When dreamer Larry Guthrie (Larry the Cable Guy) loses his first love to the town hot shot, he decides to win her back by volunteering to help the local children at her after school program...See full summary » After getting fired from his job, a slick, fast-talking businessman (The Miz) is thrown into an elf competition to become Santa¹s next second-in-command. See full summary » Two desperate dads compete in a no-holds-barred battle to be the best father and make this the best Christmas ever.Jingle All the Way 2 isn't frustratingly bad, because, if you sit down to watch it, you've already questioned "why?" numerous times, regarding the film's production, existence, and thought-process, but it completely avoids any and all likability when you watch the year's frothiest ending conclude such an awful picture before your very eyes.Larry's daughter Noel (Kennedi Clements) is anticipating Christmas a lot this year because, judging from her private letter to Santa Claus, she wants a stuffed teddy bear named Harrison, which happens to be the season's hottest toy.Upon discovering this, Larry makes it his mission to not only give Noel a memorable Christmas but to find a Harrison Talking Bear, which proves difficult once Victor realizes his plan and begins to buy out each store's stock of Harrison bears.One of the two spaces attached to each competition number may be reserved for the organisers.(...)(a) Models not homologated by the FIA but which competed in International rallies or International circuit events prior to 31st December 1960, in which case this must be certified by the ASN of the country of manufacture and approved by the FIA.
Starring: Larry the Cable Guy, Brian Stepanek, Kennedi Clements, Santino Marella, and Kristen Robek.
(...)1.2 Appendix K applies to cars which are either original competition cars, or cars built to exactly the same specification as models with international competition history complying with the International rules of the period.
(...)2.1.1 International racing was governed by the Commission Sportive of the ACF from 1906 until 1921 and by the FIA, which was known as AIACR until 1947, from 1922 until the present day.
Appendix K requires that all Historic Competition cars will be preserved in the form in which they raced to these rules, (...)184.108.40.206 Advertising will be confined to a maximum of one space of 50 cm x 14 cm along the top, and one along the bottom, of up to four of the competition numbers.
Should there be no room to insert the allowed advertising above and below the competition number, it may be placed adjacent to, but not touching, the number background.