HERCULES SAVES CHRISTMAS takes us on a magical, fun-filled and touching journey. Max, an adorable yet mischievous twelve year old boy meets a talking dog named Hercules who takes him to the... See full summary »
Santa's evil twin kidnaps him with the plan to reverse Christmas forever. But he hadn't reckoned on a brave little boy and his friends who set out on an adventure to rescue Santa and restore Christmas to its rightful place.
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MARTHA EVANS has been abandoned by her ne'er-do-well husband, who took all their cash and left her homeless and virtually destitute with her two daughters and stepson. Martha leaves town in... See full summary »
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An Elf is left behind by Santa to help rescue the Harper family from a lousy Christmas. The Elf and the family get more than they bargained for, as the kids help the Elf discover his special powers and true identity as a budding superhero.
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HERCULES SAVES CHRISTMAS takes us on a magical, fun-filled and touching journey. Max, an adorable yet mischievous twelve year old boy meets a talking dog named Hercules who takes him to the North Pole to meet Santa and argue his way onto the "nice list." Written by
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It obvious that anyone over the age of twelve who posts a bad review about a fairy-tale story made for children is probably a failed critic with an ax to grind who struggling with a poor adult self image. Hercules Saves Christmas is a movie about A TALKING DOG FOR Christ SAKE!! Did any one of these sourpuss reviewers actually read the synopsis? Did you really think this movie was going to be an Oscar level art piece targeted to an adult audience? One reviewer actually writes about the technical flaws in the movie. This is clearly an act of self-gratification on the part of a frustrated wannabe movie critic. Message to Take60: get over yourself. Your extensive knowledge of green screen effects and audio levels is not important to us. You are not qualified to make this judgment in my opinion. Qualified reviewers of the appropriate age (3 -7) watched this movie in my household and they loved it. In a world of rational-thinking adults - a child's opinion about movies made for children is the only thing that matters.
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