The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause

The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
Perhaps the last installment of the Disney Christmas franchise, in which Tim Allen finds himself subjected to the legally binding Santa 'Clause' after toppling the real Santa off the roof in the original.

This time around, Santa (Allen), aka Scott Calvin, has to fight off Jack Frost (Short), who wants to rule Christmas himself. Making matters more complicated, Scott risks the secret location of his North Pole hideout by inviting his family up for the holiday.
2006Rating: G, (no rating notes)98 minsUSA
ComedyKids & FamilyFantasy
Director:
Michael Lembeck (The Santa Clause 2, tv's 'Friends', 'Everybody Loves Raymond')
Writer:
Ed DecterJohn J. Strauss
Cast:
Tim AllenElizabeth MitchellMartin ShortEric LloydJudge ReinholdAlan ArkinAbigail Breslin
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Variety

Variety

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Not unlike the shiny snow globe at its center, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause is a thing of consummate craftsmanship, a smoothly engineered and fundamentally lifeless object that's nevertheless capable of giving even the grinchiest moviegoers a brief attack of the warm-and-fuzzies...

The New York Times

The New York Times

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One of the good things about bad movies is that when someone sneers about the unworthiness of a perfectly mediocre film like, say, "Crash," you can turn to a seriously unworthy film like, say, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause and laugh. Ho. Ho. Ho....

San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

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Plodding and unfunny...

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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As a full-service holiday movie, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause gets you into the mood to shop early and often by making the North Pole look like a shopping mall with a never-ending school pageant...

Variety

Variety

press

Not unlike the shiny snow globe at its center, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause is a thing of consummate craftsmanship, a smoothly engineered and fundamentally lifeless object that's nevertheless capable of giving even the grinchiest moviegoers a brief attack of the warm-and-fuzzies...

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

One of the good things about bad movies is that when someone sneers about the unworthiness of a perfectly mediocre film like, say, "Crash," you can turn to a seriously unworthy film like, say, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause and laugh. Ho. Ho. Ho....

San Francisco Chronicle

San Francisco Chronicle

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Plodding and unfunny...

Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

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As a full-service holiday movie, The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause gets you into the mood to shop early and often by making the North Pole look like a shopping mall with a never-ending school pageant...

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