For the Christmas holidays, Buck Seger has been tasked with getting some reindeer from a game farm for the San Ernesto California Zoo. Sandy Brooks, an animal keeper at the zoo, is a lonely woman who uses the animals as a surrogate for human affection. Despite this, she detests Buck, who is continually pestering her to go out with him. In his task for the zoo, Buck, indulging his big game hunting passion, decides to get one of the reindeer from the wild instead. He inadvertently captures Buddy, one of Santa's new reindeer. Santa not only has come to San Ernesto to rescue Buddy, but also to teach Buddy to fly, all before Christmas Day. Santa can travel between the North Pole and any location in the world via mirrors. While in San Ernesto, Santa names himself Nick Snowden. To get Buddy back, Nick figures he has to get close to Sandy, a move that does not sit well with Buck. Nick manages to move into the boarding house where Sandy lives. Getting Buddy back is more difficult than Nick ... Written by
My wife and I just saw the movie Snow on ABC Family a few minutes ago, and I must say that it is very excellent.
It is very heart-warming and it also gets you in the spirit of the Christmas Holidays.
This movie starts out with a guy named Nick (AKA Santa) who has lost one of his reindeer and is on a mission to find him. Not only does he find the reindeer, he also finds the love of his life,although she doesn't realize it at the time. Nick tries out in a lot of ways to not only get his reindeer, but also tell this woman he is Santa, and each and every time he tries, someone either interferes, or else he loses his nerve to tell this woman the truth. Finally after showing this woman where he is really from, does she realize he is Santa but when he asks to go with him, a roadblock occurs. If you haven't seen this movie yet, I recommend you see it to get the rest of the story.
12 of 13 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?