'Tis the Season for Evelyn Wright, literally, she is a party planner in NYC. At the last minute Eve finds out that one of her agency's top clients is throwing a HUGE Christmas event, in LA,... See full summary »

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Peter Sullivan

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Jeffrey Schenck (story), Peter Sullivan (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Haylie Duff ... Eve Wright
Chris Carmack ... Aidan Green
Connie Sellecca ... Elizabeth Cole
Patrick Muldoon ... Tino Accosta
Stephen Colletti ... Darren
Bianca Lawson ... Lila
Gib Gerard ... Matt Hamilton
Mark Lindsay Chapman ... Gavin Jones
Diana DeGarmo ... Diana DeGarmo
Ace Young ... Ace Young
Chelsea Rae Bernier ... Tiffany
Margot Rose ... Ellen Wright
Tim Haldeman ... Wesley Wright
Nicky Endres ... Drag Queen #1 (as Nick Endres)
Ralph Cole Jr. ... Drag Queen #2
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'Tis the Season for Evelyn Wright, literally, she is a party planner in NYC. At the last minute Eve finds out that one of her agency's top clients is throwing a HUGE Christmas event, in LA, on Christmas Eve. Eve must decide whether to take on the event or risk her career to go on a romantic vacation with her boyfriend Darren. Unbeknownst to Eve, her future all depends on whether or not she makes a plane. We see it both ways, in parallel. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for some sexual content | See all certifications »
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Lesser Sliding Doors
2 January 2018 | by Jackbv123See all my reviews

As many people have mentioned this movie is parallel to the movie Sliding Doors especially in the beginning where Fired Eve (FE) catches her boyfriend in her own bed with another girl. This movie just isn't done as well as the original, although it does have a totally different twist on the ending. In that I like this one better.

Hillary Duff is OK, but not great. Likewise Chris Carmack. They do connect. Gib Gerard is terrible and so is his second girlfriend. Diana DeGarmo does a powerful rendition of O Holy Night.

The story has potential even to the extent that it is different from the original. LA Eve's story progresses pretty well except for Matt the original boyfriend . Who calls the girlfriend he is cheating on while he is right next to the one he is cheating with? And several times.

But I also had a problem with FE's story. For one thing, she doesn't start picking herself up until 3/4 of the movie is gone. Until then she does a lot of whining and not much else. It seems like a lot of wasted screen time that could have been put to better use.

Connie Sellecca is the boss we love to hate.

BTW there are at least two incidents of blatant sexual harassment that appear to be accepted without complaint.


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9 December 2012 (USA) See more »

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