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The resulting chase leads to Howard hiding inside a storage room, where he is mistaken for the actor portraying Turbo-Man and dresses in the highly technological costume. The family cliches are just annoying, because this film is so unique otherwise, and it feels they serve no other purpose than to continue the plot. Columbus was always "attracted to the dark side of the happiest holiday of the year", so wrote elements of the film as a satire of the commercialization of Christmas.
It features only two of composer David Newman's pieces from Jingle All the Way, but features many of the songs by other artists included in the film, as well as other Christmas songs and new tracks by the Brian Setzer Orchestra.
Directed by Alex Zamm and produced by WWE Studios and 20th Century Fox, the film has a similar plot to the original, but is otherwise not connected and has none of the original cast or characters. During their conversation, Howard and Myron overhear a radio station advertising a competition for a Turbo-Man doll.
This sort of idea has always been present in television shows everywhere, but to take a simple concept and stretch it into a full-length motion picture is a challenge to the utmost level. Losing his patience, Howard yells at Jamie, after which he feels guilty and depressed after Jamie scolds him for not keeping his promises. What Howard doesn't bargain for is the fact that psycho sad Mario (Sinbad) has got to get one for his son too!Howard Langston, a salesman for a mattress company is constantly at his job, and also constantly disappoints his son.