Holiday in Handcuffs
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  • While I like the concept behind this movie (a waitress kidnaps a customer and pretends he's her boyfriend at her family Christmas gathering), I do think the story used a few too many cliches throughout
  • Still, I would definitely recommend this one

    • by Steve
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      ABC Family’s holiday movie, Holiday in Handcuffs can be summarized in three words; cute but predictable.

      While I like the concept behind this movie (a waitress kidnaps a customer and pretends he’s her boyfriend at her family Christmas gathering), I do think the story used a few too many cliches throughout.

      From


      the time she kidnaps her victim, you just knew they would eventually end up together. And, the movie even went as far as to have them reluctantly kiss under the mistletoe; only to discover they enjoyed it, as though that hasn’t been done before.

      But, despite that, it wasn’t a horrible ...


      • movie. It has just enough twists in it to keep it entertaining and somewhat different than the other Christmas movies you might come across at the video store or on television. And, it’s one that your whole family will enjoy; though I would caution against letting young kids view it
        since there are quite a few sexual references in it ranging from her parents thinking she is a lesbian to bondage. I actually found it a bit hard to believe this movie was on a “family” channel.

        Still, I would definitely recommend this one. Just don’t expect to be surprised by the ending.




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