Movies about dysfunctional family reunions are designed to comfort stressed-out siblings/spouses/grown children with the thought that their get-togethers could be worse. And Christmas, when the pressure to be of relaxed good cheer and generous spirit collides with work-related and personal demands, is the worst of them. Discomfort reigns in director Thomas Bezucha's (BIG EDEN) predictable slice of eccentric-family fruitcake, which manages to be more endearing than it has any right to be. The Stones are stereotypical artsy, left-leaning, shabby-chic faux-bos — slightly smug, self-styled bohemians rattling around in a gorgeous book-, art- and antique-filled house. Matr...