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Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger 2012 Subtitles

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The sparkle and shine of Christmas once again comes to life in this home-grown gem for all the family, starring a host of British favourites, including David Tennant, Marc Wootton, Joanna Page and Pam Ferris. This Christmas, the unforgettable pupils of St. Bernadette's are heading to Wales to compete in the National Choir Contest; "A Song for Christmas".

Starring:
David Tennant,Marc Wootton
Runtime:
1 hour, 49 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Children & Family, Comedy
Director Debbie Isitt
Starring David Tennant, Marc Wootton
Supporting actors Jason Watkins, Joanna Page, Ian Mcneice, Jessica Hynes, Pam Ferris
Studio Entertainment One
BBFC rating Universal, suitable for all
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Tim Bradley as Billy on 24 Dec. 2013
Format: DVD
Merry Christmas everyone!

For my review for Christmas, I've decided to tackle on 'Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger' starring David Tennant.

I absolutely enjoyed watching this film which dad bought before Christmas. Because of my being a fan of 'Doctor Who', my dad knew I would like to watch this with David Tennant since he's well known for playing the Tenth Doctor from the new series. And it certainly has been a thrill of a ride. Some of the film's pretty outrageously funny and sometimes a bit rude for my tastes, but I couldn't help enjoy it. I hadn't seen the first film with Martin Freeman, but I don't think you need to watch that first before this as it's a pretty stand-alone Christmas film anyway.

David Tennant is wonderful in this. David plays the part of a young school teacher named Frederick Peterson, who's just moved into a new house with his wife Sarah (played by Joanna Page). Mr Peterson is to be the new teacher of St Bernadette's primary school in Conventry of the class under the influence of class room assistant Mr Poppy (Marc Wooton). Peterson becomes anxious as it's his first day and is rather taken back and shocked with the child-like and deranged attitude of Mr Poppy who makes life worse for him when taking charge of the kids. It gets even worse when Mr Poppy tries to persuade Peterson on a trip to Wales for a national song competition called 'Song for Christmas' which Mr Poppy and the children want to be a part of.

I found it extremely funny when David who plays Peterson gets annoyed with Mr Poppy especially during the auditions for babies playing the baby Jesus in the song competition and him banging his head on the table. He has a rant about it when he gets back home to his wife before his father shows up.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Paul S Wheeler on 11 Nov. 2012
Format: DVD
Just seen Nativity 2 - Danger in a Manger and it was every bit as good as its predecessor. The laughs come thick and fast with the same touch of pathos and emotion that makes it a real feel good movie. David Tennant is wonderful in role of the long suffering Mr Peterson and all the children are real stars. Go and see it or buy it when it comes out on DVD.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sue on 26 Dec. 2014
Format: DVD
Unfortunately, Nativity 2 was nowhere near as good as the first film. In the original, the harassed class teacher has to come up with a Christmas concert. The school pulls together, the Head is behind him, and the slapstick is mostly caused by his rivalry with a snooty private school nearby. There's a plot, there's development, there's a happy (if schmalzy) ending.

So, Nativity 2: 'Danger in the Manger', starring David Tennant, would be perfect Christmas viewing - right?

Alas, no.

In this film Tennant plays Mr Peterson the new class teacher. The plot is much more unlikely - and, at times, decidedly worrying. Mr Poppy (Mark Wootton), the irritatingly juvenile classroom assistant, is still around, and this time has been urging the children to audition for a national singing competition in Wales. The school Head has vetoed it, but this does not stop him from egging the children on, and writing a song for them…

The story then gets sillier (and more worrying still) when the class, unauthorised by the Head, and unknown to their parents, set off for the competition in an extremely odd bus driven by Mr Poppy, with Mr Peterson kidnapped as he tries to stop them… and panicking about his wife, who might give birth at any moment.

We were getting annoyed and irritated by the first hour or so of this film, which was not humorous and had far too much of Mr Poppy. Then we become rather confused when the scene kept switching from the competition - already getting started, in the evening - to the class, staggering across rough ground, up steep hills, down ropes, accompanied by a baby and a donkey… in broad daylight. Without any food or drink, as far as we could see, wearing their costumes, but not getting dirty.

But we kept watching.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. R. Hudson on 5 May 2014
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This film entertains the kids and we adults love it too! Very funny in parts! Would highly recommend it to anybody!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By lexo1941 on 20 Dec. 2014
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Why did I watch this? Because my daughter wanted to. This shoddy piece of Xmasploitation manages to make good actors like David Tennant, Joanna Page, Pam Ferris and Ian McNeice look like bad ones, but it's also cursed with some really lame child actors and a performance from Marc Wootton which is so teeth-grindingly irritating that you may find yourself wishing you could take a nailgun to the actor. I'm sure Marc Wootton is a very nice man, and it's not his fault that his character is written as a shrill, charm-free, psychopathic manchild, but still, his performance doesn't help matters. An actor of the level of Jack Black can take a part like this and do something with it, but Wootton is no Jack Black. There's quite enough turkey at Christmas without this thing adding to the total.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gary John Nicholas on 14 Aug. 2015
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Whilst I really enjoyed the first Nativity film, although the Mr Poppy character did grate at times, I found this sequel all but unwatchable ! I admire David Tennant and Pam Ferris immensely, however, the Mr Poppy character seems to completely dominate this film which I found really irritating as it failed to strike the same balance as the first film did with Martin Freeman's character being the main focus. Unfortunately, I found this a waste of the combined talents of David Tennant and Pam Ferris as their characters and story lines were left as undeveloped vehicles for Mr Poppy to act in such an unrestrained childish, outrageous and irresponsible manner as to be too incredulous for the film to work.
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