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Christmas Do-Over (2006)

Kevin tries to be involved with his son and ex-wife's family for Christmas. During dinner, he thought his Christmas *day* couldn't be more screwed; his son suddenly wishes it was Christmas ... See full summary »

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Cast

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Kevin
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Jill
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Todd
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Trudi
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Arthur
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Ben
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Granny Conlon
Nathan Webnar ...
Short Man
Christopher Brown ...
Little Boy
Blaine Ross ...
Little Boy's Father
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Kid on the Street
Michael J. Gaeta ...
Santa
Jack Axelrod ...
Elderly Neighbor
Jacob Chambers ...
Jesus Henderson
Sonia Izzolena ...
Mary Henderson (as Sonia McDancer)
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Kevin tries to be involved with his son and ex-wife's family for Christmas. During dinner, he thought his Christmas *day* couldn't be more screwed; his son suddenly wishes it was Christmas every day. After that, it was a regular Groundhog's Day. Kevin learns new dance moves and can actually sing. Don't let the caroling fool you. Written by Pevensies

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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Rated PG for rude and suggestive humor, and language
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Christmas Every Day  »

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1.85 : 1
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Connections

Version of Studio 57: Christmas Every Day (1954) See more »

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Here We Go Again
Written by: Scott Nickoley, Jamie Dunlap, Dave Feldstein, and Ryan Franks
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Very Good
17 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

Sure, we've seen Ground Hog's Day before, but isn't it always a case of the "Emperor's New Clothing." The casting is great. Jay Mohr is acerbic, endearing and flat out funny! Daphne Zuniga is always a treat. And great to see supporting cast with Tim Thomerson and Adrienne Barbeau. Again, you've seen it before, this time more funny! The blend between humor and drama (there are moments between Jay and Daphne that have you in tears laughing, then crying). Kudos to ABC Family for not giving us the same, saccharine sweet, dramatic Christmas movie we see every year. Definitely better than everything I have seen this year (did you see "Deck the Halls" which requires paid admission). Save your money and tune in. This one has attitude. All and All a 9/10. Well done!


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