A Carol Christmas (2003) Rated TV-G

A talk show host is set to make sure the festive season is destroyed. Starring Tori Spelling, Dinah Manoff, and William Shatner.

This film is another take-off of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Here, we have the female version of Scrooge, who doesn’t want anything to do with the Christmas Season. This version also has a star-studded cast, but it just doesn’t bring the charm that is Dickens. The film brings so much humor to the story that you lose touch with the actual meaning of it. There’s a real loss to this movie – the lack of realism in Tori Spelling’s character. By the end of the film, you don’t care about her or the journey she goes on. This film is not worth a watch.

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