I love Christmas movies. I love being reminded of the birth of Jesus Christ. The angels that came down and sang to the shepherds. The manger scene, the wise men, Mary, and Joseph - all of it is so wonderful to dwell on. I love candle light services, praising God, and focusing on the true meaning of Christmas.
Gummibar The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa has nothing to do with the true meaning of the birth of Jesus Christ. It is about a green gummy bear, and his three animal friends. They go on a quest to find the missing Santa Claus. He has been tricked by an alien (Alan). Alan wants Santa on his world, and wants to kidnap him from ours.
There are a few neat songs in Gummibar The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa. Which is to be expected since this character came from Internet music videos. Music videos is also the main Special Feature on the Gummibar The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa DVD.
The beginning of Gummibar The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa was a little startling to me. The characters were cynical, rude, and self centered. Near the end of Gummibar The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa is a nice moment where one character tries to talk another character into giving is more important than receiving. Sadly this movie quickly moves from that to how exciting it is to receive.
The artwork in Gummibar The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa is very distinctive. I saw a couple of crude attempts at humor. Such as a few say no to crack moments. I thought there would be some cartoon violence at one point, but that character did not actually attack the elves that were throwing snowballs.
Gummibar The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa is all about Santa. If even goes as far as telling viewers he is the true meaning of Christmas. I disagree with the theme of receiving is better than giving which is where this DVD ends. Gummibar The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa is fifty minutes in length.
Youtube sensation Gummibär stars in his first feature film, Gummibär: The Yummy Gummy Search for Santa is a poorly written, animated way to cash in on the bear’s fifteen minutes of fame. Auto tune songs, silly dancing, sketchy geography and poor jokes are combined to create a sixty minute animation with an unsatisfactory story line and, unfortunately, does not pass as an enjoyable Christmas film. Maybe this is part of the bears charm–to use his dancing skills to rescue Santa from aliens to save Christmas.
The movie Yummy Gummy Search for Santa: The Movie 2012 happened to be written by N/A and unveiled in the year 2012 with it likely be a winner among director N/A's fans. It's not surprising why it was eventually rated 5.2, this movie is guaranteed to hold your interest for the 5.2 as you notice that you are relating to the characters.