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  • Vicky Simpkins

    The Holiday, lovely film and the only one in which I think Jude Law is quite nice.

  • Jacqueline Bray Miller

    The Holiday. Another great movie to watch at Christmas time!

  • Vanessa Ramos

    the holiday - probably one of my favorite movies.. hello, jude law..

  • Aubrey Byers

    Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law and Jack Black...seriously one of my favorite holiday movies to watch!

  • patty

    Unabashedly cheesy Christmas movie: The Holiday :) Love the soundtrack and Kate Winslet's beautiful cottage...

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