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The Santa Clause 2 (Bilingual)

3.8 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Tim Allen, Elizabeth Mitchell, David Krumholtz, Eric Lloyd, Judge Reinhold
  • Directors: Michael Lembeck
  • Writers: Cinco Paul, Don Rhymer, Ed Decter, John J. Strauss, Ken Daurio
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DTS Surround Sound, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Sept. 7 2004
  • Run Time: 104 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars 67 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00005JLQ8
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #37,705 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Walt Disney Pictures presents an all-new comedy adventure overflowing with holiday cheer. Tim Allen reappears in SANTA CLAUSE 2, the hilarious sequel to everybody's holiday favorite. Scott Calvin (Allen) has been Santa Claus for the past eight years, and his loyal elves consider him the best one ever. But Scott's got problems. His son Charlie has landed on this year's "naughty" list, and if Scott doesn't marry by Christmas Eve -- one very, very short month away -- he'll stop being Santa forever. Embracing Christmas and the magic of family with heart, warmth, fun, and charm, SANTA CLAUSE 2 is classic holiday entertainment everybody will enjoy again and again.

Special Features

7 Deleted Scenes|Gag Reel -- Bloopers From The Cast|"Operation Toy Box: Save Santa" Set-Top Game|"Inside The North Pole With Curtis: -- Making-Of Featurette|"True Confessions Of The Legendary Figures" -- Interviews With The Tooth Fairy, Mother Nature, Father Time, And The Easter Bunny Edit|Director's Tour Of Elfsburg Featurette|Audio Commentary With Michael Lembeck|DVD-ROM Features: Coloring Book Activity; "Reindeer Games" Game; "Santa Lib's" Activity; "Holiday Rush!" Game

Customer Reviews

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Any film that regards The Toothfairy as The Moleinator is in serious trouble. But that's not the only problem with "The Santa Clause 2" -- the problem is its lack of freshness and enjoyability. The first film was a real Christmas treat; funny, ocassionally rather surprisingly witty, and always with a tender side and a refreshing Holiday spirit.
The second vehicle -- though filmed eight years apart from the first -- seems like a cash-in, and nothing more. Santa (Tim Allen), a.k.a. Scott Calvin (look at the initials), is as happy as can be. He's been Santa Claus for the past eight years, and the children have been happier since he became Santa. (Who takes these polls?) But as Christmas draws closer, Scott realizes that not only is his son, Charlie, on the Naughty List, there's a second clause in the contract that states he must become married to "The Mrs. Claus" in 27 days, or he'll be history.
The head elf, Bernard, along with the help of another fellow elf (Specer Breslin, "The Cat in the Hat"), duplicates a fake Santa to watch over things as the real Scott goes home to tend to family matters. But the new Santa Claus is an evil dictator who comes to work in Hitler's outfit and demands that all children be given coal. It's the funniest part of the movie, apart from when Evil Santa says to Good Santa, "You are a sad, strange little man," which is of course a little Disney in-joke. (Tim is mimicking his own Buzz Lightyear character from Disney/Pixar's "Toy Story.")
"The Santa Clause 2" got a lot of good reviews that called it an enjoyable and charming little movie, but I missed something. The first film was something both kids and adults alike could equally enjoy. Allen was funnier, the film was funnier, and it was much more charming than this.
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I would have to say that I really didn't want to watch this movie. I happened to really like the first one and sequels usually never amount to anything (especially disney sequels. The first thing that gave this movie 2+ right away was they kept most of the same actors. I can not stand watching a sequel with different actors as the same people. I would have to say the plot is absoltely horrible though. All of a sudden there is more fine print on the santa card that now comes into play a few years later. What happened to all the other years he was santa? The movie was also way too rushed. There wasn't really a chance for you to really get into any of the relationships due to nothing but rushed scenes. The movie has a few fun scenes and I really like watching the staff at the party get their presents. If only everyone reacted like that to gifts. That teacher party is probably the best scene of the movie. he reindeer in this were just horrible and the elves were made a little bit dumber I guess. All of a sudden Bernard walks like he had an accident in his pants I mean its little things like that and the lack of a plot that knock this movie down to just 3. I would have to say though that this was a good movie, but not great they definitely aimed it more for kids 5-10 instead of the broad audience that was captured by the original.
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Tim Allen returns to role that gave him his biggest box office success back in 1994. Good 'ol Saint Nick. Why did it take so long to get a sequel to the smash hit original made?. Well, Allen himself said they could never find the right storyline and that they wanted it to be perfect. It took 8 years to find the right story?. The plot of this movie pretty much sounds like the obvious storyline to do, so I'm surprised it took them almost a decade to realize it. Scott Calvin(Allen), has been Santa in the north pole for many years now and many believe that he has been the best Santa ever. The glimpses into the north pole and the Santa village and workshop are wonderful. This is what I have always imagined the place to look like. However, the place is located underground, and that's the first time I have seen them do that. Head elf Bernard(David Krumholtz), is back, and is followed around by the #2 elf, who is played by Spencer Breslin, who was seen in "The Kid", and the upcoming "The Cat In The Hat" movie. Santa gets his annual naughty and nice list and is shocked to see that his son, Charlie, is on the naughty list. But Bernard has bigger news. It is written in the clause agreement that made Scott Santa that he has to get married, get a Mrs. Clause, or he will be desantified. Will no longer be Santa. Ho no!. He travels back to town to catch up on what Charlie has been doing, being reunited with his ex-wife, and her horrible sweater wearing husband Neil, once again played by Judge Reinhold. As the desantification beings, and Scott begins to shrink his body weight and lose the beard, he gets involved with Charlie's ice princess principal, Principal Newman, played by the lovely Elizabeth Mitchell.Read more ›
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Hey ... to all the people who said that "it lacked the magic of the first" ... Three words ... GIVE ME A BREAK! I think there is soooo much pressure on second films. People do not take them for what they are. This movie was made to entertain and put smiles on kids faces. Did it do that? I certainly think so. SO what if the plot was a little off or that there were now three different story lines. Can't keep up? It wasn't that hard or disruptive to the film. Or that Charlie's behavior was a bit silly and quickly taken care of.... give me a break. Take the film for what it was trying to accomplish (good simple holiday giggles), not for living in the shadow of the first. Come on people this is not rocket science. It was just a goofy Christmas film to keep the kids happy while you try to eat dinner in peace. I thought it was adorable!
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