The Ultimate Christmas Present (2000)

TV Movie   |  TV-G   |    |  Comedy, Family


The Ultimate Christmas Present (2000) Poster

A girl steals a weather machine from Santa Claus, to make a snow day. The machine breaks, and causes an out-of-control snowstorm.


5.9/10
1,593

Get More From IMDb

For an enhanced browsing experience, get the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review


User Reviews


8 July 2016 | Christmas-Reviewer
7
| It is snowing in Los Angeles
I grew up in the Los Angeles area. In the Los Angeles Southern California area we never get snow. In fact we hardly get rain. In Southern California it is not uncommon to spend Christmas Day in shorts. As a kid in California you always wish for Snow especially at Christmas. As you know all Christmas films seem to always take place in the snow or there is Snow somewhere in almost every outdoor shot. Christmas Cartoons always take place in the snow and when your growing up in California you feel left out. You want to build a snowman at Christmas time. However you will most likely build a sandcastle. That is why I liked this film! It was having a childhood wish come true! That is why I enjoyed this film.

In this film Two teen girls, find a weather machine at a shack in the woods. After learning of its controls, they use it to make it snow in Los Angeles. It is every kids dream come true but it has its consequences.

It turns out that the weather machine belongs to Santa Claus (John B. Lowe) and he informs Mrs. Claus about this. To help Santa Claus, she sends two elves, Crumpet (John Salley) and Sparky (Bill Fagerbakke).

The film has plot wholes but you can watch this with your family and most kids will not be bored! It is worth watching.

Critic Reviews


The Best TV and Movies to Watch in May

Check out our editors' picks for the best movies and shows coming your way in May.

See the full list

Child Stars Then and Now

Check out some of our favorite child stars from movies and television. See how many you recognize now that they're grown up.

See the entire gallery

Around The Web

 | 

Powered by Taboola

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com