The Santa Clause

The Santa Clause

DVD - 2002
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Scott is distressed to learn that his ex-wife and her husband have informed his son, Charlie, that there is no Santa Claus. While a sullen Charlie visits his dad on Christmas Eve, a noise on the roof brings them outside. It turns out that there is a Santa after all, and Scott has just accidentally killed him. Because of "the Santa clause," Scott inherits the job of Santa. As the next year passes, Scott rapidly gains weight, grows a white beard and meets the elf Bernard. Charlie's stepdad becomes concerned about Scott and forces him to undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

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daniellevk_0 Dec 05, 2016

I love this movie and has become a classic in my opinion. It has become a traditon for myself that I watch this movie every holiday season. Tim Allen does a wonderful job and I think they did a great job in casting him. I love the comedy in it.

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VV17
Dec 18, 2015

This is a great Christmas film with Tim Allen. The plot is fun and light, and the characters are hilarious, especially Tim. The scriptwriters did a great job on this film that the whole family can enjoy.

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organic69
Dec 17, 2015

I really enjoyed this movie. Tim Allen is excellent.

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czekirda
Dec 19, 2014

I love this movie. I watch this movie on CBC every Christmas holiday because they put it on every year. I really like this movie so much, I still remember the part from the commercial when Scott says, "Hey you!" and Santa falls off the roof and the little boy named Charlie ,"You killed him." and his dad says, "Did not!" I really like this part of the movie.

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