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This animated cartoon has incredible graphics, comparable to Toy Story or Veggie Tales. The content is funny with quirky twists and turns. It is animated enough to entertain a two year old, and cute enough to also entertain parents. While loosely following the Nutcracker story, the movie contains great Christmas messages about believing in yourself, believing in those around you, and keeping the spirit of Christmas. Very entertaining with great, upbeat, inspiring music. The actors did a great job on the voices. Phyllis Diller's and Cheech Marin's characters were hysterical. This movie has become a holiday classic for our family.
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