Jingle All the Way
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Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this hilarious comedy as a father desperate to buy that must-have present during a frantic Christmas Eve shopping spree. Howard Langston (Schwarzenegger) has promised his young son a Turbo Man action figure for Christmas, unaware it's the season's hottest-selling toy. And so begins a frenzied quest that pits Howard against a stressed-out mailman (Sinbad), a sleazy Santa impersonator (James Belushi) and every other harried parent in town, in "the best holiday family film in years." (Don Stotter, Entertainment Time-out)
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I am always joking about various Arnold Schwarzenegger quotes from this movie: "Who told you, you could eat my cookies?" and "Put that cookie down, NOW!" It has become a tradition to watch this along with many Christmas movies each year. I am glad to finally own it instead of renting it.
With that said, it's so silly that I found it funny to laugh at. So after renting it one year, we bought this "Family Fun Edition" which has some scenes which were cut out of the rental place's version and moves the final scene (which occurs after the credits) to before the credits.
I think the movie is worth owning because each part of the ending is good. The main character, the son, the mom, the pseudo-bad guy (and his son) all get what they would like to receive and all have happy endings.
I cringed a couple of times when the neighbor man was making romantic advances toward the mom, but those advances never went too far and she rebuffed the neighbor well in the end. So even that aspect of the movie had a happy ending.