No one enjoys the holidays more than Brad and Kate. Every December 25th, this happily unmarried, upscale San Francisco couple embark on a holiday tradition they have shared every year since they... View more >
some sexual humor and language
Starring Reese Witherspoon, Vince Vaughn, Robert Duvall... View more >
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Only a couple of laughs, Vaughn is boring for the most part, not a great story line
"Four Christmases" is another holiday movie that deserves a lump of coal. Here's a movie that is full of violence, all served up as Christmas cheer. Reese Witherspoon. who won an Oscar three years ago for "Walk the Line," the only reason why she's in this movie is for a paycheck. Vince Vaughn has jumped from bad Christmas movie right into another one. Vaughn and Witherspoon are a couple who must visit their relatives in one day. The plot is written out like a reality competition show. The relatives are either violent or stupid or both. "Bad Santa" is violent and stupid too, but it's well written and funny. I only wish I could said the same for this lame movie. The movie made $41 million in it's first week of release and it was the number one movie for two weeks straight. Sad to say, that there are plenty of good movie entertaiment out there and sadly, "Four christmases" isn't one of them. Ho! Ho! Hum!
Cute funny chick-flick. I loved watching the dysfunctional family during the holidays. Almost everyone can relate. However, it was difficult to watch the TALL Vince Vaughn with the LITTLE Reese Witherspoon. The acting was good, but it just didn't have that "WOW" on screen chemistry.
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