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The Santa Clause 2 : The Misses Clause

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The-Santa-Clause-2-Movie-Poster-ArtworkIt’s been ten years since Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) put on the red suit the Christmas Eve when he found Santa and his reindeer thumping around on his roof. He’s taken very well to the dream job, and his extended family loves it, too. Lately, things are not as rosy as they might seem. Keeping the town a secret from the evolving technologies of the outside world has become a high security operation, and another elf, Curtis, the Experimental Elf (Spencer Breslin) is in training as an assistant to Bernard the Arch-Elf (David Krumholtz).

The Santa Clause – You’ve Never Seen Santa Quite Like This Before

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As lives go for divorced dads, Scott Calvin’s (Tim Allen) could be much better. He’s great at his job as an executive at a Toy Company, but as a dad, he’s really lacking. When his son, Charlie Calvin (Eric Lloyd) comes to spend Christmas Eve with him, things take a serious turnaround for the lives of everyone in the Calvin social circle. Charlie is a firm believer in the legend, as most kids are, but his mother, Laura Calvin Miller (Wendy Crewson), and psychiatrist stepfather, Dr. Neil Miller (Judge Reinhold) find that they want Charlie to let go of the story and believe in only what he can see.

Air Force One (1997)

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Terror is on the rise and Russia asks the help of the United States to get rid of a radical general in Kazakhstan, Ivan Radek (Jurgen Prochnow). Moscow sees him as a terrorist and it is now in the best interest of the United States to see that he is removed from power. That is what starts the wild ride that you have with Air Force One. James Marshall (Harrison Ford), the President of the United States is in Moscow to make a speech congratulating Russian President Petrov (Alan Woolf) for the capture of Radek. Marshall sets the room aflame with his speech as it is not the one that was written form him, instead he tells those in the room and all those watching the even all over the world that terrorists and terrorism will no longer be tolerated. He vows that he and his administration will do everything in its power to make sure that human suffering due to the atrocities performed by others. He basically puts all terrorists on notice and is almost daring them to do something about it. Little does he know that someone is already planing on doing something about it and that the plan for it has already been set in motion.