A Christmas Kiss II (2014)

A Christmas Kiss II (2014)

Elisabeth HarnoisAdam MayfieldJonathan BennettLola Glaudini
Kevin Connor


A Christmas Kiss II (2014) is a English movie. Kevin Connor has directed this movie. Elisabeth Harnois,Adam Mayfield,Jonathan Bennett,Lola Glaudini are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. A Christmas Kiss II (2014) is considered one of the best Comedy,Romance movie in India and around the world.

At a Christmastime event, Jenna shares an impromptu, unforgettable kiss with the dashing billionaire, Cooper Montgomery. Unaware of his intentions and fearful of getting hurt in another relationship, Jenna vows to resist his charms, but begins to realize his affection is real as the two spend more time together.

A Christmas Kiss II (2014) Reviews

  • bland remake of a 2011 Christmas movie


    The earlier Christmas Kiss had successful theme, plot, Christmastime philosophy, casting and generally worked. This remake follows the plot but not the theme as the rich are not focused and realistic while the ordinary folk are not enticing in their fictitious characters. This film is primarily for those seeking more and more choices of seasonal movies on the Christmas theme but in no way one of the better ones other and Elisabeth Roehm shining in both in a secondary not the heroine role.

  • Better than "A Christmas Kiss"


    This sequel to "A Christmas Kiss I" is great! In "A Christmas Kiss II," the female protagonist, Jenna, played by Elizabeth Harnois, is a budding designer who is assistant to Mia, the owner of a fashion magazine. In arranging a photo shoot, she has to get decked out in "Mrs. Claus" outfit, along with gaudy jewelry when the model doesn't show up. Meanwhile, Mia's playboy brother, Cooper, shows up along with his bimbo. He wants to celebrate Christmas with his sister Mia. Jenna meets Cooper on the elevator, where she has a feisty conversation with Mr.Playboy, before the elevator gets stuck. As in the first movie, A Christmas Kiss, they appear to be under the mistletoe and are irresistibly drawn to each other and have an amazing kiss. Mia is unhappy that her brother, who is a partner in the company, has come around to bother her, so Jenna suggests that Mia give him a job to do. Naturally Mia assigns "handling Cooper" to Jenna. And so it goes....There is the friend next door to Jenna, the bad parent, the jealous bimbo that messes with the budding relationship, and finally the satisfying conclusion. This sequel is better than "A Christmas Kiss"- Elizabeth Harnois, as Jenna, is older and more seasoned than the girl in Kiss I. Much more of a reasonable match with the guy. In Kiss I, the girl is Way too Young for Brendon Fehr! And I just can't get past Brenden Fehr's hair. I didn't care for the jewelry though! WAY too over the top and huge!!

  • No magic like the original.


    Meh. I am not a fan of the cheesy, predictable TV Christmas movies but the original however, was well-made, had a rich look production wise and was more than adequately acted. Its' predictability was easily forgiven because the journey to the inevitable end was so charming. This one barely makes it to acceptable. The acting by most is not good. Some is quite bad like the tarty girlfriend and Dad while others do well, ahem - Jonathon Bennett (Sebastian) and Elisabeth Rohm. The boss lady was alright, too. The love interest man (Cooper) carries a dopey smile throughout the whole film and isn't nearly slick enough to be a worldly, charming Lothario. The make-up level for the actors was also set to soap opera level. Overall, it's one to skip.

  • Elevator Kiss 10 Stars


    What a great elevator scene. One of the best ever. And one of the most believable proposals... you rule dude ! WOW

  • Decent for a cheesy Christmas movie


    Knowing beforehand it was a cheesy Christmas movie, it was pretty decent. Few good actors, some bad ones, and pretty predictable storyline. But it was overall pretty cute. HOWEVER (SPOILERS!!!), the ending was a little proportionally weird to the timeline for the movie. I mean they met for MAYBE at the most a month or so, not even fully together as a couple, and he proposes?! Definitely seemed random for the movie ending, and to be honest, the more I think about the timeline of the couple in the movie getting married the more worked up I am about it. Overall, the movie wasn't a complete was of time. That ending though...


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