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A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!
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I had a lot of fun watching this, I bet you will to.
5 Christmas Stars for Stephen Colbert!
I'm a loyal viewer of THE COLBERT REPORT, so I set this special to record on my DVR as soon as I heard about it. An interview that Colbert did on NPR last week that included some clips of songs that would appear in the Christmas special got me even more excited for it. I wasn't aware that Jon Stewart would also be joining in to ask Stephen "Can I interest you in Hanukkah?"
The plot is rather simple. Stephen is getting ready to leave his stereotypical winter cabin in the woods to go to New York to film his Christmas special with Elvis Costello. Much to Stephen's dismay, when he opens the door to leave he finds a bear (aka a giant, marauding, godless killing machine) waiting for him. After calling Elvis to explain his dilemma, many celebrities show up at Stephen's cabin for traditional Yuletide merry-making, while Stephen tries to think of a plan to escape his cabin and elude the bear's grasp as he heads to New York to film his Christmas special
Overall, I would highly recommend this Christmas special for anyone who likes a little satirical holiday cheer. It's certainly a must have for fans of THE COLBERT REPORT.
I don't own the DVD yet, I only saw the special on it's TV premiere last night. Thus, I'm not sure what types of special features are on the DVD. I'll update my review if and when I get the DVD.
The songs are very clever and funny. We had fun speculating whether Toby Keith really understood the satire on the whole "war on Christmas" theme. The whole cast coming together singing, "Peace, Love, and Understanding" is surprisingly good. Of course, Willie Nelson, Feist, John Legend, and Jon Stewart are highly entertaining in their numbers.
This DVD is worth having for future Christmases. Stephan Colbert shows himself to be an able and versatile entertainer.
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I watch this every year. Pretty much a family tradition. Steven Colbert puts on a great show with a bunch of guest singers including John Stewart. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Jonathan
We are big Colbert fans, but this is terrible, offensive trash. It begins with Colbert singing a song about making money off Christmas. Fair enough. Read morePublished 1 month ago by eric
I laughed, I cried, and it was everything I could hope for and more!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great movie and a family tradition! Who doesn't love Colbert? This is Colbert with other famous guests. It's cheeky and silly but a great little movie.Published 4 months ago by Kim