#SantaPaws2: The Santa Pups – Review

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Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups – Freeform – 2 hours and 5 minutes

Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups

This summer, the North Pole was finally exciting with the arrival of 4 new pups. Santa Paws and his wife decided to give them special names. But 4 months later, those names have a different meaning. Their first daughter, Jingle loves to sing … badly. Their second, Charity doesn’t like to share. Their third daughter, Hope doesn’t look before she leaps. And their only son, Noble leads his sisters on the wrong path. The pups are in-training when they learn about the magical crystal that comes from a “Christmas Spirit”-enhanced ice sickle. This crystal can make any wish come true at the owner’s request. There is only a few with the crystal because it is so powerful. When Santa looks at the spirit map, which shows where the ice sickle gets its power, the brightest spot is in Pineville, USA. However, Santa notices the town’s spirit is down, so he sends Mrs. Claus to investigate. Noble hears about the idea and wants to help, so he and his sisters can earn their own crystals. They steal a crystal and stow away on Mrs. Claus’s sleigh. But instead of helping, the pups release magic that may ruin Christmas for the whole world.

This is a sweet, family Christmas movie by Disney. It will have you misty eyed whenever Sarah sings or Carter explains his hurt. These real emotions are the saving grace of the film. At time it feels more like a cheesy musical than a movie, but power through it for the kids. It gives a heart warming story about Christmas spirit and how a bad attitude can spread. The jokes maybe flat but it is a fun watch. So just sit back, get cocoa, and have a good time with the family

For Kids: I give it 4 out of 5 stars
For Everyone Else: I give it 3 out of 5 stars

Oh, I am so glad that’s over – Santa Paws

And don’t forget modest, too – Mrs. Paws

Oh I love sleigh rides, especially when they hit turbulence – Hope

Have I ever steered you pups wrong – Noble

Noble even I know that stealing is the opposite of giving – Charity

I can’t help it, you know. I sing when I am nervous – Jingle

I wish all this Christmas stuff would just go away – Carter

You are not really a nanny, are you? – Sarah

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