When four generations of the Cooper clan come together for their annual Christmas Eve celebration, a series of unexpected visitors and unlikely events turn the night upside down, leading them all toward a surprising rediscovery of family bonds and the spirit of the holiday. Written by
Private Bailey wears his rank strip upside down at the dinner table. Also, his hair is touching his ears, his collar is popped throughout the film, and he does not know on which side his nametapes belong. Definitely stolen valor to garner female attention at the airport. Assbag. See more »
Such a fuss, when everything we want is right in front of us the whole time...
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During the last credits, there are some outtakes of the actors singing Christmas songs. See more »
This RomCom lacks both humor or romance. One may say it's a dark comedy, but mostly it's just sad. Bits of progressive manifesto are sprinkled throughout the movie with an uneven hand that screams same old formula with a new 21st century face. The main issue with the film is that there are too many story lines, most of which are never worked to denouement. We are left wondering, in many cases, why parts are even added. Then, there are parts which makes you question, why was that even necessary? Tiresome retread characters are abound - see the borderline case of dementia with constant sage lines. Please, I have grandparents with dementia, either don't make light of the issue or don't try to line it with clear one liner tear-jerker intended lines. Thanks but no thanks, I can't recommend this movie.
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