Scrooge & Marley is a modern variation on Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Recounted from a gay sensibility with heart, comedy & music, the magic of Dickens' timeless tale of a man's redemption comes alive from a fresh perspective.
Richard Knight Jr.,
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Andrew V. McLaglen
In today's sickening atmosphere of "political correctness", I found this movie refreshing, entertaining and informative. In this retelling of the Charles Dickens classic, Dr. Kennedy is an articulative spokesman for the Christian faith, and Dean Jones shines in the role of Scrooge. The supporting cast, made up of many fine actors and actresses, lend much to this production. From humor to pathos, this film evokes a wide range of emotions . I heartily recommend this movie for the entire family. In an era where Christianity and Christmas are under fire, this film will challenge your thinking about the role of Christianity and what our world would have been like if Jesus had never been born.
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