Monday, December 19, 2011

The 5 worst Christmas Movies of All-Time

In honor of the Christmas season, we're making a list, checking it twice
finding out which films are naughty or nice.
Yes the movie buffs are recommending them tonight. 
We see them when we're sleeping

We see them when we're awake.
We know if they are bad or good, so here's the lists for goodness sake.
So now for some of the worst Christmas movies of all time, as decided by your resident movie buffs.

5. Christmas with the Kranks (2004) — If you hated John Grisham's novel "Skipping Christmas" that much, why bother to adapt it? I mean, you did hate it, if you're utterly destroying it, right? Aside from the hideous title (Kranks, because they're cranky. You suck, whoever came up with that), the message is twisted and putrid: Christmas is about being materialistic and competitive and you should always conform. I think anyone's heart would shrink three sizes after seeing this film, disgusted by the heartlessness on display.

4. I'll Be Home for Christmas (1998) — Tim Allen wasn't the only cast member of “Home Improvement” to try to and cash in on a movie career due to the popularity of the show, he wasn't even the only one to try a Christmas movie. This is one of the absolute worst Christmas movies ever made though, as the main character isn't trying to do anything other than get home so his rich father will give him a sports car for Christmas, not to spend time with his family.

3. Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 (1987) — Here's a bonus for you- two crappy movies for the price for one! That's right, half the footage was edited into this film from the first movie in the franchise, because they simply couldn't be bothered to do anymore. Though, on the plus side if you skip past those bits, the movie's over quicker! And the movie even has the perfect quote to describe its own quality: “Garbage day!”
2. Jingle All the Way (1996) — Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a great action star, or at least he did in the 1980's and 90's. This movie does have several action scenes, and they aren't terrible, unfortunately the rest of the casting decisions, the script, the acting and well everything else is that terrible. Not even Turbo Man can save this one from the garbage heap.

1. The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause (2006) — As good as the original film in this series was, the second single made more than twelve years later has absolutely none of the same appeal. While most of the original cast returns, that may just be some of the problems as they seem to just phone this one in, and unfortunately it's on a cellphone with a bad connection. Sadly this is also the second of Tim Allen's movies to make the worst movie list, and if the list were to expand, there would be more.

Special thanks to my fellow movie buff. 


  1. bahahaha!!! totally have to agree about #1. Seriously some of the worst acting I have ever seen! This was a funny read for sure. Especially after christmas this last year.

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