Skip It Or Stream It: The Knight Before Christmas
Quinn has made it his mission to watch all the cheesy Christmas romantic comedies on Netflix so you don't have to. All with the mission to find out if they're worth your time. This week he watched The Knight Before Christmas, starring Vanessa Hudgens and some British guy dressed as a knight.
The plot of the movie: A 14th century knight, Sir Cole (i call him circle) is sent to modern times to fulfill his true quest in order to truly become a knight.
I'm dead serious, that is the plot to this movie. I'll give you 3 guesses as to what that quest is. He is transported to modern times, gets hit by Vanessa Hudgens car, and is believed to have delusions so an officer decides to bring him to the station, but Vanessa Hudgens thinks it's smarter to bring him to her house to watch over him because, and I quote: "I'm a teacher, and I can tell who the bad seeds really are."
Sir Cole obliged and literally is astounded by everything, as one would be. He charms her friends and family because he's british and is a knight and attractive and they fall in love, and that is not a spoiler because it's a romantic comedy based around Christmas, if you think they weren't going to end up together, you're as insane as most of the characters in the movie believe Cole to be.
Some side notes:
-Ladies, do not bring strange men into your home around Christmas time, they will not be charming.
-In the movie Vanessa Hudgens' neighbor is also into Cole, she's a very attractive red head. The fact that he stayed with Vanessa is how you know this is a fictional story. Everyone knows red heads are best.
-This whole movie takes place in 5 days. YOU CANT FALL IN LOVE IN 5 DAYS.
-I actually liked the name, I thought it worked very well.
All in all, it was a holiday movie, not great, not excruciating, just meh.
2 Christmas wreaths out of 5.
Here are some more Christmas movies to check out this season