Santa Claws


When a gift sack full of kittens gives Santa a bad allergic reaction, the kitties have to take over and deliver the presents on time.

Year: 2014
Certificate: U
Director: Glenn Miller
Starring: Erica Duke, Nicola Lambo, Evan Boymel, John P. Fowler, Ezra James Colbert

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Reviewer: OM / boy / 10yrs

Why did you want to watch the film/show?
Because it’s about kittens and it’s got kittens in it and its nearly Christmas.

What was it about? (may contain spoilers)
Santa was allergic to these kittens and he got knocked out. So then the kittens had to deliver the presents to the kids. Oh, and the boy who owned the kittens wanted his mum to get a Christmas tree but she wouldn’t because she didn’t believe in Santa so the kittens also had to make her believe. Also, one kitten really wanted a cheeseburger.

Did you like it?
Yeah, I liked it because it was funny and I like kittens and cats. It’s also Christmas so we thought we would watch something Christmassy and it was funny.

Which part did you like the best?
The bits where the kitten kept asking if it was his cheeseburger. And the bit in the middle where the girl went insane for them and dressed them up.

Which part did you like the least?
When the sleigh broke and crashed and the kittens were just sat there lost in the snow. That was much worse than the other bit.

Would you want to watch it again and why?
Mmhmm. Yeah, probably.

Parent’s notes:
If you take this film for what it is (a kid’s Christmas film) and don’t expect any more than that, then I think you’ll just about manage. As a parent I fully understand that you have to watch a lot of rubbish with kids but at the end of the day, if the kids enjoy it then it’s a win! This is one of those films. It’s by no means a great film, but it’s far from a bad film too. It’s just a fun adventure with talking kittens and a kid who wants his mum to believe in Santa – nothing more, nothing less. There are no parts that would upset or scare any child – even when the kittens get lost in the snow. If you have a spare 90 minutes and your kids have watched all the other animal-powered Christmas films then give it a go. Merry Christmas 😀

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