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Sunday, February 13, 2011

Jingle All the Way

Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as mattress salesman Howard Langston in Jingle All the Way.
A few days before Christmas, Howard's wife Liz asks him whether he has purchased the action figure doll named Turboman that their son has been talking about nonstop for his Christmas present. He tells her that he has done so, but in actuality it entirely slipped his mind. A mad dash then ensues between Howard and a mailman named Myron (Sinbad), who is in a similar situation, to acquire one of the few available dolls left in the city.

70 comments:

  1. Sounds gripping, bet it's got some classic comedy lines in this

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  2. 'Put the cookie down!' Haha, I love this film!

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  3. I used to watch this move every Christmas eve, an AWESOME movie.

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  4. i find it just so humorous that the whole friggen city is so crazy over a damn toy lol.

    I wonder if Arnie will do anymore movies now thats hes not the governator anymore

    Sucks Phil Hartman got murdered always remembered him in lots of the simpsons episodes and lots of other past funny movies

    he will be missed

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  5. DUUUUUDE this movie is so classic omfg you win so much right now :D

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  6. I must admit I havent seen this movie yet. Will pick it up this christmas I swear

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  7. I really enjoyed this movie. I don't know why, most people I know hated it. Something to do with fighting the army of Santas. Always entertaining haha!

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  8. This brings back memories from when I saw this as a kid. I had that toy lol.

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  9. This was a hilarious movie! I've watched this every christmas since it's been released, classic!

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  10. I had a turboman doll that I took everywhere. This movie was great back then.

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  11. The toy from that move looks so awesome!

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  12. This sounds good, I'll try it out.

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  13. holy crap arnold on a christmas movie must be the end of the world

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  14. I completely forgot about this movie, but I did think it was good the last time I saw it. Well, maybe not good in a traditional sense, but it was entertaining!

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  15. Haha saw this on itv2 just before christmas, genuinly liked it. Good post

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  16. omg, the nostalgia! i remember when i watched this movie as a kid, i loved it :D

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  17. Good old Arnie! Hes coming back to the film industry! Whoop!

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  18. cool blog im always looking for the best independent and unknown films. my suggestion this week is never let me go.

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  19. loved this movie as a kid, arnold is the best

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  21. this was one of my favorite movies as a kid lol

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  22. hands down one of my favorite arnold movies

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  23. i loved this movie. i am going to find it and watch it again as soon as possible.

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  24. Oooh man I remember watching this when I was younger, one of his better movies. They don't make them like this anymore.

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  25. @Mrjojo

    arnold has california to run now,


    no more movies like this one ='(

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  26. Yeah Arnolds attempt to break away from his 'action star' tag went ok with films like Twins and Kindergarden Cop (still action type film tho I guess) but this one...yeah not so good!

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  27. my favorite part is when phil hartman's character is jizzing over arnold's wife's cookies, "put dat cookie daaaahhhhhhwwwnnnnnnn"

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  28. Remember when he lied about there being a bomb in the packet, to get away from the police?
    And there was.
    What a sick world we live in, indeed. Haha.

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  29. nice movie, definitely going to watch

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  30. mmm, like home alone it reminds me of when I was younger

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  31. Awsome movie i remember watching it back in the day, for as hardcore as arnold was he was good for funny movies to

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  32. Oh god, underrated, maybe, but for a reason! Arnold movies are all terrible in their own way, no matter how epic they try to be (Terminator)

    Supporting!

    Garage Zoku

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  33. classic! this and Home Alone = perfect christmas movies

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  34. Got to love Arnold more as an actor than as the govenator. IL BE BACK

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  35. haha this movie is ancient but hilarious when i watched it

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  36. havnt seen this movie in forever

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  37. arnold was great in this movie.. probably one of his best family movies yet.

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  38. I didn't even know Arnold was in this movie lol

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  39. Oh man I think I remember seeing this a really long time ago, hah

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  40. I remember this movie from ages ago, it was one of Arnies better comedy films, I enjoyed it thoroughly.

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  41. The Arnie accent always ends in good comedies

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  42. I liked this flick. Really portrays the insane pre-X-mas shopping riot that goes on in almost every mall in America.

    Post more, please!

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  43. I agree with this. This really enjoyable movie if you have twelve pack of beer and couple of friends with you when you watch it.

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  44. I like the cast, may as well check it out should pick it up cheap!

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  45. I LOVE Arnold Schwarzenegger <3 <3
    Gonna watch that, thank you! :-D

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  46. BEST xmas film ever!!! along with elf

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  47. I've loved all Schwarzeneggers' movies so far, thanks for the tip :)

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  48. I think I went to see this in the movietheater when I was a kid. Nice film.

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  49. I love this movie, its on every year for me!

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  50. This is such a funny movie, a must watch!

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  51. haha, lithuanian television shows this on every christmas :D

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  52. This is one of my favorite movies of all time. Sinbad is hilarious in it!

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  53. Who here likes the part with Ted and Howard on the phone the cookie scene.

    Howard: Can you just put Liz on the phone.
    Ted: Liz is in the shower want me to go check?
    Howard: NOOO!!!
    Howard: ON your way outt, tell Liz that I called.
    Ted: MMMMMMM these cookiess!!
    Howard: Put those cookies down

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