Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn’s hilarious and heartwarming Christmas movie, Four Christmases, is a modern classic. Can you stream it anywhere?
It may not have been the most critically acclaimed film, but since its release in 2008, Four Christmases has become something of a modern classic. Vince Vaugh and Reese Witherspoon‘s chemistry makes it a terrifically entertaining and hilarious movie to rewatch every year as part of your annual holiday film binge.
For those who are unfamiliar with the movie, Vaugh and Witherspoon star as married couple Brad and Kate. Typically each year at the holidays the couple vacations somewhere tropical to enjoy themselves. They come up with elaborate excuses time and time again to avoid their equally crazy families.
But then one year it all goes wrong and they’re forced to split up their time between their parents’ homes. Both Brad and Kate have divorced parents which means they wind up having to attend four different Christmas celebrations, each one wackier than the last.
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Is there anywhere you can watch the movie online this year? Unfortunately, Four Christmases is not currently streaming on any of the major streaming platforms.
However, you can still rent or purchase the film. It’s currently available to rent from the major digital retailers like iTunes, YouTube, Amazon, Vudu, Fandango Now, and several others. You can rent the film for as low as $2.99 through Fandango Now.
If you would rather purchase the movie digitally you can buy it for as low as $9.99 also through Fandango Now or the Playstation store. If you don’t have access to either of those services it will cost you about $14.99 through the other services.
Watch the trailer for the hilarious Christmas flick below:
What are your favorite movies to watch this time of year? Do you plan to rent or purchase Four Christmases? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.