Eight Crazy Nights (2002)
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It’s fair to say that Channukah doesn’t exactly engender the same kind of cinematic outpouring of love as other December-ish holidays do.
Unfortunately we’re waiting for that Maccabee epic that’s never been – our money’s on Spielberg to knock that one out of the park. While other festivities like Passover have obvious crossover potential (here’s looking at you, Charlton Heston) the festival of lights hasn’t quite caught the movie world on fire.
That said, this time for family fun gathering around a flickering flame might be the perfect time to have a little bit of your own film festival, Jew or Gentile alike taking time to celebrate the miracle of cinema. Here’s eight nights of watching to get you in the Channukah mood:
December is traditionally a month for prestige pics and holiday movies. The New Beverly is adding to the Christmas cheer in their own idiosyncratic way with a number of seasonally-tied films: First up are two midnight screenings of Bob Clark’s A Christmas Story (Dec. 10 and 17), followed throughout the month by a double bill of the Bill Murray classic Scrooged and the animated Adam Sandler comedy Eight Crazy Nights (Dec. 22), a double feature of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Gremlins 2: The New Batch (Dec....
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We're celebrating our love of Christmas movies, not to mention the holiday itself, with this heartwarming mashup of Christmas cheer. Merry Christmas from all of us here at NextMovie — as well as a multitude of movie characters — to all of you.
Movies Included (Click to Buy):
Holiday Inn | How the Grinch Stole Christmas | Love Actually | Bridget Jones' Diary | The Nightmare Before Christmas | Batman Returns | Pirate Radio | Home Alone | Eight Crazy Nights | Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist | Prancer | Christmas in Connecticut (1945) | The Holiday | A Charlie Brown Christmas | Bad Santa | American Psycho
That said, it wasn't half as hard as coming up with a list of our favorite Hanukkah movie characters. As a holiday gift to you, dear readers, we spent days hours minutes combing through dozens of a couple Hanukkah movies to pick out the 2 Greatest Hanukkah Characters Of All Time!
2. Davey Stone (Adam Sandler), 'Eight Crazy Nights,' 2002
It's no "Billy Madison," but kudos to Sandler for making an animated movie musical about the Festival of Lights. Davey Stone is a terrible guy, embittered by the death of his family on Hanukkah 20 years ago, and determined to drown his sorrows in booze for all time.
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Sandler will cowrite the film with his long time collaborator and former "SNL" writer Tim Herlihy who has either written or produced most of Sandler's movies. Paramount Pictures will put the movie into
On the heels of the recent spate of horror animations – Paranorman and Frankenweenie – comes Adam Sandler’s family-friendly submission, which has the executive producer and star’s sense of humour stamped all over it – from the immature jokes, the silly voices, the protagonist’s penchant for singing (Groan!) and the supporting cast made up of the usual mainstays of comedy.
The setting is the archetypal castle in Transylvania, which count Dracula (Sandler) has turned into a fortress to protect his daughter Mavis from the evil humans who murdered his wife. It is also a Hotel for all monsters wishing to escape from the human world. Every year he throws a lavish party for Mavis and invites all of his closest friends (Frankenstein, The Mummy, The Invisible Man, The Werewolf and countless other ubiquitous characters of the horror genre – all voiced by Sandler’s buddies). This year
Here's why: $149 million, $214 million, $271 million. Those are the global grosses of "Jack and Jill," "Just Go With It" and "Grown Ups," Sandler's last three films prior to "That's My Boy." Additionally, Sandler has watched as "Bedtime Stories" ($212 million), "You Don't Mess With the Zohan" ($199 million), "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry" ($186 million), "Click" ($237 million), "The Longest Yard" ($190 million), "50 First Dates" ($196 million), "Anger Management" ($195 million) and "Mr. Deeds" ($171 million) raked in massive returns around the world over the last decade. During that same time frame, his only films to not gross over $149 million worldwide were "Funny People," "Reign Over Me," "Spanglish," "Eight Crazy Nights" and "Punch-Drunk Love."
All of which is to say that Adam Sandler isn't on the downside of his career.
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