1959 romantic comedy the dating game
Based on a novel by John Grisham, the quality of this Tim Allen/Jamie Lee Curtis comedy depends mostly on one’s tolerance for oafish comedy and the manufactured elements of the holiday.
director David Dobkins throws millions at the screen to bring Santa’s workshop to life, even recruiting the perfect modern actor, Paul Giamatti, to the play the big guy.
As an adult, Ahn's filmography resembles a list of Korean cinema's greatest achievements.
The 2005 movie opens with the subversive notion of Kris Kringle murdering Jews and spirals down from there. Surviving Christmas The not-as-awful-as-they-say-but-still-kinda-stupid Christmas movie from 2004 piles on way too many lame gags, but a genuine relationship breaks through.
Just not as weird as it could have been, oddly enough. I’ll Be Home for Christmas Better appreciated as a relic of the Jonathan Taylor Thomas era than as a holiday treat, Disney’s Christmas road movie offers the right kind of silliness for early December viewing (before the hardcore marathoning begins). Ben Affleck and James Gandolfini are good fun as a wayward Christmas hater and his stand-in father figure.
January 1, 1952) is the consummate veteran actor, having starred in close to 70 films at the time of this writing.
The local press has even dubbed him with the nickname, "The National Actor".