Santa vs. the Snowman 3D

Santa vs. the Snowman 3D

From the Academy Award nominated team that brought you Jimmy Neutron, comes the first-ever 3D holiday IMAX film, Santa Vs. The Snowman. Santa vs. The Snowman tells the story of a lonely Snowman who at first is swept away by the magical wonders of Santa's Village, only to ultimately wage war on Santa because he's jealous of all the attention Santa gets during Christmas time. An epic-scale polar war develops. The hilarious battle features such holiday defence mechanisms as hot chocolate squirt guns, giant Igloo Robot Walkers and even a 50-foot tall toy soldier manned by Santa himself.

From the Academy Award nominated team that brought you Jimmy Neutron, comes the first-ever 3D holiday IMAX film, Santa Vs. The Snowman. Santa vs. The Snowman tells the story of a lonely Snowman who at first is swept away by the magical wonders of Santa's Village, only to ultimately wage war on Santa because he's jealous of all the attention Santa gets during Christmas time. An epic-scale polar war develops. The hilarious battle features such holiday defence mechanisms as hot chocolate squirt guns, giant Igloo Robot Walkers and even a 50-foot tall toy soldier manned by Santa himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Widhi W (br) wrote: visualnya kerenn bgt, namun ceritanya terllau banyak plothole, bingung. romance nya agak hambar. overall film ini cuma bagus di visualnya c. sisanya biasa.

Trey W (br) wrote: Dangthis made the Hercules film with Dwayne the rock look like a great film. This is poorly acted, dull, and stupid. You could even tell the characters were wearing costumes. Although I can't say this was completely bad it still had a good story and action sequences.The cast had potential but the mix of a bad director made this forgettable. If you want to watch a Hercules movie just watch the other version with Dwayne the rock. It's better.C

Evan K (kr) wrote: Didn't laugh once and made sadly unnecessary given the solid talent behind it.

Stefan C (ag) wrote: Wow! A wonderful twisted tale. This is a great thriller from Thailand.

Blair W (jp) wrote: Fantastic film about a guy who used to be a drug dealer (Thomas Jane), changed his life, then got dragged back into trouble by an old associate (Aaron Eckhart). Great performances by Michael Jeeter and Mickey Rourke. A must see!!

Nancy E (br) wrote: Buena Historia!! (Y) ^_^

Lynda W (ag) wrote: Robin Williams is brilliant in this film, definitely one to own

Senor C (jp) wrote: Orphans that are in a concentration camp like to roller stake across the desert & play a form of lacrosse while trying to save an eco-orb from destruction. I don't know why I stuck w/ this one; it's shit so for those who have fond memories of this as a child needs to give it another look & see if they still feel the same way

Joe K (fr) wrote: Unapologetically joyous

Long L (au) wrote: Last man standing gun fight movie with no plot more than what I have already mentioned in this sentence. It went direct-to-video, but that's okay! As the title suggests, there were a lot of bullets flying in this film, awesome killing, and several "teams" to choose from on who you'd want to survive. Simplistic movie, but very fun to watch.

steven d (mx) wrote: This one got better, it's acting and story is better to.

Robert H (br) wrote: THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY is probably the most atypical Hitchcock film I've seen so far. While it does have a brilliantly macabre sense of humor, the overall story is less than the sum of its parts. The basic story is that Harry is found dead in the woods, and a small group of people have trouble deciding what to do with his body. What the film does well is mining humor from the various situations arising from finding a dead body. Given that the subject matter is kind of grotesque, this results in more chuckles than outright guffaws. Fortunately, I thought the characters were also interesting, if a little underwritten. Shirley MacLaine did well in her first big screen role, and Edmund Gwynn (Kris Kringle in MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET) was also rather entertaining to watch. I also thought that the tonal shifts, while a little odd at first, gave the film a quirky air that I grew to like. An example of how this plays out is in conversations that originally revolve around Harry, but then rather cavalierly shift to other, more banal, romantic comedy territory. If James Stewart and Grace Kelly coming together over a potential murder in REAR WINDOW was weird, two couples doing the same thing over a dead body for essentially the entire film here was downright odd. Ultimately, though, where the narrative ends up isn't as interesting as the journey taken to get there, and is a little underwhelming as a result. This isn't one of Hitchcock's greatest films, but it did provide a refreshing change of pace.