Another good message was that your heroes often just turn out to be ordinary people like you and me, so don't put them up on a pedastal. Each Christmas, Santa and his vast army of highly trained elves produce gifts and distribute them around the world in one night. The two share a kiss after the New Year's countdown. On New Year's Eve, Michael calls Stephanie's office to hear her voice on her message. It's pretty good, but not quite as good as the first movie, and all the voice actors are different. He soon discovers her absence and immediately follows her to the airport. Not wanting to interfere with Michael's relationship, Stephanie sneaks out to the airport and leaves without telling him.
I think if I'd have written the movie I'd have had Niko's father die or something instead of the one night stand type of thing, it would have been morally better. While I thought the story was pretty good, I thought it left a lot of loose ends and unfinished plot. Amazon does have it as a download, though. Now Fred must reconcile his differences with his brother whom he believes overshadows him. Miser Ebenezer Scrooge is awakened on Christmas Eve by spirits who reveal to him his own miserable existence, what opportunities he wasted in his youth, his current cruelties, and the dire fate that awaits him if he does not change his ways. Their flight is diverted to Bozeman in Montana where Stephanie takes the last available room at the town's bed and breakfast.
Michael later breaks up with his girlfriend and searches for Stephanie online to reconnect with her. A young reindeer named Niko dreams about flying like his father who he believes is a member of Santa's famous Flying Forces. Faced with spending the holidays heartbroken and homeless when her boyfriend leaves, Stephanie decides to fly home to Connecticut. I thought it was a very enjoyable story, and it's become my favorite Christmas movie this year. Stephanie visits his social media page. .
After all these movies are for kids and should be morally sound, just my opinion, but it is very true that children learn what they live. Overall, I think this is a really great and exciting Christmas story, which I am sure I'll be watching every Christmas from now on. Despite suffering from severe vertigo, he sneaks out of his home to take flying lessons from his friend Julius, a clumsy flying squirrel. All of Niko's quest to find his father, and all of the dangers he encounters along the way, make the story so much more epic! On a red-eye the day before Christmas Eve, Stephanie finds herself seated next to Michael , who is planning to propose to his long-term girlfriend. But a snowstorm strands their flight in Montana on Christmas Eve, she is diverted to Montana and ends up sharing the last available hotel room with a man she met on the plane.
Santa's Flying Forces are a riot, as well! Scott Calvin is an ordinary man, who accidentally causes Santa Claus to fall from his roof on Christmas Eve and is knocked unconscious. All of my questions were answered and all of the loose ends were tied up. Soon after, Niko and Julius learn that Santa and his reindeer are in serious trouble so the pair gather their forest friends and head North to save the day. The animation in this movie is wonderful, and while I thought it a little strange that Niko's father never stayed, the rest of the movie was amazing and even funny in places. Despite their differences, she offers to share the room with Michael where they try to get along and end up realizing that they are becoming attracted to each other.
So imagine my surprise when I did a web search on it, and found out this was actually an 80 minute movie made in Finland! Scrooge is faced with his own story of growing bitterness and meanness, and must decide what his own future will hold: death or redemption. The two say goodbye before her flight. Stephanie and Michael argue with one another over relationship skills before the pilot announces that an unexpected snowstorm is crossing the country. Missing each other and hoping to meet again, they each go to a local New Year's party. And I really liked the main message of the story, that if you believe in yourself, you really can accomplish your dreams. It looked pretty good from the previews, so I had to check it out. But a snowstorm strands their flight in Montana on Christmas Eve, she is diverted to Montana and ends up sharing the last available hotel room with a man she met on the plane.
When an efficiency expert assesses the workings at the North Pole and threatens to shut Santa down, Fred must help his brother to save Christmas. Faced with spending the holidays heartbroken and homeless when her boyfriend leaves, Stephanie decides to fly home to Connecticut. . . . .
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