PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
A selfish, cynical television executive is haunted by three spirits bearing lessons on Christmas Eve.
At the end of the movie, when everybody is singing "Put a little love in your heart", Frank (Bill Murray) says (among many other things): "Feed me, Seymour!" This is a reference to Little Shop of Horrors (1986), in which Murray had a small part.
I wanna live!
Frank Cross: I'M ALIVE!
Frank Cross: Holy shit, what a break! I'm at work!
Frank Cross: Oh, God, it's the sun! I never thought I'd see the sun again. I'm alive!
Elliot: Not for long!
Frank Cross: Milkman! Ha!
Frank Cross: I'm the Woodstock, baby! I'm gonna start with you.
Frank Cross: You're one of my favorites. Come ...
The address on Claire's business card reads 514 West 43rd St. But when Frank gets there, he passes a street sign that says 3rd St./900 East. Even if 3rd St. was meant to be the cross street, West 43rd St. would not cross East 3rd St. nor would it be on the 900 East block.
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