The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Much like a Christmas present you quickly get bored with, Joosen and Seelman festive folly will quickly fade from memory.
Warm-hearted animated elf story with mild violence.
On this evidence, Santa's sadly not worth saving.
The colourful, simplified computer-generated animation will be easy on the eye for youngsters ( ... ) that the singing is sometimes less polished than parts of Mamma Mia! won't matter to older toddlers.
I watched it with a nine-year-old who said: "This film is so annoying I want to kick it!"
Voiced by a recognisable cast, Saving Santa is a pleasant and well-timed festive animation, but its unsophisticated storyline, general lack of humour and substandard soundtrack ultimately let it down.
The animated children's film Saving Santa is a whimsical holiday adventure that tries a little too hard. When the North Pole is attacked an aspiring inventor elf named Bernard attempts to save Santa by using Santa's sled to travel back in time. Featuring Martin Freeman, Tim Curry, and Ashley Tisdale, the film has a solid cast. And there are a number of charming and festive musical numbers. However, the animation style is rather crude and the characters lack a sense of life. Saving Santa has some production issues, but is still an entertaining film with a bit of Christmas magic to it.
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