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A Christmas Story 2 2012 PG CC

The original, 100%, All-American Christmas continues 5 years later withRalphie, Randy, mom and the Old Man. Now, Ralphie has his eyes fixed ona car. But trouble is sure to follow.

Starring:
Daniel Stern, Braeden Lemasters
Runtime:
1 hour, 25 minutes

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Genres Comedy, Kids & Family
Director Brian Levant
Starring Daniel Stern, Braeden Lemasters
Supporting actors Stacey Travis, Valin Shinyei, Gerard Plunkett, David Michael Paul, David W. Thompson, Tiera Skovbye, Shawn Macdonald, Garry Chalk, Alex Zahara, Tony Alcantar, C. Ernst Harth, Katie Copeland, Karyn Halpin, Daniel Bacon, Paul Lazenby, Viv Leacock, Robert Sidley, Darla Fay
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
do people realize there are 7 movies about this family. so it's not like this is some sort of thing that noone should touch. it fact many were done before Christmas Story, and noone really complained about the others. then again i guess the titles of the other weren't Christmas Story. that alone I guess will get people in a huff. I won't give it more or less then 3 stars tell i see it, cause i like to stay objective.

the others btw are:

1976 - The Phantom of the Open Hearth - Ralph is attending the prom. Yes, the TV films were all about a teenage Ralphie. This one also gives us the original film versions of the leg lamp story and the Orpheum dish-night fiasco, and the amusing build-it-yourself house story. It's my least favorite of the Ralphie films to watch though, because it's a bit depressing and probably the hardest to acquire a good copy of today, but still very enjoyable. Never released officially on VHS or disc. Ralph is played by David Elliot here, and the Old Man by the wonderful James Broderick. Mom is played by Barbara Bolton.

1982 - The Great American Fourth of July and Other Disasters - Matt Dillon plays Ralph in this one! It's probably my favorite of the Ralphie movies outside of "A Christmas Story". In it, Ralph goes on a disastrous blind date, marches in the 4th of July parade with his school band, and gets tangled up with Schwartz in a picnic race against their weasely buddy, Flick. Meanwhile, Mom takes up a washrag chain-letter, neighborhood drunk Ludlow Kissel surprises everyone with a firework from hell, and the Old Man puts on a fireworks display to thrill the masses. It's a must-see on every 4th of July for me, along with 1776, The Patriot, and Johnny Tremain. Great fun! James Broderick and Barbara Bolton return in this one.
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Format: Blu-ray
I had really low expectations for this movie due to all the negative reviews on here, but let me tell you they were all wrong! Now let's be truthful, nothing will ever come close to the original, because it is such a classic, but this will be as close as you could possibly get. This movie has plenty of laugh out loud moments, from the ice fishing to the resurrection of the lamp. Daniel Stern was great, he is always hilarious and this movie is no exception. Everything you loved about the original, is back. The fantasies, Flick's tongue, the a**hole Santa, even the Christmas present costume! Give this one a shot even if you just rent it. Sit back and be prepared to laugh, ALOT!!
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Format: Blu-ray
Being a straight-to-video release, my expectations were LOW going in, so I was suprised that I actually enjoyed it, but I agree with a previous reviewer - the overuse of the phrase "Son of a B**ch" really got things off to a bad start. I figured this would be a good clean family movie but after they dropped the S.O.B. bomb 2 or 3 times in the first minute or two of the movie I just turned it off and waited for the kids to go to bed. I don't have a problem with the language if it's done tastefully - in the first movie it was funny because a kid said it and it was just kind of spontaneous and unexpected, in this movie they did it just because they did it in the last one - the original has a few other choice phrases in it that either the wife or I know to "bleep" out with a well timed cough or some other distraction. But anyway, like I said I wasn't expecting this to be anywhere near the quality of the original movie. There were some laugh out loud moments and the story has a lot of heart, the acting is genarally good, Daniel Stern pulled off The Old Man quite well, though the actors playing Ralphie and Schwartz had a tendancy to overact. Overall it was a good story that would have benefitted from a little better casting and a few less "because-it-was-in-the-first-movie"-isms..
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Imagine if a transmission of one of the many yearly screenings of the original "Christmas Story" was intercepted by an alien civilization that had no concept of humor, emotion or comic timing. Imagine now that that same civilization attempted to produce their own version of this beloved holiday classic. The end result might look something like "A Christmas Story 2." All of the charm of the original has been surgically gutted and replaced with cheap gags, poorly staged pratfalls and shameless nods to the original, which, rather than evoking nostalgia, just make you wonder why you didn't just watch that film in the first place. In perhaps the film's most grievous sin, the narrator (who is also the screenwriter) feebly attempts to ape Jean Shepherd's delivery and writing style. In both efforts, he falls flat. Daniel Stern, generally a competent actor, is hopelessly out of his depth in trying to recreate the magic that Darren McGavin created as the Old Man. McGavin's slow-burn grumpiness and quasi-profane rants are replaced by incomprehensible barking and random herking and jerking that suggest a man perpetually gripped by seizures. Stacey Travis plays Mrs. Parker with the motions and diction of an android attempting to mimic human behavior, Valin Shinyei is utterly detestable as Randy and Braeden Lemasters displays no discernible talent other than looking slightly like an older Peter Billingsley. In short, avoid this film unless your life depends on it. Even then, I'd take a moment to think it over.
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