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A Halfway House Christmas (2005)

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In this spoof of reality television, five recovering drug and alcohol addicts try to live in a house together during the holidays. Can they stay clean and sober for Christmas? Or will the network's quest for ratings bring them down?

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Brian Walsh ...
Ryan
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Daryl
Rod Sellers ...
Rod
Tweak A. Moffitt ...
Tweak (as Charles Moffitt)
Kelly Kunik ...
Patty
Marisa Kettering ...
Amanda
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Brett
Jared 'Evil' Hasselhoff ...
Santa (as Evil Jared Hasselhoff)
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Buzz
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Killer (as Rake Yohn)
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Matteo LeCompte ...
Barry (as Matteo LeCompt)
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In this spoof of reality television, five recovering drug and alcohol addicts try to live in a house together during the holidays. Can they stay clean and sober for Christmas? Or will the network's quest for ratings bring them down?

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One of only a few acting roles that Ryan Dunn took on outside of portraying himself on Jackass and Viva La Bam. See more »

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Morning Has Come
Written by Mattias Lundgren, Dan Attlerud
Performed by the Allhelgona Motet Choir
Under license from Play Any Key Music (ASCAP)
Courtesy of Bramsar Records
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Better than expected
6 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Traveled 130 miles to view premiere on a hunch this might be the another dark horse....that and I had very little to do on Saturday night. Anyway, I discovered a really good movie. While it does stick it's finger in the eye of Reality TV it also provides a subtle message about how hard overcoming addiction will be...sometimes you're not sure if you should laugh or cry at the circumstances as they unfold...I applaud that it did not play the nudity card ...It can be a really good date movie for the 17+ crowd...it has that foreign film genre like cinematography while delivering both laughs and a controversial message to discuss over pizza afterward...as I heard one viewer say, "It can be to Christmas what Blair Witch was to Halloween." I agree


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