Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus

Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus

While newspaper writer Church struggles with the death of his wife, he receives a "special" assignment. He must answer a little girl's question about whether Santa Claus really exists.

While newspaper writer Church struggles with the death of his wife, he receives a "special" assignment. He must answer a little girl's question about whether Santa Claus really exists. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus torrent reviews

Collin R (es) wrote: WOW!!!! how the ef was this movie made, I swear it is easily one of the dullest movies ever.

Michael M (us) wrote: My Left Cheek starring Jesscia Alba? Oh.

Gavin P (ru) wrote: A different take on a hostage situation, with the flashbacks just making Brad (Shannon) look even crazier. No real rhyme or reason to anything in the film, with it seeming to be weird for the sake of Herzog's whims - staring into the camera, frozen, for 30sec at a time, a score that doesn't fit, flamingos and ostriches... Also a waste of Dafoe's talents - felt long @ 87min.

Gabriel K (kr) wrote: Starts off great as a hilarious comedy, and it gave me quite a few chuckles in the first half. Unfortunately, it appears the writers ran out of good jokes somewhere in the middle of the movie, as the rest of it was a train wreck.

Patrick K (jp) wrote: Forgot how funny this movie is

Jesse K (gb) wrote: The third act (including the reveal) might not be executed as wonderfully as the first but the rest of Scream 2 is packed with the same amount of fun and excitement as the original.

Chase W (br) wrote: One of the best independent movies i've ever seen. Robin Tunney gives an unforgettable performance. This movie rocks!!!! Its my second favorite movie of all time.

Jesse T (de) wrote: To anyone who may not know, "To Wong Foo" is the American response to the Austrailian film, "The Adventures of Priscilla: Queen of the Desert" starring Hugo Weaving and Terrence Stamp. I haven't seen most of it, so I can't compare the two. The only good thing about "To Wong Foo" is the performances of Swayze, Snipes, and Leguizamo. Swayze carries an elegance I've never seen Drag Queens have, Snipes plays a better black woman then most black women, and Leguizamo probably looks the most like a woman out of the three, though Swayze comes a bit close.

Bill B (nl) wrote: This was pretty fucking corny all the way around, the acting is suspect and full of hammy impersonations and mugging for the camera that will make you hate college basketball players with a passion. Eventually the team mascot is killed and the killer dons the mascot costume to move around campus undetected.It's fairly poor, with little to really recommend it unless you're some kind of hardcore completist.

Walter M (es) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]In "Beware of a Holy Whore", a German film crew is staying in a Spanish hotel waiting for production to start. The star(Eddie Constantine) and director(Lou Castel) arrive but still there are problems like the checks bouncing, causing non-delivery of the necessary materials.[/font][font=Century Gothic][/font] [font=Century Gothic]With "Beware of a Holy Whore", Rainer Werner Fassbinder(he also stars) captures perfectly the chaos and energy of a set on a low budget film, especially one in a foreign country. The problem is that there are too many personal conflicts to count, and the whole scenario is decidedly unfocused with too many people screaming at one another.[/font]

Grisel B (es) wrote: "too cute, because is a classic clean comedy"

Olly H (ca) wrote: not so well known tv movie with two great leading actors

jay n (de) wrote: Cute premise, not perfectly executed but pleasantly charming fantasy. Linda Darnell is almost unbelievably beautiful.

Jonathan C (fr) wrote: Loved all the cameos and silliness. How can you not love Ray Liotta and Danny Trejo singing together? Good laughs, but not as enjoyable as its predecessor.