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Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding

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Lifetime’s first-ever Christmas sequel to last year’s hit movie, Merry Liddle Christmas, Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding once again follows Jacquie Liddle (Kelly Rowland), as she and Tyler try to plan their perfect destination Christmas wedding. Naturally, Jacquie’s plans go awry when her boisterous family intervenes in her planning and her snooty wedding planner quits in protest. While nothing goes as initially planned, Jacquie and Tyler get a Christmas wedding more memorable than they could have ever dreamed.

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Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding GoMovies Review

Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding is not just a movie, it is life as it is, without embellishment, perfectly revealed the harsh, sometimes funny, but most importantly, real reality.

The movie is very good for 2020, a special respect for the defiant cast, demonstrating a very believable relationship, without a drop of pretense.

I don`t understand whether Romance has outlived its usefulness, or whether the writers have forgotten how to write interesting ornate stories, this movie reminded me of a bunch of others, the director did not introduce anything fundamentally new.

In this movie, the concepts of `good` and `evil` are well intertwined, 80 minutes fly by unnoticed, but after watching, there is a feeling of some kind of understatement.

To my surprise, managed to very succinctly and gracefully tell a seemingly ordinary story, in which each character deserves special attention.

The characters are interesting and not stereotyped, but the Adil Zaidi, Bresha Webb, Debbi Morgan, Jaime M. Callica, Kelly Rowland, Latonya Williams, Nathan Witte, Thomas Cadrot, who brought them to life, pumped up a little, because they did not always play their roles reliably, apparently, they could not fully feel their heroes.