Watch Jingle All The Way 2
- 1 hr 33 min
Jingle All The Way 2 is a 2014 comedy movie directed by Alex Zamm. The film is a sequel to the 1996 holiday classic "Jingle All The Way," starring Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sinbad. Unlike the first movie, the sequel features a whole new cast of characters and is set in a different city, but the basic premise is the same - a father desperately tries to get his hands on a coveted Christmas toy for his child. The film stars Larry the Cable Guy, Brian Stepanek, Anthony Carelli, and Kennedi Clements.
The story revolves around a blue-collar worker named Larry (Larry the Cable Guy), who is struggling to provide for his family. He works odd jobs and does whatever it takes to make ends meet. However, his daughter Noel (Kennedi Clements) wants nothing but a particular toy for Christmas, a talking bear called Harrison Bear. Time is running out, and the toy has already sold out everywhere in town. Noel believes that Santa Claus will bring her the bear if she is a good girl. Larry's quest to find the toy starts when he hears about a store that is getting a shipment of Harrison Bears.
However, Larry is not alone in his pursuit of the teddy bear. His neighbor, Victor (Brian Stepanek), is also in the race to get the toy for his own daughter. Victor is wealthy and has connections, but he has a habit of cheating at everything to win. Adding to the already tense chase for the toy is an aggressive store worker, Claude (Anthony Carelli), who has his own reasons for wanting the talking bear. As Larry and Victor battle it out, they find themselves in one funny and chaotic situation after another.
The film has its share of humorous moments. Larry the Cable Guy brings his trademark redneck persona to the role, making the character more relatable to his fanbase. Brian Stepanek, as Larry's neighbor, also delivers a hilarious performance, as the over-the-top and deceitful Victor. Anthony Carelli, who is better known as former WWE wrestler Santino Marella, plays an intimidating store clerk who will stop at nothing to get his hands on that last Harrison Bear.
Aside from the comedy, the film also touches on themes of the importance of family and the true meaning of Christmas. We see Larry's struggles as he works to provide for his family, and the unconditional love he has for his daughter. His quest to get her the toy serves as a reminder that sometimes the simplest things can mean the most to our loved ones. The film's soundtrack also includes classic Christmas tunes that add to the holiday spirit.
However, the sequel doesn't quite capture the same charm as the original. It is a lesser-known movie that doesn't quite live up to expectations. The story lacks the same heart and substance as the first movie, and the jokes sometimes fall flat. It is an okay movie that may appeal to fans of Larry the Cable Guy, but it isn't a holiday classic that will be remembered for years to come.
In conclusion, "Jingle All The Way 2" is a comedy movie that delivers laughs and touches on important family themes, but doesn't quite live up to the original. It features a new cast of characters, with Larry the Cable Guy playing the lead, as he struggles to find a talking bear toy for his daughter in time for Christmas. It is an okay movie that will entertain fans of the genre and the star, but it is not a must-watch holiday classic.
Jingle All The Way 2 is a 2014 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 33 minutes. It has received mostly poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 3.9.