Scott Calvin has been Santa Claus for the past eight years, and his loyal elves consider him the best Santa ever. But Santa's got problems (he's even mysteriously losing weight) and things quickly go south when he finds out that his son, Charlie, has landed on this year's "naughty" list. Desperate to help his son, Scott heads back home, leaving a substitute Claus to watch over things at the Pole. But when the substitute institutes some strange redefinitions of naughty and nice, putting Christmas at risk, it's up to Scott to return with a new bag of magic to try to save Christmas.Written by
Walt Disney Pictures
Scott Calvin starts talking about cars and engines while talking to Carol Newman, and while walking through the toyshop, Santa picks up and tries on a tool belt. These reference to Tim Taylor, Tim Allen's character on Home Improvement (1991). See more »
When Pamela talks to Scott at the rec center, the distance between them changes slightly between shots. See more »
Don't Listen to him! He's not the real Santa! He has a rubber face and a plastic tushie!
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As the opening credits roll, the elves hammer some into alignment. Other credits are set through the toys in 3D effect. See more »
Naughty Naughty Christmas
Written by Bruno Ravel and Steve West
Published by Bumming Fog Music & Get in Your Mouse Music (BMI)
Performed by Danger Danger
Courtesy of Low Dice Records and Kramden Enterprises Inc. See more »
This was a very fun movie! Easily as fun as the first. It had a great mix of humor, romance and 'feel good'. The first movie gave me the feeling of joy at the thought of grownups finding the wonder of Christmas again (Laura and Neal realizing Scott was indeed Santa). The second gave me that same feeling (the staff Christmas party). I'm kind of partial to these kind of movies because I like to take the Spirit of Christmas and share it throughtout the year. I liked the attitude of Bernard more in the first one. He seemed more on top of things, a little cocky, very in control. Other than that, I can't think of a thing I didn't like about this movie. And no bad language! Great for the entire family. 10/10
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