This year, Santa’s daughter (Maria Thayer) takes her first trip away from the North Pole during the Christmas season hoping to find adventure and love in sunny California. While Santa watches his daughter through a magic snow globe, Annie arrives in L.A. and becomes friends with the owner of Candy Cane Inn, Lucy (Vivica A. Fox), and her daughter, Mia (Nay Nay Kirby). She also quickly lands a job at Wonderland Toys. Wonderland Toys’ owner, Ted (Sam Page) is struggling to stay in business selling old-fashioned toys in a digital world. Annie soon realizes that she wants Ted’s business to thrive because she has feelings for this Christmas traditionalist.
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Greg W (ca) wrote: we've heard the tale of an Englishman in NY here is an Englishman in Denmark.
Mark S (ag) wrote: Awesome. The cynicism in some of the reviews is a large part of the reason this film is important.
Arash X (mx) wrote: So bad it's good, I love this movie,seriously
Marta K (au) wrote: Yes, I know it's more of a television movie and even a child would not believe in the authenticity of love between the two main characters... but I quite liked the idea of the woman's supernatural powers. The ending was really over the top (Wyatt gay?! well but the whole of his character was an exaggerated caricature), perhaps it was planned?
Christopher S (nl) wrote: Charlton Heston was very good as Chinese Gordon and Laurence Olivier was also good but these men are two of the best actors of their time so no surprise there. The surprise was the pacing of the film, which was fast at times and moderate at others so it did not drag at all. Great plot line and twists and amazing cinematography. Great retelling of colonialism and scramble for Africa and excellent ending.
drain b (ru) wrote: a pretty cool pyro-slasher style movie from 79. this film takes its cue from "psycho" and is influential to the 1980 "Maniac" definitely under rated. and most def worth watching. Really creepy at some points,highly entertaining,and slightly disturbing in all its fantastical cheese!
Leslie B (nl) wrote: Original but a bit too gross.
Michael T (us) wrote: An underrated Kafkian picture from Allen; paying great tribute to the cinema of German Expressionism of the 20s and 30s. Great fun...