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Comedy woke movies that make the BBC website look sensible.


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I just watched the wokest movie ever made, it had me giggling(though mostly in amazement that anyone could make such utter drivel) through most of it. All Dosbodders should see it (but with a skinful and a good temper, it will help!)

It must have been written by George Soros and the BBC news editors between them, and simply has to be seen to be believed.

It's called "Christmas in London" and was on Channel 5.

Try it, really, it's like a parallel universe. 

 

 

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Just now, MrPin said:

Most Christmas themed films are sentimental drivel.

True but this took it a few steps further. Imagine *The Holiday" with every woke cliché you can imagine added in, but without the charming Miss Diaz. I don't think any migrants were included, but otherwise it was a full house. 

 

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That looks like an excellent spoof @Captain Cavey

Armando Ianucci has a very surreal sense of humour.

I remember a radio "fake news" sketch suggesting the stations on the Circle line, were slipping round to the wrong position, like beads on a string

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The Sony Movies Channel on Freeview shows these insipid christmas movies one after another, my Mrs has them on in the background while she's doing other stuff. I've watched a few.

Seems to me the storylines are procedurally generated, they all have basically the same formulaic setup, just a different (in most cases) set of vaguely familiar faces from '90s/00s TV.

We can both lay out the plot to the end within the first 10 minutes.

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33 minutes ago, Boglet said:

The Sony Movies Channel on Freeview shows these insipid christmas movies one after another, my Mrs has them on in the background while she's doing other stuff. I've watched a few.

Seems to me the storylines are procedurally generated, they all have basically the same formulaic setup, just a different (in most cases) set of vaguely familiar faces from '90s/00s TV.

We can both lay out the plot to the end within the first 10 minutes.

I only realised quite how many "straight to video" Christmas films existed when about four years ago Channel 5 started up with its showing two every afternoon throughout December.

I don't think I've ever watched a Christmas film per se as opposed to always on at Christmas (Wizard of Oz, The Great Escape) or with a Christmas setting (the aforementioned Die Hard or A Christmas Carol).

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10 hours ago, dgul said:

My son recently told me that Die Hard was the best Christmas movie ever.   Having thought it over, I think he might be right.

My memories of enjoyable Xmas movies as a kid were slumped on the sofa, slightly pissed and overly stuffed, watching movies where various non whites were shot n killed by white people.

Ace.

 

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14 hours ago, swiss_democracy_for_all said:

I just watched the wokest movie ever made, it had me giggling(though mostly in amazement that anyone could make such utter drivel) through most of it. All Dosbodders should see it (but with a skinful and a good temper, it will help!)

It must have been written by George Soros and the BBC news editors between them, and simply has to be seen to be believed.

It's called "Christmas in London" and was on Channel 5.

Try it, really, it's like a parallel universe. 

 

 

This?

 

I doubt Soros was involved - it has the production budget comparable to your average Senegalese household's weekly income, and all the acting ability of a Grange Hill pilot episode.

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2 hours ago, maynardgravy said:

This?

 

I doubt Soros was involved - it has the production budget comparable to your average Senegalese household's weekly income, and all the acting ability of a Grange Hill pilot episode.

No not that - had no idea there were so many things called "Christmas in London"!

Apparently sometimes called "A Christmas Exchange". Definitely in the So-bad-it's-good category.

 

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I came across something that fits the description of 'really shit Christmas movie' while clearing some stuff out this afternoon. Can't remember where the BotLets got it from, it's an animation with the storyline of:

...people are sad and miserable as December 25th approaches, because no-one can remember the words of a vaguely sentimental song which promises goodwill upon the expectation of being given a gift...

I'm sure there's a magic reindeer mixed up in it too. Suffice it to say that once they recover the words and tune for "We Wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" all is well again.

It's almost as if someone saw the VeggieTales "Toy That Saved Christmas" and thought, "We can't have these Christians taking the piss out of the commercialisation of Christmas - let's produce a cartoon that tells kids that Christmas is a mush of platitudes that don't actually make sense!"

For those of you who've never been indoctrinated by Bob the Tomato and Larry the Cucumber, you might enjoy the subversive humour of:

 

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Mrs. Boglet has got another of these shit christmas movies on - 'Last Christmas'

It's got Emilia Clarke in it but since I reckon there's very little chance of her getting her tits out in it, I've retired to the computer to continue Doom Eternal.

Before doing so I've looked this movie up on wikipedia and it really is everything I hate all in one place.

 

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No migrants? Not that woke then. I'll raise you Dolly Parton's Christmas on the Square.

90 minutes of all-singing all-dancing trendy brown folk, coupled with a multi-millionaire hag pretending to be broke and pontificating on how much better life is when you're dirt poor.

There is a DOSBODS-esque sub theme to it though: a rentier scum landlady who puts up all her prices and turfs out all the ethnic shopowners.xD

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