Fred Claus

Fred Claus

Fred Claus and Santa Claus have been estranged brothers for many years. Now Fred must reconcile his differences with his brother whom he believes overshadows him. When an efficiency expert assesses the workings at the North Pole and threatens to shut Santa down, Fred must help his brother to save Christmas.

Fred Claus, Santa's bitter older brother, is forced to move to the North Pole to help his brother a few days with reviewing charts and determine who's naughty and who's nice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ryan A (mx) wrote: "Stuck In Love is a "enjoyable" to watch from Start to the End of this movie." There was some moments that I was "very touched" by the moments in this film. It felt that this movie by after watching it will make you think about the understanding of what is going on. (in other words I mean the story line). The performances in the movie is "extremely heartfelt, heartwarming, and breathtaking. The directing by Josh Boone is incredible. The score is very good. "One of the best movies of 2012". "It's really superb!!!"

Jason S (es) wrote: Super awesome just like the book was.

Juuso L (it) wrote: Vhn niinku keskimrist parempi tv-elokuva.

sharon c (jp) wrote: IN THE NEW VERSION OF THIS< ONE OF THE GUYS LOOK LIKE HARRIET..HAHA

Megan G (us) wrote: It was great by the way that they showed the book of Esther in a romantic movie that could be watched over and over again.

Robert I (fr) wrote: Not as poignant as the first film, but still really funny. John Ritter and Michael Oliver make a great team.

Marcus R (nl) wrote: Classic Seagal action fun filled with nudity, great wise cracks and his signature joint snaps.

Michael T (mx) wrote: Pretty good later Hammer horror film (basically, Hammer's decline began in 1968). Director Robert Young had mainly directed documentaries before this and was clearly inspired by "art house" films (Bergmann, Fellini) as much as the classic Hammer gothic horrors of the past. The plot has an evil vampire (Count Mindaug; never trust the arisocracy in vampire films) victimizing the children of an Austrian village while seducing the wife of the school teacher ("One lust feeds the other, Anna"). The enraged citizenry overcome dispatch the vampire but curses the vilagers. A decade later, the village is ravaged by a plague and the neighboring villages have set up armed roadblocks and patrols to keep the plague from spreading. The Circus of Nights then shows up, rather mysterously, and starts to carry out the counts curse. Lushly photographed, with lots of memorable imagery, and a cast of character actors rather than "big name" Hammer stars; no Christopher Lee or Peter Cushing here. Anthony Higgins and Thorley Walters had been in previous Hammer films as had David Prowse, playing the circus strongman. He went on to play Darth Vader in Star Wars (with the voice of James Earle Jones). Lalla Ward was later a companion of Tom Baker's Doctor Who.

Terry D (de) wrote: Straightforward biographical film, focusing mostly on the political life, of the 28th President of the United States. Convincing portrayal of Woodrow Wilson by Alexander Knox, made all the more so by the fact that he looks very much like him.

Michael W (nl) wrote: Nice JCVD action flick from the end of his late-80s/early-90s heyday. No attempt at explaining JCVD's foreign accent yet Wilfred Brimley goes ALL OUT with his Cajun-inspired accent. A great way to pass the time.

Bala S (au) wrote: Started out artsy, but soon turned disturbing with a sick, twisted ending. No animal lover should watch this.