It is now summer in the Parker family and the usual number of events is happening in their separate lives. Ralphie is searching for the perfect top to use to beat the school bully, the Old Man is in battle with their hillbilly neighbors (the Bumpuses) while eagerly awaiting the discovery of the perfect fishing spot, and Mother is attempting to collect all of the pieces of a glass china set at a local movie theater.Written by
This is the second film where Charles Grodin and Mary Steenburgen appeared together. The first was Clifford (1994). See more »
During the auction scene, the auctioneer describes an item as a "World War I helmet." The film's setting predates US involvement in World War II. Prior to World War II, World War I was known as "The Great War." He should've referred to it as a "Great War Helmet." See more »
This film was excellent! While some may argue that it is not up to par with "A Christmas Story" it is definately a good and faithful sequel. Unfortunately none of the same cast (probably because all the child actors were now too old) but still great acting all around. The story is awesome, and the narration classic! One to definately check out. 8/10.
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