The film follows a reindeer, who suffers from vertigo and decides to learn to fly with a squirrel. He plans to return to North Pole and help Santa Claus with his reindeer peers after the course. However, the lessons is not that easy and he's going to have a hard time practicing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Flight Before Christmas
A young reindeer who suffers from vertigo learns to overcome his fear, takes flying lessons from a clumsy flying squirrel and heads to the North pole to save a troubled Santa and his fleet of flying reindeer.
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Leslie C (ag) wrote: This movie is really funny. I love it and so do all the moms I know.
Sgt C (ru) wrote: (35%)Luc Besson really needs to call time on movies about a cool headed trained killers, as the concept is well and truly looking old. To be fair though this isn't a bad movie. Zoe Saldana works better than most as the lead, but she's really got no big names to help back her up, and as the main bad guy is as bland as they come there's no real draw which is something as mediocre as this really could have done with. There's a fair amount of reasonable action, and of course with this being a Besson movie there's the obligatory rocket launcher sequence, and it's all handed acceptably well. The parts between the action though just aren't strong enough as the writing is too crude and the plot is way too predicable.
Carl P (au) wrote: great movie and to realize the stars that are in it is something you only get once in a lifetime
Alex H (ag) wrote: I have a feeling I would genuinely enjoy this movie if it weren't for the hideous things going on behind the scenes, including the real on-screen animal cruelty. It's just my opinion that fiction intentionally being revolting should be revolting within the confines of being fiction.Apart from that, Cannibal Holocaust is grisly, gritty, and disgusting. Its makeup and effects are impressive. And for a found-footage film - arguably the first - its cinematography is surprisingly competent. It's a film worth watching for those interested in exploitation and/or horror - anyone else should stay very far away.