Actor Freddie Prinze Jr. is back in a new Netflix Christmas movie, “Christmas With You.” A single father and high school music teacher, he prepares for a normal Christmas with his daughter Cristina. But a pop star in burnout is going to turn their lives upside down…
Netflix continues its Christmas films
Oh Christmas! Its snow, its hot chocolate, its plaids, its chimney fires… and its romantic comedies! Regular like the opening of Advent calendars, the program of romantic Christmas films offers year after year and with exemplary rigor its sacred recipe: good feelings, a love story for children like for adults, and ideally a song to celebrate this time of year with music. On the Netflix side, we have already been able to discover November 10, 2022 Christmas falls on time with Lindsay Lohan. This November 17, it’s the turn of Christmas With You to arrive on the platform. In the program, a singing star out of inspirationa young fan who dreams of meeting her and who lives alone with her music teacher dad, an introverted and endearing man. The synopsis of Christmas With You is simple and calibrated to gather:
Burning out, pop star Angelina flees to a small town to fulfill a young fan’s dream. She not only finds inspiration there to relaunch her career, but also a chance to find true love.
A star of Lucifer in an endearing cast
The main argument of Christmas With You is its cast that brings together the star of remember last summer and Scooby Doo Freddie Prinze Jr. and Aimee Garcia, best known for her role as Ella Lopez in the hit series Lucifer. Freddie Prinze Jr. done there his big comeback in long format. We hadn’t seen him in a leading role since. Jack and Jill vs. the World in 2008. In the role of Miguel, he is touching, attentive and tender towards his daughter Cristina (Deja Monique Cruz). Above all, he will meet Angelina (Aimee Garcia). And despite their diametrically opposed worlds and lifestyles, they have a common passion for music. And from this passion will be born another…
Sewn with white thread, Christmas With You could not be more predictable. But this telefilm with a thousand Christmas decorations applies itself to highlighting subjects capable of stirring and warm hearts : the torments of adolescent age, family ties and, of course, love. All with a nice humor and a nice musical atmosphere. We’ve seen much better, but we’ve seen worse.