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The channel will officially return to screens across the UK on Tuesday, September 10 playing nothing but24/7, with films such as Holiday Road Trip, Christmas With the Kranks, Silver Bells and Defending Santa on the schedule.
?Sunday, December 16 11am: The Polar Express (2004, U) 1.30pm: Christmas with the Kranks (2004, PG) ?
She and Dan Aykroyd went on to appear in My Girl and My Girl 2 as well as Christmas With The Kranks.
My mom had the idea for Skipping Christmas three years before the John Grisham novel came out (and six years before it was adapted into the terrible movie Christmas with the Kranks).
A Time to Kill was released in 1996 with Matthew McConaughey and Sandra Bullock, The Runaway Jury in 2003 with John Cusack and Rachel Weisz (left), as well as seasonal release Christmas with the Kranks.
Maybe it's not so odd that Curtis is on the CD after all, because Marley said it was she who originally suggested that he do a kids' album when they worked together on the 2004 movie "Christmas With the Kranks." Marley's part didn't make the final cut of the film, but Curtis had planted the seed for future music projects.
SUNDAY 21 PREMIERE Christmas with the Kranks (Five, 7pm) Adapted from the John Grisham novel Skipping Christmas, this is a warm but unadventurous, festive film about the importance of family and friends.
It's probably premature to call "This Christmas" a new holiday classic, but after having endured movies like "The Family Stone" and "Christmas with the Kranks" and countless others of this genre, it is a most welcome and delightful relief.
Better titled Dreck the Halls, it almost makes you wish they'd reissued Christmas With The Kranks instead.
In reality, the making of Little Miss Sunshine probably has more in common with Christmas with the Kranks than Clerks.
Christmas With The Kranks (PG) (12.30 Sat & Sun only)
The Christian groups used so effectively as ticket sellers are now busy raising the profile of Tim Allen's Christmas with the Kranks, apparently it's a Jewish-Christian feast of understanding.