Christmas Cupid

DVD Release: December 14, 2010
Christmas Cupid


“Christmas Cupid” is about Hollywood publicist Sloane (Christina Milian), who is taken on a trip to see her ex-boyfriends by the ghost of recently-deceased client Caitlin (Ashley Benson). Caitlin hopes that this journey down memory lane will help Sloane find true love in time for Christmas, which is just around the corner.

Dove Review

“Christmas Cupid” is a modern version of the classic “A Christmas Carol,” only this time the same ghost takes Sloane on visits to Christmases past, present, and future in the guise of her ex-boyfriends.

Sloane is a busy young woman in the publicity business. She does not have time for family or friends. But when her celebrity client becomes a ghost and wants Sloane to stop making mistakes in her life, the reality of Christmas past, present and future shows her the way.

We all have seen this familiar story told in many ways. It can be funny or serious and there is always an interesting twist, but no matter how the story is told the end is always the same: changes are made. Unfortunately, due to content that puts this outside the Dove guidelines, we cannot give our seal of approval.

Content Description

Sex: Young woman dancing sexually with teddy bear; unmarried couple live together and are shown laying in bed; woman is sleeping with boss; comments about being a sl.t; married man tells wife he is working when he is really with another woman.
Language: OMG/OG-15; H-4; D-2; holy crap-1; bitch-a-tude-1; screw you/him-2;kick as--1; Frickin-1; party poopers.
Violence: Comment regarding woman shoplifting; woman chokes to death.
Drugs: Many scenes of people drinking at clubs, parties; woman drunk dancing on table; main character with martini in hand all the time; comments about drug smuggling.
Nudity: Many scenes with women showing cleavage, wearing short dresses; woman showing bare back; woman drinking in her bra, changing clothes.
Other: Woman parks in handicapped spot and pretends to limp; woman with attitudes against others; rude comment regarding Jesus' birth.


Company: Cinedigm
Director: Gil Junger
Producer: Craig McNeil
Genre: Comedy
Runtime: 85 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe