It’s easy to add the Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis classic Christmas with the Kramks to that list. This movie is more than a movie, it’s a state of mind, so it’s important to recognize it.

 

It’s hard to believe that Christmas with the Kranks came out in 2004.




The film follows the Kranks as they navigate their first Christmas without their daughter.

 

The pair decided to skip Christmas and go on a Caribbean cruise.

How come a movie like that only gets five percent on the Tomatoes? I’m also asking that same thing.

 

The main issue people have with the film is that the neighbors bully the Kranks into celebrating Christmas.

I think their friends and family only do this because they love the holiday season.

It wouldn’t be a big deal if they moved and the family who bought their house didn’t celebrate Christmas.

 

The film reminds me of the true meaning of Christmas.

It shows that you don’t have to spend a lot of money to feel the Christmas spirit.

It’s time for the universe to respect this movie.