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Santa Clause

 

 
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Running Time: 1 hours 33 minutes
 
IMDB Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111070/
 
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Score
7.0


 
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Positives


Tim Allen makes Santa his own

Negatives


Sometimes the plot can be shaky at best


Bottom Line

Tim Allen definitely makes the Christmas season his own and gives an amazing portrayal of Scott Calvin who eventually turns into the big red man himself. After many posers, many Christmas cheer, Santa Claus is finally in town, even if there’s a Clause or two in there. Scott Calvin is a bad parent, his son […]

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Tim Allen definitely makes the Christmas season his own and gives an amazing portrayal of Scott Calvin who eventually turns into the big red man himself. After many posers, many Christmas cheer, Santa Claus is finally in town, even if there’s a Clause or two in there.

Scott Calvin is a bad parent, his son doesn’t want to visit but is forced to by his mother and future step-father. However this is a night to remember. After Scott burns the turkey and tries to convince his son that Santa Claus does exist, a man is heard on the roof of their house and upon encountering, falls off. It appears that Santa Claus has fallen from his roof and as such, Scott journeys with his son, suit in tow, with the eight reindeer and to houses around the area.

However there’s a problem, upon wearing the coat, Scott has entered into a Santa Clause – that he must now take over the role of the big red man at the North Pole with an army of elves, and even ELFS – Elite Liberating Flight Squad.

Every single question about Santa Claus in the modern day has finally been answered. What happens if you don’t have a chimney? But the best overall message is, just because you have never seen it, doesn’t mean you can’t believe it. Tim Allen’s portrayal of a man suddenly turning into Santa is both brilliantly done and also sad for the consequences of it. But in Disney fashion it all works out in the end, with some tinsel!

Probably one of the best recent Christmas movies that are churned out! It’s a sleigh ride we all wish to be on someday!