An Elf is left behind by Santa to help rescue the Harper family from a lousy Christmas. The Elf and the family get more than they bargained for, as the kids help the Elf discover his special powers and true identity as a budding superhero.
- Stars:Jason 'Wee Man' Acuña, Jeffrey Combs, Mackenzie Astin, Mirelly Taylor, Carly Robell, Blake Kaiser, Marty Terry, Dave Coyne, Larry Nichols, Mike Diesel, Jack Hoke, Teale Sperling, Larry Levinson II, Joe Hansard, Ceire Kenny,
- Director:Ethan Wiley,
- Writer:Ethan Wiley, Richard Jefferies
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Elf-Man torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: I rather liked this film. Ulliel and Beart did ver well with the performances and the story was good. I can't help thinking of my grandparents after seeing this film though. After escaping France during World War 2 my grandpa has all sorts of stories like this. I know it's not common, but I may have been keying into it because of that factor. Still, a great film. I would watch it again purely for the performances though. Loved Ulliel. :)
(nl) wrote: Great WWII civilian movie taking place in France!
(kr) wrote: The word bizarre wouldn't even begin to describe this movie. This is definitely one of the best films of the early 1990's and one I personally been trying to find for some time now. I'm not sure what to talk about and what not to mention. (spoiler alert!) In an era where the word 'vampire' only reminds us of Edward Cullen, here is this movie where misinterpretations and clouded childish thoughts are enough to make a boy believe that they live next to a vampire. A boy who has fun by blowing frogs up, a boy who sees abduction and murder and suicide and says nothing. A boy who is suppressed by a matriarch and who admires and loves his brother. A boy who thinks a dead infant is an angel. The ending of this movie is pure poetry. It really made the hairs of my back stand up - simply seeing someone whose innocence was long stolen screaming until the sun goes down, throwing the earth's soil in the air. Just...incomprehensibly perfect.
(ru) wrote: Total Disappointment!
(au) wrote: Charming. Gene Kelly is just precious. Not a great singer but the look of the "Glens" and "Heathers" of the Scottish heartland makes this a really nostalgic and delightful romp through yester-year.
(us) wrote: This movie could have been better, but it was funny sometimes. I loved Andrews, but Kaye was annoying.
(jp) wrote: nice movie with a good story. good depiction of life in the hood. lots of funny parts...SPOILERSbut also some really sad parts. (1 viewing)
(gb) wrote: Decent but not as good as Toby's
(br) wrote: Disappointing - the concept felt like it just hadn't been carried out to any logical confusion, but rather wandered away or disintegrated before anyone figured out how to make all the disparate ideas work together in a single film. Cheyenne really had potential as a character, but instead I got tired of him spouting whiny platitudes like a thinly disguised "what if" cross between Robert Smith and an aged philosopher. The other characters simply weren't fleshed out enough - you'd hardly know Frances McDormand and Harry Dean Stanton were talented and famous in their own right. The meandering plot felt more like a dream diary and less like the writer was ever able to satisfactorily complete a thought. I'm sure that style works really well for some people, but for me, I just felt like the whole thing ended up lost in translation. Shame.