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Santa Claws (2014)

Tommy, who is unable to celebrate Christmas because his mom says Santa isn't real, leaves his kittens out for Santa to take back to the North Pole, but after a major allergic reaction Santa... See full summary »

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(as Glenn R. Miller)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ezra James Colbert ... Tommy
... Julia
John P. Fowler ... Santa
... Patches (voice)
... Mittens (voice)
Quinn Ljoka ... Hairball (voice)
... Maisy (voice) (as Marguerite Insolia)
... Prancer / Baxter (voice)
... Donner (voice)
... Marcus Bramble
Peyton Shayler ... Sophia
Sandell Stangl ... Rigby (voice)
... Tinsel (voice)
... Young Julia
Meghan Maloof ... Megan
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Tommy, who is unable to celebrate Christmas because his mom says Santa isn't real, leaves his kittens out for Santa to take back to the North Pole, but after a major allergic reaction Santa can't fly the sleigh or deliver presents anymore, so the kittens have to deliver the rest of the presents to all the boys and girls before sunrise. Written by Matt Simmonds

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Family | Fantasy

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3 December 2015 (Hungary)  »

Also Known As:

Cirmos karácsony  »

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When the kittens are playing with the paper towel, a hand is visible throwing the bundles of shredded paper. See more »

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So deliberately bad it's quite enjoyable
21 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

In the tradition of Shaun of the Dead or Fido, the humour is campy and the effects deliberately annoying.

The cats are a wondrous mockery of those endless puppies-save-Christmas movies.

The kids universally can't act 'realistically' and the adults are B-move standards, but there are some wonderfully over-the-top freak-outs.

This is absolutely not a movie to be taken seriously, just to be enjoyed for its send-up of pretty much every Christmas movie trope out there.


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