Years after realizing his childhood dream of getting a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas, 16-year-old Ralphie (Braeden Lemasters) sets his bespectacled sights on a gift of the four-wheeled variety in this belated sequel to the Bob Clark's beloved 1983 classic A Christmas Story. As the snow begins to fall and the carolers start to sing, Ralphie dreams of waking up on Christmas morning to find the keys to a 1938 Hupmobile Skyline Convertible dangling from the tree, and embracing a whole new world of freedom as he cruises the streets of Hohman, Indiana in style. Home Alone alumni Daniel Stern takes over for the late Darren McGavin as The Old Man, with Stacey Travis, David Buehrle, David W. Thompson, and Valin Shinyei sounding out the supporting cast as Mrs. Parker, Schwartz, Flick, and Randy respectively.~Jason Buchanan
Blu-ray special features:
The house then and now: now with Christmas lights and possibly a leg lamp! See what's changed in the Parkers' house and peek into their world
A Christmas story we all know and love: everything we fell in love with years ago is back, with more of Ralphie's dayreams, the Old Man's furnace and another special appearance by Flick's tongue
Catching up with Ralphie and his family: meet Ralphie, Randy, the Old Man and Mother, and see how our favorite characters were re-created
Daniel SternThe Old Man
Phillip B. GoldfineProducer
David NewmanComposer (Music Score)
Brentan HarronProduction Designer
Benjamin F. SacksExecutive Producer
Family-Oriented Comedy,Holiday Film
A Christmas Story 2
Year of Release
2 Discs, Blu-ray/DVD, Includes Digital Copy, UltraViolet
Enhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
English, French, Spanish
Warner Home Video
A Christmas Story 2 [2 Discs] [Includes Digital Copy] [UltraViolet] [Blu-ray/DVD] 
I think you have to be a fan of the original movie to purchase the sequel, that said....I am a fan of the original and watch it every Holiday Season. While this movie can be fun, it lacks the depth and character of the original movie.
Few films in life not only insult your intelligence but also your memories and love of Christmas as a child. This is sadly one of those films. "A Christmas Story 2" is quite possibly one of the most insulting pieces of cinema I have ever seen, regardless of whether or not the first film in the series is a timeless classic.
This movie also seems to take pleasure in the fact that it is simply cashing in on the name of the original 1983 film. There is no attempt here to actually tell a coherent or even memorable tale about the trials and worries children go through during the Christmas season. Instead, we're treated to scene after scene of terrible slapstick humor and terrible performances. *On a side note, I know Daniel Stern (Home Alone, City Slickers) hasn't had much work in recent years, but even he should know better than to star in this.*
Any fan of the original "A Christmas Story" would be advised to avoid this film at all costs. A shameless and tasteless marketing ploy, "A Christmas Story 2" will only leave you wondering why you're not watching the original film again.