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The Fine Brothers, an internet comedy duo that speaks fast and spoils movies, is back to spit in your eggnog this holiday season with “50 Christmas Spoilers in 3 Minutes.”
Faster than you can go a-wasailling, Benny and Rafi Fine spoil every Christmas movie you’ve ever heard of — and some that you haven’t. As with all Fine Brothers YouTube videos, there are two types of viewers.
The first love the spitfire, spoiler-soaked, saccharin snark and wish the yucksters plenty of presents under the Christmas tree. Or menorah. The other, perhaps the Grinches of the group, want to stuff the boys’ faces with figgy pudding to dam the endless patter of plot-ruining banter.
Where do you fall on the Fines? While you chew that over, here’s a list of all 50 Christmas films:
- Chris Plante
 In honor of the upcoming Christmas holiday, our friends the Fine Brothers have filed the latest episode of their popular "Spoiler" series -- 50 Christmas Movie Spoilers in 3 Minutes, in one take. You might remember that we've featured their videos 100 Movie Spoilers in 4 minutes , Spoiling Every Best Picture Winner in Oscar History , 50 spoilers of 2009 in 4 minutes , 100 Horror Movie Spoilers in 5 Minutes , and 50 Disney Spoilers in 3 Minutes . Hit the jump to watch their latest. And if it isn't completely obvious already, please be warned that the following video contains spoilers. Movies Spoiled: A Christmas Carol, Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (1951), A Christmas Carol (2009), The Muppet Christmas Carol, Mickey's Christmas Carol, Bad Santa, Christmas with the Cranks, Deck the Halls, A Christmas Story, Ernest Saves Christmas, Four Christmases, Fred Claus, The Santa Clause, The Santa Clause 2, The Santa Clause 3, It's a Wonderful Life, I'll Be Home for Christmas, Jingle All the Way, Miracle on 34th Street »
- Peter Sciretta
Chicago – The most memorable moviegoing experiences of your life are often circumstantial. They may depend entirely on the audience that you see them with. There are few things more magical than the moment when an ageless work of cinema manages to move and invigorate your soul, along with those of the surrounding audience.
That’s precisely the experience I had while attending the annual Music Box Christmas Show a few years ago. It’s impressive to see how much the event has grown over time, with its double feature of holiday classics now extended into a five-day marathon. In its twenty-seventh year, the show has become somewhat of a family affair. Returning audience members have been invited to submit photos of their past visits for inclusion in a pre-show slideshow. Young moviegoers (and the young at heart) will enjoy the intermission festivities where Santa Claus materializes and leads the audience in a series of carols. »
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There will probably never be another American diplomat like Richard Holbrooke. The reason is partly personal. Most diplomats are careful, reserved, discreet... diplomatic. Holbrooke was the opposite. He didn't merely court reporters; he stalked them. And when they didn't write enough about him, he wrote about himself. He did not do subtle. When he bore down on people, he had about as much respect for personal space as Lyndon Johnson in a men's room. As Democratic doyenne Pamela Harriman once put it, "he's not entirely housebroken."
Related story on The Daily Beast: An American in Full
In all these ways, Holbrooke was part of the sociology of 20th-century American Jewry. He entered the Foreign Service in the 1960s, when it was still something of a Wasp club. »
- Peter Beinart
See Videos - Clips of the top Christmas movies There’s nothing better over the Christmas season that huddling up by the fire, in the glow of the Christmas tree and watching a Christmas movie. Here are some of our favorites acted and created by Irish and Irish American. 1. “Elf” Will Ferrell’s character, Buddy the Elf, has become a famous Christmas character and his move, “Elf” is beloved by all ages. The movie tells the story of Buddy (Ferrell) who travels from the North Pole to New York City to find his birth father. Since its release in 2003 it has been a classic. 2.“Miracle on 34th Street” This is a 1947 Christmas Classic staring our own Maureen O’Hara. The movie tells the tale of a group of people who are left wondering whether or not a department store Santa is the real deal. 3.“How the Grinch Stole Christmas” This »
Of all the films at the London Film Festival, we particularly warmed to Lemmy, the rock documentary from directors Wes Orshoski and Greg Olliver. And, luckily for us, they were on hand for a chat. So, we grabbed a few minutes of their time, just before they scarpered off for a drink with two members of New Wave of British Heavy Metal group, Girlschool.
Two charming and energetic dudes, they regaled us with a few priceless production anecdotes, including how they got on Lemmy’s good side, what the man himself thought of the film, and how, when they wanted to storm a stage at a Metallica gig, they ignored the band’s managers and asked James Hetfield directly.
