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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
With only a few days left until Christmas day is upon us, chances are your kids are now out of class until next year and spending their free time in some mixture of snowball fights outside and curled up in front of the television inside (we'd love for them to be reading, but we know how kids are). While the time they spend outside frolicking in the snow equates to peaceful R&R time for you parents, you can help even if out by putting in some of these high-quality Christmas classics that are guaranteed to be as entertaining for the grown-ups as they are for the kids.
For infants through 8-year-olds...
A Charlie Brown Christmas, released in 1965, was (and remains) a huge hit. It came out at the height of Peanuts’ popularity, but also marked the transition Peanuts made from a comic strip about kids »
- JPP Staff
12 Men of Christmas (Sugarplum Romance)
Lifetime Movie Network, 8 Pm Et
A public-relations executive (Kristin Chenoweth) uses her media savvy to stir excitement in a small Montana town.
Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town (Naughty v. Nice)
ABC Family, 8 Pm Et
The tale of Santa's early days of delivering toys, where he battles Sombertown's mayor, Burgermeister Mesiterburger.
Shrek the Halls (Mistletoe & Mayhem)
ABC, 8 Pm Et
Everyone's favorite ogre tries to have a quiet holiday with just the family.
The Year Without Santa Claus (Classic Cheer)
ABC Family, 9 Pm Et
Mrs. Claus recounts the time Santa had a bad cold and decided to take a vacation from Christmas.
A Miser Brothers' Christmas (Naughty v. Nice)
ABC Family, 10 Pm Et
When the North Wind sabotages Santa's sleigh and injures the man in red, the Heat Miser and Snow Miser are forced to fill in.
What else is showing this season? See our The »
- reelz reelz
The spirited extravaganza, now in its thirteenth year, includes over 200 hours of holiday-themed entertainment. Pour a little egg nog, cuddle up by the fire and get into the holiday spirit by checking out ABC Family's holiday movies!
Wednesday, December 1 He's mean, he's green and he doesn't »
This week on Project Runway, I learned that the apartment building where the designers are housed is called the Atlas. I’m sure it’s been mentioned (or at least flashed on the screen) before, but I’ve been too busy taking notes to have noticed.
As per usual, we begin with the designers waking up at the Atlas. Six men are left: Anthony, Ben, Jonathan, Seth Aaron (is it really, “Seth Aaron”? Nobody calls me “Frank Anthony,” nor do I think they should!), Jay Nicolas (ditto as per Seth Aaron), and Emilio.
Three women are left: Amy,Maya, and Mila — who share a nice moment sitting on the window sill overlooking the city, like the Bobbsey Twins they are. Mila calls Maya an “old soul,” lamenting the idea as to how she’d continue without her in the competition.
Along the same lines, Jay Nicolas likens the guys to the Victoria Secret Wonder Bra, »
6 items from 2010
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