Neglected by her husband during the pre-Christmas rush| Mrs. Claus takes the reindeer and sleigh out for a drive| only to end up stranded in the multicultural
neighborhood of Manhattan's Lower East Side of the early 1900s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Mrs. Santa Claus
Neglected by her husband during the pre-Christmas rush, Mrs. Santa Claus takes the reindeer and sleigh out for a drive, only to end up stranded in the multi-cultural neighbourhood of Manhattan's Lower East Side of the early 1900s.
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Jason P (kr) wrote: I think Joseph Gordon Levitt has some real talent and this film shows his progression from being in front of the camera to behind it.
Richard S (fr) wrote: blah bad confusing ending.
Luke M (de) wrote: A delightful premise and charming performances manage to pave over the bumps in the otherwise enjoyable ride.
Lanky Man P (us) wrote: What was this even about? Who are all these random characters? Very undeveloped.
Jordann W (mx) wrote: Actually a cute movie... in a sick way. The acting was fairly good, and the characters were anything but sound of mind. It was also quite funny, and I was surprised that I laughed at as many parts as I did!My only issue was the ending... leave it to me to root for the bad guy.
Lamar W (au) wrote: before super advanced i phones
Jason P (ag) wrote: I'd never even heard of this film before- classic Disney live action at its best!
James H (us) wrote: The cast is an amazing assortment of great actors, but the movie is rather stupid. I didn't find it very funny, the musical numbers weren't very good and the art direction is gaudy and too extreme. Some of the big name actors should be embarrassed at their participation, Paul Newman in particular. On the plus side, it has a certain creativity, and the score is good, but overall it fizzles.
Will L (ca) wrote: A film-noir spoof starring and co-written by Steve Martin, directed by Carl Reiner, and featuring incoporated archive footage from other noir classics; do you STILL need convincing?
Zack P (kr) wrote: Very good movie. Although many disagree, this film will captivate you from beginning to end with brilliant shots and good sfx!
Christopher B (kr) wrote: Possibly the greatest film of all time. Seeing this is kind of like seeing the Godfather for the first time, only with more wacky asides. Kung Fu, evil cannibalistic monks who laugh evilly and clap and grin and disgraced ninja and samurai zombies make this a sure fire winner. Add to that a craaaaazy Hitler lookalike and swingin' seventies folk and I weep when I think that the TO BE CONTINUED card at the end was never followed up on. I mean, there's over 10 hours of LOTRs for movie lovers, but only 85 minutes of this? There is no justice. And also, who the eff is that in Cameron Mitchell's actor picture? He was the Toolbox Murderer for cryin out loud. C'mon Flixster, show some respect! And also do something about that "Stop watching bad movies" bi-heading you got, there's some folk who loves 'em... and (segue back to original topic) they'll love this one for certain. It's awesome to the extreme!