Movie review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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age 8+

Cute romantic comedy is full of holiday spirit.

NR 2007 90 minutes

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age 2+

Is this a joke?

This is the story of a biracial, 20-something woman from a close-knit, multiracial family. Sounds good, right? Turns out her fantasy-world, inside a snow globe, is full of milquetoast white folks and the main character is looking for a boyfriend, and her mom is looking to find her a boyfriend. The main character appears in a négligée to sconfront the man her mom has selected for her. There are no children and no music in this movie--just stupid stereotypes. The only thing good about this move is the lack of religious references, and maybe the opportunity it raises to talk about racism, sexism, and stereotypes. . I love commonsense media, but they need another category of offensiveness--cultural/racial/sexist stereotypes.
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