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Thursday, December 20, 2012

How "It's a Wonderful Life" Should Have Ended

Sorry, I know this is a little dark (I swear I've actually been in a pretty good mood lately) - I just really hate this movie. I don't understand why people like it so much. Let's break it down:
     -  First, the protagonist gives up on his dreams
     -  Then, his life falls apart
     -  So, he attempts suicide
     -  He decides not to go through with it
     -  The townsfolk give him a pile of small bills
     -  And he returns to his miserable life
What's uplifting about this?

Rule to live by: If it isn't claymation, it isn't a Christmas movie.


  1. It's not as depressing as that horrible Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer thing. I was so traumatized by the horrific abuse heaped on Rudolph because of his birth defect that there was nothing in the happy ending that could redeem it... Maybe Christmas just sucks.

    1. Haha you're right - Rudolph is pretty hard to watch too. Luckily, we won't be forced to watch any more of that garbage for a while.