Santa, Jr.
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Father Christmas's son tries to follow in his father's footsteps, but gets arrested while delivering presents.... (Full plot summary below)

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Father Christmas's son tries to follow in his father's footsteps, but gets arrested while delivering presents.

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Salon - 9/10 by Stephanie ZacharekBut Bad Santa does feature one last turn from the late John Ritter as a twittery department-store manager (his name, Mr. Chipeska, is a stroke of brilliance that I still can't quite put my finger on).
Baltimore Sun - 9/10 by Michael SragowGloriously funky in the good old meaning of the term. Its vulgarity may be offensive, but it's also pungent and real, and it fuels some ferocious humor.
USA Today - 9/10 by Mike ClarkThis is a filmmaker who instinctively knows that a shot of Santa sitting at a bar as Ricky Nelson sings Jingle Bells will be no-frills funny.
Miami Herald - 9/10 by Rene RodriguezWon't appeal to everyone, of course, particularly those who blush easily. And parents who take children to see it deserve to have their heads examined. But for those who don't mind a little bile in their eggnog, it's the perfect antidote to all that prefab Christmas cheer.
Chicago Sun-Times - 9/10 by Roger EbertA demented, twisted, unreasonably funny work of comic kamikaze style, starring Billy Bob Thornton as Santa in a performance that's defiantly uncouth.
Chicago Tribune - 9/10 by Mark CaroThe foulest holiday movie I've ever seen -- and the funniest.
Washington Post - 9/10 by Desson ThomsonSuddenly, you're looking at life in his (Thornton's) jaundiced way and laughing with a sense of vicarious liberation, even when he says the most outrageous things -- to children, no less. And I daresay you can still recover your holiday spirit when you're through laughing.
Washington Post - 9/10 by Stephen HunterThe movie is -- how can I say this? -- funny as hell. It's like an old Mad magazine "Scenes We'd Like to See" put together by someone on crystal meth, with a vicious streak, an existentialist streak and no mercy anywhere in his soul and only the tiniest flinch at the end, which is probably, sigh, the best way to end.
Dallas Observer - 9/10 by Robert WilonskyAs surreal as it is obscene, as clever as it is crude. It plays like some raw offspring of underground comix and the comedies of the 1920s.
The A.V. Club - 9/10 by Scott TobiasMuch like "School Of Rock," Bad Santa salvages a tired, paint-by-numbers formula by resisting it every step of the way, stubbornly refusing to stop its juvenile fun until the last possible moment.

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