Fans already can't get enough of Lindsay Lohan's new festive Netflix film
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Lindsay Lohan's festive flick Falling For Christmas is officially out on Netflix and the reviews are stellar - our girl is back!
The film, starring Glee's Chord Overstreet alongside Lindsay, tells the story of a newly engaged, spoiled hotel heiress who gets into a skiing accident and suffers from total amnesia, with no recollection of her lavish lifestyle.
When she finds herself in the care of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner and his precocious daughter in the days leading up to Christmas, this heiress might just end up changing her tune.
After it first hit Netflix, Falling For Christmas debuted with a score of 80 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, with an audience score of 83 percent - pretty good for a comeback, eh?
In the following days, after enough Scrooges found the time to flick through the film, the Rotten Tomatoes score did dip to a less impressive 50 percent - but it still has a very respectable audience rating of 76 percent.
And if you're still not convinced, all you need to do is take a quick scroll through Twitter and read a few of the thousands of jolly reviews.
"#FallingForChristmas was just as ridiculous and delightful as I hoped it would be. So happy to see Lindsay Lohan on my screen again", one delighted viewer tweeted.
A second raved: "Falling For Christmas is a goddamn delight and everything you want from a silly holiday rom-com: over the top camp characters, ridiculous physical comedy, sweet corny romantic moments, a gay awakening with a mountain man named Ralph. It’s so much fun! Lindsay Lohan is back, baby!"
"I love me a good romance Christmas movie. This movie gave me everything I wanted and more", wrote another happy customer.
"It's not a top tier romcom and rather imperfect but it was (STILL) charming, fun, and delight," commented a fourth.
"Above everything, I personally love to see Lindsay Lohan making her comeback and would love to see more of her in the future."
If you're looking for the kind of film that's so sickly sweet it'll make you never want to look at a candy cane again, it sounds like this might be the perfect watch.
Falling For Christmas is available to stream now on Netflix.