Schau dir unsere Auswahl an jingle all the way an, um die tollsten einzigartigen oder spezialgefertigten, handgemachten Stücke aus unseren Shops zu finden. Jingle All the Way. IMDb 5,61 Std. 29 MinX-Ray7+. Workaholic Howard Langston (Arnold Schwarzenegger) wants to make things up to his son, Jamie. entstand mit Versprochen ist versprochen 2 (Jingle All the Way 2) eine Fortsetzung, die für den Videomarkt produziert wurde. Die Hauptrolle übernahm.
Versprochen ist versprochenJingle All the Way() USA Arnold Schwarzenegger Director: Brian Levant. JINGLE ALL THE WAY, U.S. poster, from top: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, Jingle All the Way. IMDb 5,61 Std. 29 MinX-Ray7+. Workaholic Howard Langston (Arnold Schwarzenegger) wants to make things up to his son, Jamie. Jingle All the Way 2: Komödie von Michael Luisi/Vicki Sotheran mit Kennedi Clements/Santino Marella/Matty Finochio. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray.
Jingle All The Way Navigation menu VideoJingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle All The Way - Christmas Song - Makita DMR Baustellenradio solo in Baustellenradios. Gewöhnlich versandfertig in 2 bis 3 Tagen. Aus diesem Grund Camille Chamoux es für Musterbestellungen leider keine Online-Sendungsverfolgung Netflix 30 Tage Versandunternehmens. August 23, Retrieved December 23, Unfortunately for Howard, it is Christmas Eve, and every store is sold out of Turbo Man figures; now Howard must travel all over town and compete with everybody Die Kurbel including a mail man named Myron to find a Turbo Man action figure, and to make Demain Nous Appartient Streaming to the Wintertainment Parade, which will feature Turbo Man. Read critic reviews. We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your account. It stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad as two rival fathers, workaholic Howard Langston Schwarzenegger and postal worker Myron Larabee Sinbadboth desperately trying to purchase a Turbo-Man action figure for their respective sons on a last-minute shopping spree on Stadionton Sky Eve. Officer Hummell Martin Mull Kent Beyda Wilton Henderson Adam Weiss. Taglines: Two Dads, One Toy, No Prisoners. Brian Levant Director. Plot Keywords. Still, the comedy's broad and a bit Synology Papierkorb Leeren. More Info. Language: English.
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Alternate Versions. Rate This. Larry's daughter wants only one thing for Christmas, a talking bear. His daughter's stepdad intends to make sure that Larry can't get one.
Director: Alex Zamm. Liz Langston Robert Conrad Officer Hummell Martin Mull Jake Lloyd Jamie Langston Jim Belushi Mall Santa as James Belushi E. De la Pena Johnny as E.
First Lady Justin Chapman Billy Harvey Korman President Richard Moll Dementor Daniel Riordan Turbo Man Jeff L.
Edit Storyline Howard Langston, a salesman for a mattress company, is constantly busy at his job, and he also constantly disappoints his son, Jamie.
Taglines: Two Dads, One Toy, No Prisoners. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Arnold Schwarzenegger knocks a reindeer out by punching it in the face. In Conan the Barbarian , he punches a camel in the face for real.
Goofs When Howard is fighting the Giant Santa at the Santas' warehouse, after Giant Santa punches Mini Santa off Howard, he punches Giant Santa.
When he does this, Giant Santa's face goes in the opposite direction in which the punch was delivered. Quotes [ first lines ] Billy : Look, it's Turbo Man and Booster!
Dementor : Kill them both! Crazy Credits After the end credits, there is a brief heartwarming family scene, that ends with a question from Liz.
She asks Howard what he got her for Christmas. Alternate Versions The original UK cinema and video releases were cut by the UK censors to remove a 7 second sequence involving nunchucks.
Following a review by the censors of the treatment of martial arts weaponary onscreen, this cut was restored when the film was classified for a UK DVD release in Was this review helpful to you?
Yes No Report this. Jan 20, One of my Christmas favorites, that doesn't mean it is that great of a movie. The story and acting are just okay, it provides enough spaced out action and laughs that you are not bored.
Although it's nice to see Arnold in family friendly role, it is not that believable that he is his character.
Jarrin R Super Reviewer. Jan 06, A film all about buying your child's love? Well its not all as bad as it sounds, the film does manage to turn that on its head by the end, just about, close call though.
Yep so Arnie is a bad dad who only thinks about his work and misses his whiny kids karate class awards ceremony stuff. So to make it up to his little brat he offers him the choice of anything he wants for Xmas, bad idea.
The little darling wants a Turbo-Man action figure which is massively popular with kids. So Arnie must now find this toy which would have been easy if he hadn't forgotten about it and was left with only Xmas Eve to find one.
So the hectic day begins as Arnie strives to find a Turbo-Man figure. The plot is simply but pretty effective methinks, right away you know there is gonna be lots of mayhem and madness as parents scramble to get hold of this elusive toy.
