With the release of a brand new Christmas movie, Netflix has once again come up with its holiday takeaways. The movie ‘Operation Christmas Drop’ officially released on November 5th was indeed an anticipated one for all the Christmas lovers and travel bugs. On a primary level, the rom com offered a visual treat to all the Netflix followers. But on the other side many demanded and branded it as nothing but a cliche whose progression was quiet predictable.
Starring The Vampire Diaries’ Kat Graham and The Hunger Games’ Alexander Ludwig, the movie buffs were thrown to the verge of anxiety when the news about the release of a the brand new holiday rom com was initially released. But was it successful in meeting their expectations? Is it worth watching?
The movie based on the ‘Operation Christmas Drop’ tradition explores the romantic relationship of Erica Miller (Kat Graham) Captain Andrew Jantz (Alexander Ludwig). The movie follows an uptight congressional aide who is forced to miss festive celebrations with her family when her boss asks her to look into closing a tropical military base. Whilst there, she grows closer to a big-hearted captain who spends his Christmas dropping presents off to remote islands and tries to make a case for keeping the military base open.
The new Christmas Rom Com of Netflix: Reviews and Responses
However, the Christmas tradition on Netflix when analysed closer,this particular movie is no different. As far as the Christmas movies on Netflix are concerned, it stands in close alliance with Hallmark Productions and cliched plot line. Some have Christmas princes, some have Kurt Russell, but almost all of Netflix’s yuletide offerings blend seamlessly into a cheer-by-numbers mass and holy romance beneath mistletoe. When it comes to “Operation Christmas Drop,” it serves as a romantic comedy that faintly distinguishes itself from its snow-sprayed genre which it replaces with enticingly balmy South Pacific scenery. The mutual amiability and romantic chemistry between Erica and Captain Andrew Jantz st in the Pacific scenery seems to be the only variance as far as the Netflix yuletide traditions are concerned.
Despite these cliches, the movie has managed itself to capture the rom com aura and Christmastide at its best!