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Plot: A father vows to get his son a Turbo Man action figure for Christmas. However, every store is sold out of them, and he must travel all over town and compete with everybody else in order to find one. Runtime: 89 min Release Date: 11 Dec 1996
One of the most hilarious film of all time in My opinion is Jingle All The Way! It stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, Phil Hartman, Rita Wilson, Robert Conrad, Martin Mull, Jake Lloyd, James Belushi, Paul Wight, and Richard Moll. Arnold is very good in this film and he is funny. Sinbad is hilarious in this film. I amazed how big Sinbad is when he stands next to Arnold. Hartman is very good in this film too and he shows that he really was a quality actor. The wrestler Paul Wight who is a huge man also performed good. The action is really great and a lot of the scenes are really cool! The <more>
dialog is really smart in this movie. The music by David Newman is good. I really like this film and I think its one of the best! If you love Arnold and the other cast members and love Christmas action comedy films then I strongly recommend Jingle All The Way today!Movie Nuttball's NOTES:Here are some other Arnold recommendations: Conan the Barbarian, Conan the Destroyer, Red Sonja, The Terminator, Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Terminator 3: The Rise of the Machines, The Running Man, Raw Deal, Commando, Predator, Total Recall, Kindergarten Cop, Last Action Hero, True Lies, Junior, Eraser, Batman and Robin, End of Days, and Collateral Damage!
I almost swallowed my Texas chilli bowl i laughed so hard (by filk2000)
Arnold at his very best, or should i say the Governor of California. Every Christmas since this masterpiece came out i've awaited it's return. When its on i put on my 'Jingle all the way clothes' complete with Cinncinati bow-tie. I wear these to fully enjoy the experience of viewing 'jingle'. At a mere 23 years of age i count myself so lucking i discovered it so soon in life. I see it as a mix between the Green mile and Around the world in 40 days. The main aspects of the film are comedy gold, a father desparetly trying to save the relationship with his son. Whilst his <more>
wife is under threat from a neighbour who'd like to have rumpy pumpy with her. Not since mowser in Police Academy have i expressed such anger at a film character. i had to take my Ritalin to calm down in the end Ha ha. Anyone who hasn't seen this film should make it a must see. Its the 90s equivalent of the Godfather. On a scale of 1 to 10, I'd give it a well deserved 16 thumbs up, Chenoble style. Holla
Arnold plays a busy working father who never keeps his promises. He has one chance to redeem himself by getting his son a turbo man for Christmas. The only problem is it's Christmas Eve and turbo man is the hottest selling present ever.Inspired by the sales of tickle me Elmo, this movie shows the crazy side of Christmas shopping as Arnold battles a disgruntled mail man, a police officer, a reindeer, a room full of people dressed as Santa clauses, fellow shoppers, and even chases a little kid through a play place.His son's affection, trust, and his marriage are all on the line over him <more>
simply getting one toy. This is a great film that people of all ages will enjoy. 10/10
Did the final product mean to age so well and stand as the true meaning of Christmas? Was it satire or all a very lucky accident? Either way, its fun (by diac228)
Satires are hard to come by. Good satires are much more rare. Satires that fooled everyone, from the audience to the actors playing in the film are toughest to find. Jingle All The Way achieves just that. By throwing a social commentary joke over the heads of audiences instead of into their minds, and then by delivering a biting message that stands just as true today as it did when it first came out, Jingle All The Way went from disappointment to one of the most realistic holiday films ever, despite its lack of realism. The hypocritical statements are flying in this first paragraph, but the <more>
truth is almost everyone missed the joke, the main picture. What looks like pure family fun turns into commentary with an attack on commercialism and the American public buying into the scheme. Even if you don't want to look into the deeper details, why skip out on Sinbad and The Terminator going at it?Jingle All The Way follows a workaholic dad by the name of Howard who disappoints his wife and son year after year. After missing another karate practice, Howard promises to not only show up at the parade the next day, but also get his son the TurboMan doll that is based off Jamie's favorite television show, favorite cereal, and favorite hero. The catch is simple: it is impossible to find the doll since it's a massive hit. Not only that, but most shipments are not arriving on Christmas Eve notice the setting getting a bit dangerous , therefore increasing the supply-and-demand. Howard is still determined to find the doll and not disappoint again. Christmas Eve turns into D-Day on the shores of stores across the nation.This sort of idea has always been present in television shows everywhere, but to take a simple concept and stretch it into a full-length motion picture is a challenge to the utmost level. Thankfully, we have good writing by Randy Kornfield, decent direction by Brian Levant, and the supervision of Chris Columbus Home Alone, Harry Potter, Mrs. Doubtfire, Adventures in Babysitting . Looking past the seemingly heavy dosage of criticism against American society and Big Business, we see the cast throw our victim fathers into every possible awful and unfortunate scenario possible, and the range of ideas presented are amazing.Arnold Schwarzenegger must have a sense of humor, because he isn't afraid of embarrassing himself by getting beat up and pulverized by the holiday rush, a bitter mailman, and a Santa Claus that can scare blind children. His performance by no means is Oscar-worthy, but we see him with his determination like in his usual action films, but in a whole new arena, a totally different atmosphere, and that just adds a dosage of humor to the entire film. To see an action star have to claw his way out of a melee of people trying to get bouncy balls is priceless. Almost as rare as Schwarzenegger looking wimpy is Sinbad in a superb film. His performance as the disgruntled mailman just matches him perfectly, and his determination to get the doll is just as bad. Rounding out the cast is a bunch of underrated and/or B-list stars like the brilliant Phil Hartman, Rita Wilson, Robert Conrad, and James Belushi.Why in the world would anyone want to skip a movie in which we see a rumble involving an angry dad and a bunch of Santa Claus frauds