Is This the Year’s Best Christmas Film?

That’s my question in my latest article at Image’s Good Letters blog.

Here’s how it starts:

Just as the Man and the Boy climbed down into the basement and found all of those chained prisoners, their bodies half-eaten by their cannibal captors, I came to a troubling realization.

I have terrible taste in Christmas movies.

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  • Neil

    For the lonely hearts, Wong Kar-Wai’s “2046” is the ultimate tear-jerker of Christmas movies…

  • Gaith

    Don’t forget another cheery collection of happy tales from earlier this year – “The Informers”! :-P

    I gotta hand it to you, Jeff – you have the intellectual courage of your convictions. Merry Christmas!