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Saving Santa Blu-ray + DVD Review

Saving Santa Blu-ray + DVD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 01, 2013
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Saving Santa brings action-packed fun and time-traveling adventure to families all over. Read Kidzworlds review of the Blu-ray & DVD Combo pack!

Kids and families nationwide will fire up the engines and grab the reins when Saving Santa comes to the rescue just in time for the holidays! The wildly fun time-traveling adventure from the award-winning animation studio behind Disney’s Secret of the Wings, Tinker Bell and Planes features the famous voices of Martin Freeman, Noel Clark, Tim Conway, Tim Curry, Ashley Tisdale and Joan Collins. The festive new film will make its DVD and Blu-ray debut from Anchor Bay Entertainment at retail nationwide on November 1st, 2013 – just in time to help families celebrate the season!

An upbeat tale of the ultimate holiday rush, Saving Santa starts at the top – the top of the North Pole, that is – where Bernard, a low-ranking Elf, dreams of one day joining Santa’s elite team of great inventors, the very elves who make the magic of Christmas possible! But when one of Bernard’s wacky inventions accidentally reveals the secret location of Santa’s workshop to an eccentric billionaire scoundrel, Santa and Christmas itself are in jeopardy. It’s up to Bernard to time-travel (again and again) to get Santa home in time for Christmas!

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In addition to its collection of top talent and non-stop, action-packed entertainment, Saving Santa features must-see bonus content, including the animated music video for “Some Kind of Miracle” sung by Tisdale (voice of Shiny), “behind-the scenes” voice recording sessions with the film’s talent and a special “Why Saving Santa?” featurette!

Saving Santa Blu-ray Combo PackSaving Santa Blu-ray Combo PackCourtesy of Anchor Bay

A new twist on a holiday tale, Saving Santa is on its merry way to becoming an instant Christmas family classic.

Saving Santa Blu-ray + DVD Rating: 3

 

 

 

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