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" I tried to tell you when you were on the phone with Santa!"
E For Effort . I thought the Director forgot it was just a movie and was trying to make you think they thought it was real. The way they tied up the loose ends was too much. Before that, going over and over the premise with the kid and Santa was boring. It would have bored one kid actor to pieces. Good thing they had two to work with. The worst part was that the parents were just too clueless. Even the Grandfather was. They were smart enough to make up their tedious side of the story but: try to really understand the kid's problems! Sure that was the point of the movie, a misunderstanding, but it went to far too many times. Anyways, it's just another Modern Christmas Story. Anything beats the old cartoons. Happy Holidays From MICHIGAN.
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