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Yes, it contains elements of themes seen in other movies, but it is a movie for kids with a "feel good" ending. And kids up to age 9 will enjoy it. Parents that are seeking to fine a way to introduce their kids to the concept that the parents are the Santa's will find this movie helpful in setting the scene for their own kids. Some lessons need to be learned and difficult subjects (like divorce) are also tackled. Those familiar with the "Home Alone" series will see elements of a brilliant kid doing similar things, only this time Dad is the victim. And in the end, the movie gives the real Santa one more year of fulfilling the wishes of the kids. Young parents and grandparents ought to rate this movie highly.
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