Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that A Christmas Kiss is an innocent fairy-tale romance set in modern-day Boston. Originally aired on cable TV in 2011, it's a story that relies on wonderful coincidences, romantic kisses, and traditional male-female roles, despite the fact that the two women in this love triangle are accomplished professionals. One scene shows a woman accidentally hit on the nose, falling, then shrieking, her face bloody. A few coarse expressions ("bitch boss," "ass," "grab his nuts," "crap") give the movie some edge, but otherwise the movie is family-friendly, especially for kids who like their love stories simple, sweet, and with happy endings.
Kissing. Brief close shots of a woman receiving a professional massage.
A woman is accidentally injured, breaks her nose, bleeds. An elevator breaks, frightening the occupants.
Occasional coarse language: "bitch," "crap," "grab his nuts," "ass," "pissed."
Promotes standing up for oneself. Shows importance of good friends and their support.
Beantowne Coffee, the Burren (a pub in Cambridge, Mass.), Whiskey Park.
Drugs / Tobacco /
Beer and wine in social scenes; no drunkenness.