Christmas with a Capital C [Blu-ray]
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There's teenage romance, a Mayor's race, a ski race, and Mitch (Daniel Baldwin, yes Alec's bro) returns after 20 years to oppose the long-time Mayor's (Ted McGinley) reelection as well as City Hall's use of a "Merry Christmas" banner and an antique local Alaskan's nativity carving. More than the "Merry Christmas" vs "Happy Holiday" issue is a greater theme of "goodwill to all men" & "peace on Earth."
Two magnificent aspects shine like tree-topping angels.
First is the filming location of Seward, Alaska; converted to Trapper Falls, small town of 4000 and home of moose burgers. Scenery is breathtaking. Local Alaskan's know that.
Second is an absolute show-stopper performance in a scene when the Mayor's brother, Greg (Brad Stine-Christian comedian) explains the Christ birth story to 3 youth. He rolls, an animated Christian Christmas fanatic, ranting like Robin Williams, and stealing the best segment of the entire film. It was intentional, as much of the segment was taken from his stand-up comedy routine, written into the film by the writer.
The film ends with the spectacular scene of the life-size hand carved town's crèche (now privately owned and displayed) set up with Alaskan mountains as a backdrop. Credits roll including "It's Called Christmas with a Capital C" music by Go Fish, a song the movie was based upon.
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Okay Movie, It about time, they make a movie that go against the gain, and talk about the true meaning of Christmas.Published 3 months ago by DTD
This is one of my favorite Christmas movies. I used to watch it with my family all the time on Netflix, then they removed it from the movies they offer and I was not able to watch... Read morePublished 4 months ago by ArizonaKris
This is a great Christmas. It is funny while still sharing the message that being a Christian is about loving others not fighting for our own rights. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JCs Wife
In a sea of sentimental, predictable Christmas movies, this one is different. Mayor Dan Reed has to decide what to do when the city’s right to display a traditional manger scene on... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Deb Brammer