Bad Santa 2

PLOT:

Boozy scoundrel Willie Soke returns for another holiday season as a department store Santa, assisted by his elfin crony, Marcus. This time, Willie and his potty-mouthed mom conspire to defraud a charity.

What people are saying:

“This film is far from perfect, but it made me and some other terribly frightened folks laugh for a while in the dark.” 4 stars

“…vulgar, nasty and offensive, but it has flawed aspects also so raunchy, you may feel the urge to wash your ears out with soap, not that the language is the only dirty thing about it…” 2 1/2 stars

“Equally as its predecessor Bad Santa is hilariously side splitting and an emotional roller coaster nail biting exciting and funny movie. Tony Cox is a hoot along with Kathy Bates and of course, Billy Bob Thornton and his adopted son screwball partner.

“The original Bad Santa is a comedy classic the sequel unfortunately doesn’t live up to the reputation of the first film. And a lot of it has to do with the weak writing and weak plot. Billy Bob Thornton is still fun to watch and still gives off Great performance. All of the cast does a decent job. Some of the jokes work and a lot of unfortunately don’t. It’s not the worst sequel out there but it’s probably not something you’re going to want to watch again like the first bad Santa.” 2 1/2 stars

“This really is not a bad movie. It came out probably 10 years too late (the original classic was in 2003) and Lauren Graham wasn’t in it due to the filming of “Gilmore Girls,” but the movie had a lot of laughs. It was good to see Willie back and still doing terribly, and Thurman Merman is almost as good as he was in the original. Christina Hendricks also was a good addition to the cast in lieu of Lauren Graham. This movie isn’t going to be on any Top 10 Best Christmas Movies of All-Time list, but it was good for 90 minutes of laughs if you aren’t expecting much.” 3 stars

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