Sareen Kellzi, 14, of Glendale is a 10th-grader at Clark Magnet
High School in Glendale.
Tim Allen is back as Santa Claus just in time for the holiday
season in the amusing sequel "Santa Clause 2." In the first film,
Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) is a businessman who becomes Santa Claus one
night when he accident- ally puts on Santa's coat.
This time around, Calvin is well over the shock of his discovery
and loves his new job. However, new problems begin to arise. Calvin's
son Charlie is on the "Naughty list" and is doing poorly in school.
To make things worse, Santa discovers he must get married by
Christmas Eve or he will lose his job.
He leaves the North Pole to the control of a power-hungry
duplicate Santa Claus and goes home to spend more time with his son
and begin searching for a Mrs. Claus.
This movie is very good and can entertain a wide age group. Young
children will enjoy the elaborate factory in the North Pole with all
the elves, reindeer and Santa Claus, and older children can
understand the conversations. Parents will like it as much as their
Overall, "Santa Clause 2" is a great family movie, especially to
get you in that holiday spirit.
"Santa Clause 2" is rated G.
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