The Santa Clause 3 - The Escape Clause
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Tim Allen is back in the big red suit for more adventure and laughs in Disney's hilarious family comedy. Get ready for a thrilling sleigh ride as the reluctant Santa Claus faces his most chilling and hysterical challenge yet. As Christmas nears, Scott Calvin invites his in-laws (Ann-Margret and Alan Arkin) to join the festivities. The holidays take a chaotic turn when Scott discovers a way out of his "Santa Clause" and the mischievous Jack Frost (Martin Short) puts the big freeze on Christmas' big cheese! Unless Scott can save the day, it's going to be a very chilly Frostmas at the North Pole and all around the world. Will Scott be able to get his job back in the St. Nick of time? Celebrate the holidays with THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE, complete with exclusive bonus materials, including a musical Christmas Carol-oke feature. It's a gift the whole family will treasure.
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Ann Margaret and Alan Arkin bring their many combined years of experience to the Santa-in-laws with great humor and biting wit. The regular cast turns in its usual stalwart support. Judge Reinhold has raised the irritating, well meaning, psycho-babbling Neil to new heights. In the present or the past, you can't help but like him, even as you reach out to strangle him with your bare hands! Lilianna Mumy is, hard to believe, even more likable than her dad.
Tim Allen IS Santa, although the magic of the first movie is not quite there. Or maybe we take it for granted. Still not enough Comet - I just love the reindeer - they're the best!!!
The only redeeming factor was the presence of Liliana Mumy as Lucy Miller. I watch the original every year without fail, but this clinker bears no resemblance to that film - the humor is forced and caustic, and the script is silly and unimaginative. Perhaps better editing could have saved this.