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The Twelve Days of Christmas Eve
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The Twelve Days of Christmas Eve 2004

description written by member Ben:

A combination of A Christmas Carol with the plot device made famous in Groundhog Day, which has the main character reliving a day so many times until he or she becomes a better person.

Release Date:December 7th, 2004
Running Time:85 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsMartha Coolidge
Written By:
No image existsJean Abounader
No image existsJ.B. White
Steven WeberSteven Weber
No image existsStefanie von Pfetten
No image existsTeryl Rothery
No image existsVincent Gale
No image existsPatricia Velasquez
Molly ShannonMolly Shannon
Olivia ChengOlivia Cheng
No image existsMark Krysko
No image existsKade Phillips
No image existsKate Ryan
No image existsJared Scheideman
No image existsJordan Scheideman
No image existsPamela Parker
No image existsSonia Donaldson
No image existsChad Willett
No image existsCross Dodocicz
No image existsBen Wheelwright

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The Twelve Days of Christmas Eve Movie Review by Movie Addict (12/21/2007)

Steven Weber (Sexual Life) just doesn't get it. He is condemned to repeat Christmas Eve over and over until he does.

Bill Murray did that in Groundhog Day and did it in a fashion that would make every imitation, including this one, pale in comparison.

It was a nice try by Director Martha Coolidge (Material Girls), but...

(complete The Twelve Days of Christmas Eve review by Movie Addict)

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