Luther Krank is fed up with the commerciality of Christmas; he decides to skip the holiday and go on a vacation with his wife instead. But when his daughter decides at the last minute to come home, he must put together a holiday celebration. Written by
Julie Gonzalo, who plays Blair Krank, and Jamie Lee Curtis also star together in Freaky Friday (2003) in which Gonzalo plays the nemesis of Curtis's daughter. See more »
After Frohmeyer organizes the emergency Krank Christmas Eve party for Blair, he has to encourage everyone to pitch in despite Luther's behavior. But, who was the immature person? Luther, who only wanted to skip Christmas and go on a cruise with his wife to get over not being able to see his daughter at Christmas? Or the whole neighborhood, who tried to force him to participate in Christmas against his wishes, harassing Luther and Nora constantly? See more »
I was actually nice and gave it a 2 star rating. I like Jamie Lee Curtis, but her acting in this film was flat out awful! I can't believe the director of this film didn't fire her while filming.
It's such a stupid plot, two married couple decide to skip Christmas one year and go somewhere tropical. So the entire neighborhood flips out and does everything to stop them because the Kranks won't decorate their home with holiday lights and this massive sized snowman that everyone puts on their roof. I cringe every time I see it on TV! It also has a bizarre mix of cast members. No chemistry and bad acting all around. Tim Allen didn't even seem like he was into his character.
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