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When a nine year old girl writes a letter to Santa Claus asking for a mommy, a television station news director gets wind of it and assigns a hard-bitten reporter to get the story. With the help of a male nanny, the reporter learns learns that at Christmas, wishes can still be granted. Written by Anonymous

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29 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Eine Mami vom Weihnachtsmann  »

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Worst trash ever?
24 December 2005 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

Is this the worst movie ever? Well... Probably.

An ugly kid with no acting skills whatsoever wants a new mother from Santa(Hell, the kid is like 11-12 years and still believes in Santa, wtf's up with that? Honestly).

All the actors are terrible and this is one of this movies you get angry from watching and that red button on the remote seems extremely inviting.

The plot sucks too, I don't know, but Americans seems to like making films about spoiled little brats. The thing is, the movie makers obviously wants you to feel sorry for the main character, but it's really hard. The kid is ugly, annoying and stupid. Not a good combination so to say.

I don't know anything good to say about this film. The director and the writers should be forbidden to make any more films for the rest of their pitiful lives.

I don't have time to write anything else... All I can say is: Don't watch this trash!


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