Christmas is just around the corner and that means lots of moviegoing, which is why there’s something of a cottage industry dedicated to keeping track of what’s happening around the globe.
But that’s where the holiday comes in: There’s the ever-present “Christmas Movie Countdown,” and there’s the annual holiday film festival, which typically sees a slew of new movies that are released in a few days.
But there’s one that stands out from the pack: The Christmas Story.
The movie is actually quite a different animal than many others we’ve seen in recent years.
Instead of the traditional “love letter to Christmas” narrative, the movie centers on a couple of guys in the film, Will and Mickey, who are trying to make it through the holidays with their son, Dobby, who they have been trying to raise as a single parent.
In fact, the film is all about them trying to find a way to make sure their son gets a decent Christmas without having to put up with the constant whining of other families.
The Christmas Story, in other words, is not a Christmas film.
It’s not a Disney movie.
And it’s not even a Disney Christmas movie.
It is the Christmas movie that will never die.
The first movie we have the honor of reviewing is The Christmas Episode, which will undoubtedly get a ton of play in the coming weeks.
The movie tells the story of the life of Mickey Mouse as he and his best friend, Donald Duck, try to find themselves and each other after a life-changing encounter with a spirit.
It follows the two boys as they navigate the treacherous and unforgiving world of Christmas, as they try to make the best of a life that is often difficult and fraught.
The two most recent Christmas movies that have received a lot of play are Disney’s animated film, Coco and the live-action animated film that is, in fact, The Lion King.
In addition, there are plenty of films that take place over the holiday season, including The Legend of Tarzan, The Christmas Special, The Nutcracker, The Good Dinosaur, and even some of Disney’s more recent animated films, including Zootopia and Cars 3.
And of course, there’s also a Christmas-themed version of The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Snowman and other classic holiday movies that were adapted into the modern day.
So there’s no shortage of holiday movies to choose from when it comes to what’s best for you and your family, and the ones that you’ll probably never see on the big screen are the ones with a lot to offer.
We know that a good story, good actors, and great writing can make up for a lot, and The Christmas Adventures of Will and Donald certainly fits the bill.