The Santa Clause 2

Theatrical Release: August 9, 2003
DVD Release: November 18, 2003
The Santa Clause 2
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Synopsis

This comedy-fantasy sequel to the 1994 movie “The Santa Clause” (on DVD and VHS), brings back much of the same cast lead by Tim Allen. Scott Calvin, a divorced father, took over the duties of Santa Claus at the North Pole and for eight years things have run smoothly. His elves think Scott is the best Santa yet. But trouble appears when his son Charlie (Eric Lloyd), living with his mother and step-father back in Scott’s hometown, is misbehaving in school and lands on Santa’s “naughty” list. Not only that, but Scott also seems to be loosing some of his Santa magic. There is a new clause, the Mrs. Clause, which states that if he doesn’t marry by Christmas Eve, he’ll stop being Santa forever.

Dove Review

“The Santa Clause 2” is the wonderful continuation of the first movie. Tim Allen plays the role of Santa Claus, who will lose the job if he doesn’t get married by Christmas Eve. This fun film is great to watch with the entire family. Many times sequels doesn’t live up to first films, but I thought this film was just as good as the first one. Tim Allen is wonderful as Santa. This time there is a twist in the story that makes it even better for Allen fans. This is sure to be a Christmas time classic.

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Company: Buena Vista Home Video
Writer: Leonardo Benvenuti and Steve Rudnick
Director: Michael Lembeck
Genre: Christmas
Runtime: 104 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Kd Lukens