In 2017's 'Tiny Christmas', two young kids are accidentally shrunk by Santa's elf's shrinking ray (that's how they manage to load up so many presents in the sleigh to deliver on Christmas eve, of course!) and have to navigate through runaway toys, a dangerous cat, loopy neighbours and other hazards, before they can find their way back home and hopefully be returned to proper size!<br/><br/>Obviously 'Tiny Christmas' is aimed at younger audiences, but it has plenty to offer other viewers if you're in a forgiving mood - and preferably of an easily amused and/or slightly warped mindset! In fact, there's a good chance you won't be able to take your eyes off the absolutely bewildering and exaggerated overacting from every single one of the cast - almost no-one acts or talks in the least bit realistically, but it's clear every one of the performers were in on the joke and were having a great time making this, and their liveliness really carries the film! The dialogue is completely nonsensical and proves to be unexpectedly funny (although you'll either be rolling your eyes or grinning from ear to ear!), the cheerfully cheap n' cheesy special-effects completely compliment the loopy tone of the film, and one or two quieter reflective moments have a sweet heart to them in the way all Christmas/family films should.<br/><br/>So if you click with the deranged silliness of the movie, there's an energetic and peppy little film (urgh, pun not intended, but it works, so it's staying!) in 'Tiny Christmas', and there's a good chance you and your kids will have a great time with it!<br/><br/>7/10.
Comedy / Family
Comedy / Family
When a clumsy elf accidentally shrinks two kids on Christmas Eve, they get scooped up into Santa's sack. When they are dropped off across the street, the tiny kids have to navigate holiday hazards to make it home safely.
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