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This flick is about a cat burglar who is forced to take a bickering, dysfunctional family hostage on Christmas Eve. This movie stars Denis Leary, Judy Davis and Kevin Spacey in this 1994 film.
Leary plays an unfortunate cat burglar, who is abandoned by his partner in the middle of a heist, and is forced to take an irritating Connecticut couple (Spacey and Davis) hostage.
Leary soon finds that he took more than he bargained for when the couple’s blackmailing son and despicable in-laws step into the picture.
Before long they’re driving him nuts. The only way for him to survive is to be their referee and resolve their differences, before he can be nabbed by the police.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
This fantasy/adventure is set during the World War II London bombings. It starts four English siblings. One day Lucy (played by Georgie Henley) finds a wardrobe that transports her to a magical world called Narnia. After coming back, she soon returns to Narnia with her brothers, Peter (played by William Moseley) and Edmund (played by Skandar Keynes), and her sister, Susan (plaued by Anna Popplewell). There they join the magical lion, Aslan (played by Liam Neeson), in the fight against the evil White Witch, Jadis (played by Tilda Swinton).
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I Am Santa Claus
Mall Santa’s are a hallmark of the season. Benevolent, bearded liars who trick children into believing they are the real deal to intensify the magic of Christmas. But during the other months of the year, they sell real estate, make mean barbecue ribs and tend to the buffet at sex clubs. This documentary follows the stranger also pictured in your childhood holiday photos, including one gay Santa that made waves among less accepting sects of Christians. Also, to show the rigors of the red suit, WWE Hall-of-Famer Mick Foley grows out his hair and bleaches it snowy white to see what it’s like to be the anonymous face of the most famous man in the world.