Christmas Every Day
Billy Jackson is not having a good Christmas. He got a basketball for Christmas and just cannot make a jump shot. His Uncle David is coming to town to open a Valu-Mall, which will put his Dad's store out of business. When he tells his little sister Sarah that there is no Santa she makes a wish that it would be Christmas every day. Billy now has to relive Christmas Day over and over again.
- Stars:Robert Hays, Bess Armstrong, Erik von Detten, Yvonne Zima, Robert Curtis Brown, Robin Riker, Julia Whelan, Tyler Mason Buckalew, Terrence Currier, Kara Woods, Lindsay Austin Hough, George Allen, Mark Ross Edrys, Woody Robertson Jr., David Whorf,
- Director:Larry Peerce,
- Writer:Stephen Alix (story), Stephen Alix (teleplay), Nancey Silvers (teleplay)
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Christmas Every Day torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: Danny Boyle's love letter to Bollywood is energetic, colorful and bittersweet.
(br) wrote: Daredevil makes you wish you were blind so you couldn't watch this film. Terrible on every level. Daredevil is a mix between Batman and Spider-Man. Fight choreography is a mess. Villains suck, just like everything else.
(br) wrote: Mad Dog and Glory is a mediocre drama that's a bit weak on story. The film follows "Mad Dog" Dobie, a Chicago cop, who is befriended by Frank Milo, a mobster, after Dobie saves his life, but things turn ugly when a girl comes between them. The film has a good cast that includes Robert De Niro, Bill Murray, and Uma Thurman, and both Murray and Thurman give interesting performances. However, most of the story is underdeveloped, which causes a lot of the intrigue to fizzle out. Mad Dog and Glory starts out interesting enough, but doesn't follow through.
(de) wrote: Rick Moranis returns as a completely unlikable inventor who accidentally makes his ugly 2 year old kid really really big. It stands around ... everyone gawks at it. The screenwriters have no clue what to do with the concept. Why doesn't Mrs. Kotter divorce this moron?
(fr) wrote: Classic slasher flick
(au) wrote: Cried within 15 mins of this film.
(ag) wrote: I could have sworn I loved The Polar Express, but everything about the movie is just so... ugly. This is motion capture technology gone horribly wrong.
(es) wrote: WIldly standoffish, incoherent and glitzy for the sake of being glitzy, Chi-Raq stands by a top form idea of political thrust only to fall lacklustre around a quarter of the way through. A film that definitely won't appeal to mainstream audiences, its artfulness is tremendous in approach to a seriously bleak issue that needs to be addressed. It's definitely one of the smartest films I've seen all year, it's just a shame that it's so hard to enjoy. Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Basset are both great in their roles and both maturely frame the story. It's similar to Baz Luhrrman's Romeo + Juliet in its style and Shakespearean in its epicness of story, however for enjoyment purposes I'd recommend other Spike Lee stuff.
(nl) wrote: Thanks for our freedoms whatever they may be. Please world learn from past mistakes and horrors. Intriguing concept I enjoyed watching. The book would have been great I bet.
(au) wrote: An action-based comedy with some romance, that never grows old! Great cast too...