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Jingle All The Way

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In an attempt to please his little son, Jamie, as he did not attend his Karate class, the thing that makes his son's anger, Howard Langston, a sales man, promises his son to bring him the doll of Turbo Man for Christmas, but incidents come to climax when in the Christmas night, as he cannot find it at any stock, so he has to wander around the city, in order to find it.
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ComingSoon.net

December 27, 2004

And one wonders why Sinbad hasn't made any movies since
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DVDLaser

July 21, 2006

The film is rescued by a strong third act, but getting there is torture.
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USA Today

January 01, 2000

Here's Arnie, of all people, playing a bedraggled suburbanite, and his perversely amusing casting boosts a crass, sometimes nasty and finally funny celebration of holiday mass-merchandising and greed.
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Film Freak Central
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November 08, 2004

The practice of buying indulgences didn't die with the Middle Ages, it just sort of metastasized into something black and malignant at the heart of our society.
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Common Sense Media

December 18, 2010

Ahnold terminates the holiday spirit.
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7M Pictures
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October 23, 2007

Home Alone, this is not, but for a family Christmas movie, it's surprisingly fun.
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Variety

December 18, 2006

In this formulaic star vehicle, Schwarzenegger gets to fly like Peter Pan, act like Superman--and fulfill all the fantasies kids may have about their fathers.
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TheMovieReport.com
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September 14, 2005

If it weren't for the credits 'A Brian Levant Film' and 'Directed by Brian Levant,' one would be certain that the director was Chris Columbus.
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Boston Phoenix
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September 05, 2009

God forbid Arnold should have to shell out for one of those Spanish-speaking turbomen being hocked in the bad part of town.
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Video-Reviewmaster.com

June 12, 2005

OK family fun casts Arnold with Sinbad.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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January 01, 2000

I liked a lot of the movie, which is genial and has a lot of energy, but I was sort of depressed by its relentlessly materialistic view of Christmas, and by the choice to go with action and (mild) violence over dialogue and plot.
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Filmcritic.com
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November 03, 2007

still heartless and unfunny and as welcome a part of the holidays as traffic and fruit cake.
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