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The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause [Blu-ray]
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Holiday magic mixes with comical chaos at the North Pole in The Santa Clause 3. Tim Allen reprises his roll of Scott Calvin - aka Santa - as he juggles a full house of family and the mischievous Jack Frost (Martin Short), who is trying to take over the "big guy`s" holiday.
At the risk of giving away the secret location of the North Pole, Scott invites his in-laws (Ann-Margret and Alan Arkin) to share in the holiday festivities, and upcoming birth of baby Claus with expectant wife, Carol - aka Mrs. Claus (Elizabeth Mitchell).
Along for the adventure are Scott`s extended family, son Charlie (Eric Lloyd), ex-wife Laura Miller (Wendy Crewson), her husband, Neil Miller (Judge Reinhold) and their daughter, Lucy (Lilina Mumy) who together with head elf Curtis (Spencer Breslin), foil Jack Frost`s crafty scheme to control the North Pole.
The third entry in this popular series of festive family comedies, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause brings Tim Allen back as Scott Calvin, a man who has to juggle his family life with a dual role as Santa. This time, theres a newborn in the offing, an invite to his in-laws and a house full of people all ready to enjoy the festive season. What could go wrong?
Well naturally things dont quite go to plan, as entering stage left is Martin Short as Jack Frost, who has plans of his own for the Christmas season. Thus, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause sees Scott Calvin and his family continuing to try and keep Christmas on schedule, whilst trying to foil the antics of Mr Frost, sticking closely to the formula thats made this franchise a hit in the process.
Its hardly surprising that theres nothing radically different about The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, but then thats hardly the point. This is a very much an easy holiday crowd-pleaser, that bundles in solid family entertainment and a good number of chuckles across its running time. Its worked for the series before, and it works again here, proving to be a welcome seasonal treat, and a fitting third part of a very family-friendly trilogy. Roll on Christmas! --Jon FosterSee all Product Description
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It's not the most adult of films..but then it was never trying to be! Kids would see it as magical im sure, and me...a bit of magic and a bit of fun...exactly what christmas should be about :)
She is also missing her family. So Scott decides to invite her parents (Alan Arkin and Ann-Margret) to visit for the holiday. Scott's ex-wife and her family also manage to get an invitation as well. But the visiting family only adds to the stress load.
But that's the last of Scott's problems. Jack Frost (Martin Short) feels left out. He wants his own big holiday, not just to be the front-runner of the big red guy. When he is almost tossed from the Society of Enchanted Beings, he talks Scott into letting him help get everything ready for the big day.
Unfortunately, Jack's real mission is to sabotage Santa's job and learn the secret of the escape clause. If he can do that, he'll take over the role of Santa and leave Scott with nothing. Will he succeed?
I love the first film in the series and enjoy the second. This one is just as enjoyable. Yes, the story is predictable, but it is entertaining and heartwarming. I felt like cheering at the end.
And the actors continue to do a great job. The entire cast from the first two movies is back, with one noticeable exception. David Krumholtz wasn't able to return as Bernard. While his character was missed, it didn't hurt the film too much.
There is lots to laugh at in this movie. There are lots of great puns on the word elf and some great visual gags as well. Unfortunately, the Canadian jokes (they pretend to be Canadian for the in-laws), do where thin fast, eh? I especially enjoyed the way they worked bits of the first film into this one.
Is this the magical classic the first one was? Nope. Is it still an entertaining Christmas movie? You'd better believe it.
It has a nice Christmas feel and I enjoyed the performance of 'north pole, north pole', there is good use of special effects
but it is also quite cheesy and some of the kids in it are quite irritating.
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Amazing family film that all the family will enjoy especially at Christmas time and is now a favourite in our household!Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Came packaged well. Santa Clause 3 isn't as good as the first two movies in my opinion but worth seeing if you've seen the first two!Published 5 months ago by stephanie
Not as good as 1, and like 2, some plot holes. But a good xmas addition.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Buyer
thank u for sending this to us the all the family loved the d v dPublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer