I didn't have very much fun at it, which is depressing since I didn't pair up until my 30s.
Besides, so much luck was involved in my finding my match that there are probably more alternate universes where I'm still living solo than where I'm married.
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Based on a novel by John Grisham, the quality of this Tim Allen/Jamie Lee Curtis comedy depends mostly on one’s tolerance for oafish comedy and the manufactured elements of the holiday.
director David Dobkins throws millions at the screen to bring Santa’s workshop to life, even recruiting the perfect modern actor, Paul Giamatti, to the play the big guy.
The 2005 movie opens with the subversive notion of Kris Kringle murdering Jews and spirals down from there. Surviving Christmas The not-as-awful-as-they-say-but-still-kinda-stupid Christmas movie from 2004 piles on way too many lame gags, but a genuine relationship breaks through.
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It’s sadistic and ugly, but at least it’s going for Pure yuletide shlock that’s completely unaware of its ineptitude.
Santa is kidnapped by Martians, meets a flailing robot (clearly made of cardboard boxes), and teaches the Martians how to hold their own Christmas.
If you disagree with our rankings, leave us a comment, but we hope you at least take the time to consider that there may be multiple ways of responding these movies, and that maybe some of them are better (or even worse) than you once thought. [Note: This list has been updated to include Hey kids! Then you’re going to love watching him just drive around in his “mellow wheels” shaggin’ wagon for what feels like 50% of this boring-ass TV movie, which stars Reb Brown as Steve Rogers, the son of Captain America.
(Yes, really.) Somehow, our hero manages to accidentally drive off a cliff two times before finally suiting up in the film’s last minutes, only to stop a neutron bomb by choking the villain on car exhaust.