His annual Christmas party faltering thanks to his cynical brother-in-law, former Growing Pains star Kirk Cameron attempts to save the day by showing him that Jesus Christ remains a crucial component of the over-commercialized holiday..
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Kirk is enjoying the annual Christmas party extravaganza thrown by his sister until he realizes he needs to help out Christian, his brother-in-law, who has a bad case of the bah-humbugs. Kirk's fresh look at Christmas provides Christian the chance to see Christ is where He has always been: at the center of our Christmas celebrations and traditions. Can Kirk save his in-law's opinions on Christmas or will he have to celebrate the holiday without him?Written by
Kirk Cameron responded to the film's almost universally negative reviews by pleading with his fans on his Facebook page: "Help me storm the gates of Rotten Tomatoes. All of you who love 'Saving Christmas'--go rate it at Rotten Tomatoes right now and send the message to all the critics that WE decide what movies we want our families to see. If 2,000 of you (out of almost 2 million on this page) take a minute to rate 'Saving Christmas', it will give the film a huge boost and more will see it as a result! Thank you for all your help and support in putting the joy of Christ back in Christmas!" This actually resulted in a severe backlash against the film, in which Internet users traveled to the Rotten Tomatoes page and condemned the film. Cameron later blamed this action on "haters and atheists". He didn't explain how encouraging his followers to lie and give a favorable rating to a film many of them hadn't seen wold put Christ back in Christmas. ' See more »
During Kirk Cameron's opening monologue his cup (which is supposed to be full of hot chocolate) is obviously empty. See more »
This is a complete hijacking! This is a hijacking! Hi-handed, hijacking! Handedness-jacking! It's like a car-jacking of our religion!
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Less than a minute into the end credits, there's around 3 minutes of bloopers. After all the credits have rolled, there's around 2 more minutes of bloopers. See more »
The loser Kirk Cameron actually tried to falsify the rating for this movie here and on Rotten Tomatoes.
Someone should tell him that lying and cheating are not acceptable Christian values.
Someone should also tell him that he's celebrating a Pagan holiday. These things he decided are what makes Christmas what it is are the commercialized things that don't actually have anything to do with Christmas. It's like the guy owns stock in Christmas supplies.
If you claim you like this movie, you are a liar. Since lying is a Christian no-no, you're going to Hell. Enjoy.
Not everyone should be allowed to make movies, especially when they have a political or religious agenda.
God likes an honest Atheist more than a lying Christian.
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