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Coopers Camera (Aka Coopers' Christmas)

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2010
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91 min
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Coopers Camera (Aka Coopers' Christmas), On Demand Movie, Comedy

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Plot: On December 25, 1985, suburban husband and father Gord Cooper accepted a "barely used" VHS video camera from a creepy neighbor to settle a $2000 debt. Gord then gave the camera to his family as their Christmas gift. This lewd, rude and hilarious saga of crappy presents, mean grandmas, drunk uncles, and sluttish cousins is the result of this gift. Jason Jones and Samantha Bee of THE DAILY SHOW star - along with Dave Foley of NEWSRADIO and THE KIDS IN THE HALL - in the twisted new holiday comedy that The National Post calls "NATIONAL LAMPOON'S CHRISTMAS VACATION meets CLOVERFIELD!”
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