Entertainment for and about Santa Claus

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Movies about Santa Claus

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    To feel the spirit of Christmas and New Year, you can watch films and cartoons about Santa Claus. Here is a list of the most interesting
  • The Santa Clause, 1994. Due to an accident, Scott must take over the duties of Santa Claus and organize the creation of gifts for children.
  • Santa Claus, 1985. This is a family Christmas movie about a boy named Joe who meets the real Santa Claus. Together they embark on a thrilling journey to save Christmas and ultimately help the boy gain confidence in himself. The film emphasizes the importance of kindness, faith and tradition on Christmas night.
  • The Santa Clause 2, 2002. This is a comedy film about Scott Calvin who becomes Santa Claus. In this sequel, he must find himself a wife before Christmas or he will lose his position as Santa Claus. The film emphasizes the importance of family, love and consideration for those around us.
  • The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, 2006. This is a Christmas comedy and a sequel to the film "Santa Clause". In this part, the main character, Scott Calvin, faces new challenges when his relative tries to break the spell that made him Santa Claus. The film emphasizes the importance of faith, family and love in the traditional Christmas spirit.
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, 2005. A film about four brave children who were able to defeat evil in the fairy-tale land of Narnia and bring back Christmas and spring.
  • Miracle on 34th Street, 1947, 1994. This is a Christmas comedy drama about a man named Kris Kringle who claims to be the real Santa Claus. He ends up in a mental hospital, where his recovery from the situation becomes the central theme of the film. The film explores the ideas of faith, miracles and kindness, as well as the importance of family and communication.
  • A Christmas Carol, 2009. The film tells the story of a miser named Ebenezer Scrooge, who lives in London in the 19th century. On Christmas Eve, he receives a visit from three spirits - Christmas past, present and future - who help him see his life from the outside and change for the better. The film is based on the book of the same name by Charles Dickens and is known for its visual effects and modern take on the classic story.
  • Elf, 2003. This is a comedy film in which the main character, a man named Buddy, grew up among elves at the North Pole. He goes to New York to find his real father and experience the real world. The film follows Buddy's adventures, his desire for family and love, and the importance of believing in miracles and doing good deeds.
  • Mr. St. Nick, 2002. This is a Christmas comedy about Santa Claus who decides to retire and pass on his responsibilities to his son, who has never shown any interest in Christmas traditions. The film explores themes of family relationships, legacy and taking responsibility, while also emphasizing the importance of acts of kindness and love during the holidays.