White Christmas Synopsis
Ex-Army pals (Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye) do a show with a sister act.
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Movie Reviews

Now Christmas is complete!

By jillclarannegrawe
Love this movie...such a classic. Shmaltz and sentimentality to fill you up through the holiday season. If you can keep a dry eye while the soldiers are singing, "We'll Follow the Old Man", then...

White Christmas

By fordebbiem
It was a wonderful movie, they don't make great movies like this any more....

White Christmas

By Furmans123
It was great to finally see this classic movie on the Big Screen. The colors and the detail were unreal. I'm glad we went....

Holiday Tradition

By SPIguy
It's not the holidays at my house until we watch this classic!...

White Christmas

By rr2lester796
My wife's favorite movie which is why we went. It was amazing to see it on the big screen. Amazing quality considering how long ago it was made. Made for a very enjoyable evening!...


By lindenkl
Love the fact that classics are still in the theatre! White Christmas is the best Christmas movie, and seeing younger kids in the theatre enjoying it and laughing means that this is a classic that...

Go see this classic on the BIG SCREEN!

By titanic1
This is one of my all time favorite holiday movies. To have the chance to see it on the big screen was a dream come true. I recommend everyone to go see it and support bringing back the oldies to...

Fantastic To See On Big Screen!

By AveryFamily3
Truely a loved classic! Grew up watching this on small home tv, so very different seeing it on the big screen,...

Sisters, Sisters

By mlleaimee
Classic. Especially on the big screen....

If you like "White Christmas," see it on the big screen

By Moira998
The movie has so much color and life it's a pleasure to see it on the big screen, as was intended by the filmmakers. You'll see emotional nuances invisible on the TV screen and the big musical...

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What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 8+ Musical-comedy classic reprises Irving Berlin hit.
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