Meet Howard Langston, a salesman for a mattress company is constantly busy at his job, and he also constantly disappoints his son, after he misses his son's karate exposition, he tries hard to come up with a way to make it up to him, this is when his son tells Howard that he wants for Christmas is an action figure of his son's television hero, Turbo Man. Unfotunately for Howard, it is Christmas Eve, and every store is sold out of Turbo Man figures, now Howard must travel all over town and compete with everybody else including a mail man named Myron to find a Turbo Man action figure, and to make it to the Wintertainment parade which will feature Turbo Man. Written by
The Christmas parade was filmed at Universal Studios, Los Angeles, in the middle of May. See more »
On the trip to pick up a Turbo Man doll from the warehouse with Mall Santa, the windows in Howard's GMC change several times from darkly tinted, to completely transparent. See more »
Maybe you shouldn't mess with that.
Relax, Sparky, I was with the bomb squad for 10 years.
[does various things to find out if it's really a bomb while Howard and Myron run out of the studio]
Gentlemen, we've been duped. This is nothing but a harmless Christmas package.
[the bomb goes off, Howard hesitates with a look of shock]
That really was a bomb? This is a sick world we live in! Sick people!
How many years on the bomb squad?
[Officer Hummel collapses on the floor, charred]
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After the end credits, there is a brief heartwarming family scene, and a question from Liz. See more »
This movie is so ridiculous, but so funny at the same time. I watch it every Christmas just to hear many of the Schwarzenegger phrases like: - Who told you you could eat my cookies? - Put the cookie down...NOW! - Nobody likes you Booster (maybe Sinbad's line) - I'm not a pervert... and the many times he says "Jamie", I hated that darn brat...what a spoiled kid Anakin was.
But this movie is funny how it shows that parents are crazy to get one toy for their spoiled little brat. Sinbad is hilarious, and I miss him in movies, and it has the good 'ol Phil Hartman.
Arnold faces an army of Santas, which is funny as well as his corny lines I watch this to hear. Although this isn't the best Christmas movie, it's still enjoyable.
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