The Ending To "The Holiday" Is Actually Pretty Depressing

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These relationships are doomed.

It’s mid-September, which means that it’s practically Halloween, which means Christmas is nearly here, which means it’s time to talk about The Holiday.

It's mid-September, which means that it's practically Halloween, which means Christmas is nearly here, which means it's time to talk about The Holiday.

But, I mean, it’s never too early to talk about The Holiday, so I don’t know why I’m justifying myself so much.

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In case you are somehow unaware, The Holiday is a delightful-yet-fairly-typical Nancy Meyers movie: Two very pretty white women (played by Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet) from opposite sides of the world decide to swap their charming, picturesque houses over the Christmas holiday (hence the title).

In case you are somehow unaware, The Holiday is a delightful-yet-fairly-typical Nancy Meyers movie: Two very pretty white women (played by Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet) from opposite sides of the world decide to swap their charming, picturesque houses over the Christmas holiday (hence the title).

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And despite all of their different backgrounds and experiences and living situations, all four of them come together at the end to celebrate New Year’s in England.

And despite all of their different backgrounds and experiences and living situations, all four of them come together at the end to celebrate New Year's in England.

(Oh, and Kate Winslet and Jude Law are siblings, which is why everyone ends up as friends.)

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