You’ve both been involved in the »
Holiday films are an important American pastime. However, such a genre requires skill to execute. One must include all of the important ingredients, namely two cups of heart, a dash of fantastical whimsy and a good ole spoonful of yuletide rejuvenation, in order for a traditional holiday film to work. With that in mind, we here at Collider decided to compile a “best of” list – of sorts. Included within are personal favorites of the staff, or the films we all grew up watching during those festive afternoons when school was canceled due to winter storms, or during Thanksgiving or Christmas break. At their best, these films represent a merry tradition, one honored in most American households – these are the films we believe soundly capture the spirit of the holidays. They may not be the most critically acclaimed films (sorry Holiday Inn), but they provide the aforementioned ingredients plus one additional key element – nostalgia, »
- Jeff Ames
November 10, 2010 . Dyer Straits Productions announce the dates and current headliners for Contamination 2011 The Sequel, their highly anticipated follow-up to St. Louis. first horror, sci-fi and pop-culture convention under one roof. The Sheraton Westport Chalet will host the event June 24th . 26th, 2011. Actor Eric Roberts and .The Boondock Saints. Sean Patrick Flanery, Norman Reedus and David Della Rocco will headline.
Eric Roberts, one of Hollywood.s edgier, more intriguing characters, was most recently seen this summer in Sylvester Stallone.s action hit .The Expendables.. Among his numerous credits, too lengthy to mention, he had a memorable role in Christopher Nolan.s .The Dark Knight. as Salvatore Maroni and is probably best known as .Paulie. in .The Pope of Greenwich Village.. He has also been a recurring character on popular soap opera .The Young and the Restless. this year.
Cult favorites from .The Boondock Saints. and its sequel have been attracting long »
- Melissa Howland
The trio of Time Lords - and their metal-encased archenemies - will be among the special guests at Doctor Who convention Dimensions 2010, held at the Holiday Inn Newcastle-upon-Tyne from November 12 to 14.
The event includes on-stage interviews, autograph sessions, acting workshops, photoshoots and live commentaries, as well as evening entertainment including a comedian and disco.
Superfans can also dine with the stars as the hotel is hosting a gala dinner on Saturday, November 13, where there will be a celebrity from the show dining on each table.
Ken Ellington, general manager at the hotel, said: "This is the 9th year I have hosted the convention and each year it just seems to get better and better. »
- David Bentley
Chicago – Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas” with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye was the #1 film of 1954 and has become an annual favorite for millions of families all the way back to the days before VHS. Paramount has released the musical charmer on Blu-ray with new special features along with a snowy 2-disc holiday DVD edition for those still waiting for Santa to bring them a Blu-ray player. Dream of a “White Christmas” in HD.
Blu-Ray Rating: 3.5/5.0
First, a little history. The film “White Christmas” is not the origin of the song that gave it a title. It was reportedly sung before “Holiday Inn,” a 1942 film with Crosby, but that’s the film that made it popular (and, actually, a better flick than “White Christmas,” which is something of a remake of “Holiday Inn”). With its longing for home, the song took off during World War II and won the Oscar for Best Original Song. »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
Are you a Steampunk Goth or Sci-Fi fan? Tired of having to cross the border into the USA for your convention fix? Steampunk Canada has announced the upcoming the upcoming “Canadian National Steampunk Exhibition”. Planned for April 29 to May 1, 2011 at the Toronto Holiday Inn & Suites - Markham, the convention will feature Canadian Steampunk innovations, guest speakers, performers, panels and vendors catering to the Canadian Steampunk lifestyle.
Special guests confirmed so far include performer Veronique Chevalier (http://www.PolkaHaunt.Us) and a special display by Site 3 coLabrotory. (http://site3.ca) So if you're a gear head or you just want a new excuse to dress up in something awesome registration and hotel info is available on their website http://www.cnse.ca. »
Need a costume idea for tonight? "Extra" brings you entertaining and creative "SNL" costumes that will surely make you the life of the party!
