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Beverly Hills Christmas (2015)

Beverly Hills Christmas (2015)

Ravin SpanglerDonna SpanglerBrandon Tyler RussellKirsten Lea
Brian Skiba


Beverly Hills Christmas (2015) is a English movie. Brian Skiba has directed this movie. Ravin Spangler,Donna Spangler,Brandon Tyler Russell,Kirsten Lea are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. Beverly Hills Christmas (2015) is considered one of the best Family movie in India and around the world.

With help from a guardian angel, a spoiled rich, very material teenage girl learns that true value is found in assisting others and not in material things.

Beverly Hills Christmas (2015) Reviews

  • This is about the worse Christmas film I have Seen


    BEWARE OF THE POSITIVE REVIEWS. THEY WERE WRITTEN BY PEOPLE WHO ONLY RATED THIS FILM. THIS TELLS ME THEY HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE MAKING OF THIS TERRIBLE FILM" "Beverly Hills Christmas" is TV-movie about spoiled people. There is no redeeming value to anyone and your rooting for bad things to happen to everyone because the leading woman is awful and her daughter is no better. Now with this film is truly about is that a woman just died in a car crash. She was a ball buster career woman who avoided going home like a NBA player. On the way home one night she dies in a wreck. She then meets her angel that tell her she must save her own daughter from making terrible choices. She has until 9:45 on 12/24 to do this which is about 3 days. Now why 9:45 its never clear. Now it turns out that this woman daughter is a spoiled brat that makes the mother seem nice. Well anyway you can connect the "Christmas Lights" from here. Now in a nutshell the daughter ends up working in a "Soup Kitchen" and learns life is not all about "Shopping". AS you can figure With help from a guardian angel, the spoiled rich, very material girl learns that true value is found in assisting others and not in material things. The message is good the execution is not. There is nothing good (Or original) about this film. The screenplay is "by the numbers"awful and the acting is worse than an amateur dinner theater in Boise. I have seen close to 200 "Christmas"Television-Movies". This is the worse one!

  • Christmas dud.


    I have been a member of IMDb for 13 years, and this is the first time I've written a review. That's how dreadful this film was to watch! People must be warned... Even for a made-for-TV Christmas movie, the plot is markedly formulaic. The moral message feels forced, and the pace and timescale are incohesive. The dialogue is flat, and the dramatic elements are predictable and poorly executed. The sets and locations are reasonable, but the special effects are hilarious. Lots of fans, slow-motion and fake electrical discharges that wouldn't look out of place in a low-budget 1980s sci-fi flick. The characters are trite, and the lead Donna Spangler is wooden to the point of unintentional comedy. Her stilted delivery made me cringe, and as with the rest of the movie, I kept waiting for the punchline that never came. Dean Cain has demonstrated his acting chops in other roles, but in this one he is background noise in bad sunglasses. I second another review that says he did provide the only laugh-aloud moment in the whole film, but even that was unintentional. The young secondary lead Ravin Spangler is reasonable yet unremarkable as a spoiled rich girl turned good. Mara Rydell as the maid Lucille had potential, but was not utilised effectively. There are several other supporting characters in the film who appear to be there as furniture. They have few lines, wander about in the background of scenes where no background characters are necessary, and they contribute nothing to the plot. The one dim bright spot in the whole festive failure is Brandon Tyler Russell, who plays his character 'Jerry' in a manner that evokes genuine sympathy. Jerry is essentially the only character who is given any depth, warmth or likability. On a final note, the movie doesn't have much of a Christmas setting or feel to it. Aside from a few decorations and a brief Christmas party, the plot could have taken place at any time of year. Overall, I'd say give this movie a miss. There are plenty of made-for-TV Christmas movies that get it right. This is not one of them.

  • You mean it's not a comedy?


    I was only able to see the last half of this film school reject. The only good thing about it was that it made me laugh out loud during the big climactic moment. "Cool!" Angel Gabriel sporting aviator shades? Not a good look, but it turns out they were necessary for the "big scene." Shooting the reflection in his shades for the "big scene" was pure artistic genius. I guess there weren't any puddles around. The standards for these made-for-TV Christmas movies are minimal, but this one really lowers the bar. Directing, production, and writing are gimmicky and formulaic. How hard is it to make one of these things anyway? I had to look this movie up to see if it was supposed to be a comedy, or perhaps has a cult following in the awful movies category.

  • Awful movie


    I give holiday movies a lot of leeway. But this one was irredeemable. The woman who produced, starred, directed, employed her family, and flushed the toilets afterward was nipped/tucked/puffed within an inch of her life. Her daughter was cast as a queen bee mean girl but really, just so homely and stiff it was embarrassing. And Dean Cain - c'mon. Stop with the Christmas movies or at least lose weight and shave. He looked like he just got off a 2-week bender.

  • I could only handle 10 minutes


    Horrendous excuse for acting. Sound off so bad it's like it's a dubbed foreign film. I was so annoyed I didn't make it past dean Cain mouthing to the blonde bimbo that she can't touch alive people. Horrendous.

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