A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby
Romance • 2019 • 1 hr 24 min
In general, the movie wasn’t that bad. But there were some scenes that made me cringe.
This was not my movie. Very basic plot that was boring and I could barely listen to in background for 10 minutes
I like it, because it is a christmas movie, and i like christmas movies
Definitely the weakest of the trilogy, but still a good annual christmas guilty pleasure.
One of my favorite Netflix Xmas franchises, despite the reverberations of labored sputtering as the trilogy inevitably runs out of steam.
Wasn’t terrible; classic Hallmark-y ending so nothing out of the ordinary for this trilogy
The first one was average for a Netflix film, but the editing and script/direction for this one was really dodgy
Ugh. I’m a person who loves Hallmark Christmas movies and this film had me rolling my eyes.
It's not trying to be something that it's not.
Worst of the trilogy. Stupid story, stupid conflict, no acting talent, and they cheated their best character (Lucy). Still warm and fuzzy.
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