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Deck the Halls (2006)

Two neighbors have it out after one of them decorates his house for the holidays so brightly that it can be seen from space.

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Optometrist Steve Finch loves those Christmas traditions he has set up with his family and his town. As such, he has a schedule of activities for his family starting on December 1st, and is the official unofficial consultant for anything Christmas related in his town of Cloverdale, Massachusetts. During the Christmas season, the Halls move in to the house across the street from the Finch's. The Halls in general are different in outlook and temperament than the Finches. Unlike Steve, Buddy Hall scams his way through life and never follows through with anything he starts. While Kelly Finch and Tia Hall - Steve's wife and Buddy's wife respectively - and their children begin friendships based largely on those differences, Steve and Buddy butt heads based on those differences. It begins with Buddy striving to have his house seen from outer space by decorating it as lavishly and brightly as possible. One of the results of Buddy's task his that he becomes the new go to guy for anything ... Written by Huggo

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This Christmas when the lights go on . . . the gloves come off See more »

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Comedy | Family

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Rated PG for some crude and suggestive humor, and for language | See all certifications »

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22 November 2006 (USA)  »

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All Lit Up  »

Box Office

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$12,001,256 (USA) (22 November 2006)

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$35,092,918 (USA) (2 February 2007)
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In a 22 November 2006 interview on ABC's Live with Kelly and Michael (1988), Kristin Davis confessed she had been nervous being cast as the wife of Matthew Broderick, the real-life husband of close friend Sarah Jessica Parker. She said she received approval via email from Parker, however not before a re-write of the script added what Davis termed a playful kissing scene between herself and Broderick. Apparently, according to Davis, in her opinion, the scene as filmed was too steamy for the film to keep a PG rating and would have been cut from the final print. See more »

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When Steve Finch crosses the street to talk to Buddy Hall outside the hardware store, he raises his collar around his neck. Slightly further on in the scene, when the two are in front of the tree, he places his hands in his pockets. The two then walk back to Hall's pickup, at which point Finch's collar is down, and returns to being up when they finish walking. At no time does Finch remove his hands from his pockets. See more »

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Tia Hall: [about her daughters] I pray every day for the strength to not run them over with the truck.
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Features Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) See more »

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Star Spangled Banner
Public Domain
Written by Francis Scott Key (as F.S. Key)
Arranged by John Cacavas
Courtesy of 5 Alarm Music
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Probably one of the worst movies ever made.
10 December 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

After what would appear to be a promising start,( first ten minutes) this mishap falls miserably down on its face and never recovers. You would have thought somewhere in the whole production process, someone, anyone would have stood up and said, " this whole thing just sucks-lets stop wasting our money ." The production people should be ashamed, the actors should be ashamed, and the viewer should be insulted that this garbage is being cranked out. There should be some sort of class-action lawsuit filed against the studio, seeking damages to the public for this crap. Absolutely inexcusable, in that a Country so great as ours, with all our resources, that this waste would be allowed. I, and others in a line with me, demanded our money back at the theater. Think " Are We There Yet ? " with a bunch of fake snow. Worthless.


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