After having watched a few humdingers this Christmas in the straight to video stakes, this one was OK (just OK, mind).
After settling down with my mince pie and almost persuading my husband to join me (I told him that the cheerleader from "Heroes" stars in it, which got him half way to the couch until he found out she's 8 in it and made a hasty retreat) I actually managed to get to the end and heave a tiny satisfactory sigh. Brilliant is certainly isn't but it did warm the cockles for an hour or two.
Susan is a 40-something, divorced, bitter workaholic who hates Christmas and just as she's been cast out of her brothers house for telling her 8 year old neice that Santa isn't real, she slips and bangs her head. When she gets back to her appartment she meets her 8 year old self (Cheerleader from Heroes - who is very overly dramatic and stage-school brat in this, by the way) who wants to do all the stuff they used to do like go ice-skating and to the opera. Of course, grumpy Susan thinks she's going mad and is having none of it. To cut a long story short, Susan discovers that being a scrooge isn't such a good life afterall and even manages to fall in love.
It's cheesey, not the best acting in the world or the best plot, but it put a smile on my face and made me feel a bit Christmassy so it can't be all bad.