The pupils of St Bernadette's and the madcap Mr Poppy (MARC WOOTTON) are back! When their new teacher Mr Shepherd (MARTIN CLUNES) loses his memory as well as Archie the Donkey, it's up to ...
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The pupils of St Bernadette's and the madcap Mr Poppy (MARC WOOTTON) are back! When their new teacher Mr Shepherd (MARTIN CLUNES) loses his memory as well as Archie the Donkey, it's up to them to save the day and reunite him with his fiancée Sophie (CATHERINE TATE) in New York. Prepare for a race against time, fantastic flashmobs and plenty of Christmas fun on their greatest adventure yet. Written by
Nativity 3 very much scrapes the bottom of the yuletide barrel. Martin
Clunes is the new teacher Jeremy Shepherd who along with his daughter
Lauren is looking forward to getting married to his fiancée Sophie
(Catherine Tate) in New York but he is also wary of her ex boyfriend, a
famous singer who plans to do an impromptu flash mob for Sophie.
Mr Shepherd has to deal with Mr Poppy (Marc Wootton) the man-child
classroom assistant who has recently been sacked by the new temporary
head teacher in advance of the school inspection.
Mr Shepherd loses his memory after being kicked in the head by a
donkey. Mr Poppy plans to take the school kids to New York by winning a
flash mob contest in London and also hopes to get Me Shepherd's memory
back so he can marry Sophie.
I think only the very young would like this dull film. School kids
randomly start to sing and dance for no reason. The story is thin and
grossly stupid. Mr Poppy should be locked up to protect the children
and when the story moves to New York he inexplicably starts to behave
like an adult.
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