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Deck the Halls
- Danny Devito

Overview - A slapstick holiday heart-warmer in the tradition of HOME ALONE, DECK THE HALLS boasts an excellent cast that includes both seasoned actors and promising stars. Matthew Broderick (FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF) stars as Steve Finch, an optometrist in the postcard town of Cloverdale, Massachusetts, who does double duty as the town's "Christmas Guy." Steve was raised as an army brat, and as an adult looks to make up for his childhood's lack of Yuletide cheer, organizing Christmas around a strict regimen of maximum celebration efficiency.  Read more...

 
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Overview

A slapstick holiday heart-warmer in the tradition of HOME ALONE, DECK THE HALLS boasts an excellent cast that includes both seasoned actors and promising stars. Matthew Broderick (FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF) stars as Steve Finch, an optometrist in the postcard town of Cloverdale, Massachusetts, who does double duty as the town's "Christmas Guy." Steve was raised as an army brat, and as an adult looks to make up for his childhood's lack of Yuletide cheer, organizing Christmas around a strict regimen of maximum celebration efficiency. Because Steve finds his kids turning out a little weirder than he would like--10-year-old Carter (Dylan Blue) is suffering a midlife crisis and teenage Madison (Aliyah Shawkat, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT) is a loner with a bad attitude--he deems them in need of heightened holiday cheer. Steve's hopes for the perfect Christmas are disturbed, however, when new neighbors move in across the street. Car salesman Buddy Hall (Danny DeVito, BE COOL), his wife Tia (Kristen Chenoweth, RUNNING WITH SCISSORS), and their blonde-bombshell twin daughters (Sabrina and Kelly Aldridge) are a bit rowdier than most of the folks in the Finches' quiet neighborhood, to say the least. When Buddy takes it upon himself to create an extravagant Christmas spectacle so that his house can be seen from space, the rivalry between Steve and Buddy reaches drastic heights of ridiculousness, until both men learn a little something about the meaning of Christmas. Although Cloverdale resembles few contemporary American towns in its community made up exclusively of well-to-do Christians, DECK THE HALLS offers much for families to enjoy, with a warm message about the importance of family and the value of spontaneity in a culture of efficiency. Kristen Davis of SEX AND THE CITY charms as Steve's wife Kelly, while Broderick and DeVito are always fun to watch.

Cast List

Gary Chalk - Supporting Actor
Garry Chalk - Supporting Actor
Kelly Aldridge - Star, DECK THE HALLS, (2006)
Kristin Chenoweth - Actor
Matt Corman - Star, DECK THE HALLS, (2006)
George S. Clinton - Score composer, conductor, score producer
Matthew Broderick - American Actor, FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF (1986)
Fred Armisen - Comedian on SNL, Voice on CRANK YANKERS
Dylan Blue - Star, DECK THE HALLS, (2006)
Chris Ord - Screenwriter, DECK THE HALLS, (2006)
John Whitesell - Director/"Calendar Girl"
Jeremiah Samuels
Ryan Devlin - Premiere Critic
Alia Shawkat - Actor, ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT series
Jorge Garcia - American actor, LOST
SuChin Pak - Star, DECK THE HALLS, (2006)
Michael Costagan - Producer, DECK THE HALLS, (2006)
Danny DeVito - American actor/director, HOFFA (1992)
Danny De Vito - American actor/director, HOFFA (1992)
Kristin Davis - American actress, SEX AND THE CITY
Gillian Vigman - Star, DECK THE HALLS, (2006)
Sabrina Aldridge - Star, DECK THE HALLS, (2006)

 
Details
    Blu-Ray Disc Format
  • Format: Blu-Ray
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 024543218425
  • Genre: Christmas
  • Rating: PG (MPAA)
  • Release Date: October 2015

Related Categories:
Movies > Comedies

Related Keywords:
Rivalry
Christmas
Theatrical Release
Family (General)
Holidays
Teenage Girls

 
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Theatrical Release: November 22, 2006

Reviews:
"A thoroughly unpretentious comedy..." - 02/01/2007 Sight and Sound, p.50

 
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