The Ultimate Christmas Present

Synopsis: A girl steals a weather machine from Santa Claus, to make a snow day. The machine breaks, and causes an out-of-control snowstorm.
Genre: Comedy, Family
Director(s): Greg Beeman
Production: Disney Channel Productions
  2 wins & 3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
6.1
TV-G
Year:
2000
85 min
10 Views

Well, Don't You Already

Have Rollerblades?

They're So Last-Year.

The New Ones Have

Carbon-Fiber Tips

With Wheels That

Are Road-Tested

Up To 80 Miles Per Hour.

Oh, Well, That's Reassuring.

I've Got To Get

The New Renegade

Starship Video Game.

Don't Forget.

Hey! Aren't You Kids

Forgetting What Christmas

Is All About?

No. It's About Presents.

Kidding!

Bye!

Walk!

(Telephone Rings)

Remember That A Paragraph

Concentrates On One Idea.

If You're Moving On

To Another Idea,

Conclude The Paragraph

And Start A New One.

Allie! Allie!

Oh, Um, Yes, Mrs. Lopez.

Allie, How's Your

Creative-Writing Paper

Coming Along?

Which One?

The One I Assigned

Last Week.

5 Pages,

Single-Spaced,

Due Tomorrow.

Oh...Yeah, That One.

It's, Uh, Genius.

Best Thing I've Ever Written.

Congratulations.

What's It About?

Oh, Uh...

It's About, Uh...

It's About...

It's About William Shakespeare.

Who...Wakes Up One Morning

And Finds Himself Living

Here, Today.

But The Problem Is No One

Believes Who He Really Is,

And He Has To Make Money,

So He Gets A Job Flipping

Burgers At A Fast-Food Place.

And During His Breaks,

He Writes Plays,

And Pretty Soon, He Comes

Up With A New One Called

A Tale Of 2 Pickles Which--

(Bell Rings)

You Want Me To Finish?

Let's Keep It A Surprise.

I Look Forward

To Reading It.

I Have To Admit, That

Was A Pretty Good Story,

For Just Making It Up

On The Spot.

Yeah, But Now I've Got

To Write It, And I Forgot

Almost Everything I Said.

It's Not Fair.

Tomorrow's The Very Last Day

Before Christmas Vacation.

I Hate To Bring This Up,

But We Did Have A Week

To Do It.

That's Not The Point, Sam.

Ok. So, What Is

The Point?

The Point Is I Have

Got To Come Up With A Plan,

Some Way To Get Out Of

Doing This Paper

At All Costs.

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