Alone for Christmas

Synopsis: When a family visits Grandma's house on Christmas Eve, they leave their dog at home alone. And when burglars try to take the presents from under the tree, the dog must use every trick it knows to stop them.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Family
Director(s): Joseph J. Lawson
Production: The Asylum
 
IMDB:
3.5
TV-G
Year:
2013
87 min
Website
14 Views

Dylan! A package from uncle Rich.

Socks! Uncle Rich,

you shouldn't have.

Worst Christmas ever.

Thank you, I wasn't sure

if I'd get here before we left.

Left?

Oh yes, we are going upstate

to be with family for the holidays.

Fantastic! Would you like for me

to hold your mail for you?

Oh, no, that won't be necessary.

If you could, just leave

any packages in the back porch.

You got it Mrs. C.

Thanks. Oh! And this is for you.

Ah, is that a tip?

I can't accept any tips.

- Well it's not exactly a tip.

- No, no, no, no, gifts at all, okay.

Postal Policies

seriously I can get canned.

Well I won't want

to get you into trouble.

Just know that your family

will have a great holiday

is a reward enough.

Well, thank you.

Jake.

Jake. Happy Holidays

to you and yours.

I'm ready to go.

What a weirdo.

I hope the rest of this neighborhood

isn't this creepy.

That's cause he's a postman.

No. It's something else.

There's something fishy about him.

True. He reeks of fish

and body spray.

It's disgusting.

I could smell him from here.

I'll keep an eye on him.

Stop with the macho yapping.

Jake is nothing more than

a smelly harmless creep.

How's everything going back here?

Sweet as sugar.

$20 from aunt June.

And for Billy a stick of gum

to do something special with.

Score! A gift certificate

for Chuckle Cheese.

We have out Christmas Eve dinner.

Nah, we're cleaning out

the new house tonight.

Oh, I thought we'd go Caroling?

Kid with a bike at 2 o'clock.

Hey!

I think I saw this place

on that police show you

and mom like to watch.

We're there now.

Pretty high security.

Didn't see any sniper towers.

More of a white dog collar person.

But Daddy does he have to go?

Yeah. Well...

Mommy, what do you think?

I love Bone,

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