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Angels Sing

Monday, December 21, 2020

Angels Sing (2019) Eli Easton (Daddy Dearest)

Angels SingJamie Bailey has been a single dad since he was eighteen.

He still managed to go to college, but stayed in his small town to help his uncle run his bookstore (after all, his uncle gave him a job when he was an eighteen-year-old single father trying to go to school).

Stanton Potter likes being a coach in the local elementary school. But he is not prepared when the first-grade teacher is placed on emergency bed-rest for the remainder of her pregnancy and he is asked to step it.

And to run the Christmas pageant.

It was a cute story, and I did love that Jamie was such a dedicated father, and that Stanton really did enjoy teaching elementary school–even if he wasn’t prepared to deal with a classroom of first graders.

She actually did a good job getting first graders down.

And guess what we get to do just before Christmas break?” The kids stared back at him cluelessly.

“Trick or treat?” Winston suggested.

“Bake cookies!” said Emma.

“No, no.” Stanton shook his head. “We put on a Christmas pageant! And your moms and dads and your families get to come and watch you. Isn’t that great?”

It was an interesting sociological experiment, because half of the little faces in his class looked excited and half looked horror-stricken.

I was a bit uncomfortable with how Jamie ended up a single father, and I didn’t quite believe Stanton’s mom. And I didn’t love how the boinking got shoehorned in even though it would have cost Stanton his job.

But it was a cute escape.

Rating: 6.5/10

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