Netflix's New Christmas Movie Klaus Is A Future Holiday Classic.

A new Christmas film has been going down a treat with Netflix viewers. Klaus, the latest effort from Despicable Me creator Sergio Pablos, is the streaming service's first foray into original animated feature films, and early reports from viewers have been overwhelmingly positive.
 Viewers have been taking to Twitter to show off their enthusiasm, with one fan posting: "Yes, I loved #KlausNetflix. Yes, it made me cry my eyes out."Another person added: "Klaus on Netflix is the most ADORABLE and well animated 2D movie I've seen in SO LONG Y'ALL. I really hope everyone gives it a chance. I don't care who you think you are if you CAN watch it, you absolutely should !!!"Meanwhile, a third viewer was equally effusive, writing: "Has anyone else seen #KlausNetflix yet? You're doing yourself a disservice, it's beautiful, the voice cast is amazing and it's breathtaking. Love love love."The film aims to explore the lesser-known origins of the Santa Claus myth, following the adventures of Jesper (voiced by Jason Schwartzman), a failing postal academy student who gets stationed at a frozen island above the Arctic Circle, where the frosty locals barely speak to each other. The pessimistic Jesper grows frustrated at his thankless job and is about to give up, but changes his mind at the last minute once he meets up with the local teacher Alva (Rashida Jones), who introduces him the mysterious local carpenter Klaus (J. K. Simmons), an enigmatic character who lives alone in a remote cabin full of handmade toys. To reveal much more would be to give too much away, but suffice to say the local children soon become fascinated by the mysterious man who sneaks into their village in a sled at night, leaving them presents while they sleep, and they soon begin bombarding the carpenter with letters detailing why they deserve a toy this year.