If that is their concept of a Christmas film…
Author Steven E. de Souza settled one of the vital controversial subjects of our lifetime: is “Die Exhausting” a Christmas film?
Responding to a query on Twitter, de Souza confirmed that the Bruce Willis film about terrorism and kidnapping — all of the household favorites — is, in reality, a vacation flick.
“DH is about love, devotion, sacrifice, generosity, and resisting evil — how may it not be a Christmas film?” one fan wrote.
“Plus a girl about to offer delivery options prominently,” de Souza responded.
He additionally joked that the community “rejected the Purim draft,” utilizing the hashtag “Die Exhausting Is A Christmas Film.”
de Souza’s vote opposes a latest YouGov ballot through which solely 31% of respondents mentioned a film that takes place throughout Christmas however isn’t concerning the vacation generally is a Christmas film.
That classification is usually reserved for films like “Dwelling Alone,” “Elf,” “A Christmas Story” and “It’s a Great Life.”