Friday, August 20, 2010

Four Christmases Movie Review

We watched this movie trailer on another movie a couple days ago so it looked good and really looked funny. Anyways we pop it in and it starts off kinda lame until they get caught by there parents tryin to dodge town for the holidays and not go visit family. Well they ended up goin and meeting the families and I take it the way they acted in there 3 year relationship that they had never met each others families before so this was kind of a big thing. Anyways there both from broken homes so they had to go to 4 different homes for Christmas. They first go to his dad's house and not only is everyone there rude but his brothers are nasty and beat the hell out of him then his brothers kids are just as bad. Then they go to her mothers which ain't too much better because every body is so friendly to him but don't care much about her and you can tell there a little more well off with money than his family. Then they go to his mom's who is together with his ex best friend which is like 20 years different very awkward situation in that house. Then on to her dads where they break up along the way because they both seem to want different things through this journey they learn that anyways its a waste of time to watch this unless your just bored. I wouldn't pay for it though at all and this is unusual because Reese Witherspoon's movies are usually pretty good but I think this is one of her worst. It is funny in parts sad part is the trailer catches all those funny parts and all you get left with in the movie is lame and crude humor.

Four Christmases

2008PG-1388 minutes

Academy Award winner Reese Witherspoon teams up with Vince Vaughn for this romantic comedy that casts them as a dating couple who are forced to spend their first Christmas together visiting each of their four divorced parents -- in a single day. Seth Gordon directs an all-star cast that includes Robert Duvall, Sissy Spacek, Mary Steenburgen, Dwight Yoakam, Carol Kane, Jon Favreau and Tim McGraw.

Reese Witherspoon, Vince Vaughn, Jon Favreau, Robert Duvall, Kristin Chenoweth, Mary Steenburgen, Dwight Yoakam, Sissy Spacek, Brian Baumgartner, Carol Kane, Tim McGraw
Seth Gordon
Comedy, Romantic Comedies, Blu-ray, Warner Home Video
This movie is:
DVD and Blu-ray

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