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Grab the family, light the yule log, and laugh all night long with the Christmas Comedy Collection! This amazing compilation features three of the funniest holiday films of all time: ELF, A CHRISTMAS STORY, and NATIONAL LAMPOON'S CHRISTMAS VACATION!

ELF: Christmas has never been more fun than when Buddy the elf goes to New York to save his real father from making Santa's naughty list. But when he arrives, he discovers a very unhappy place - and decides he has to show the city what Christmas spirit is all about!

A CHRISTMAS STORY: All Ralphie wants for Christmas is a Red Ryder BB-gun. How he goes about getting it is the focus of a comedy treasure that's both a yuletide tale and a warm look at 1940s Americana.

NATIONAL LAMPOON'S CHRISTMAS VACATION: The movie with a squirrel in the Christmas tree - and a house full of nuts. Traditions are disasters waiting to happen in this gleeful laugh-fest. It's a Griswold family holiday - deal with it!


Studio Warner
SKU 205542324
UPC 085391174844
UPC 14 00085391174844
Format DVD
Release Date 10/2/2007
Rating Rating
Aspect Ratio
Anamorphic Widescreen  1.85:1
Cast & Crew
Beverly D'Angelo - [Vacation] Actor
Bob Clark - [Story] Director
Bob Newhart - [Elf] Actor
Chevy Chase - [Vacation] Actor
Darren McGavin - [Story] Actor
Ian Petrella - [Story] Actor
James Caan - [Elf] Actor
Jeremiah S. Chechik - [Vacation] Director
Johnny Galecki - [Vacation] Actor
Jon Favreau - [Elf] Director
Juliette Lewis - [Vacation] Actor
Melinda Dillon - [Story] Actor
Peter Billingsley - [Story] Actor
Will Ferrell - [Elf] Actor
Zooey Deschanel - [Elf] Actor
ReviewSource Variety
Review [Vacation] Solid family fare with plenty of yocks, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation is Chevy Chase and brood doing what they do best. Despite the title, which links it to previous pics in the rambling Vacation series, this third entry is firmly rooted at the Griswold family homestead, where Clark Griswold (Chase) is engaged in a typical over-reaching attempt to give his family a perfect, old-fashioned Christmas...Acidic contrast to his fanatical focus on family comes from next-door neighbors Todd and Margot (Nicholas Guest and Julia Louis-Dreyfus) as a pair of suave young urbanites repelled by Chase's behavior. Script gets off some zingers at their lifestyles, too...A group piece in which the ensemble keeps growing as relatives arrive, pic really gains momentum when Randy Quaid shows up as redneck ne'er-do-well cousin, Eddie, driving an RV that looks like a septic tank on wheels...For the most part, helmer Jeremiah Chechik makes an adept debut, injecting plenty of energy and spirit.
ReviewRating 8
ReviewSource ReelViews
Review [Elf] Elf is being hailed in some quarters as the next great Christmas classic. The people making such a pronouncement must have seen a different cut of the movie than the one shown to me. Elf is a feather-light motion picture that embraces the Christmas spirit, but, in the process, forgets that it's trying to be a comedy. Maybe the problem is that Will Ferrell, as outrageous a comedian as there is, is neutered beyond his ability to be funny by the family friendly PG rating. Or maybe it's that the screenplay is pitched at a third grade level. Regardless, Elf is more likely to end up on the snow pile of forgettable Christmas-themed movies than in the vault of memorable ones...There's a difference between family movies and kids' movies. Titles in the former category are typically well-rounded motion pictures that offer genuine entertainment value to viewers of all ages. Films in the latter group will entertain those whose age remains in the single digits while hopefully not making their parents wish they were somewhere else. Elf wants to be thought of as a family film, but the reality is that it's a kids' picture. The best age for viewers of Elf is about seven or eight.
Reviewer James Berardinelli
ReviewRating 7
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review [Story] There are many small but perfect moments in "A Christmas Story," and one of the best comes after the Lifebouy is finally removed from Ralphie's mouth and he is sent off to bed. His mother studies the bar, thinks for a moment, and then sticks it in her own mouth, just to see what it tastes like. Moments like that are why some people watch "A Christmas Story" every holiday season. There is a real knowledge of human nature beneath the comedy...In a poignant way, "A Christmas Story" records a world that no longer quite exists in America. Kids are no longer left unattended in the line for Santa. The innocence of kids' radio programs has been replaced by slick, ironic children's programming on TV.
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 9
DVD, No Longer Produced
Product Attributes
Video Format DVD
Chicago Daily Herald [Story] Here is a movie to treasure, to throw your arms around and hug.
Joel Siegel, Good Morning America [Elf] It's not a little movie. It's big, giant-sized, family fun!
John J. Puccio, DVD Town [Vacation] ...a roller-coaster ride of hilarity, poignancy, vulgarity...
Mark Robison, Reno Gazette-Journal [Vacation] The best of the four "Vacation" movies.
Motion Picture Guide [Story] The cast is wonderful...the laughs nonstop and the whole thing deserves to become a Christmastime classic. A must see.
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times [Elf] ...has a heart, a brain and a wicked sense of humor, and it charms the socks right off the mantelpiece.
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