The product placement of 'A Christmas Prince' was so brazen and unashamed that I kind if admire it.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Soderbergh does an impressive job of keeping two massive themes alive for so long in this film. However, this is an ambitious task, and eventually this film collapses under that ambition in a weak finale where the film's two great themes dilute one another.
First, we have the theme of mental health and its treatment under tha American healthcare system. Foy's Sawyer Valentini is accidentally commits herself into a hospital's psychiatric ward. She is detained there until her health insurance…