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Blogcritics Goodie Bag: The Nativity Story, Mo Rocca interview, Deck the Halls, Top Chef, and VMIX Hot Videos of the Week

The Nativity Story will be out in theaters on December 1st. Check out these clips from the movie: “Bethrothal” (lo|hi), “Why Is It Me” (lo|hi), and “Mary Is Back” (lo|hi).

SuChin Pak interviews Mo Rocca on LX.TV. Rocca talks about his job after college working for Perfect 10 magazine (a soft core porn mag), his love of presidential history and presidential birthplaces, and his hatred of Jazz brunches:

Deck the Halls is a family comedy about one-upsmanship, jealousy, clashing neighbors, home decoration…and the true spirit of the holidays. Steve (Matthew Broderick), a suburban dad and Christmas enthusiast, leads a well-ordered, well-planned, and well-organized life. His new neighbor, Buddy (Danny DeVito), is Steve’s polar opposite: a big personality with big dreams, which have yet to materialize. But Buddy’s latest dream — to create the biggest holiday light display in the world, visible from outer space – is turning Steve’s disciplined world into a chaotic nightmare. As Buddy’s home explodes with festive lights of incredible design, increasing complexity, and exponentially-growing wattage, Steve becomes a man on a mission. At any cost, he will thwart Buddy – or top him. Watch the trailer.

Watch a preview of the upcoming Top Chef episode in which the chefs prepare a Thanksgiving dinner. The episode will air on Bravo on November 22nd.

vMix, the online video sharing community where “the World is Watching” selects its best videos based on editors’ picks and sheer number of views. This week the most popular and passed around videos on the Web are:

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