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Nov 29
2

Yeah wild reading the director thought it came across that at her core Harper is a good person cause she did make the right choice in the end. Yeah that right choice came after all that emotional torture and pain her partner went through and established in the film that its a pattern since she was young. Getting outed Read more

Nov 29
3

Dick Cheney had a lesbian daughter and managed to have a wholeass political career; I’m not sure why this movie was convinced in 2020 that it would be political suicide. And weirdly, for someone running for mayor, they didn’t go into his politics at all. That maybe could have helped explain the family dynamics but Read more

Nov 29
4

Enjoyed it, but Harper was not worthy of Abby. Even before coaxing her into being silent about their queerness and relationship, she was a liar and self-centered. Read more

Nov 29
5

My 14 year-0ld daughter was dating a trans boy who was not out to his parents earlier this year, and we had to have a VERY long sit-down with our 7 year-old daughter about how this was an isolated situation where lying was okay, because outing someone is a terrible thing to do (her sister told her what was going on, Read more

Nov 29
1

Yeah honestly the only redeeming thing about Harper is knowing that if she had been more honest she would have to deal with someone like Sloan, who publicly outed her at a party. No wonder she was buried so deeply in the closet.

Nov 28
3

It was fine. You can’t have a holiday rom-com without a happy ending. It’s in the Constitution somewhere. That being said, if some ain’t writing a script for Stewart and Plaza...well...I just don’t know what.

Nov 28
3

I love the ice skating scene so much, I think Kristen Stewart was genuinely laughing at Jane.

Nov 28
4

There was a really awkward bit of dialogue where Harper’s parents talk about Aubrey Plaza’s “Lifestyle choice”, but besides that there’s no hint that her parents could be overtly homophobic which really didn’t do Harper’s character any favors

Nov 28
3

I never, ever watch holiday rom-coms. I watched this on Thanksgiving night and got misty at the fact that this movie finally happened. I agree with everything this review had to say. Loved it.

Nov 28
4

this movie was cute as hell but yeah i’m with the abby and riley shippers

Nov 27
3

Watching Happiest Season and Duvall’s other movie The Intervention close together has convinced me that she’s totally blind to toxic relationships. I spent the whole movie screaming at KStew to get the fuck out of that house! Harper needs a therapist and a friend not a wife. The Abby and Riley scenes had more Read more

Nov 27
5

Of course Kristen Stewart had smoking hot chemistry with Aubrey Plaza. She’s Aubrey Plaza. I liked though how while the viewers including me wanted them to get together, Stewart was too in love with Mackenzie Davis and hurt by what was going on in their relationship to really be in the right head or emotional place to Read more

Nov 27
4

I never stopped being mad at Mackenzie Davis’s character, I was rooting for Aubrey Plaza to get with Kristen Stewart.
The family and how they acted though, wow, talk about memories.

Nov 27
4

I hoped they would breakup at the end. But rom-coms need the happily ever after, and if the Omegaverse lawsuits are any indication, deviating from HEA ending can be used against you in a court of law. Read more

Nov 27
14

Yes to Sloane’s husband. Him hooking up with that other woman was the most unrealistic part of the whole thing, IMO. He was such a cool character and the other woman—wasn’t.

Also, I kinda wanted Harper to realize she and Connor were truly perfect for each other (although Connor is just a bro, Harper is a dick) so Abby Read more

Nov 27
5

The single greatest moment in the movie was John asking “Do you pump?” to Harper’s ex. I would rewatch the movie just to relive that line. Overall, an enjoyable movie, though. Yes Harper was at times MONSTROUS (my gosh, that Riley story), but it felt kind of true to life? People can be the worst but we still find a Read more