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Posted October 1, 2010
Unaccompanied Minors - Who Let The Kids Out?
Fun movie to watch with or without children. Soundtrack is alot of fun. Definite x-mas favs now. It's one we watch along the other x-mas classics.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 1, 2010
"Santa! Is that really you????!!!!!"
A Christmas movie in September, you say? Well...why not?Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
I was skeptical of this film. I had long, long forgotten about it, i saw the trailer back before it was released. I thought it looked dumb, and then i locked it away with a silver key in the dusty attic known as Movies Forgotten. I didnt think anything else of it. Until, a few days ago, when my friend got it for our sleepover. I thought, "Why not watch it?" After all, i always say, i'll watch any movie once.
And there you have it. My skepticism was proven dead wrong once again. This movie was funny, hilarious, and nothing short of warm and cozy. Sure, it had its dumb parts, but those were surprisingly far and few. I hate to say it...but i loved this movie. Usually not my style, but i found myself laughing and enjoying it.
The story>? A new version of Home Alone. Several kids form an unusual bond after being stranded in an airport on Christmas Eve. All from different backgounds....Grace is a rich girl with long hair and a snobby attitude. Spencer, and his little sister Catherine, are from a divorced family and develops a little crush on Grace. Charlie, an aspiring Harvard student, is the funniest character and has a load of talent and will make you laugh right and left. Donna, a rough and tough girl from a broken home as well. Together, these kids make their so- called ruined Christmas and turn around to one they'll never soon forget.
Content- a few sexual reference, but nothing crude, explicit, or noticeable. A few kisses. Lanuage, one use of h*** and a few takes of the Lord's name in vain. On the bright side, Charlie shouts, "Oh my gosh!" instead of God's name. Violence, none, mischief and a little crude humor. Nothing to seriously worry about in this family friendly movie.
So whether it's 80 degrees or 10 below, Christmas or Easter, December or...September, pop in this movie if you're ready to laugh and just have fun. this isn;t oscar worthy, but it's definately laugh worthy. Hilarious and funny.
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