DVD Release: November 18, 2014


Northpole, the magical home to Santa & Mrs. Claus, has grown into a huge city powered by the magic of holiday happiness around the world. Yet as people everywhere get too busy to enjoy festive time together, the city is in trouble. Who can help save the cherished tradition of Christmas? One young boy, Kevin, might have a chance if he can convince his protective mom, Chelsea, to rediscover the magic of the season. With a little added help from Kevin’s charming teacher Ryan, a mysterious elf-like girl Clementine, and a gospel singer named Josephine, Kevin is determined to bring his mom in on the fun and prove that one small voice can change the hearts of many.

Dove Review

Kevin is having a hard time connecting to others in his new school and his mother is worried about him. So when he tells his mother about his new friend Clementine, a North Pole elf, she does not believe him.

The town has decided not to hold the annual Christmas tree lighting celebration this year. Kevin’s mom, Chelsea, is a reporter and has to investigate why. Kevin uses this problem as his school project, while Clementine is here to save the North Pole from disaster. With a little help from his teacher, his mom and Clementine, Kevin can help Christmas return to the joyous holiday it is meant to be.

Here is a charming holiday movie to add to your collection; everyone in the family will love it and come to believe in the spirit of Christmas. We award this film with the Dove Family Approved Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kiss.
Language: Oh gosh-1.
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Believing in the North Pole; parents need to listen to children.


Company: ARC Entertainment
Director: Douglass Barr
Producer: Irene Litinsky
Genre: Christmas
Runtime: 102 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe