Danny DeVito stars as a man determined to decorate his home with enough Christmas lights that it’s literally visible from space — which doesn’t sit well with his neighbor (Matthew Broderick), the uptight chair of the local winter festival. While real-life conservationist DeVito shrugs off the film’s electricity bill (”All these lights were run on the windmill system,” he jokes), Broderick’s still trying to rationalize his speed skating lessons. ”The town has a skate race, and I show up in a skin suit, sunglasses, the whole deal,” he says. ”I slip instantly and lose. Wait, I don’t want to give that away.” Too late.