Snowmageddon

Synopsis: An Alaskan town is in danger of destruction by a mystical snow globe that appears on a family's doorstep, wrapped like a Christmas gift, and causes deadly "natural" disasters in the real world, while simultaneously occurring in the globe.
Director(s): Sheldon Wilson
Production: STARZ MEDIA LLC.
 
IMDB:
3.8
PG-13
Year:
2011
89 min
9 Views


Girl:

Derrick Reed.

In my mom's helicopter.

Yes way.

Yeah, Hallie's skiing up

on the mountain.

Right?

Like out of all places, here.

No, it is Christmas.

I insist.

I can absolutely do it myself.

- I fly that route all the time.

- ( doorbell chimes )

- ( dog barking)

- No.

Hey, can someone

answer the door?

( Barking continues )

Mo.

( Squeals )

I can't believe it.

Jennifer.

- ( Scoffs ) What?

- The door.

( Sighs )

I gotta go-

My rodent of a brother isn't old enough

to answer the door.

I don't know who the kid is,

but apparently he's a big deal.

Jennifer can barely

contain herself.

-( Mo growls, barks )

- Mo!

Jennifer:
Rudy!

I'm kinda busy up here!

Rudy, a little help here!

Calm down.

It's okay, Mo.

( Continues growling

and barking )

Jennifer:
Mo.

Hey, who is it?

- ( Growls)

- Mo, quit it.

Rudy:

It's a gift.

Well, say thank you.

It's heavy.

Maybe it's my Dragon of

the Crown expansion set.

It's probably another fruitcake.

-( Bells ringing)

- ( townsfolk chattering )

Man:
Hi, Sam!

Woman:

Such a beautiful tree.

Man #2:
Hey, Danny.

Merry Christmas.

Yeah, I'm so glad

we got that.

It was the last one there.

- Are you okay with it?

- Yeah, yeah, I'm good.

And you have

a merry Christmas.

Thanks.

- Fred.

- John.

I see you still haven't fixed

the town clock.

Well, what can I say?

Time got away on me.

Yeah, well.

You and me both.

You think we're gonna have

a white Christmas?

No snow.

Weird, huh?

Gifts are all packed up.

Some of them still aren't

wrapped yet, but...

That's great.

Beth'll be thrilled.

Sure is nice that she commits

to doing this every year.

Well, I guess there are people

who need a lot more than we do.

We're lucky here, Fred.

That we are.

That we are.

Hey, did that game come in

that I ordered for Rudy'?

I was kinda hoping he'd have it

for a stocking stuffer.

Dragon of the Crown

expansion set.

Still on back order,

I'm afraid.

I don't have high hopes of it

being here for the holiday.

If that's the worst problem

I have in my house

this Christmas,

then I'm better off than most.

You got that right.

All right.

My regards to the family.

Yeah, will do.

John:
What about headwinds?

What about flight range?

I know it's a lot of weight

to fly that far,

but we can't let them down.

It's tough over there.

A lot of families

are counting on the help.

Yeah, I know, but, uh...

Lawrenceville's a ways away.

No, we got the room and, yes,

the forecast looks fine.

So quit worrying.

( Mo barking )

What's this?

That's the one I was telling

you about.

Someone must have dropped it off

this afternoon.

- Beth:
No name, no address.

- John:
Hmm.

No name, no address.

Honey, maybe it was

for Lawrenceville.

No, it's not marked for that,

and all of those went

to Fred's store.

It's from Santa.

Santa brings gifts

down the chimney, stupid.

- Hey.

- I think we should open it.

The two of you.

Honestly.

What do you think it is?

I think maybe it's

a set of golf clubs.

- Mm. Mm-hmm.

- Dad.

- Mm-hmm, mm-hmm.

- ( chuckles)

So, Mom...

Yes?

Do you think you're gonna need

any help tomorrow

with the helicopter and stuff?

Yeah, I think I got it covered, honey.

You said Tim wasn't

going with you.

Please, Mom.

Come on.

Oh, for crying out loud.

Just open it.

( Mo barking )

What is wrong

with that dog today?

Wow.

- That is cool.

- Yeah.

It's so gorgeous.

- Boring.

- No, no, no, no, come on.

Look at the craftsmanship

in this thing.

John:

There's Main Street.

There's Town Hall.

The clock on the tower's

stuck on the same time

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