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Plot: Now that Santa/Scott Calvin and Mrs. Claus/Carol Calvin have the North Pole running smoothly, the Counsel of Legendary Figures has called an emergency meeting on Christmas Eve! The evil Jack Frost has been making trouble, looking to take over the holiday! So he launches a plan to sabotage the toy factory and compel Scott to invoke the little-known Escape Clause and wish he'd never become Santa! Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 02 Nov 2006
Look, I recommend that everybody just take a chill pill and relax for a second. This movie is not trying to be anything more than a fitting finale to what has proved to be a great trilogy of films. Too many people are being too critical and expecting too much from this film. The story is fine, a nice pleasant easy to follow plot with help from some nice additions to the cast, especially Alan Arkin as Santa's father-in-law.Tim Allen continues to impress as the big man himself and Martin Short is great as Jack Frost. I strongly recommend this one as a holiday pleaser and whilst a number of <more>
adults will sigh at the films relatively corny ending I strongly recommend staying around for the bloopers during the final credits.Overall I would definitely say that this is a movie worth seeing, ignore the critics and make your own mind up on this one, you wont be disappointed.
This Movie Is The Best Movie EVER!!! EVER (by Cutiepie94)
Santa Clause 3 is the best movie ever because it had everything a great movie needs. It was a sweet, exciting, touching,and fun! It has great plot, great acting, awesome ending, Personally I think it was the best Santa Clause movie so far! I LOVED it! Tim Allen did and awesome job with the job of Santa Clause! His makeup looked so real, it amazed me! But, I think they should come up with a Santa Clause 4! I mean since they have a baby Clause. Why not go from there. They could have him growing up as a 2 year old then getting older. And stuff like that. Or that Buddy Baby wants to go live with <more>
his cousins so he can go to school or something to do with Santa in the North Pole!! Mrs. Clause should stay in them and something could happen with her! She could get kidnapped and Santa has to save her!!! I don't know but all i can say is there should be a Santa Clause 4. Tim Allen has done a Great Job so why let it stop there?
Just like the first 2; AMAZING! DO NOT READ THIS IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE MOVIE!! (by Bradboy1029)
Yeah, the lines are a tad bit cheesy, but lets face it... It's RATED G! All G rated films have cheesy lines Except The Hunchback of Notre Dame The Plot is amazing, and even though it was fast paced, it had a great concept. The acting was incredible! The Sets were incredible, and the ending with bloopers and Jack Frost warming into a nice white freak just made me want to say... huh? and HA! The Little baby at the end, Buddy Claus, was so adorable. Niel was just as funny then the first, his calm relaxed features just want to make you fall on the ground. The P.A. announcer during the North <more>
Pole resort was funny and had some hysterical, yet random lines... "SHAVE A REINDEER, ONLY FIVE DOLLARS" Was one of his lines... WHAT?! That is so random!!!!!!!!!!Tim Allen was funny again and his in-laws were laughable. Frost was funny. But my favorite PART was when Jack Frost goes back in time to become Santa and changes the North Pole into an amusement park... Overall, it was a great movie. I HIGHLY recommend it to everyone for a holiday spirit movie.GO SEE IT, FOR PETE'S SAKE! Who's Pete
Finally a Wholesome Movie to see with the entire family! (by rbmcky)
Tim Allen returns for the third in the Santa Clause series as Scott Calvin, better known as Santa Claus. Scott's busy trying to raise his son at the North Pole, but still must deal with the shenanigans of the obnoxious Jack Frost. Santa Clause 3 is the most magical movies I've seen so far this year. Even though Christmas is still a month and a half away, this movie will surely put you in the spirit. It's wholesome and full of good messages. We need more of these types of films to teach our kids good moral values. Tim Allen delivers a great performance and Martin Short was <more>
outstanding as Jack Frost. The sets were amazing, as well as the special effects. Full of action, comedy and magic! I was laughing the entire time. This is what Christmas is all about! The rest of the cast was great as well.
As Santa Watching The Santa Clause 3 (by SantaNiclaus)
I love these movies! I think they're "up with the times", because of the special effects and the vibrance and the action in them. When my wife and I go to see these movies though, many of the kids will ask me if I'm Tim Allen afterward when the lights come on and everyone is exiting. I tell them no but that I think he did a WONDERFUL job playing me in the movie! Ho Ho Ho! I really hope Tim Allen does decide to do more of these movies to make them kind of episodic on the movie screen. They're just plain fun! In this crazy mixed up world we live in we sometimes have a <more>
tendency to analyze everything to death! And it's "mixed up" because we tend to do that to things that are just supposed to be fun like The Santa Clause 3 and it's precursors more than we do things "based on a true story". But please, have fun with this! It's just supposed to be fun! And it IS! Relax! Kick back! Just escape the real world for a bit and enjoy the movie!
Excellent sequel for the holiday season! (by Catherine_Grace_Zeh)
THE SANTA CLAUSE 3: THE ESCAPE CLAUSE, in my opinion, is an excellent sequel for the holiday season! If you ask me, the house that Scott Tim Allen and Carol Elizabeth Newman lived in was very nice. Also, Jack Frost's Martin Short little capers amused me very much. In order for you to find out what he did, you'll have to see the movie for yourself. However, the havoc he wreaked really caused chaos. In addition, I loved the way the footage from the first movie was instilled. Before I wrap this up, I'd like to say, "Tim Allen has scored huge once again!" Now, in <more>
conclusion, if you are a fan of Tim Allen, and you haven't this excellent sequel for the holiday season, I highly recommend it, that is, if you haven't seen it.
