Finding Mrs. Claus

Finding Mrs. Claus

When Mrs. Claus (Mira Sorvino) feels neglected by her less than attentive husband (Will Sasso), she goes to Las Vegas to help a little girl with her Christmas wish. But when Santa finds out and follows her to Sin City to make amends, he puts Christmas at risk when things don't go quite as he planned.

When Mrs. Claus (Mira Sorvino) feels neglected by her less than attentive husband (Will Sasso), she goes to Las Vegas to help a little girl with her Christmas wish. But when Santa finds out... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Finding Mrs. Claus torrent reviews

Simon P (ag) wrote: Bloody awful B-movie that pays homage to Herschell Gordon Lewis, shame it isn't to Fred Olen Ray then we'd have something to smile about. Smash Cut has none of the charm required for this type of film to work. Sasha Grey earns it a couple of stars so this utter shite does avoid a minus rating!

Arthur P (jp) wrote: Interesting look at a extremist group in an strange time in history, although sort of sad that all there bombings had not effect in changing anything for the better.

Scott W (es) wrote: Okay so if you paid money and went to see it and endured the whole thing waiting for that falsely promised moment of enlightenment that never showed, I hope you got your money back. From the marketing, the black and white style, all the strange oddities carefully placed, you felt certain, then less certain, then hoped, then despaired that this movie is at some point going to have a point, and are ultimately angry and pissed off when you realize the whole thing is this farce of a production company's practical joke on you. Yes, I actually think these people sat around one day and asked the question "What is the stupidest most ridiculous deranged plot we can come up with to lead people around by the nose with for an hour or two and piss them off?" Northfork is their result. Well, I don't think sucker punching moviegoers is funny. Oh and also, the stupid little things like it being set in 1950's but them lining up a joke like "What you talking about Willis?" when we know that phrase occurred in a TV show (Different Strokes in the 80's) is just so stupid as to be dumber than the most obvious pun. Or a man sitting in a dress saying "Hello, My name is Cup of Tea...," Let me sum my comments up for the production company and writer / producer this way: Don't put everything you think or dream up on a movie screen, most of it most certainly doesn't belong there. People like you are what youtube is for...put your visual and creative vomit there so you don't cause collateral damage and charge people for the "privilege". The only redeeming quality of this movie is to use it as an April Fool's joke on someone who doesn't know how much you really hate them. Tell them how wonderful and profound and "must see" this film and then laugh in their faces when they predictably look at you like you are an alien or start screaming at you the next time you see them after they "sucker sit" in front of it.

Sarah F (mx) wrote: i would like to see this

John Y (de) wrote: Though it is an amazing film as far as the production, design, and puppeteering are concerned, it is so incredibly slow paced that it borders on boring.

Hugh H (it) wrote: Interesting only for the cast. Slow moving and mist if the jokes fall flat. If you want to see a good Billy Wilder movie from the 60s watch "One Two Three" with Jimmy Cagney, which is brilliantly funny.

JeanPhilippe G (ag) wrote: The curse of the black pearl is the best installement of the pirates franchise and creates one of the most memorable characters on the big screen from the last decade, Captain Jack Sparrow.

Ryan H (jp) wrote: Fairly good concept. Bad choice of direction. Mediocre ending. Could have been more creative!