Deck the Halls Synopsis
Neighbors in a New England town declare war over a preponderance of Christmas lights.
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Deck me in the balls

By Naked_movie_goer
I would rather get "decked in the balls" than see deck the halls....

Predictable but definately worth going

By Grasshopper
It will get you in the holiday spirit, even though the movie is somewhat predictable. Take the time....

Refund

By lickablebean
If the commericals are better then the movie then they shouldn't release the movie.  DeVito was funny...but Broderick will make you suffer.Awful!...

Deck The Halls

By Dragonstalon
Mathew Broderick and Danny Devito worked great off of each other. The rivalry between Mathew's straight laced doctor against Danny's devious salesman was very funny. The special effects of the...

Deck the Hall's

By lisalou
This was the slowest uneventful movie that I've ever seen. I kept waiting for something to happen but finally - My daughter (24) and I gave up. We probably left 10 min early but we came to the...

Quite Enjoyable!

By Irishgeminigurl
Of corse, it had the normal Christmas story line... "Which is more important, your family or being the best ___?", however, I found it quite humorous! I saw it in theaters with a friend, and we kept...

Deck the Halls

By kyle858
Not a bad movie...plot was a little over done but all in all a good holiday, feel good movie to go see as a family....

Deck The Halls

By Sir_Finck
Funnier than expected. An enjoyable movie....

cliche holiday flick

By mr. balboa
fine to get you in the spirit, but the entire movie is predictable..... typical hollywood formula film....

Eh.

By Kyndal_The_Movie_Goer
Its okay. I would of rather went to see a different movie. I wouldnt go see it again. And its not funny it likes little kids stupid funny. If you have a kida from the ages of 5-9 take them theyll...

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Rated PG | For some crude and suggestive humor, and for language
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