It’s my second time watching this and it’s held up well. I’d forgotten that it’s in part a loose adaptation of A Christmas Carol, which works for getting laughs but also serves the plot. It brings some much needed structure to a film about a night long Christmas Eve bender.
An American author (Brooke Shields) escapes to Scotland to rediscover her roots and buy a castle. She must contend with its irritable owner (Cary Elwes).
FBI agent Dwayne Johnson tracks art thieves Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot as they race to find a lost artefact that belonged to Cleopatra.
A brooding toll booth operator in rural Wales (Michael Smiley) seeks to keep his dark history a secret from the locals, and notably a bored police officer (Annes Elwy).
In the old west, a child watches as his family is murdered by a cowboy (Idris Elba). When he grows up to be a man (Jonathan Majors), he tracks down the murderer to seek revenge.
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