Thursday, September 17, 2009

Santa Baby 2


Santa Baby 2

Full Title: Santa Baby 2 - Christmas Maybe

Network: ABC Family 25 Days of Christmas Movie

Original Air Date: December 13, 2009


Jenny McCarthy ... Mary Class
Dean McDermott ... Luke Jessup
Paul Sorvino ... Santa Claus
Lynne Griffin ... Mrs. Claus
Kelly Stables ... Teri
Jessica Parker Kennedy ... Lucy the Elf
Kristen Holden-Ried ... Colin
Gabe Khouth ... Skip the Elf
Peter Skagen ... Worst Department Store Santa Ever
Miguelito Macario Andaluz ... Sandy
Lorette Clow ... Stuck Up Woman
Richard Side ... Gary the Elf
Holly Anne Emmerson ... Young Women
James Higuchi ... Dave the Elf


from Wikipedia:

Jenny McCarthy reprises her role as Mary Class, Santa's business minded daughter, to help save Christmas in "Santa Baby 2," the sequel to ABC Family's original hit movie of 2006. Santa's in the midst of a late-life crisis -- he's tired of the responsibilities of the job and is ready to pass on the reins to Mary, who feels torn between the family business and running her own high stakes firm in New York City, along with balancing a relationship with the love of her life, Luke (Dean McDermott). The situation gets increasingly dire when Teri, an ambitious new arrival to the North Pole, sows dissension at the workshop in an effort to take over Christmas.

Movie Review:

If you enjoy Fantasy "North Pole" Christmas Movies... that are made just for lighthearted entertainment and amusement - then this movie should be right down your Santa Claus Lane!

This is a sequel movie to the original Santa Baby Movie starring Jenny McCarthy and George Wendt, as Santa.

In Santa Baby 2 - Dean McDermott plays Luke, the boyfriend of Mary Claus (Jenny McCarthy).
Paul Sorvino portrays her father, Santa Claus. It's Mary's job, again, to get to the North Pole and save Christmas. Mary and her boyfriend, Luke, live near Santa's toy shop at his place. Nothing is shown but kissing, however their living together is implied from the start. There is a little bit of language in this one, as well.

There is a lot of silly North pole activity and craziness! It's definitely a fantasy comedy. One of the elves, Teri, tries to take over Santa's role and is deceptive to everyone. In the end, she is remorseful and is forgiven. Mary has to decide between work & family commitments. There are also relationship struggles between Luke and Mary. Again, they disagree over living at the North Pole.

In the end, however, they come together and Christmas is saved Forever!!!

See or Skip:

See, but, I would rate this one PG!

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