9 Christmas Movies That Aren’t Actually Christmas Movies
Sure, these movies take place during Christmas, but instead of magitastical good cheer, they focus a lot more on explosions, drugs, and nudity.
By ModernMan Editors
BATMAN RETURNS | 1992
Christmas in Gotham City brings a whole new crew of villains for Batman (Michael Keaton) to Pow!, Bap!, and Zlott!. They include a gang of circus rejects, a dwarf who’s part penguin or something (Danny DeVito), and a businessman (Christopher Walken) who can’t get enough cowbell. Also, let’s not forget Catwoman (Michelle Pfeiffer) in tight black leather. Anne Hathaway has some big leather stiletto boots to fill.
TRADING PLACES | 1983
A snooty trader (Dan Aykroyd) and a homeless hustler (Eddie Murphy) have their lives switched by a couple of millionaire grinches. It’s one of Murphy’s first — and best — movie roles. And if that isn’t enough of a gift, you also get to see a topless Jamie Lee Curtis in her prime.