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Polar Express Movie Review

A boy who no longer believes in Santa Claus, hops aboard a steam train headed to the North Pole so he can meet Santa and learn the true meaning of Christmas. Back to Article

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selena white_1949561
selena white_1949561 wrote:
2012-04-27 13:27:05 -0700

I would watch this movie "EVERY" Chrismas!!
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Do You Believe in Santa?

  • Yes, I'm waiting for the Polar Express to take me to the North Pole!
  • No, Santa doesn't exist.
  • I'm not sure.
  • Who's Santa?

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