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Santa Clause 2

|| MOVIE || Santa Clause 2
|| ROLE || Main Cast
|| AS || Principal Carol Newman/Mrs. Claus
|| YEAR || 2002 (Release date: November 1, 2002)
|| RUNTIME || 105 minutes
|| CURIOSITY || This is the first Santa Clause with Elizabeth. The second one was released in 2006.
|| BUDGET || $65,000,000
|| BOX OFFICE || Total:  $172,855,065
USA: $139,225,854 (USA) (2 February 2003)
Foreign: $33,618,738
Opening Weekend: $29,008,696 (USA) (3 November 2002) (3350 Screens)
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Elizabeth Mitchell

 

 

|| CAST ||
Tim Allen
as Santa Claus/Scott Calvin/Toy Santa
Elizabeth Mitchell as Carol Newman
David Krumholtz as Bernard the Arch-elf
Eric Lloyd as Charlie Calvin
Judge Reinhold as Dr. Neil Miller
Aisha Tyler as Mother Nature
Wendy Crewson as Laura Miller
Spencer Breslin as Curtis
Liliana Mumy as Lucy Miller
Danielle Woodman as Abby the Elf
Peter Boyle as Father Time
Jay Thomas as Easter Bunny
Kevin Pollak as Cupid
Art LaFleur as Tooth Fairy
Michael Dorn as Sandman
Victor Brandt as Reindeer
Bob Bergen as Comet (voice)
Kath Soucie as Chet (voice)
Molly Shannon as Tracy

|| CREW ||
Directed by  Michael Lembeck
Produced by  Robert F. Newmyer, Brian Reilly, Jeffrey Silver
Written by  Leo Benvenuti (characters), Steve Rudnick (characters), Don Rhymer, Cinco Paul, Ken Daurio, Ed Decter, John J. Strauss
Music by  George S. Clinton
Cinematography  by Adam Greenberg
Editing by  David Finfer, Edward A. Warschilka
Distributed by  Walt Disney Pictures

Eight years have gone by since divorced father Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) first took up the Santa Claus suit, and became subject to The Santa Clause. Now Santa is at the top of his game at the North Pole and could not be happier, at least until Bernard (David Krumholtz) and Curtis (Spencer Breslin), the Keeper of the Handbook of Christmas break the news that there is another clause – the “Mrs. Clause”.

Santa/Scott is now pressed to get married before the next Christmas Eve, or the clause will be broken and Christmas will die away. At the same time, Abby the Elf (Danielle Woodman) delivers news that is more distressing; Santa’s own 16 year old son Charlie (Eric Lloyd) is on the naughty list. It then cuts to Charlie one night defacing the walls of the school gymnasium from the skywindow until he is caught by Principal Carol Newman (Elizabeth Mitchell). Scott must return to his home to search for a wife and set things right with Charlie. He even brings this up when visited by the Council of Legendary Figures consisting of Mother Nature (Aisha Tyler), Father Time (Peter Boyle), Cupid (Kevin Pollak), the Easter Bunny (Jay Thomas), the Tooth Fairy (Art LaFleur) and the Sandman (Michael Dorn).

To cover for Santa’s prolonged absence, Curtis helps Santa create a life-size toy replica of Santa, much to Bernard’s horror. However, this larger-than-life legalist cannot find any grace or slack in his plastic heart for minor infractions by children the world over, having followed the Handbook too strictly. Toy Santa takes control of the North Pole with a duplicated army of life-size toy soldiers. He thinks that everyone is naughty, and he plans to give the entire world lumps of coal.

Because of the impending end of his contract, Scott undergoes a “de-Santafication process” which gradually turns him back into Scott Calvin. He has a limited amount of magic to help him. Scott attempts to reconcile with Charlie, who keeps vandalizing his school to get attention. He and Charlie both hit the cold hard wall of Principal Carol Newman when Charlie defaces the lockers.

Charlie confesses to Scott how hard it is for him that Scott is never around like other fathers, and reveals the stress he is under to conceal the secret that his father is Santa. Scott vows to try harder as a dad, and he and Charlie reconcile.

After a few failed dates, Scott finds himself falling for Carol. He accompanies her in a sleigh to their school faculty Christmas party, which turns out to be dull and boring. Using a little of his Christmas magic, Scott livens up the party by presenting everyone with their childhood dream gifts (much like he did for Laura and Neil in the first film). He makes a special presentation to Carol, and, with his last remnant of magic, wins her over and they kiss passionately. However, she balks when he attempts to explain he is Santa, believing that Scott is mocking her childhood, until Charlie manages to convince her by showing her his magic snow globe.

Curtis flies in to deliver the dreadful news about the Evil Toy Santa’s coal binge. However, Scott has used up the last of his magic wooing Carol and Comet has eaten too many chocolate bars. With a little help from the Tooth Fairy, Scott and Curtis return to the North Pole. Toy Santa wastes no time in subduing Scott, but Charlie and a now-believing Carol spring him free by summoning the Tooth Fairy to fly them there. Scott goes after the Toy Santa, who has already left with the sleigh, riding Chet, a reindeer-in-training, and they both crash back into the village. With an army of elves, Carol, Bernard, Charlie and Curtis lead a snowball war to overthrow the toy soldiers. Toy Santa is reduced to his normal six-inch height, Scott marries Carol in a ceremony presided over by Mother Nature herself, Scott transforms back to Santa, and Christmas proceeds as it always has and Scott and Carol have a three month honeymoon to go on the next day. In addition, Scott and Charlie reveal the truth to Lucy (Liliana Mumy), Charlie’s younger half-sister (the daughter of Laura and Neil) about Scott being Santa Claus so she is now in on the secret.


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