Based on a true story, The Christmas Choir is the inspiring account of how one man can make a remarkable difference simply by giving of himself. Workaholic accountant Peter Andrews (Jason Gedrick) has overlooked Christmas, friends and even his fiance for far too long. As a result, his life begins to fall apart. But a chance encounter with a homeless man named Bob (Tyrone Benskin) changes everything and inspires Peter to start a choir that eventually goes on to enormous success. With the help of the unconventional Sister Agatha (Rhea Perlman) and his new found friends at the shelter, Peter learns that Christmas is not a season but a state of mind and that everyone deserves a second chance at life and love.
Based upon a true story, the film tells the story of a workaholic accountant (Jason Gedrick) who is inspired to start a choir at a shelter by a homeless man (Tyrone Benskin). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Aaron F (mx) wrote: Horrible film. Save your time and skip this movie.
George N (mx) wrote: I loved it! It was amazing! Really touched me in places I never knew I had.
Cita W (br) wrote: Piper Perabo's performance was really good but the ending kinda ruined the movie, I mean like... come on. Like, goddamn.. come on.
Private A (gb) wrote: Good action sequences but that's about it
Trent R (ag) wrote: Lovecraftian horror relocated to Cali, from the people who were co-writing American Graffiti at the time. This oddity opens with a cameo fatality by director Walter Hill, seemingly unconnected to the rest of the film - unless as a sort of commentary on what is to come. Lots of terrible acting, pretentious narration and shameless lifting from the already derivative Carnival of Souls. This does feature some great character work by Elisha Cook, Jr. as the town's deranged wino. I also enjoyed the way that this effectively made the SoCal locations work in a horror setting. Lots of hard, artificial lighting of shopping centers, car dealers, and a surprisingly creepy beach house art studio full of crap pop art.
Arnaud L (br) wrote: Amongst the least interesting film of the Harryhausen/Schneer collaboration.
Adam R (nl) wrote: Beautifully filmed. Watching it makes me feel like I'm in Frontierland. Tommy Kirk gives a powerful performance that you will never forget. Old Yeller is an emotional coming-of-age classic that everybody should see. (First full viewing - 8/9/2008)
Tiara N (mx) wrote: Hilarious especially with Owen Wilson
Julien F (ca) wrote: best documentary ever
Grayson D (jp) wrote: This is kind of a spof of Valley of the dolls but it's better than it. If you have seen a Russ Meyer novie before you will know what to expect and if not this isn't a bad place to start.