The Santa Clause


Comedy / Drama / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 75%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 64%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 84,679


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April 11, 2019



David Krumholtz as The Cop
Eric Lloyd as Buddy
Judge Reinhold as Coach Don Meyer
Tim Allen as Chet Frank
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651.08 MB
23.976 fps
97 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TownRootGuy 7 / 10 / 10

Easily the best of its collection.

Not that that's saying much. It has eye candy, decent FX AND it gives the gift of laughter throughout but it was better in the 90's. Crewson was hot in this one so that helps. There's just too much kid-targeted junk to rate this any higher. Still, it's good enough to make the 2 - 3 year re-watch rotation.

Reviewed by stormhawk2018 9 / 10 / 10

Nice Christmas story

A passable story, we must admit, but at least it entertains a lot, and makes us enjoy a Christmas story in a familiar way, something different from what we normally see in the Films. Here is a quite entertaining and beautiful family comedy, in which the protagonist, after a terrible accident, ends up with Santa Claus throwing him from a roof, and now he must become him. History passable, obviously, and also quite predictable, hence my note, but we must recognize that it could not be done better, since the movie is simply passable and already this, does not contribute anything, except for some laughter and some drama. A Christmas film that I recommend to see as a family, and above all, to see it with young children, since it will be above all to them that it will look like an excellent film, even if it looks like a loose film to us. I recommend it.

Reviewed by aircastleii 9 / 10 / 10

Santa has MC Hammer Pants!

This film captures all the kitschy clichés of a suburban- American Christmas in the white woods of the classic Midwest with enough of the "Tis the Night Before Christmas" feel to make it warm and familiar. Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) accidentally kills Santa Clause, skeptically dons the coat and the red-crushed velvet MC Hammer pants, and jumps into a jolty sleigh ride of adventure that pits him against uncontrollable weight gain, hair growth, non-believers, the local donut-eating police, and the ever-present threat of a slippery rooftop. Tim Allen was sarcastically spectacular. His wit was laced with clever adult humor that would sail above a child's head but punch hard with a more mature audience. He was foiled nicely by his capricious ex-wife (Wendy Crewson) and her Sophist spouse (Judge Reinhold) as they battled for custody of his chipmunk-cheeked son (Eric Lloyd) over the question of the existence of Santa Clause. The quick banter and barb-exchange between this trio are clever and hilarious. David Krumholtz, delivers a convincing performance as an impatient, crotchety arch elf named Bernard (Barnaby, Barrabus, etc) with the heavy responsibility of keeping the toy factory running. His Queens, New York accent, indicates he is most certainly not a North Pole native. The only real disappointment was the reindeer. Of all the money poured into special effects, the reindeer got the short end of the candy cane. They were twitchy temperamental crane puppets with flatulence. Overall, however, this movie will go down in history as an all-time Christmas classic favorite for adults and children alike.

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