Belongs in a stable
believe each of their children is set to become the next Dakota Fanning.
This is a truly terrible film. The press notes suggest that some improvisation was involved. But rather than injecting a degree of naturalism into the piece, these efforts have merely caused the picture to look even more decrepit and inadequately developed.
Still, the awful one-liners, contrived misunderstandings and jarring reversals appear bearable when set beside the endless musical performance that closes the project. The longer it goes on, the more appallingly clear it becomes that the film-makers actually think their nativity play is worth watching.
Coventry survived the Luftwaffe, and it will survive this. But you wouldn’t wish it on your most wretched enemy.
Charmed, I’m sure