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‘Mister Scrooge to See You’ ~ CFDb Movie Review

‘Mister Scrooge to See You’ ~
CFDb Movie Review


Mister Scrooge to See You

Mister Scrooge to See You – One year after Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” takes place Ebenezer Scrooge finds himself once again visited by Jacob Marley.  This time Scrooge is sent on a mission to change the lives of Timothy Cratchit VI. Along the way he learns much about life both in the past, present, and future.  The true message of Christmas is shared in this fun and entertaining sequel.

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Mister Scrooge to See You

There are some really funny moments in this one.  I was literally giggling during some parts.  It’s rare that I find movies that do this for me.  Sometimes we need a break from reality and laughter is one of those breaks.  Here are a few things I took away from this film:

  • The beginning reminds me of the cartoons where we each have a holy angel on one shoulder and an evil angel on the other – each trying to get us to do the right or wrong thing.  There is some reality to that.
  • I’m always amazed at how one person’s life journey can change the lives of so many people.  (We each have this capability!  We sow either good seeds or bad seeds.  Which are you sowing?)
  • Individuals have the power to heal or help – to hurt or destroy with their choices.  Same concept as the 2nd one but this film really brings this out.  If we could see the future of the next generation by our choices today…we WOULD make better choices.

This one also reminded me a little of ‘Time Changer‘, which is one of my favorites.

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  1. Susan Wales says
    01 November 13, 8:52pm

    Fabulous movie! Don’t miss it!

  2. Angela Albert says
    03 November 13, 5:17pm

    Wonderful movie! Funny and inspiring , thank- you for a family friendly movie!

  3. Cindy Krueger says
    11 November 13, 7:16pm

    I’d like to think Mr. Dickens would be pleased to see this continuation of his original story. The true meaning of Christmas is included in this fun family movie.

  4. trident704 says
    19 November 13, 10:39am

    In 1843, what would become a holiday literary classic, “A Christmas Carol”, was published in England. Written by the acclaimed Victorian author Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge personified miserly ways and the cold-hearted treatment of his fellow man. Nearly two centuries later, any society can lay claim to these same attitudes. However, Ebenezer Scrooge is given three supernatural glimpses of his eternal destination, should he continue upon the path of social and personal indifference. Ultimately, Scrooge elects to put life’s rudder hard over, and changes his course. The true meaning of Christmas, the reason for the season, transforms Scrooge and the reader of “A Christmas Carol”, as it has transformed hearts and minds globally. 170 years after this tome’s pages were first turned, Salty Earth Pictures Writer and Director Steve Zambo brings to the screen what might have become of Ebenezer Scrooge, a year after the former business partner of Jacob Marley adjusts the sails of his mortal existence. Zambo’s inspiration and humor, originating from the pen of Charles Dickens, will capture the attention of any audience, of any demographic. Accomplished stage and screen actor David Ruprecht masterfully dons the guise of Ebenezer Scrooge. His wistful and sincere desire to share his time, talents, and treasure is a positive lesson for any generation. Zambo artfully combines time, travel, and moral challenges for Scrooge, while his lead character must convince a young business upstart named Timothy Cratchit VI, convincingly portrayed by Matt Koester, the “errors of his ways”, before he too experiences the regret of Jacob Marley. New York screen, internet, and commercial actress Shannon Moore completes the lead ensemble, graciously contributing her stunning beauty and charm as Belle Dickenson, the owner of a diner untimely mortgaged to the firm of Scrooge and Cratchit Financial. Producer Beth Zambo assembled a wonderfully talented local cast that seamlessly weaves the story together, transitioning from moments of laughter, to moments of intense reflection. Director of Photography Frank Datzer gives solid evidence why he is one of the most professional and competent to capture and edit the essence of quality writing seen through a camera lens. Salty Earth Pictures has indeed produced yet another classic family film, destined to occupy a very visible and treasured home among Christmas DVD’s lovingly shared any time of the year. This film further solidifies Salty Earth Pictures as an honest and trusted source for quality media and entertainment.

  5. Beth Feran says
    19 November 13, 3:06pm

    Fantastic!!! A must see!! Thank you for another wonderful, family-friendly movie!

  6. Eric Frey says
    20 November 13, 7:40am

    This is the best family Christmas movie I and my family have seen in some time. Finally we have a Christmas movie that keeps Christ in Christmas. It will be an annual tradition moving forward.

  7. Joshua says
    11 December 13, 4:14am

    I am an aspiring actor and singer who desires to follow in the vein of others of faith like Kirk Cameron, Candace Cameron Bure, The Kendrick Brothers, and many others. To be able to live out my faith and yet express it within the creative realm of movies, that hve such a formidable place in our society is, to me, the best of both worlds. And Satan has had cntrol of the Entertainment Indusytry long enough. Is it not time we take it BACK, and use it for what it SHOULD be used for – to share the creative gifts God has given us to edify and encourage, inspire and uplift others and even moreso, to bring glory and honour to God? As an aspiring Actor and Singer, I of course, amd an unequivical supporter of such a cause and hope to see it gain more strength and a more cemented standing.

  8. Sam says
    11 December 13, 9:50pm

    This looks to be a very fun family film – bring on the popcorn!

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