The Fitzgerald Family Christmas

The Fitzgerald Family Christmas

The siblings of the Fitzgerald family must decide if the dad who abandoned them 20 years ago can come home for Christmas. Can the big Irish clan get past their grievances to be a family again?

Father of seven siblings has left home for twenty years. Growing up 20 years without the presence of father, the siblings not hate him but really desire a visit from him. As they grown-up, the seven adult siblings of the Fitzgerald family make a plan to brings their father back on the Christmas occasion. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sara M (ru) wrote: Boring, is an understatement! I had to get matchsticks in my eyes so I could watch it all. Tbh I skipped most of the film as it was so dull.

Gary T (gb) wrote: Fresh dramatisation of young Asian British life & love pains. Banging sound track. Many make-you-think moments. Not a 'yoof' flick as you might suspect. Go see!

C b (gb) wrote: Jeremy Renner has shot to stardom by inking himself to an array of successful franchises from, Mission Impossible to the Avengers. The Bourne series is yet another feather in his fluttering hat. Renner plays an operative who is supposed to be terminated along with the others as a result of the whole Jason Bourne fiasco. Renner however doesn't abide and with the help of Rachel Weisz, a doctor, he sets off on a personal mission to obtain the drugs to prevent a critical withdrawal. With a heavyweight cast, which includes Ed Norton, Scott Glenn and Stacy Keach, The Bourne Legacy is equipped with all the tools it needs to add to the high octane Bourne Legacy, no pun intended. The story unwinds parallel to the Jason Bourne saga, which is clever and enjoyable for hardcore Bourne fans. There are the expected jaw dropping stunts, fights and chases to satisfy the action junkie in all of us. The story is also more of a stand-alone rather than an open-ended one meaning it's nicely tied up in a ribbon for viewers without the expectation for a sequel. Renner plays his role well but somewhat pales in comparison to Matt Damon and while director, Tony Gilroy certainly does justice to the franchise, The Bourne Legacy is more of a deserving sidekick to the original trilogy. Action and Bourne fans alike should enjoy Legacy provided they don't go in expecting Jason Bourne.

Dana D (nl) wrote: Not mine, never heard of it, don't want it.

Peter P (br) wrote: Incredibly formulaic.

Katelyn B (ca) wrote: This was kind of cute and a little cheesy... but I really liked it. It is a made for TV movie, so it was very clean, went very fast, and was an easy watch. I couldn't stop staring at Costas Mandylor... whoever that is. He was easy on the eyes as well ;)

Allison B (mx) wrote: Borring!!!!! Yea the kid is cute and trying to pull fire alarm! Yes the teacher drives me insane. Just a weak film I consider it a dud and I rather watch the Claymation movie lol

Peter P (fr) wrote: A sad movie about comedians, saw it when I was younger, but haven no interest in ever seeing it again.

Gregory W (fr) wrote: this puissy has teeth

Dylan B (us) wrote: I've just realised I only ever saw this film on a small, black & white telly. If I get to see it in full, glorious technicolor on the silver screen - I'll no doubt give it that fifth star. Elephant People and bicycle polo - two of my favourite things to include in a film (the other three are: dwarfs, geese and revolving doors, in case you're wondering).

Ashley H (ru) wrote: Submarine Alert is a decent film. It is about Nazi spies who use a stolen shortwave transmitter prototype to broadcast top secret shipping info to an offshore Japanese sub. Richard Arlen and Wendy Barrie give good performances. The screenplay is a little slow in places. Frank McDonald did an alright job directing this movie. I liked this motion picture because of the action.

Laurie W (mx) wrote: my favourite abbott and costello movie

Jason S (gb) wrote: it wasn't that great kindof funny

Nathan H (jp) wrote: Generic Syfy movie following in the wake of Sharknado. It did have some of the funniest shark attack scenes though.

Carlos D (es) wrote: I liked how,while glamorous --the way you become "rich" when you're selling drugs-- this documentary goes straight and to the point,showing us that if,you sell them,you either get arrested or will die,end of discussion.The "government vs drugs" topic is also something to think about...

Brett B (us) wrote: Only reason it's half good is because Bruce Willis. The kid is really annoying

Ethan S (mx) wrote: This is one of the few cases in movies where video games translate well into film. The movie version has everything you might look for in the adaptation of a fighting game. Especially one as famous as Mortal Kombat. The movie has a plot close to the story, with all the main characters, and action scenes that left you engaged and wanting more. The movie also sports an amazing cast, and thrilling plot that leaves you excited and glued to your seat. It's a shame the sequel couldn't capture the magic that made this one so great.