As Thanksgiving passes into the rearview mirror, we find ourselves once again in the Christmas season. While we tend to be more Charlie Brown than Ralphie Parker, we still enjoy a good Christmas film and have made a point to review Christmas movies over the years. If you need help deciding what holiday picture to tune into as a break from the endless shopping and baking, we're here for you.
The Brothers discuss the beloved Christmas classic, compare it to other adaptations of A Christmas Carol, praise Michael Caine’s performance, and explore its formal filmmaking.
The buddy cop classic is an exceptional action film, but it also hides a serious look at suicide and the need for family in its blockbuster antics.
Alfonso Cuarón’s Children of Men may seem like an unlikely Christmas movie, but this dystopian vision gets at the heart of the Christmas story.
The Shop Around the Corner is an exceptional romantic comedy that captures the intellectual and emotional fencing match that is early romance.
Amiable enough, even though its themes are a little stale.
Funny, pretty smart, and light on the blubber or syrup.
This unfunny comedy doesn't understand Dickens at all.
Foul and funny, but also a little sour.
Jack Skellington is a great character in a good movie.
A shoddy Christmas movie for the family.