“Bad Santa” is a maniacal, bent, nonsensically clever work of comic kamikaze style, featuring Billy Bob Thornton as Santa in an execution that is resistant ignoble. His character is named Willie T. Soke; W.C. Fields would have preferred that. He’s a profane, unkempt, intoxicated mite toward the start of the film and adheres to that topic completely through. You expect a glad consummation, however the closure is upbeat in the same sense that a man’s specialists let him know he lost his legs yet they could spare his shoes.
There are sure unwritten parameters representing standard American motion pictures, and “Bad Santa” abuses every one of them. At the point when was the last time you saw a motion picture Santa kicking a retail establishment reindeer to pieces? On the other hand utilizing the f-word more than Eddie Griffin?