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Get SantaAstonished 9 year-old Tom teams up with his father to save Christmas once they discover Santa Claus sleeping in their garage after crashing his sleigh and finding himself on the run from the police.
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Directors of "Get Santa"Christopher SmithBirthdate: 1970, Bristol, England, UK
Creators of "Get Santa"Christopher SmithBirthdate: 1970, Bristol, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "Get Santa"VarietyDecember 17, 2014
Overall, there's as much for adults to enjoy as kids, although the latter will probably be the only ones to appreciate the farting reindeer and the poop pellets fired at cop cars in pursuit.Time OutDecember 02, 2014
This modest offering exudes a happy-scrappy charm as it bobbles whimsically along.Movie TalkNovember 14, 2015
There's a sprinkling of grit amid the tinsel.Common Sense MediaJanuary 28, 2015
British Christmas comedy has rude humor, some mature themes.Sky MoviesDecember 11, 2014
Ho-ho-hum.Tribune News ServiceDecember 09, 2014
Daft, deft and ever-so-BritishScotsmanDecember 08, 2014
Flatulent reindeer, sugary sentimentality, ropey effects and a rubbish riff on The Shawshank Redemption.ScotsmanDecember 08, 2014
Two levels of hohohos at work here: Spall's likeable scepticism (for adults) and reindeer flatulence (kids).Observer (UK)December 07, 2014
Former horror maestro Christopher Smith, who made his name with Severance, Triangle and Black Death, goes in search of his inner child with this moderately likable Christmas romp.Daily Telegraph (UK)December 05, 2014
You've got to take the rough with the smooth, and there's a lot of smooth here.Contactmusic.comDecember 05, 2014
Solidly entertaining Christmas movies are so rare that when one comes along it feels like the best gift ever.Independent (UK)December 04, 2014
Christopher Smith, better known for horror films such as Triangle and Severance than yuletide mush, does a fair job of adding some grit to the typical Christmas film. It helps that he has Jim Broadbent playing Santa Claus with such avuncular glee.
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