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Santa's first born daughter, Rudolfa, is secretly selling pieces of the North Pole, and eventually take over where she attempts to ruin Christmas, and replace Santa's workshop with a brand new casino. But Santa's lost daughter Kristin returns to the North Pole with her two children who are desperate to save Christmas, and rebuild the shattered village. Written by
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Brittany, I am sorry that I doubted you. You were right. It's not proof, it's faith. I just needed more faith.
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Model Kathy Ireland returns as Kristen Claus, the daughter of Santa Claus, is this sequel to Once Upon a Christmas, where she has to deal with her sister, Rudolfa, who is secretly selling pieces of the North Pole. She also wants to replace Santa's workshop with a casino.
The corning acting continues in this movie, with Ireland and John Dye, who plays Bill Morgan, not giving any acting performances that blew me away. Mary Donnelly-Haskell as Rudolfa Claus couldn't pull off a very convincing or conniving villain. And, you get those two annoying kids again along for the ride.
The plot of an actual villain though and Kristin Claus forgetting that she is the daughter of Santa were the only tidbits of intrigue in the movie. The rest of the movie contained happy-go-lucky stuff and unlikable characters. Overall, it's OK to overlook this movie as well.
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