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Christmas with the Kranks

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On an exciting trip to the Caribbean, Luther and Nora Crank are planning to embark on a journey quite different from the routine of Christmas. Perhaps their frantic Christmas neighbors Vic Frumayer and Walt Schill, who are always trying to win the best urban decorative street competition, will participate in the trip. Crank and his family find themselves socially ostracized, and circumstances and circumstances may change when they find themselves losing the Christmas spirit they are used to.
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Ellsworth American
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June 01, 2007

Some pathetically predictable plot twists and syrupy sentimentality, which could only amuse a five year-old, lead the Kranks back to their materialistic senses in time for a Kodak moment which shouts a rather shallow Merry Capitalism to all!
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Film4
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July 20, 2009

Christmas With The Kranks is the sort of film that leaves you thinking Ebenezer Scrooge might have had the right idea about the festive season.
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Ebert & Roeper

November 30, 2004

I'm making my list of the worst movies of the year and I'm checking it twice, and I hope to find room for this frantically unfunny disaster.
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WBAI Web Radio
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February 08, 2007

A more sweet than sour satire that sets its sight on nasty but lavishly honey coated underpinnings of the holiday season.
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Salon.com
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November 27, 2004

Purports to kindle the warm glow of love for humankind in our hearts but actually reaffirms that the trappings of the holiday season are all that really matter.
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Common Sense Media

December 22, 2010

Unoriginal, unfunny slapstick holiday fare.
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Chicago Reader
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January 06, 2007

In any normal year this dire comedy would be the undisputed lump of coal in our psychic stocking, but coming on the heels of Surviving Christmas, it's a close second.
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Cinema Crazed
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April 29, 2009

A grueling experience.
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Toronto Star
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November 27, 2004

Hollywood's version of the annual Hallmark Ho-ho-ho card. It's made to order: just slot in the perennial Mr. Santa Claus himself, Tim Allen, and stir.
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Urban Cinefile
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October 18, 2008

The notion of bullying people into succumbing into the trappings of Christmas does not necessarily represent goodwill to all, and while the situations present good comic opportunities, the film ends up feeling rather manipulative and sugary.
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AV Club

September 26, 2005

This isn't a wonderful life: It looks pretty hellish.
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Washington Post
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November 24, 2004

Stinks like the unrefrigerated ham its studio sent me as a promotion several months ago.
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