Oh you freaking critics, Get over it. It was a cute down home movie.These critics are that way because it is the only way they can think themselves elevated above the norms of life. Sad that you have criticize someone just to feel smug.
“When conservatives don’t agree with certain things or messages in movies they just don’t watch them. They don’t pen obnoxious and condescending op-eds with ridiculous conclusions about how the people who watch those movies are bad people”
BINGO...libs just can’t help themselves and their need to tell the rest of us how to think, act and live. Sucks to be them.
This has to be from some ugly woman!!! And I'm not talking just about looks my friend. This movie is everything about a loving relationship between a husband and wife. I feel incredibly sorry for those who are so incapable of embracing everything positive and good. There may be...just might be, a logical reason others may agree with this person...answer (drum roll please) they exhuberate so much ugliness, their "know it all mouth" and self absorb selves keep them from knowing true relationship. For me, It's a Wonderful Life (which is the way I choose to view my own life) will always be our family Christmas Eve tradition.
I really feel sorry for those people who find fault, most of the time imagined, in all they come in contact with. It must be terribly exhausting both physically and mentally. Those like this will never know peace in their hearts for hatred consumes them. A pitiful existence indeed.
See that attitude is so skewed. Mary gives up her job for the man she loves. She does not consider that she has settled for second best because love is more important than designer boots. Ms Costello’s priorities are selfish and mercenary. Typical of today’s lib loons.
Unbelievable! Yeah, and I like Christmas carols and all Christmas songs and stories! Stop trying to ruin Christmas and Christianity. Peace to all! Respect to all! Love to all! ❤️✝️
What a pathetic reviewer she is.Has she ever watched the movie? If Mary had not married George she would have married Sam Wainwright who was her beau and an architect. She would never have been a lonely unloved librarian. It's a sweet movie and one that is universally loved and the noodnik woman who wrote the article needs some serious help.
Mischaracterizing criticisms of exclusionary portrayals (among many other very real issues with very real consequences) as mere “offense” is a way of making your opponents’ issues seem trivial and silly. Not a cool thing to do on Christmas.
For the coming new year, I want to find out exactly who, they, is. Instead of saying, they say it's racist, I want a name put with it.
They can stick it, they are most sickening ahole's i have ever heard about. No one cares about what they think anymore.