Aside from their obvious physical differences, the Coneheads also had very fast, nasal and monotone speech patterns. They also had much larger appetites than average humans; they would eat large amounts of food during meals which they referred to as "consuming mass quantities." Played by (l to r) Laraine Newman, »
Over the course of her career, Studio City, Calif.–based casting director Beth Holmes has been tasked with tracking down a 75-year-old diver, a bona fide bullfighter, and "a 5-foot-tall wrestler of Latino heritage." She's cast high-profile spots for Burger King, Citibank, Polaroid, Bud Light, and Holiday Inn Express. And she's maintained a genuine love of the job throughout industry changes and upheavals. Now she's preparing to launch a new phase of her career, moving into film and TV casting while still keeping a presence in the commercial world. "I love casting commercials," she says. "It's telling a story in a very, very short amount of time."Career DetourI loved acting as a young girl and was in plays and musicals at the University of Michigan as an English major. I auditioned for CalArts for its graduate Mfa program and was accepted, but I sort of fell out of love »
The shooting of Vipul Shah's Action Replayy is currently on in Manali and unlike sensational bits about Akshay-Aishwarya being rescued after being caught in a landslide, everything is progressing smoothly. As per the local co-ordinater, the retro song got underway on Tuesday itself and Akshay-Aishwarya were shown in the Holiday Inn restaurant. The venue later shifted to the banks of river Beas at Chandiyari, a couple of kilometres away from Manali town. Incidentally it is the »
The Pacific Northwest was once again invaded by Crypticon, and if you missed it, you missed a devil of a good time. Held the weekend of June 18th-20th, the big change this year for this growing event was the switch of venue from downtown Seattle to the Holiday Inn in Everett, Wa. A transition that caused more than a few to scratch their heads.
Why the change from the heart of the Emerald City to a location some thirty minutes north? "In order to keep ticket prices affordable for the fans, we had to make the change," says Mickie Bunnage, one of the event's organizers. "The Seattle Center was just too expensive, and if we wanted to keep costs down for the fans, we had to move."
And if the reaction from those in attendance is any indication, the move made little difference and gets a big thumbs up. »
- Raider Redux
Football Hall of Famer and Dancing with the Stars season 8 contestant Lawrence Taylor was formally indicted on two felony counts and three misdemeanor charges Wednesday, still in connection to the incident involving the 16-year-old which he allegedly hired as a prostitute in New York last month. Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4
Lawrence Taylor, a Hall of Fame linebacker for the New York Giants from 1981 to 1993 and contestant on "Dancing With the Stars" Season 8 with Edyta Sliwinska, has been indicted by a grand jury in New York on charges of rape, criminal sexual act and sexual abuse.
The charges stem from his May 6 arrest at a New York Holiday Inn where prosecutors say he paid $300 to have sex with a 16-year-old girl. Taylor was also indicted on charges of endangering the welfare of a child and patronizing a prostitute.
Rockland Country District Attorney Thomas Zugibe says the girl claims she was verbally threatened and physically assaulted. She says she was taken to the hotel room by a pimp, who was later arrested by NYC police.
Taylor is denying the charges, claiming he didn't know the girl was 16 years old. However, ignorance of the girl's age is not a defense in the eyes in the law, »
Lawrence Taylor has been indicted on rape charges for the incident involving a 16-year old prostitute he allegedly hired. In addition to rape, a grand jury also indicted the NFL Hall of Famer on the following charges: criminal sexual act, sexual abuse, endangering the welfare of a child, and patronizing a prostitute. Taylor was arrested in May at a Holiday Inn outside NYC. Prosecutors say he paid the girl $300 to have sex. Taylor denies having »
- TMZ Staff
L.T. could be doing the two-step to the slammer. NFL Hall of Famer and former Dancing With the Stars hoofer Lawrence Taylor was indicted Wednesday by a grand jury in Upstate New York on charges of rape, criminal sexual act and sexual abuse stemming from his arrest last month involving an alleged encounter with an underage prostitute. Per the Rockland County District Attorney's Office, the jury also indicted the ex-footballer on charges of endangering the welfare of a child and patronizing a prostitute. On May 6, police in Montebello, New York took Taylor into custody at a local Holiday Inn as part of an investigation into allegations that the 51-year-old ex-footballer had paid a 16-year-old girl $300 to »
The 3rd Boroplus Gold Awards - the 1st Global Indian Television Awards is back this year. After rocking Mauritius in 2007 & Dubai in 2008, Vikas Kalantri of White Leaf Entertainment Media Pvt. Ltd. is all set to take it to yet another level in Mumbai.In a press conference held in Holiday Inn (Andheri), Vikas Kalantri unveiled the Gold Award along with the honorable jury Mr. Dheeraj Kumar (Producer), Mr. Rakesh Bedi (Actor) and Mr. Jd Majethia (Actor-Producer). The other Jury... »
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