Girlfriends of Christmas Past (2016) is a English movie. Jake Helgren has directed this movie. Tammin Sursok,Brent Bailey,Lindsey McKeon,Abigail Klein are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Girlfriends of Christmas Past (2016) is considered one of the best Comedy,Romance movie in India and around the world.
When three hilarious, strong-willed women join forces to seek the ultimate revenge on their cheating ex at his upcoming holiday retreat, lovestruck event planner Livvy meets Carter, the charming colleague organizing it all, leaving Livvy to question if she can leave off their revenge scheme long enough to finally forgive her ex and let a real holiday romance blossom.
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I'm not a fan of revenge themes in either comedy or romance. I sort of agree with the reviewer who said you need to look at this as comedy not romance, although there is a side of romance. Just don't take the movie too seriously. The trouble is that it's hard to reconcile the two given that it's not just comedy, but silly exaggerated comedy and then the romance has serious moments. So really you have to look at the two parts differently. There are some funny, and mean revenge plots.
Early in the movie my wife and I were aghast at the actions of the three women who had been burned by the same guy and briefly wondered why the lead woman refused to take her partner Ty's advice to forget and move on. Then it became clear. This was strictly a comedy. We couldn't take seriously what any of the three exes did or said. From that point on, we found the movie actually pretty funny; perhaps not as funny as a Marx Brothers movie, or the three stooges, but definitely funny, right down to a little slapstick. Everyone around the girls plays it straight, but just like the Marx brothers, they play it all for laughs. This is actually very good escapist fare, all things considered. But don't compare it to the RomComs like Hallmark and others turn out. I think it succeeds quite well as a comedy so we rated it accordingly.
Disney meets Hallmark. Really soft and almost unbearably sweet.
Three women scorned set out to get revenge on their ex. They perceived he cheated on them and want to ruin his current relationship and save his latest flame. Whether or not he cheated is a running theme of the movie. The movie goes for low laughs when it could have gone high. All in all not worth the space on the shelf. This one should have not gotten the green light.