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A Christmas Story 2 this October
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'A Christmas Story 2' Is Coming to Shoot Your Eye Out This October

Quote: Yes, friends, whether you like it or not we're finally getting that long-awaited Christmas Story sequel no one ever asked for this October 30, courtesy of Warner Home Entertainment, which means it's going straight to DVD/Blu-ray. Jingle All the Way director Brian Levant (who our own Scott Weinberg called a "soft-focus tripod" via Twitter) is behind this one, with a story that looks to pick up with Ralphie (Braeden Lemasters) as a teenager who desperately wants a Red Ryder 1938 Hupmobile Skyline Convertible for Christmas. Daniel Stern will play Ralphie's "Old Man," while Stacey Travis is his mother, and Valin Shinyei is brother Randy. Don't worry, both Flick (David W. Thompson) and Schwartz (David Buehrle) are in it too.

I think I'd rather shoot my eye out.Yoda-facepalm
Fry: "What was the purpose of life, anyway?"
Farnsworth: "Who knows? Probably some hogwash about the human spirit."
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Begun, the war on Christmas has...
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They already made a sequel to Christmas Story, it was called "It Runs in the Family," aka "My Summer Story."

I've seen "It Runs in the Family", and it was no "A Christmas Story." The only worse idea would be a sequel to "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
I find your lack of faith disturbing.Vader-evil
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(08-18-2012, 06:53 PM)DarthVader25566 Wrote: They already made a sequel to Christmas Story, it was called "It Runs in the Family," aka "My Summer Story."

QFT. The original film was lightning in a bottle. It was more than just the plot or the fact it was about Christmas. It was the setting, direction and cast.

(08-18-2012, 06:53 PM)DarthVader25566 Wrote: I've seen "It Runs in the Family", and it was no "A Christmas Story." The only worse idea would be a sequel to "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."

They did, twice.

Both were bad, made even more terrible by the absence of Boris Karloff and Chuck Jones, and the fact that, unless they were prequels (the fate of Max in the Halloween one would suggest that at least that one isn't), they destroyed the ending and message of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," by having the Grinch back to being evil and terrorizing Whoville.
In this world, you must be oh so smart or oh so pleasant. Well, for years I was smart. I recommend pleasant.
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so has anyone seen this? is it bad?
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I never knew they made a sequel... still sounds like a bad idea.Blink

Has anyone seen it?
If you do not hope, you will not find what is beyond your hopes. ~ St. Clement of Alexandra
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I've seen it and trust me it's as bad as it sounds. Jean Shepherd must be turning in his grave.
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