Our TV critic has thought about this episode every day since he first watched it in September.
Our annual survey of top critics reveals a first in awfulness: This year the same actor nabs the top two spots!
A guide to which films to see and which to avoid this weekend, depending on the relative with whom you're stuck at the theater.
Which actress in the film was inexplicably dressed as a silver space sausage?
It and 'The Sitter' have weak weekends.
Guess all those fancy name actors don't guarantee a hit.
No more accent jokes!
Garry Marshall's celebri-palooza gets recast with Don Knotts and Shelley Long (no complaints here).
How does it stack up against other romantic comedies?
Director Garry Marshall on Ashton Kutcher’s Aversion to Cold, Michelle Pfeiffer’s Desire to Play Shy, and Casting New Year’s Eve
"Ashton Kutcher can play anything, but he doesn’t like the cold, so he was indoors a lot in this film."
Plus: Lea Michele gave up eating burning paper for New Year's, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"I've been up for a lot of movies before that I really wanted to get, but now, people know a lot more than they used to and it's all out there."
Starring: a bunch of famous people and two Champagne glasses.
Is it the 'Contagion' of rom-coms?
So many famous people! So not enough!
Brasstown, North Carolina, drops a possum?
It's surprisingly timely.
Looks about right.
Look, we're not saying we don't have a rager to go to, but it's always smart to have backup plans.
Look at your fake eyelashes, now back to him.
And Taylor Swift.
And be dropped on Times Square.
Plus: Who is 'Spartacus'?
She'll play a college student.
New Line wanted him to continue the burgeoning holiday-themed franchise.