Santa and Pete

Santa and Pete

This warmhearted Yuletide tale tells the story of Grandpa Nichols (James Earl Jones) who is spending his first Christmas alone as a widower. His grandson Pete (Flex Alexander from SHE'S ALL THAT) is riveted by his grandfather's story of St. Nick, and Pete decides that it is his desire to do all he can to help out old St. Nick in any way he can. A delight for the whole family.

It's the first Christmas without Grandma and a diffucult time for the family, until Gradpa (James Earl Jones, Star Wars, Field of Dream) decides to share a story with his ten-year-old grandson Terence. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Santa and Pete torrent reviews

Michael E (kr) wrote: Great honest and charming about the sexual beginning among youth :D

Ryan S (ag) wrote: This was a pretty fun film to watch. I think I'll try to watch a few more Canto films.

J K (it) wrote: Yeah, we all know. The war in Iraq is bad. Tell us something we don't know.

Rachel M (ru) wrote: it is nice, charming, n surprisingly thoughtful. i didn't know american people also consider age, religion, n ethnicity for a marriage. good to know. :) i've been americanizing so age n ethnicity don't matter to me anymore if there's love, true love. but there's no compromising with faith; my guy has to be a Christian. lol age difference...(in the movie 14 yrs diff, wow) as long as a woman doesn't look too older than her man, then i think it's ok. but if you're in love tooooo young guy, who cares? according to the movie, you deserve it. haha.

Hoolio E (mx) wrote: An Incredible story, following the journey of a Neo Natzi, inside the american Los Angeles culture. Edwards transformation across the film is not only artistically stunning but it leaves you bitting your fingernails to nubs. The following ensemble support this brilliant piece in showing off a true cultural epiphany. A film that you must see!

Matthew C (au) wrote: This movie teaches us how to appreciate the people that come to our lives. If it's only for a season they are there for a reason.

Antoine S (ca) wrote: La realisation d'Almodovar sauve ce film par trop farfelu.

Charly F (it) wrote: It may be from 1962, but "The Day The Earth Caught Fire" is remarkably relevant. OK - you may want to substitute nuclear accident for global warming but this is a superb science fiction which is close to science fact. I suppose you could take issue about the fact the heroes work for The Daily Express but it feels authentic from a time when journalism was more respected than politicians and journalists tell the truth, despite being functioning alcoholics. The acting particularly Leo McKern is really good although the real editor of The Daily Express - Arthur Christiansen - who plays the Daily Express editor - struggles. Still Val Guest made a brilliant film which stands up through the years. The ending is ambiguous and the feel is bleak, which makes it feel real. Oh and Janet Munro's character and acting is terrific - far better than the contemporary portrayal of women. Very good extras as well. Not sure why is has taken 52 years for me to see this film - but I am so glad I have seen this remastered version.

Adam W (mx) wrote: What a pile of shit, Van Dammes only in the movie for about 2 seconds..

Charles P (ag) wrote: Rollerball is a disorienting disaster - a collection of violence, weak protagonists, and woozy editing without a hint of narrative, reason, pacing, or logic.