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Ace and the Christmas Miracle

By Jennifer Borget, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Poorly-produced horse tale has minimal holiday tie-in.

Movie PG 2021 92 minutes
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Based on 1 parent review

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Great Movie. Don’t mind the Liberal Banter !

It’s comments like the one above is the reason Hollywood has sucked the last 20 years. Liberals have destroyed Hollywood and they completely destroyed Saved by the Bell w their liberal agenda. No one wants to watch a movie and count the race of every character. Only losers do that !! If critics want to sit on their lazy ass and judge movies maybe they should finance , produce and act in one themselves. No one cares about their opinion and in all honesty the more the liberal agenda bashes it ….. The more ratings it will get !! So keep bashing because you are only promoting it more. Sincerely, A very success Mexican

Is It Any Good?

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Kids say: Not yet rated

Amateurish production values combined with a slow story make this well-intended holiday movie a complete snooze. Though the movie poster for Ace and the Christmas Miracle features a jolly-looking horse and his festive sidekicks, the film barely mentions Christmas and the horse Ace hardly gets any screen time until halfway through the movie. Even then he's not as much of a character as you might expect from the previews, as his role is minor through the remainder of the film. It takes most of the movie for the one-dimensional characters to learn important lessons about friendship and believing in themselves, which all seems to come together halfheartedly in the last 10 minutes of the film.

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