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The Search for Santa Paws

  G HD Closed Captioning

Robert Vince

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Plot Summary

In the tradition of Disney's classic holiday tales comes a heartwarming movie about the power of giving and the true meaning of Christmas. Discover how the legendary friendship of Santa Claus and Santa Paws began in the inspiring original film, The Search For Santa Paws. When Santa and his new best friend, Paws, discover that the boys and girls of the world have lost the spirit of the season, they take a trip to New York City. But after Santa loses his memory, it's up to Paws, a faithful orphan named Quinn (America's Got Talent's Kaitlyn Maher), her new friend Will (The Game Plan's Madison Pettis) and a wonderful group of magical talking dogs to save St. Nick and show the world what Christmas is really all about.

Customer Reviews

Sweet Christmas movie

I thought the movie was cute and my teens loved it too. The situation the orphans are in is pretty grim, however, they still managed to care for each other and believe that good still exists. They stood up for each other and together, weathered a storm, making good friends in the process and finding happiness. The children in the film were amazing and we thought it was very enjoyable.

Pretty good

I enjoyed it a lot It was cute :) lol

Not for young or adopted children

I am so glad I previewed this movie before showing it to my daughter. What were they thinking? This movie is a quagmire of bad judgements one after another.

The movies antagonist is a not very nice orphanage director who doesn't allow toys and burns them in an incinerator. This portrayal of an orphanage environment can cause serious emotional duress for children who have a real world hardships that no child should have.

Aside from the near revolting misrepresentation of many orphanages and the adoption process as a whole, this movie seeks to undermine every safety teaching that parents try to teach their children by casting children in dangerous situation ( a child crawled into a running incinerator to save a stuffed animal) and opening doors to strangers. Couple these issues with Santa nearly dying and a dog dying several times during the movie spells a formula that creates a not so cheery holiday mood and some very sleepy Moms and Dads as their children keep them awake at night because they are afraid their parents will die.

I am very disappointed that Disney would create a movie like this and then market it as a movie about cuddly dogs and Santa. Disney, what were you thinking?