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It's Christmas (2007)
Waste of time
It's difficult to think of one aspect of this movie that isn't terrible: the acting, the lighting, the dialogue, the characters, the costumes, the plot. It isn't even terrible in an "enjoyable to laugh at" way, like some old cheesy movies; it's just boring and painful to watch. Pick any other Christmas movie; you're not missing out by skipping this one.
If you're wanting to see the actual Nutcracker story, this version will disappoint you. You're better off seeing, for example, the beautiful version with family appeal starring Macaulay Culkin, or the version with adult appeal starring Mikhail Baryshnikov. You should see the Matthew Bourne version only if you're in the mood for some "cheesiness." Because this particular story is tongue-in- cheek, over-the-top, melodramatic, a satire, a parody, a spoof, whatever term you want to use, but one thing it is not is the Nutcracker as most people know it. It is unusual, which can be interesting.
It contains elements that parents may find unsuitable for children's viewing. If you find crassness and vulgarity more distasteful than humorous, you will probably want to skip this. If you glance through the photos on IMDb, that should give you enough of an indication of what it's like to tell whether or not you want to try it for yourself. Or you could just think about the fact that Princess Sugar feeds the Nutcracker a marshmallow from her bra