Christmas in Wonderland
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Here is where things get really crazy. They are at "The Mall"--the big one, with a wave pool, a pirate ship, ice skating, a myriad other attractions, and, of course, Santa. The little girl insists on seeing him. She wishes for a million dollars for her Dad. Then, while her oldest brother goes off pursuing a girl, she and her other brother happen to have a bag of money land on them--from a couple of bungling crooks. Rather than turning in the money, the kids go on a spending spree, but the money is counterfeit. There are chase scenes, arrests, suspense, magic--everything that would hold a child's attention. But what caught my attention were the multiple incidents of profanity, name calling, crude phrases, kids needing attitude adjustments, portrayal of the RCMP inspector as a bumbling idiot, and a scene in the women's lingerie department discussing a pair of skimpy, sheer, black, women's panties and whether the Dad was buying them for his girlfriend, his wife, or himself.Read more ›
When a family is not doing so well at Christmas, and one of the kids asks a mall Sants for a million dollars, and that wish just happens to come true... Well, what could possibly go wrong?
Christmas in Wonderland definitely has the fun factor! No great surprises, but a cute film. The addition of Patrick Swayze, Tim Curry and Chris Kattan to the cast is a big plus.
She watched it at least 20 times whilst she was with me and never tired of it. I have had kids watch movies over and over again but this was exceptional. She took it home and they all got to watch it again and again.
It is a great kids movie for the whole family AND it has the late Patrick Swayze in it. How good is that!
We just can't figure out why it's so hard to purchase this time of season. Unless it was because it was filmed in Ca. The 2 boys Matthew Knight and Cameron Bright who played in the movie are from Canada and did a really good job of acting. What really made the movie was Amy and Zoe Schlagel playing the part of Mary Saunders, and believing in Santa and the miracles that happen. I would put this movie in the classics category Miracle on 34th Street.
This movie starts off with a dad who has just recently moved to Edmonton Canada from Los Angeles California for a new job. After the move you learn that he hasn't even started his job and has already been laid off. He has moved with his kids already to Canada but for some reason his wife was still trying to catch a flight out and was told she would't make it home in time for Christmas.
With the move, they never had time to get any presents for the kids, of course the Mom is unhappy with this and asked her husband to go shopping to get a Christmas Tree and some presents for the kids. He says something along the lines of they don't have any money he has already lost his job and with the move there is no way they can afford to do that, unless he somehow gets a million dollars.
Well his daughter overhears that conversation, so when he decided to take the kids to the mall in Edmonton,the daughter asks to go see Santa. The father has his sons watch Mary(his daughter) and take her to Santa while he goes shopping for Christmas. Of course neither of the sons really want to watch there little sister so a bet is made and one of them has to stay with her and the oldest gets to go off and do what he wants.Read more ›
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My grandchildren and I love this movie could probably recite it verbatim.Published 1 month ago by Judy Donahue
Had to buy this movie for my "Canadian Family", as when we went to visit from the States they took us to the mall which is in this movie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Maxim
I have not watched this movie as of yet, but anything with Patrick Swayze had to be good.Published 5 months ago by Jolene Shelley