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Every Christmas happily unmarried Brad and Kate escape divorced parents and exasperating relatives by getting on a plane. This year the airport shuts down and the couple is forced to celebrate four family Christmases in one hectic, hilarious day. Can Brad and Kate's relationship survive Four Christmases?]]>
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"Four Christmases" is a pretty funny holiday film. Vaughn and Witherspoon are two likeable, funny leads. A star-studded supporting cast keeps the humor coming as well. The humor is of the squirmy, uncomfortable kind. You feel bad for these two as they are forced to deal with their families. This is an entertaining film for fans of holiday movies. If you are in the mood for something Christmassy, check it out.
When things go south, and they are forced to stay in town, they have no excuse but to see their families, and they embark upon a hilarious journey to spend Christmas with their various family members.
Vince Vaughn is Vince Vaughn, as always. He plays a droll Christmas Grinch, and his stories and explanations of the couple's behavior are quite funny. Reese is perky and a good foil for Vince's droll humor. She also has some great scenes in this move that will make you laugh out loud.
Robert Duval, and John Faverau round out the cast, and are equally comical.
The supporting cast was glorious, with nearly everyone working their weirdo mojo perfectly. Robert Duvall and Sissy Spacek ARE their characters, filling every nook and cranny of personhood with a believable and real behavior. Kristin Chenoweth, so wonderful in Pushing Daisies, is again sufficiently bubbly to be engaging and sufficiently odd to be quite offputting. She is a hoot! Where Four Christmases failed with me was in the stars themselves. Both Vince and Reese didn't really inhabit these roles. Any comparable actor/actress could have played these parts with the same oomph.
But this is minor. With lots of belly laughs, lots of fiendishly clever throw-away lines, (my favorite, "And how are you, little lady?") and enough sight gags to populate a Laurel and Hardy festival, this film offered a quality evening's entertainment. Much like "The Hangover", it was far better than it had any business being.
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