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on being a bad santa

there's no doubt about it, bad santa has more in common with leaving las vegas than miracle on 34th street. and for what must be some deeply twisted reasons, i'll admit that i laughed out loud through most of the movie, despite the fact that about two-thirds of the way through it starts to get the feel of those saturday night live skits that drags out just a little too long.

you've got to hand it go billy bob thorton - it takes some kind of magic to get a theatre full of patrons to laugh at a degenerate santa drinking himself to death while abusing everyone within earshot.

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11/28/2003 11:24:00 PM 0 comments


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