Nine-year-old Taylor McTuttle has reached a crossroads. Does he believe Santa Clause really knows who is naughty or nice? Does he even believe in Santa Clause anymore? An Elf's Story is the inspirational tale of Chippey, the young scout elf who is assigned by Santa to restore Taylor's belief in Christmas magic. When the boy breaks the number one Elf on the Shelf rule, Chippey loses his Christmas magic; the entire McTuttle family loses is scout elf, and both Taylor and Chippey lose their self-respect. Through the power of love and forgiveness, both of them learn the most important lesson of all: that true belief cannot be taught. A family holiday classic for generations to come, An Elf's Story is filled with fun, music, and the timeless message that Christmas is something we carry in our hearts. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Jon N (es) wrote: dull! not as rude or funny as the cover. nice who-har section.
John T (jp) wrote: Very low budget horror with no effects. Reality show style slash found footage, though it was never lost. I was bored to death but my wife kinda enjoyed.
Javier E (ag) wrote: 4ta. Seleccion de la Muestra 52. Ganadora del Premio del Jurado en el Festival de Cannes, "Un homme qui crie", nos muestra la historia de un pais en guerra, a la vez que apreciamos la dificil situacion de un padre que tiene que tomar una fuerte decision con tal de seguir en su zona de confort. Dramatica, pero no exagerada, lease que no tiene tratamiento de telenovela, a pesar del predecible y gratuito final. Vale la pena.
Tsukasa A (jp) wrote: It's based on a million selling memoir having the same title written by Elizabeth Gilbert and chronicles the author's trip around the world after her divorce and what she discovered during her travels. It's comfortable and enjoyable without logic and theory.
Jay H (de) wrote: "Shaun of the Dead" actor Simon Pegg and it's director Edgar Wright make a cameo as the two zombies chained up in the bar for the amusement of the living. George A Romero is a huge fan of their movie!
Loren T (au) wrote: I have watched this film several times and I consistantly LOVRE it. Happy, hopeful and yet painfully truthful and intelligent. A truley GREAT film (IMHO).
Igor A (mx) wrote: Jason Biggs/Steve Zahn/Jack Black/Amanda Peet
Paul A (ru) wrote: Run Lola Run is special in that it has avery unconventional way of storytelling. Yes, it has flashbacks, something many movies contain, but it is uniquely done. The movie is made up of three scenes. Each scene playing backwards, which determines different outcomes. In one scene, a character might die or live in the other. For all its worth, this isn't a bad film, but I didn't really enjoy it. Its greatest strength is its editing, action sequences, and style of story telling. However, I found the actual plot to be bland and boring. The dialogue was also weak and tedious.
Asya U (ca) wrote: Loved Farrah in this movie and payback is a bitch, wish it ended better
Greg R (ru) wrote: This franchise's humor, upbeat music, and campy fun make this movie and the series it was based on a ton of fun to watch.
MEC r (it) wrote: Could've been better.
Tom B (ca) wrote: The biggest surprise is how many surprises. Richard Basehart is amazing, Cyd Charisse affecting, and Audrey Totter bursts out of the seams. Subversive pleasures abound.
Joseph B (ca) wrote: It's nice to see so many actors and actresses coming together to have a good time. Too bad I didn't have a good time watching this movie. I suppose the idea is that all actors make a bad movie from time to time, so why not go ahead and all get together in order to get it out of the way. Even being drunk didn't help me like this movie.
Mindi B (ag) wrote: i never know how to rate movies that are good, but depressing. ??
Christopher B (it) wrote: This movie is awesome on so many levels! Love, love, loved this as a youngster.
Gregory S (ag) wrote: Great performances by to young actors!
Graham M (mx) wrote: Not as tasteless as you may expect from the premise, but doesn't really rise to anything noteworthy.