Better than 2, but not quite up to the original... (by m_ruch-1)
Tim Allen and Michael Lembeck director have done it again! If you liked the original, and the first sequel, then number 3 will not disappoint. Of course, if I was one of the decision making executives at Disney, I would end the franchise here and consider myself lucky that the company has turned out three successful Christmas Classics. Of course, I'm not a Disney executive, but I hope they take my advice anyway.All of the cast members from number 2 are back with the exception of David Kromholtz as Bernard, the head elf . Kromholtz was probably tied up with his show Numbers, but his <more>
presence is missed. Spencer Breslin as Curtis, has grown into his role and gotten a deeper voice in the 4 years since part 2 , but he just doesn't have the same screen presence as Kromholtz.The film moves along at a quick pace, and Martin Short steals every scene that he's in as the devilish Jack Frost, who learns a valuable lesson about himself by the end of the movie. Eric Lloyd is underused as Scott Calvin's son, but Judge Reinhold and Wendy Crewson are delightful once again in their original roles.I'm not going to ruin any plot twists in the film, but there is an interesting homage to "It's a Wonderful Life", that provides a revealing look at a parallel reality that could have occurred if events had not transpired as they do in the first film.I'll close by saying that this is a fun family film, and definitely one that the kids will enjoy. It helps if you've seen the other two films, but even that isn't necessary for enjoyment of this outing. I found it more entertaining than the second film, but doesn't quite have the heart-warming impact of the original. When this comes out on DVD and you know it will , it will definitely be a movie worth adding to your collection, especially if you own the other two titles in this series.
I do not understand why there are so many critical comments on this Disney movie. Being European and living in Canada I absolutely loved the "Canadian" North Pole. I do not remember last time I was laughing so much in a movie theater. My kids liked the "kid's" part and I appreciated, that they still do believe in Santa after seeing this movie!! and I had a blast with adult aimed comments. It is a movie to enjoy with your family and I do not believe there was ever intention for anything else. Cheer up, Christmas is coming! I could not wait to buy real Canadian tree, <more>
you know, from Canada, where we are...LOL. And, yes, i will buy this DVD as well.
The Santa Clause I, II, III -- Three Winners in a Row! (by larrysmile1)
The Santa Clause the 3-quel is a delightful continuation of the "The Santa Clause" storyline. Congratulations to Walt Disney and Tim Allen for making a G-rated movie that a family can take the children to see. The original Santa Clause film was released in 1994 and it's second storyline in 2002. Now, four years later, the choice of the storyline with Jack Frost trying to usurp Santa and take over the Jolly Old Man's enjoyment at making toys for the world's children is well conceived and developed. In fact, Martin Short goes so far as to steal the show with his <more>
characterization of the devious "Jack Frost." Martin Short's musical number, which is a spoof of "New York, New York", was well performed. Martin can "make it anywhere" whether in NY or the North Pole! Kudos, Martin.I am delighted that Walt Disney has been able to return the main players through the original film, the sequel, and 3-quel. I would have liked to see "Bernard the Head Elf" back in Santa Clause 3. However, David Krumholtz, being older, was able to make the character of the Santa's head elf more believable. Additionally, he also had a comedic side with his "controlling" humor. And, sadly, the character of Judy the Elf, in the persona of actress Paige Tamada, is sorely missed since the original story. If she were available for this current production she would be 20 21 years of age and indeed ready for a solid supporting role. She seems to have vanished from performing since 1999. However, the addition of Ann-Margret and Alan Arkin as new supporting players gave the movie a nice new touch.The entire production team is to be praised for the wonderful Santa Village set that was constructed. Bright, colorful, and interesting the setting makes an ideal Santa's Workshop and North Pole community! I especially liked seeing all the young performers in ensemble roles going about their workshop lives helping Santa fulfill his annual mission. Their costuming was well done. There is one aspect of the film that I felt should have been left out. This was the playing of goofs and outtakes at the end of the film during credits roll. As the viewer gets engrossed into this film and is won over at the very end believing that Santa, again using his magical powers, has saved the day, the needless inserting of actor's goofs and giggles shatters this vision almost immediately. In a film of this type, the patron should depart the theater with a feeling of magic, goodwill, and a feeling for the holiday. This feeling is lost before the patron gets up from his/her seat by seeing the silliness of the production goofs. Not every film requires this too often used technique to make the film likable. The Santa Clause 3 is good enough to stand on it's own merits without the outtakes. Every comedy film producer and director should consider abandoning this practice of showing that well-known actors often can't get their lines and scenes correct. I want to see a perfect motion picture and don't want to know the ends and means it took to get there!Most people would advise to stop with three films on the same topic. Walt Disney and Tim Allen and crew are fortunate to have produced three direct hits. However, if a fourth film seems apparent, especially since most of the principal players are at the one-half century age mark then the only interesting storyline would be how Scott Calvin's son, Charlie, who didn't have much of a storyline in this film, takes over the family business from his father and becomes the new Santa Claus. Eric Lloyd is currently 20 years old and could be believable as a young Santa by the year 2010! Aside from the minor criticism of this film, I do recommend this third production as well as the original and sequel film for all families to make this film into an annual classical Santa marathon.