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Though it tries to root itself in the relatable situation of comparing oneself to others amid the often forced positivity of the Christmas season, Best. Christmas. Ever!’s disparate parts are so carelessly thrown together that it’s hard to take any of it seriously. Potential conflicts in the marriages of its two central couples are tonally incompatible with the film’s corny humor and a Miracle on 34th Street-esque subplot about the adults’ children trying to prove that Santa is real. This is a totally mixed stew of Christmas movie tropes without rhyme or reason, which would have had a chance to at least be campy if its actors weren’t phoning it in either.
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