I’m a total Christmas tree snob. It takes me at least an hour to wander through a Christmas tree lot and pick out the most beautiful option available. If I’m going to put something inside my home, for a month, I want it to be as visually appealing as possible. Unfortunately, not everyone has the magic touch. A high percentage of people, apparently without common sense or eyes, buy miserable-looking wobbly eyesores and then show them off like they’re displaying the Hope Diamond.

Movie characters are no exception either. An inordinate number of them seem to make horrible choices when it comes to trees, and more often than not, these barky mistakes go completely unmentioned. Well, since today is Christmas, it seems like the perfect time to take a look back and finally call out some of these families for their extremely ugly tastes.

Here are four movie Christmas trees too ugly for words…

A Christmas Story
Why is this tree so fat? I think it’s wider than it is tall. Consequently, there aren’t any actual angles. It’s just one giant blob that takes up an obnoxious amount of space. It also overwhelms the ornaments, cuts off a large pathway through the room and due to its bulk, makes changing the star on top almost impossible.

Bigger is not always better. Like a human being, a tree needs to be big in the right places to be visually appealing. It can’t just add weight for the sake of adding weight. Beyond that, this particular piece of nature isn’t decorated very well either. The lights have no rhythm or flow to their placement, and there should either be more tassel or less. This middle ground is just bad news.

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