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Justin G. Dyck
After a sorceress transports medieval knight Sir Cole (Josh Whitehouse) to present-day Ohio during the holiday season, he befriends Brooke (Vanessa Hudgens), a clever and kind science teacher who's been disillusioned by love. Brooke helps Sir Cole navigate the modern world and tries to help him discover how to fulfill his mysterious one true quest - the only act that will return him home. But as he and Brooke grow closer, Sir Cole begins to wonder just how much he wants to return to his old life.Written by
When decorating the Christmas tree, Madison mentions that her parent got the acorn ornament while on a trip to Aldovia. This is a reference to "The Christmas Prince" trilogy, another Netflix Christmas movie. See more »
When Sir Cole is first transported to modern day, a group of young women circle him in order to take a selfie. When the selfie is viewed on the phone, the girls are in a different order. When the view returns to the group, they are still in the original arrangement, not the one seen on the phone. See more »
Hey, buddy. Can you maybe, uh, stop calling my wife an "Old Crone?" You look a little lost.
Indeed. I fear I'm no closer to becoming a true knight than I was before the crone sent me here.
A wise woman that presents herself in various disguises to test the hearts of knights.
You must be one of those method actors. You really get into your roles, huh?
A knight is always pure of heart. Alas, I fear I'm no close to achieving my quest than I was the moment I got here.
I like to say that it's...
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I adore rom-com Christmas movies. I have watched her previous and amazing Netflix movie 'The princess switch' multiple times and love this actress. All the actors were really sweet and did their parts, but it felt mechanical. I also was no fan of the plot and the lack of depth in dealing with going from one era to the next. That must be seriously confusing, but there was no room in the story for any depth in to dealing with this matter.
The movie felt superficial, robotical and incredibly staged. Even the special hair and make up was not really professionally done. I don't want to rant, but was really disappointed after watching it.
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