Luther Krank is fed up with the commerciality of Christmas; he decides to skip the holiday and go on a vacation with his wife instead. But when his daughter decides at the last minute to come home, he must put together a holiday celebration. Written by
The $75 tree bought from the scouts is not tied to the car when Luther arrives at his house. See more »
Blair mentions that Enrique had "never seen snow before," but had said she and him had met at Brown, which is in Providence, Rhode Island. It is highly unlikely someone who lived in Rhode Island would have never seen snow. See more »
Jingle Bell Rock
Written by Joseph Beal (as Joe Beal) and James Boothe (as Jim Boothe)
Published by Chappell & Co.
Performed by Brenda Lee
Courtesy of Geffen Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
I saw the movie Christmas with the Kranks for the first time in theatres. I now own it. I really liked it. It was a light, funny, laid back movie. I don't know why so many people disliked it. I think that you have to have a certain sense of humor to think it was funny. I thought the plot was very entertaining and yes heartwarming. What's wrong with a heartwarming movie about spreading Christmas joy. Why is it so unrealistic? Is it really impossible anymore for people to be nice to one another? To be thoughtful. I think this movie portrays the values of enjoying the little things and simple things in life and perhaps this is why people automatically think this movie is dumb because they don't enjoy and embrace the little things and therefore they are quick to say these certain situations are unrealistic. All movies are a little unrealistic. So what. Like lord of the rings is realistic? come on folks. lighten up.
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