an evil santa (that lives at the south pole.)see's that it will be a white christmas. the only one in years. so, to ruin everyone's fun and joy, he goes out to melt all the snow with his fire balls(shooting from his hand).
This sounds like an interesting premise.
a man with the power of ice sets out to save christmas.
Should this man have any motivation for doing this? What is his character like?
end: the evil santa has like 5,000 troops surounding the christmas warriors,(that are all out of power), along with a surrounding circle of flames. this ice guy defends against the fireballs.
Could be problamatic to animate, and is somewhat cliche. Perhaps a one on one ore two on two duel?
while the other guys pray.
jesus comes down, wipes out the bad guys, and restores the white christmas to it's perfect state.
This bit bothers me. It is mixing Jesus, the true reason for the season with very secular ideas, Santa and a White Christmas. It also portrays Jesus as some type of super hero who comes down to earth and blasts the bad guys. This is not the type of mesage I think should be portrayed. I think bringing Jesus into the picture here in this way is a downright bad idea, and that a new ending should be looked for.
Also, is this a comedy or a drama? If it is a comedy, I think that spoofing different elements of secular christmas themes could be effective. If it is meant to be serious, I think that this idea is somewhat lacking in serious content and needs to go back to the drawing board.
"I concluded from the begining that this would be the end; and I am right, for it is not half over."
-Sir Boyle Roche