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Actors For Fred ClausVince Vaughn,Paul Giamatti,John Michael Higgins,Miranda Richardson,Rachel Weisz,Kathy Bates,Trevor Peacock,Chris "Ludacris" Bridges,Elizabeth Banks,Jeremy Swift,Kevin Spacey,Rio Hackford,Elizabeth Berrington,Bobb'e J. Thompson,Alan Corduner,Jordon Hull,Liam James,Theo Stevenson,Allison Sparrow,Fern Zimmerman
Genres Fred Claus : Comedy
Visitor Ranting & Critics For Fred ClausUser Ranting Fred Claus : 3
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All Critics Ranting For Fred Claus : 4.2
All Critics Count For Fred Claus : 139
All Critics Percentage For Fred Claus : 21 %
Review For Fred ClausDobkin's film is lit up by a couple of genius scenes: first, a siblings support-group attended by Frank Stallone, Stephen Baldwin and Roger Clinton; second, a superb in-joke triggering Spacey's redemptive thaw-out, stoking a festive glow against the odds.
Jonathan Crocker-Time Out
The movie is less ho-ho-ho than uh-oh, or oh-no.
Richard Corliss-TIME Magazine
There are some scattered big laughs and a sweet message here, so I'm giving it a mild recommendation.
Richard Roeper-Ebert & Roeper
As derivative and predictable as any of the holiday comedies of the past few years, providing audiences with at best a handful of laughs. Most of it is uninspired.
Claudia Puig-USA Today
It senselessly dims an idea that should shine as brightly as Rudolph's nose.
Peter Howell-Toronto Star
Vaughn gets plenty of mileage exploring both the painful and fun sides of Fred.
Tom Keogh-Seattle Times
It's no improvement on Bad Santa, or National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, for that matter.
Kelly Vance-East Bay Express
Fred Claus will never go down in history as a holiday classic, or even one of Vaughn's better known films, but a sterling cast lifts up what could have been easy mediocrity.
A turbulent ride that shifts tonal gears and messages like oscillations in the weather, ending in mythological frostbite.
Jules Brenner-Cinema Signals
Fred Claus is not an entirely bad picture, but it is a decidedly bland one.
John J. Puccio-Movie Metropolis
Vaughn's act may be toned down a bit, but he still plays the same fast-talking, quip-spouting arrogant schmuck that he usually does, and it wears thin real fast.
Adam Tobias-Watertown Daily Times
Rather than creating imaginative situations for Vaughn to explore, director David Dobkin merely asks that Vaughn be himself, as if his personality were big enough to wring humor out of a comic vacuum.
Rossiter Drake-San Francisco Examiner
Unfortunately, this is a broad family comedy that depends on odd sound effects (zonks! splat!) during every scene...
Jeff Bayer-The Scorecard Review
Does it make me a Scrooge to suggest that this is one piece of holiday coal you should leave in your stocking?
Brandon Fibbs-Colorado Springs Gazette
Fred Claus won't make us forget "Rudolph," "Frosty" or even "The Santa Clause."
Christian Toto-Washington Times
It is a joyless rehash of old plots and jokes. File "Fred Claus" under lump of coal.
Paul Giamatti is forced to play Santa like a socially awkward version of Vince Vaughn
Stephen Himes-Film Snobs
There are no laughs from the material, which wants to be edgy but can't go for broke because it's too busy being a trifling piece of holiday cheer but without the cheer.
Mark Dujsik-Mark Reviews Movies
Fred Claus tries desperately for a Bad Santa meets Elf vibe. Five minutes in, the man sitting next to me was sound asleep.
Charlotte O'Sullivan-This is London
The actual effect of films such as this, however, is to put you in an entirely non-Christmas, non-joyous and non-charitable mood.
An archly mirthless comedy.
Nigel Andrews-Financial Times
Fred Claus is in the grand tradition of a certain type of Yuletide farce - one that's about as funny as a crushed bauble in your egg nog.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph
The spirit of Scrooge surges strong within me having watched this chillingly cynical and unfunny Christmas movie.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
DICK VAN DYKE had an excuse for doing a terrible Cockney accent in Mary Poppins - he is American. But how Brit Rachel Weisz can explain her "you wot" effort in Fred Claus is anyone's guess.
It's not exactly It's A Wonderful Life, with Vaughn's trademark blokeishness starting to jar, Giamatti strangely miserable and the laughs generally thin on the ground.
-Daily Mirror [UK]
You'll have a better time if you spend Christmas wedged up a chimney.