TV Shows

Surviving Christmas (2004)


Drew Latham is an executive leading an empty, shallow life with only wealth on his side. Facing another lonely Christmas ahead, he revisit his old childhood home in the hope of reliving some old holiday memories – but he finds that the house in which he was raised is no longer the home in which he grew up.

Surviving Christmas (2004)

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Released Year: 2004
Runtime: 91 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Directors: Mike Mitchell

Storyline


Drew Latham is an executive leading an empty, shallow life with only wealth on his side. Facing another lonely Christmas ahead, he revisit his old childhood home in the hope of reliving some old holiday memories – but he finds that the house in which he was raised is no longer the home in which he grew up.

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Reviews


63
Chicago Tribune - Unnamed
As light, fluffy, cockle-warming holiday entertainment, this thing is pretty sweet.
50
Christian Science Monitor - David Sterritt
There are a few amusing moments, helped by subdued performances from Affleck and Gandolfini, but this is no "Bad Santa" despite its obvious ambition to play similar holiday tricks.
38
ReelViews - James Berardinelli
Can't decide whether it wants to be a black comedy, dumb farce, or sentimental sit-com.
30
The New York Times - Stephen Holden
As you watch the comedy lurch along, the woozy, sinking sensation it produces suggests a movie slapped together after the consumption of far too many gallons of that spiked eggnog.
20
Dallas Observer - Gregory Weinkauf
Wrenches paltry giggles and cheap warmth from a screenplay that makes "Son in Law" seem like Sam Shepard. But wretched Affleck is the real liability.

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