Get Santa

Synopsis: A father and son who team up to save Christmas once they discover Santa Claus sleeping in their garage after crashing his sleigh and finding himself on the run from the police.
Genre: Comedy, Family
Director(s): Christopher Smith
Production: Warner Bros. Pictures International
  1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
102 min

- But this time it's true.

I want you, for the next two months,

to come to this office

every day at 5:
00, starting

tomorrow, excluding Christmas Day.

Is that clear?

Miss an appointment

and I'll assume you're stealing,

and I'll send you back to prison.

Er, just for the record, I wasn't actually

at the stealing end of the business.

- I was the getaway driver.

- Oh.

That's right.

You were the getaway driver...

Who didn't get away.

Is there any reason

why you are still here?




My letter.



Oh! Ooh!

Ooh, ooh! Ahhh!

Ho, ho, ho!

I've been old for a thousand years

and I'm not getting any younger.

- Are you the real Santa?

- Why, yes!

Shouldn't you be in Lapland,

sorting out everyone's toys?

Sorting out toys, working out

flight paths, feeding reindeer.

Loading, stowing, stacking,

labeling, cladding,

packing, ribboning, wrapping,

and that's before I even think about

turning the Northern Lights on.


but more like curtains of... Of green.

#doesn't look to me like

it's cascading down.

#looks like it's rising

up from the ground.

- Hello?



I can't talk loudly or Mum will hear.

Hello, mate. How are you?

How are you doing?

Santa's in the garage.


TQM". He says that

we've got to help him get home.

- He says he knows you.

- Are you in the garage with a man?

No, I'm in the house.

Santa's in the garage.

OK, Tom,

can you put your mum on, please?

No, I can't.

Santa says it has to be you.

Tom, listen to me...

He's crashed his sleigh, lost his

reindeer, and if we don't help him...

- Tom, go and get your mother. Please.

- No. I'm going back to the garage.

- Santa wants to show me his plan.

- Tom.


I'm worried about the reindeer.

It's only natural.

Prancer is the oldest... Steve!

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