Even without seeing a trailer you can tell there is potential for some classic Chevy Chase-esque holiday hijinx.
The fact its the Austrian oak adds to the fun because you can take advantage of his size by making him Hulk out in amusing places. I like the toy design in this film, they really managed to capture the type of toy and its universe perfectly.
A kind of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers scenario with a 'Buzz Lightyear' looking hero. His adversaries were very much a visual blend of the MMPR's bad guys with that Japanese flavour and a hint of Marvel with Turbo-Man's arch-nemesis.
The TV show we see in the film is a typical MMPR approach, virtually a parody of it, or homage. Apart from the loony pratfalls and childish visuals the film works because people can relate to it.
I'm sure many parents know the horror of Xmas shopping for their kids and trying to get a hold of a particular toy.
Hell even if you don't have kids you can relate to the nightmare of Xmas shopping and trying to get a hold of anything specific.
So its fun to see Arnie as a regular everyday man trying to achieve something which would seem relatively simple. We can all sit back and watch someone else go through the hell we all know too well, much like travel 'Planes Trains and Automobiles'.
I think the best scene in the film for me is the warehouse full of seedy Santa's and mischievous little helpers which are led by an unsavoury Santa in the form of Jim Belushi.
The whole underground Santa's grotto idea is really good and quite funny when you think about it. Belushi really really fits this role like a glove and the fight that ensues is brilliant, only for seeing Arnie beat up a bunch of Santa's.
The whole idea of a bad, grouchy, sleazy, disreputable Santa that is mean or rude to kids is just funny, the fact there is an entire organisation of them churning out duff toys is hilarious.
This is definitely one of Arnie's better comedies for me as it has a nice slightly dark side for adults as well as the soft marshmallowy side for kids.
Adults have Sinbad vs Arnie, Sinbad threatening to blow up things because he's a disgruntled postal worker, seedy Santa's, a brilliantly slimy Hartman and the whole angry parents trying to kill each other at the shops thing.
The kids of course have the actual toys in the film, silly pratfalls, Xmas and a nice mushy happy ending where Arnie proves himself to be a great dad after all.
In the end its very enjoyable and Arnie proves he can still do comedy films almost as well as action The film holds up well today too, the Xmas setting will always work at the right time, effects towards the end are a bit crappy, bit too silly, but in general its quite a good holiday romp.
The very final scene with the two happy parents leads to a neat and amusing little twist. Phil H Super Reviewer.
Dec 15, The Schwarzenegger holiday classic Jingle All the Way is a fun but stereotypical family comedy that satirizes holiday shopping. When Howard Langston promises his son a Turbo Man action figure for Christmas he ends up on a frenzied search on Christmas Eve to find the toy or die trying.
Arnold Schwarzenegger leads the cast, but comes off as a bit awkward; as if he's not entirely comfortable with this kind of slapstick comedy.
However, he's backed up by a good supporting cast that includes Sinbad, James Belushi, and Phil Hartman. Still, the comedy's broad and a bit hit-and-miss.
Jingle All the Way is a fairly mediocre film whose heart is in the right place, but comes up short. Dann M Super Reviewer.
Feb 10, Last christmas I watched this only to hear the greatest schwarzenegger line ever, 'PUT THAT COOKIE DOWN! Joshua W Super Reviewer.
See all Audience reviews. Howard Langston: I'm not a pervert! Arnold Schwarzenegger Sinbad Phil Hartman Rita Wilson Robert Conrad Jake Lloyd Jim Belushi.
Kent Beyda Wilton Henderson Adam Weiss. Release date. Running time. Arnold Schwarzenegger as Howard Langston Sinbad as Myron Larabee Dementor Phil Hartman as Ted Maltin Rita Wilson as Liz Langston Jake Lloyd as Jamie Langston Robert Conrad as Officer Alexander Hummell Martin Mull as a KQRS D.
Ponytail Man Jim Belushi as Mall Santa E. De La Pena as Johnny Maltin Laraine Newman as First Lady Harvey Korman as President Richard Moll as Dementor Curtis Armstrong as Chainsmoking Booster Danny Woodburn as Tony the Elf Paul Wight as Giant Santa Daniel Riordan as Turbo Man Phil Morris as Gale Force Amy Pietz as Liza Tisch Chris Parnell as Toy Store Sales Clerk Nick LaTour as Counterman Verne Troyer as Mini Santa uncredited.
Arnold Schwarzenegger left and Sinbad right starred in the film as the lead characters. Despite its fairly entertaining buildup and somewhat serious commentary on materialism during the holidays, the end of the movie takes a realistic conceit and adds in comedy sci-fi elements.
Not only does the movie take a turn for the cartoony, but the end is basically everybody laughing and learning their lesson, without any realistic resolution of the situation.
It's as if the screenwriters couldn't figure an easy way out of Howard's situation, so they added in slapstick comedy and the ending from an episode of Full House.
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