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Plot: The inspirational tale of Chippey, the young scout elf who is assigned by Santa to restore Taylor McTuttle’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.
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I’m still watching this in January. Only 20 mins long so a nice wee Christmas story for elf loving kids
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I was pretty disappointed and one might think one shouldn’t have expected much of an obvious marketing ploy, but I did. Because I believe in Christmas and Santa and magic. I love the idea of how naming the little toy it becomes magic and can fly (or teleport). I like the way Santa was depicted. But Too much time was used in how the elf was shipped to the house compared to how much time was used to the main point of the movie. Now, I like that part of the movie, but they could have skipped the poetry part and snowball fight and hospital scene etc. etc. and used that time to actually work on how Chippey actually managed to make Taylor get the Christmas spirit back.
It would have been nice if they had actually placed the elf somewhere where it wasn’t so obvious the parents could have placed him. After all, he was supposed to be able to fly. It felt like “let’s not make it hard on parents”. So “I tried!” feels so whiny and defeatist. Tried what? He did NOTHING that couldn’t be explained by parents moving a doll around. It wasn’t even demanding elf-on-the-shelf-ing! I mean, sitting on a shelf/tree/mantelpiece/table – Chippey gives up too quickly and easily and gets too depressed. And then Santa tells him that he can’t make anyone believe, so it was a wild goose hunt from the beginning. All this “you are so brave” and “it won’t be easy” talk is really just crap. What is so brave and hard in “just being there”? *sigh* I know, I know, it’s just an ad and kids love cartoons, and don’t care about such little details, but – I’m not a kid. Also, the guilt tripping going on is horrible! The idea “if you touch it, it loses its magic and becomes just a plastic doll” just causes a lot of troubles. He “killed” the elf, he spoiled the Christmas, Christmas is going to be horrible and it’s all his fault! Now, merry Christmas, why aren’t you happy? “Mom! Dad! Taylor hit Chippey!” Siblings squealing on each other. Kids touching the elf without parents’ knowing, and it continues moving around. What does that tell the kids? That it was just a piece of plastic all along. What about inventing some sort of magical ritual to re-magicize the elf again? What if they had made Taylor do this ritual? And then, like, have the elf sitting on his nightstand in the morning with a thank you letter especially written to him from Santa or something? I mean… sure, not everyone can write with swirly letters, ink on parchment, but wouldn’t that be worth it? There’s bound to be a school with art teacher somewhere nearby, and she/he could certainly script a letter from Santa if that’s too hard for the parents. Totally achievable and would be a lot harder to explain. Then he would feel really good about himself and get back his belief in magic etc. Now it was just… *sigh* Apparently the boy believed more than Santa gave him credit for, and what does that tell about Santa? Nothing I want my kids to think. Then the song lyrics… “Christmas is a time for forgiveness That is why we all believe in Christmas” What? Christmas is not and has never been “a time for forgiveness”. It’s the time of joy and peace and happiness and merriment and enjoying time with your loved ones and sharing and caring and the song began all right, but then came that part of “forgiveness”. What is there to forgive here? That Taylor doesn’t believe and breaks the rule of no touching? Oh, swell! Let’s pile guilt on the 9yo! Nothing makes better Christmas memories than guilt! “Extravaganzalorious”? *sigh* “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” went down so well, let’s do it again. As if.
BTW, “Doodle is cool”? Doodle? X-D Yeah, name your elf Doodle.
Original Language en
Runtime 23 min (approx) (USA), 26 min (TV) (2021) (Finland)
Genre Animation, Family, Fantasy
Director Chad Eikhoff
Writer Carol Aebersold (story), Carol Aebersold, Chanda Bell (story), Chanda Bell, Tara Burtchaell (story), Chad Eikhoff, Christa Pitts (story), Christa Pitts, Kenneth M. Waddell (story), Kenneth M. Waddell
Actors Leslie Bellair, Brendan Dooling, Evie Eikhoff, Emma Greene
Production Company Big Canoe Entertainment
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