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Moisés Iván Mora,
Sparky is an adventurous young car trying to find his own road through life. Despite his father's attempts to instill the virtues of restraint and caution, Sparky repeatedly follows the deceitful Diesel into problematic situations.Some of which can be deadly!
Join dancing internet sensation Gummibar in his first ever movie adventure! When Santa vanishes on Christmas Eve, Gummibar and his band of wacky, misfit friends shake their booties from the North Pole to the tropics on a madcap search. But when they discover Santa was abducted by a dance-crazed alien, the fate of Christmas morning rests in the hands -- and feet -- of our lovable green gummy bear!Written by
This is just terrifying, even for adults. I have no doubt that any child old enough to recognise anything beyond coloured regions on a screen will start to cry if you show them this. The music sounds like one member of Daft Punk murdering the other in a dark alley, the animation is worse than Foodfight, the character design is often awful and sometimes offensive and to top it all off, the entire premise is ripped off from Santa Claus Conquers The Martians, which somehow manages to shine with cinematic brilliance in comparison. In fact, just stop now. Show your kids Santa Claus Conquers The Martian. Yes, it may be dated, the acting is bad and the premise ridiculous, but it will at least teach your children not to simply dismiss older films. This horror show will teach them nothing except to fear the angry green gummy god.
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