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I found this movie depressing, the fathers they added in the movie made it so not funny. Mel Gibson's character was horrible. I sat there thinking how is this supposed to be funny. I was hoping that it was going to play off from the end of the first one but no it went a dark direction. Certainly wouldn't go to another one if they happen to make one. I don't want to give away the story line so not mentioning specific parts. But back to Mel's Character and the Christmas part of this movie who thought having a awful father was going to make for good humor?
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