PLOT: In the fifth and final of the Gibson Family Christmas pentalogy, after Jake has died from cancer, Arthur is now the one diagnosed with cancer and has plans for his last Christmas. Sean, now sober, has now married Angela and they have three kids. COMPARISON PITCH: Nothing Like the Holidays meets Love Actually meets The Santa Clause meets Just Friends meets Jingle All The Way meets Angels Sing RATING: TV-MA-LSV (Mature Audiences Only) for language, sexuality, and violence Note: Written, produced, directed by and starring Kyle Cooke, marking his fifteenth directed film
PLOT: In the sixth installment in the Home Alone franchise, The McCallister family is now taking a trip to New York(like in the second film). Only one problem, Billy McCallister is now the kid left home alone, taking after his brother, Kevin. Billy decides to hitch a train ride to New York. But before doing so, five people, including two people from Kevin's past, are caught in a cat-and-mouse game with Billy. This film includes an all-new cast.
Since Nostalgia Critic won't do A Christmas Carol parody, how about we just make one up ourselves?
PLOT: The film is a Love Actually style film and based on the Band Aid song "Do They Know It's Christmas?". The film tells ten love stories: First: Julia Rosenberg from Florida heads to New York for the holidays and falls head over heels for James Larson, a Welsh entrepreneur, and plans to meet at the Empire State Building. Second: A singer, Fletcher Smith, who's about to turn 50 is anxious to hope that his new Christmas song will be on top of the charts. He has his longtime manager, Murray at his side. Third: African-American male, Jeremiah O'Connor is ...
PLOT: Tyler Burke and his girlfriend, Monica Reynolds take a commuter train to Mississippi to visit Tyler's uncle, Lawrence, who has disliked Christmas since the death of his wife(who he was very close to)in a car accident. With Monica's help, Tyler tries as hard as he can to change his Grinch-like uncle. COMPARISON PITCH: Angels Sing meets This Christmas meets Home Alone MPAA RATING: PG-13 for some sexuality, violence and language
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