Synopsis: Northpole, the magical home to Santa & Mrs. Claus, has grown into a huge city powered by the magic of holiday happiness around the world. Yet as people everywhere get too busy to enjoy festive time together, the city is in trouble. Who can help save the cherished traditions of Christmas? One young boy, Kevin, might have a chance if he can convince his protective mom, Chelsea, to rediscover the magic of the season. With a little added help from Kevin's charming teacher Ryan, a mysterious elf-like girl Clementine (Madison) and a gospel singer named Josephine, Kevin is determined to bring his mom in on the fun and prove that one small voice can change the hearts of many.
Genre: Fantasy
Director(s): Douglas Barr
Production: Muse Entertainment
  1 nomination.
81 min


- Clementine? What are

you doing up here?

- I wanted to get a better

look at the Northern Lights,

to see how bad

things really are.

- Worse than you can imagine.

(Electricity crackling)

I'm afraid Christmas

is in serious trouble.

- So, what can we do?

- When you figure that out,

be sure and let me know.

- Kevin, you're the man

of the house.

Are these for the Christmas

lights or the router?

- Actually, they're what's

left of your old hairdryer.

I saw a video on Edison.

I got inspired.

- OK, that's the last time

I skimp on movers.

Everything is mislabelled!

Oh! Nice T-rex!

- It's a reindeer, but if


see a T-rex, let's go with


- Oh, pragmatic artist.

Guess you got the best

of both parents.

Oh, honey!

We gotta leave in 10


You're gonna be late for school.

- I'm not sure

anybody would notice.

- Oh, Kev, come on!

Look, I know one of

the hardest things to do

is to fit into a new school,

but it just takes

time, you'll see.

(Cell chiming)

Oh, that's my editor.

He wants to see me

in the office. Come on!

- Probably just to tell you

you're his awesomest



- You're awesome!

You've always been

my biggest fan. Thank you.

- Mom, what if Santa looks

for us at the old house

and all he sees are empty rooms?

- Honey, if he can

deliver a billion presents

in a single night,

he's gotta have

some sort of system

that can track all

of us, don't you think?


Come on, let's go.

How is it in the making-

friends department, huh?

- Tommy Chan said sorry

when he tripped

on my backpack yesterday.

- See? That's

something, right?

- Seriously?

- OK, maybe not, but you've

got to keep trying, OK?

Oh, I have an idea!

Why don't you think about

maybe joining a team or a


or something like that?

- Well, I was thinking

of starting, like,

a Christmas committee

to put up more lights

and stuff at school.

- That's a great idea!

Come on!

(Child squealing)

- (Kevin):
Lights and

decorations tonight!


- Promise, if we have to


through every box in the


- Great, 'cause the only


you see green and red

around this place

is when the 6th graders

dissect frogs.

- Eww! Gross!

But I get the point.

(Bell ringing)

- Top of the mornin', Kev!

- Hey!

- Who rides a bike

in the winter?

- Mom, this is

my teacher, Mr. Wilson.

- Hi, I'm Ryan.

- Chelsea! I didn't realize

Kevin's teacher was Irish.

- Oh, I'm not, actually.

I just like to keep

the kids on their toes!

(Both chuckling)

Nice to meet you.

- Yeah!

Your teacher is unique.

- Yeah! I like him.

He gets you to

see things differently.

- Kiss for Mom?

No? I love you!

Come on, buddy.

Talk to somebody.

(Telephone ringing)

- Uh, better make room

by the crossword.

There's something strange


on with the Northern Lights.

- Morning, Trevor!

- Morning.

- Hey, Chuck!

Nice piece on the bus strike!

- Thanks, Chelsea!

- Yeah!

- Hey, you want some eggnog?

- No, actually, eggnog and I

are not friends, so you


- Right choice!

Avoiding Chuck

in Christmas-party mode

is the best advice this


columnist could give you.

- Listen, maybe you

and I could have lunch


- If that means joining you

at your desk for a sandwich

from the vending

machine, no thanks!

- I'm sorry.

New-kid syndrome!

I feel like I have to prove

myself to the higher-ups.

- Well, here's your chance!

- Oh!

- Morning, Chelsea!

- I was just coming to see you!

- Good, good! Walk with me.

- OK.

- I've decided to

shake things up

and try you out on

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