Cupid's Pulse Article: Movie Review: Last ChristmasCupid's Pulse Article: Movie Review: Last Christmas

By Ahjané Forbes

Last Christmas is a movie that sets the mood for the upcoming holiday. The film takes place in London and is directed by Paul Feig, who is known for his work on Bridesmaids and Someone Great. The female lead Kate, played by Emilia Clarke, has been having a streak of ongoing bad luck. After coming out of the hospital, she finds a job singing and working as an elf in a year-round Christmas store. When Kate meets Tom, played by Henry Golding, he impacts her life in a very special way by turning her misfortune into a positive experience. Eventually the two of them starting dating, and Tom shows Kate that even damsels in distress can find love, too. 

Last Christmas is a modern-day feel-good movie that makes you feel love for the holidays! Check out our movie review.

Should you see it: If you are a fan of a rom-com with a little sprinkle of reality then this the the movie for you!

Who to take: Take someone that you are comfortable sharing your feelings around. A few close friends or your partner would be a good date choice for this movie.

Cupid’s Advice: 

Last Christmas represents the heartfelt relationship between Kate and Tom and shows us that love can happen when you least expect it. Cupid has some relationship advice for those singles looking for love this holiday season:

1. Search for a person that you are attracted to: It’s not all about looks! Attraction can be based on intellect and how a person makes you feel emotionally. Sometimes love comes in a way you may never anticipate.

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2. Adds value to your life: Find someone who feels good to be around and who goes the extra mile to make you feel special. A good partner will push you to be a better person and support you in both the good and bad times.

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3. Create your own ending:  Not everyone’s love story is the same. The way you plan to tell your story is completely up to you.

Are you going to see Last Christmas? Let us know in the comments below!