1000 Miles From Christmas Quiz – Which Character Are You?

<span class="author-by">by</span> Samantha <span class="author-surname">Stratton</span>

by Samantha Stratton

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Raul is one of those obnoxious jerks you wouldn’t want to be within 5 meters of, especially over the holidays. The good news is that they probably won’t want to get close to you either. He is insufferably irritating and goes out of his way to spoil nice things for everyone around him. I mean, I understand if you don’t want to celebrate Christmas, but why ruin it for everyone else? Because they are miserable, spoiled, and obnoxious people who can’t get their heads out of their own way to see the wider picture. But I’m digressing.

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People around him, on the other hand, are ecstatic about everything in life. Too preoccupied with Christmas, too preoccupied with their own children… you get the idea. It’s as if most of these folks were designed with extremes in mind. There’s Raul, who despises happiness, and everyone else, whose joy knows no bounds. Paula, a schoolteacher with an unusual dream, appears to be the only individual who appears to be somewhere in the middle of the two extremes range. Also, you must try to play this 1000 Miles From Christmas Quiz.

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In any case, 1000 Miles From Christmas conveys mixed emotions regarding the festive season. Raul and Paul’s exchanges are highly irritating, and after a while, you just feel second-hand shame for Raul’s excessive Christmas outbursts to children. For those who are curious, we do get to see why Raul despises Christmas so much, but truly, harboring such hatred for a holiday signals deeper issues that need to be addressed.

Raul, like every other movie and piece of media out there, changes his viewpoint for manic pixie girl Paula in 1000 Miles From Christmas. She’s the type of person who does it all – she’s a teacher, karate instructor, singing instructor, and seasonal Nativity scene maker, among other things. She’s always up to something, and she’s also making a difference in Raul’s life. Now, I am completely in favor of your partners bringing out the best in you. However, the force of Paula’s enthusiasm cannot solve Raul’s issues. At the very least, she does not devote her life to resolving his problems.

The plot of 1000 Miles From Christmas is predictable, and you know what’s going to happen from the outset. After the first discomfort, the film is enjoyable in some areas and funny in others. Raul’s redeemable characteristics emerge after he stops being such an awful jerk, making this almost delightful. It demonstrates how a person may transform when they are surrounded by friendly people and receive good vibrations.

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Tamar Novas excels as Raul, the obnoxious Grinch who has a change of heart. You will be furious with him at first, but as Raul gets duped by others around him, sympathy will gradually sneak into your outlook.

What 1000 Miles From Christmas excelled at was capturing the elements that constitute the season itself. The generosity, the heightened sensation of excitement that surrounds entire towns, and the sense of unity were all beautifully conveyed, and I believe this is why it worked so much better than I expected. It truly understands Christmas and what it means to so many people, but it also emphasizes many of the reasons why the holiday season may be difficult for people through Raal. What was great about this was that it didn’t focus on these themes or make them stand out so much in terms of tone from the rest of the film. It almost stated them as facts and then moved on, which was excellent because it didn’t drag 1000 Miles From Christmas into an unsuitable area.

Overall, I think it’s safe to say that 1000 Miles From Christmas pleasantly surprised me, and I’d like to think that a few other people will be as well. It’s hardly groundbreaking, and you’d be hard-pressed to argue it goes where no Christmas film has gone before, but it’s as warm and inviting as a mug of mulled wine in your living room on Christmas Eve, so even if all it does is keep you company as you wrap your last few presents, it’s worth seeing.

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