Twice Upon a Christmas (2001) Rated TV-G

Santa’s firstborn daughter starts selling items from the North Pole to ruin Christmas, but her younger sister comes home with her kids to save the holiday. Starring John Dye, Kathy Ireland, and Mary Donnelly-Haskell.

This is not the best seasonal film; although, it is slightly better than the first film in the series. The key word is slight. The story is interesting – even though it isn’t the most comprehendible. Kristin, the younger daughter of Santa, doesn’t remember who she is, but she lives with the Morgan family. The acting is a little bit better than it was in the first film, but it still lacks in warmth. Maybe the film struggles in the wake of the world of Hallmark Christmas films. It’s definitely not an adult romance Christmas film, it’s more geared toward children. It’s a clean family film, but it’s too poorly written and acted to make it enjoyable to watch. This film is not worth a watch.

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