Four Christmases

Four Christmases
Brad and Kate have the perfect relationship and the perfect reason for NOT visiting their families during the holidays. For Christmas each year, the couple opts to go on an exotic vacation instead of suffering through the holidays with their divorced parents and equally irritating siblings. But when their plans to travel to Fiji during Christmas don’t go as planned, the couple is forced to make four separate stops and endure the humiliation unleashed by their parents. As the day becomes more chaotic, the couple struggles to keep their own relationship and sanity intact. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Four Christmases”.

∙ Brad and Kate’s Fiji holiday has been postponed and they’re on the road, headed to their parents houses. When they’re on their way to Brad’s dad’s home and again when they go to Kate’s mom’s place, the white headrests in the couple’s vehicle are smooth with no extra detailing on them. But, when they’re on their way to the other visits, each of the headrests now how extra detailing/design on them.

∙ Brad and Kate are at Marilyn’s home. She’s holding Courtney’s baby when he throws up on her. While she’s in the bathroom trying to clean up, Kate grabs the baby wipes from Courtney’s bag. An EPT box can be seen sticking out from the top of the bag. But, in the close-up view of the bag when Kate walks over and begins to rummage through it, the box can’t be seen. It’s buried under some of the other things in the bag.

∙ Kate and Brad, along with the others, are playing Taboo at Paula’s house. In the side view of them, when Paula says “can’t say ‘see’”, there is only a red and gold runner on the table next to them. But, a couple seconds later, when Brad says their time is up, the game’s timer is next to Kate’s arm on the table.

“Four Christmases” (2008) stars Vince Vaughn, Reese Witherspoon, Robert Duvall, Sissy Spacek, Jon Voight, Jon Favreau, Mary Steenburgen, Kristin Chenoweth, Tim McGraw, Dwight Yoakam and Katy Mixon. It runs 88 minutes and is rated PG-13 for some sexual humor and language.

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