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Hunter Toys CEO Drake Hunter turned his father's company from a cozy quality manufacturer into a ruthless, profitable business. After denying his staff any festive generosity again, the scrooge is suddenly and magically transformed into Kris Krandall. That forces him to work as a Santa in Norm Dobson's toy store, with weird would be-actor Sebastian. Drake reassesses his values and priorities in life. Written by
THUMBS DOWN!!! But great of you want to feel mindless!
I actually hate this movie!
I don't think it could have been made more dull, drab, annoying, and tiresome: the plot, the actor, the lines, everything.......Just one humdrum scene flowed into another. Nothing enticing, nothing captivating, nothing cheerful about this "Christmas" movie. It actually gave a sense of depression!
To TRY to watch it one time without getting bored out of my wits by the first half hour was difficult enough, but to watch it a second time, is cruelty to the mind!
And I began to hate it because it is aired ad nauseum!...while Hallmark has so much better Christams movies that could have been aired.
It did have one great part though, thankfully: "The End."
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