The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 17%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 39%
IMDb Rating 4.7 10 31381

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March 05, 2013 at 11:51 AM


Cameron Monaghan as Traffic Cop #1
Aisha Tyler as Mother Nature
Tim Allen as Santa / Scott Calvin
700.13 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 37 min
P/S 3 / 27

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TheLittleSongbird 6 / 10

My least favourite Santa Clause movie, but it wasn't bad

Okay, I will start off with the cons first. The story is very predictable and uneven, and there is an anti-climatic ending that really does detract from the fun the film does have. The film also suffers from the direction needing a much harder edge. However, my biggest con was that the messages about commercialising Christmas being evil felt misplaced. Despite its flaws, it is a mildly enjoyable family film, even if it did mean it is my least favourite of the three movies. The film visually is quite possibly the most colourful of the three, the special effects with the exception of the reindeer who look as though they have been stuffed were above average, and the cinematography is nice. There are some good laughs mostly from Jack Frost and the Experimental Elf, and the acting was amiable. While generously underplaying, Tim Allen once again does a good job as Santa, and Ann-Margaret and Alan Arkin in particular do well as his in-laws. But it is Martin Short who steals the film, in a wonderfully wacky portrayal of the villain Jack Frost, and I have to say the makeup on it was superbly done. And the soundtrack is cool, and the songs featured are sung with unusual gusto. Plus, the cameos from Mother Nature, Sandman and Father Time(the late Peter Boyle) are inspired. The film, and I am not sure whether this is good or bad, also is very suagry sweet. All in all, not bad, but my least favourite of the Santa Clause movies. 6/10 Bethany Cox

Reviewed by kelleyew-1 7 / 10

Good, not Great Trilogy Movie!!!

Yes, I am am adult and yes, I was probably more excited to see this third movie than my 3 children. I really loved the first two movies. This third is a must see in the "set", but I have to say, it's not my favorite. It's very hard to compete with the excellent first 2 movies. I didn't like that Charlie isn't played often enough. I also did care for the actors that starred as Mrs. Clause's parents. Yes, Ann-Margaret and Alan Arkin are terrific actors, but not perfect for this role as the in-laws, I thought. Martin Short was excellent! He is so evil and he does it well! Lucy is a doll! She stole the movie. I loved this movie... it's a great end to the other two, but I don't think they should make any more. Curtis's role as an elf was better when he was a kid! Yes, Bernard's appearance was highly missed. If you loved the first two, see this 3rd, otherwise wait until October of next year to rent it.

Reviewed by clock_me 10 / 10

family friendly

I waited so long to see the last santa clause movie because i loved the first 2 all so much after waiting 11 years i decided to sit back and enjoy since it was the holidays and very happy I did it brought back all my favorite characters well except Bernard but you really don't notice my only problem was thee animated reindeer a little bit annoying I'm happy that it spent most of it at the north pole unlike number 2 it had more humor and added a few new characters like jack frost and Alan Arkin who made this film extra special now the plot isn't anything knew and you can guess whats coming in the first 15 to 20 min but it has a great meaning when the end comes now The and Lucy made me smile every time she came on to the screen really the best part of the movie and now one ot anyone could ever have played santa like Tim Allen

I recommend this to anyone who loves the santa calus you wont be dissapointed

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