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Film Journal International
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March 01, 2007

Short's skill and total commitment to his role make him no straw-dog villain, and his chemistry with Allen helps the movie's Santa feel like a real live person and not an imperturbable icon.
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Film Freak Central
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December 05, 2007

You look at a movie like this and wonder how some screenwriters can have the temerity to go on strike
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Minneapolis Star Tribune

November 18, 2006

The movie is more cute than funny. Smiles are plentiful, but outright laughs are widely scattered.
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eFilmCritic.com
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January 12, 2007

While it may concern elves and Christmas, 'The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause' is more dreary than cheery.
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Entertainment Weekly
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November 08, 2006

This Styrofoam snowman of a sequel overdoses on its own candy-cane-colored sugary cheer.
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Common Sense Media

January 01, 2011

Magical (if mindless) family holiday fun.
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Time Out
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February 03, 2007

Frost turns the occasion into a swag-saturated consumer orgy, which the film condemns even as it hams up product placement for Red Bull.
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Filmcritic.com

November 21, 2007

Special effects are in abundance, but none of them are very well-produced, much like the film on the whole.
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ReelViews
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November 06, 2006

Perfect entertainment for five-year olds and sheer torture for the unlucky parent(s) accompanying them to the theater.
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Movie Metropolis
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November 09, 2007

It's sad to see the life sucked out of a series that started so well.
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Time Out
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November 23, 2006

You've got to hand it to director Michael Lembeck... he's succeeded in persuading studio bosses to let him make not one but two sequels from premises that were dead in the water from the word go.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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November 06, 2006

It's very, very difficult to care, because the movie is structured so poorly.
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