running an illegal toy-manufacturing/distributing operation Best scene of the movie for sure ? Why miss out on The Terminator take on a raging reindeer? Why skip out on a mailman posing as TurboMan's villain and flipping the bird to spectators during a family parade? With an endless amount of silly, over-the-top, brilliant moments in which represent Christmas at its truest, Jingle All The Way stands as the most realistic holiday movie ever, since it really shows what its all about. Forget the sappy messages you see in Christmas movies, it doesn't matter what you did, what illegal things you performed, how many assaults you have committed, as long as you get that gosh-darn toy for your child in Christmas, it will all be forgiven.Everything in this film, whether unintended or intentional, downplays the meaning of Christmas and all that goes on. There isn't a single decent Santa Claus in the film; they are all corrupt human beings with a different agenda. The stores are not trying to please anyone; they just want money for themselves and enjoy seeing people scrap for chances of earning a doll like starving dogs fighting over a hunk of meat. The main child doesn't say he wants his dad to stay home for Christmas, he says he wants a certain doll, and even recites the entire commercial, including the final words "Batteries Not Included." Nobody is helping each other; everyone is fighting, pushing people towards aisles and toy displays. While the entire thing is comical, it truly does happen in the real world. There was even one pivotal scene in which Byron the mailman discusses the importance of getting that special gift; he compares himself to another child that got the hot item on a certain year. Byron is disappointed, grows up to become a loser; neighbor that gets the doll becomes a multi-millionaire.Can a Christmas without material possessions scar you and turn you into a loser? Or is it Commercial America making it seem that way? Is this film a perfect satire or did it accidentally become that way? While the clues are pointing towards lampoon, Levant looks like he really aimed for the heartfelt, emotional Christmas movie with the bittersweet ending. Instead, we get a film that predates and apparently predicts the Tickle Me Elmo, Pokemon, Playstation, and Furby holiday horror stories. From the campy introduction to the hysterical final showdown, it's a great movie for what it is, and after aging like fine wine, becomes something moreaccidental or not.
One of the best Christmas movies I've ever seen (by Catherine_Grace_Zeh)
JINGLE ALL THE WAY, in my opinion, is one of the best Christmas movies I've ever seen. I thought that Howard Arnold Schwarzenegger should have paid a little more attention to his family. The one person I really couldn't stand was Myron Sinbad . This was because of his attitude. Plus, he tried to hurt Jamie Jake Lloyd . I must say that Howard was very foolish to wait so long to buy Jamie's present. Even my parents have more sense than that! No offense to you, Howard. If you ask me, Liz Rita Wilson looked very beautiful in the nightgown she wore. The part that really made me <more>
laugh the most was when Howard broke into Ted's Phil Hartman house and stole the Turbo Man doll that was supposed to be for Johnny E.J. De La Pena . This was because Ted's reindeer charged at Howard and caused him to set the living room carpet on fire. That was absolutely hilarious! In conclusion, I highly recommend this holiday smash to everyone... especially all you Arnold Schwarzenegger fans who have not seen it. When you see it, prepare to laugh and have a good time.
This Arnold flick is so great in countless ways. Mainly because it is a kick in the nuts to our modern commercial Christmas. After seeing this movie, you have to admit that our way of celebrating Christmas is a tragic joke. It shows all these obnoxious little brats, brainwashed by commercials and selfish dreams. It shows the desperation of their parents, dying to satisfy needless means.It shows the decay of the western society, filled with egoism and evil. Arnold is extremely funny, and the rest of the cast is great for this story.A great scene is when Arnold punches a raindeer in the face. <more>
This is just what this movie is - a knockout for Santa.Every person who`s planning a materialistic Christmas that means everybody ought to see this brilliant movie. This is naturally no favorite among those who prefer a commercial Christmas, but I don`t think YOU want to stay in that group......not after "Jingle all the Way".Merry non-commercial and more religious Christmas!
This movie is so ridiculous, but so funny at the same time. I watch it every Christmas just to hear many of the Schwarzenegger phrases like: - Who told you you could eat my cookies? - Put the cookie down...NOW! - Nobody likes you Booster maybe Sinbad's line - I'm not a pervert... and the many times he says "Jamie", I hated that darn brat...what a spoiled kid Anakin was.But this movie is funny how it shows that parents are crazy to get one toy for their spoiled little brat. Sinbad is hilarious, and I miss him in movies, and it has the good 'ol Phil Hartman.Arnold faces <more>
an army of Santas, which is funny as well as his corny lines I watch this to hear. Although this isn't the best Christmas movie, it's still enjoyable.
Everything about this movie is great. It has a great cast With a wonderfully sleazy Phil Hartman . A great script with loads of laughter.It's obviously created as a spoof for the Christmas buying crazes that go on in the world, where everybody must have that one very special toy.It has the look and feel of a children's movie - but I'm not sure it is, or was ever designed to be.Don't expect a Schwarzie action movie. It's more a live-action cartoon.Jingle all the way is a movie I've seen a couple of times now - and I'll watch it again and again. Good fun. 8/10.
great fun (by disdressed12)
i truly fail to see how this movie has such a low rating 4.7/10 on this site.i mean not only is it funny,but it's action packed,and family friendly.this is one fast paced movie,that doesn't let up.it's a true comedy of errors.the acting is also great in this one Schwarzenegger is in great comedic form here,as is Sinbad.i don't usually find Sinbad funny,but he was in this movie.and Arnie has shown his comedic side in a few movies,but i never expected him to be this funny in a comedy that fires on all cylinders.the only negative thing i would say about this movie is that it <more>
strays a bit into sappy territory briefly.there are a few suggestive scenes,but these would be above the heads of most kids,so like i said,this is a family friendly movie.there are some very funny moments throughout,and the movie is always entertaining.for me,Jingle All the way is an 8/10