I know what you are thinking, and the answer is yes.This type of film has been done so many times before.White), who lost his driver’s license after a string of DUIs.They have lunch with their mother, the respectable Wilimena Deeds (Phylicia Rashad).Four days before Christmas, we see the family attending a morning church service.We know the year is 2016 (indicated earlier in the movie), so we know the date is December 21, 2016. It seems highly unlikely that there would be a Wednesday morning church service.
And there are certain things that I am anal about, one of them being drivers-- part of that is from what I want to say to some drivers..the one that decide to join me inside of a restaurant and sat down at the table and ordered up lobster and didn't pay. ' But some of it is like, you know, a hyper version of myself but I'm not THAT crazy...there are sometimes, I don't know -- I don't parallel park very well-- so, if there's no valet..seems "bourgie" but it's really because I can't parallel park. GU: Yummy, I love his accent and he's very manly-- that was the word that we all kept using [to describe him]. Like, when you see him with his own daughter, you're just like '[sighs]', and when you see him with either of the girl on screen or around the set and it's just '[sighs]' and then you see him at the club and it's like 'hmmm'-- he's THAT GUY.
The dysfunctional family ripping at each other's throats, using profanity at each other and by the end of the movie, they are all smiling, drinking eggnog (elf cum just kidding) and singing Kumbaya while looking at a glaring Christmas tree.
On the other hand, this film truly does have an all-star cast, the director has improved from his last film, it is entertaining, and this film is a nice way to start the holiday season. Talbert (Baggage Claim), the film depicts a family coming together for the holidays soon after their beloved matriarch has died.
Inspired by the site's relationship advice column to find the one, Gabby and Nell embark on their own journeys towards the elusive 10th date, the dating world's Holy Grail when it comes to commitment.
Meanwhile, Billie finds herself at a major crossroads in her marriage and Margot unsuccessfully tries to fight her growing attraction to a famously controversial reggae musician she is assigned to interview.