November 1, 2011

SPONSORED POST: Arthur Christmas

Posted by at 2:25 pm in Celebrities, SPONSORED | Permalink

Axmas-blog-entry-130x130Merry (Arthur) Christmas! Did you ever wonder how Santa delivers all those presents in one night? Well, the new movie Arthur Christmas (rated PG) tackles the big question.

The answer: Santa has a sophisticated, high-tech computerized operation hidden beneath the North Pole! It is run by Santa’s oldest son, Steve, who is the heir to the Santa job one day. Santa’s younger son, Arthur, is sort of a misfit with a big heart. Then there’s a dedicated and loving Mrs. Claus, and Santa’s cranky 136-year-old father, Grand Santa, who hates the modern world and grumbles that Christmas was better “when I was Santa.”

One Christmas, when the high-tech Christmas present delivery goes wrong and one child is skipped, Arthur decides to take matters into his own hands. He goes on an unauthorized Christmas mission to get that child her present before Christmas morning. What could go wrong?

What do you guys think? Are you ready for the holidays? Will you be hitting the theaters for Arthur Christmas? Let us know in the Comments below!

This entry is sponsored by Sony Pictures Animation.

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  1. Shadow Princess

    OMG! cant wait 2 c it! its so cool all the original tales r modernized like NINJA/SPY ELVES!! totes adorable!

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  2. jesus

    I would like to see Arthur Christmas because it would be really nice to see it.I would not like to see Arthur Christmas because it was a waste of time.

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  3. Mai

    I think the trailer was pretty funny and I hope I’ll get to see the movie and I am so ready for the holiday and hopefully I can go see the moie! :)

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  4. meera

    i dont get it!chistmas is NOT about santa and some secret mission.i am not seeing this movie because it distracts from the true meaning!

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