Vinessa Shaw (Dr. Jane Mathis) and Aaron Stanford (Miles) had previously starred together in the 2006 movie 'The Hills Have Eyes' as a couple. They played Lynn and Doug respectively. See more »
In the beginning of the movie when Vinessa Shaw's character is leaving a message for medication, she gives a 5-digit NPI (National Provider Identification) number. Real NPI numbers are 10 digits long. See more »
Ride On Santa
Written by Dave Antrell, BMI
Collecting Publishers Extreme Australia Pty Ltd
Original Publishers Autopower Music, Stethoscope Music
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The first half of the film seemed promising enough by giving us a mystery that unlocks as we progress with the viewing. However, the ending totally destroys any sense of impressive writing by the creators. Not only is the supposed twist easily predictable, but there is almost no logic to the progression of events in the end. Nor is there any satisfying explanation which brings us to the one major fault that overshadows all others: there is no closure to the story. Are we just supposed to assume on our own how the story of our protagonist actually ends? At least other non-closure endings like inception were intentional and meant to make the viewer think. This one however doesn't. Its as if the story has a beginning, middle, almost done, but no real ending. Did no one teach these writers how to close a story out? I'm guessing not, and hopefully in the future they may go back to school and actually finish 8th grade writing.
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