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Awful! Not funny at all! I don't know how to start... this is not a family movie and obviously not an educational one. The kid is a human misery! The poor old man dressed like Santa is beaten on the street, fired from the mall and all because of this trash. Even when the kid finds out that Santa is innocent, he doesn't felt sorry at all for the old men who is now a beggar on the Christmas day. Another thing: stupid little kid could kill his father when he plants a lot of traps in the front-yard. If your kid watches this movie will become a defiant idiot one. One more thing: why the real Santa Claus bought the Titanium present?? The disgusting kid was naughty all the time... what will the other kids learn from that??
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