Santa Clause is coming to town!
Tim Allen is back in the hilarious comedy, Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, on Disney DVD
Starring: Tim Allen, Martin Short, Elizabeth Mitchell, Eric Lloyd, Judge Reinhold, Wendy Crewson, Spencer Breslin
Director: Michael Lembeck
Running time: 92 Minutes
Get ready for a laughter-filled holiday this summer with the Disney DVD release of Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause, out now.
Donning the jolly fellow's red suit for a third time, Tim Allen (Wild Hogs, Toy Story and TV's Home Improvement) returns as advertising executive turned accidental Santa Claus, who this year has to contend with the mischievous Jack Frost (played by the hilarious Martin Short) who, in a case of 'Santa' envy, threatens to put a cold chill on Christmas.
Add the impending birth of baby Claus and a visit from the in-laws and the North Pole is set for a Christmas full of comical chaos!
Full of tinsel, sleigh bells and plenty of festive merriment, Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause on Disney DVD is the ideal Christmas gift, suitable for the entire family to enjoy.
The third addition to the ultimate Christmas movie franchise, Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause was a box-office smash. It surpassed the previous two Santa Clause movies at the Australian box office, proving just how popular the series has been and demonstrating how much families love humour and Christmas cheer all rolled into one delightfully entertaining family film.
Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause is jam-packed full of side-splitting bonus features exclusive to the DVD, including tickling Bloopers, Alternate Opening, Jack Frost & Mrs Claus: A Very Different Look, The New Comedians: On The Set with Tim and Marty, Audio Commentary with Director Michael Lembeck, Christmas Carol-oke and the Greatest Time of the Year Music Video with Aly and AJ. Available on Disney DVD, Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause is the must-have stocking filler this Christmas.
Also available is the Santa Clause Holiday Collection box set, including all three successful films Santa Clause, Santa Clause 2 and the new release Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause.
Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause is the Disney DVD to own this Christmas. With the original bright stars plus cool new talent, including the comical Martin Short as Jack Frost, Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause is the perfect Christmas gift for the entire family.
Review: As Christmas draws near, the pressure is on for our favourite Santa Claus (aka Scott Calvin a Canadian Toy Maker). With Mrs Claus due any moment, Scott asks his parents in-law to come and be supportive so he can balance the most important time of the year with the impending birth of their baby. But Jack Frost has been up to mischief and is looking to take over from Santa through the escape clause. A magical movie for all, children and adults will enjoy the antics of Tim Allen & his magical friends but the splendor that is the North Pole. There is no better time of the year to enjoy this magical adventure with the whole family.
What is the Holiday Season really about? It is about family, friends and loved ones coming together. Its a time to celebrate and give thanks for all of the wonderful joys the year has brought and a time to look forward to what the new year will bring. So how is it that all of our good intentions end up as head aches, back aches and belly aches? How do we maintain our Christmas Spirit?
Here are 10 useful tips to help you reduce stress and truly appreciate the magical spirit of this Christmas season.
Make Your Lists & Check Them Twice
Just do it, make lists, lots and lots of lists. One for who gets gifts, who gets cards, when you have to mail them and what exactly are you buying at the grocery store in the morning.Writing out a good list before you go to bed can help you sleep soundly.
Do Not Overspend!
Baked goods, cards, a nice ornament, a bottle of wine, these are great gifts. Remember it is about spirit and reconnecting with people, not sweaters and perfume. In many cases, a few thoughtful words inside a well picked card is enough to show you care.
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
Find a way to get to the snow if you can. Even if you live somewhere sunny, your local theme park may have snow or sometimes even an outdoor mall. It gets everyone in the spirit.
Doesn't our Earth deserve a holiday as well? If you buy a live tree you can plant it in the yard after Christmas is over. What a great lesson to teach your children about giving back to the earth. Wrap gifts to family and friends in your children's art work, it saves paper and puts to use all those stacks of unbridled inspiration you have laying about.
Who has been Nice?
Remind your kids that if they listen, behave and try to be helpful Santa will bring them most of the things on their list. Remember to keep track! Write your own letter to Santa and let them see it.You can include all the chores they do around the house and good deeds they perform! You will be surprised how much they want to help.
Take some time to make real gingerbread men and let your kids or friends decorate them as they like.Then, thread them with ribbon (make sure you make a hole for that BEFORE you bake them) and hang them on the tree. Gingerbread men make wonderful Christmas decorations, but be warned, they may disappear from your tree pretty fast.
Count Your Blessings
The most important gifts are the ones we already have. Play the "What are you thankful for?" game at family gatherings or just tell that special someone what brings you joy.You might feel silly for a minute but you will see how quickly everyone present is laughing and truly connecting.
If you have multiple generations at a gathering tell the stories of the past and allow a new generation to hear them.You may have heard all about Aunt Jenny's stint with the traveling circus but your children haven't and it might change their perspective.
Taking a day with or without your family to donate time or something you baked at home to a local church or shelter makes a big difference. Call and find out how you can help, a little goes a long way.
Relax and Enjoy Yourself
Whatever that means to you and your family, whether its singing songs around the piano, cozying up to a warm fire with hot cocoa or just kicking back and enjoying your favorite holiday DVD, the important thing is that you take the time to relax and enjoy this Christmas season together.