Scrooged

It’s ‘Bah Humbug!’ on Bill Murray as he gets scrooged in just a matter of nights at Christmastime. In this 9.97 out of 10 star comedy Christmas movie I rate, from the Charles Dickens classic of “A Christmas Carol”.

Bill Murray plays as a TV boss, as he wants to do Christmas specials on TV. So bad and so good, people would die to laugh really hard at that. But when he gets haunted by his old partner, he gets haunted three times more by the spirits that want to change him. The Ghost of Christmas Past who is a smoking taxi driver, the Ghost of Christmas Present who is a Suglarplum but hilarious nimrod, and the Ghost of Christmas Future who’s big, tall, and has funky minions inside of him. Like the ones from ‘Despicable Me’.

Along with Bill Murray are Karen Allen, David Johansen, Carol Kane, John Glover, Robert Mitchum, Lee Majors as himself since the ‘Six Million Dollar Man’, and Buddy Hackett as himself too, since he and Mickey Rooney have learned their lesson together in that all star movie, “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” in 1963.

And I believe here, that Bill Murray was the best Ebenezer Scrooge ever!! The funniest!! Ever since he and Marion Ravenhood have made a romantic scene in the end, they are still the best love couple at Christmas.


And ever since he got scrooged, the next person who should get scrooged I believe, will be either Kevin Spacey, Michael Shannon, some of those stars that worked for Quentin Tarantino…or even better… (Look down below)


…him!! Malcolm McDowell. He was in very bad movies I heard about, but he was the best in Stanley Kubrick’s ‘A Clockwork Orange’. Even if he does get scrooged or not, he’ll be in that brainwashing sequence again by watching Sailor Moon.


See what I mean? 

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