Vanessa Hudgens’ cheesy Netflix film ‘The Knight Before Christmas’ drops TOMORROW
It’s going to be so tragic I love it
It's nearly Christmas and you know what that means – terrible Netflix romance films starring the one and only Vanessa Hudgens, which are so bad they're good. Netflix will be dropping 'The Knight Before Christmas' tomorrow and it will be available worldwide.
What is The Knight Before Christmas about?
The film description on Netflix reads: "Medieval magic sends a 14th-century knight to modern-day Ohio where he falls for a high school science teacher who's disillusioned by love."
The trailer shows Brooke (Vanessa Hudgens) running over a medieval knight called Sir Cole Christopher Frederick Lyons of Norwich (Josh Whitehouse) in a snowy Ohio street. After the small accident, she takes him to the hospital and people think he has amnesia after the accident.
She helps him get an entire new wardrobe and teaches him how to become more modern and less "medieval", so that he could adjust to his immediate surroundings. He saves some children who are in trouble, becoming the hero of the film.
But shock horror, he wants to go back "home" which is essentially time travelling through seven centuries and back to medieval England. And then we're left wondering if he will go or stay with the star of the film. They're obviously in love.
The medieval knight has a British accent and after hearing Vanessa Hudgens' British accent in The Princess Switch, you'll be glad to know she doesn't attempt one in this film.
What have people's reactions been to The Knight Before Christmas so far?
People are SO excited for it. One Twitter user wrote: "I just saw the trailer for The Knight Before Christmas and it's a totally stupid movie, full of all these damn cliches and you bet your ass I'll definitely be out here watching it."
Another person said: "The Knight Before Christmas looks so cheesy but am I gonna watch it ? You fucking bet I will."
If Vanessa Hudgens' last Christmas film "The Princes Switch" is anything to go by, this film will be a Netflix fan favourite. It's cheesy, it's Christmassy, it involves royalty and it has some very unrealistic dilemmas. It's the perfect recipe for a wholesome time.