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Dir: Sean Anders 2022 | 127 mins

Every Christmas Eve, the Ghost of Christmas Present (played by the hilarious Will Ferrell) handpicks a troubled soul for a supernatural intervention. But this season, he picked the wrong Scrooge. Clint Briggs (Ryan Reynolds) turns the tables on his ghostly host until Present finds himself reexamining his own past, present, and future.

Grab your Santa hats, jingle those bells, and get ready to sing along to the most spirited Christmas story you've ever experienced!

Starring Octavia Spencer, Ryan Reynolds, Sunita Mani, Tracy Morgan and Will Ferrell.

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