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Elf - Nostalgia Critic

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  • Опубліковано 6 гру 2022

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  • @ChannelAwesome

    CHHRRIISSSSSTTTMMMAAAASSSSS!!!!!!!!!

  • @jordancampbell8597

    One thing I liked about the Imposter Santa is that he's legitimately trying to do a good job. He's personable with the kids, asks questions, has a decent voice--he's definitely trying harder than most Mall Santa characters do.

  • @samwitherington8202

    I get that some people find him annoying, but I think Ferrels enthusiasm and childlike innocence combined with his oafish and oversized (for his mind) body makes this a fun performance for me. I think hes believable most of the time, and it is really fun to watch him improve the lives of everyone around him. Also, "you sit on a throne of lies" is the funniest thing in the world to me for no reason.

  • @anthonydeadman

    In regards to the shower scene, you really gotta keep in mind, Buddy the whole time still retains the mindset of a child.

  • @jerraldwest8531

    I love the look on the Dad's face when he realizes that if he hadn't started to sing at that moment, Santa's sleigh would have ran him over and killed him. 😂

  • @brenyatta7638

    Buddy wasn’t even watching Jovi shower. He just wanted to do a duet of the song because he loved her singing voice. He even sat in a spot where she needed to look around the corner in order to see him

  • @greshaminc156

    I always loved elf in my opinion. I can understand why you aren’t a fan of elf. What I love about buddy in the film is that yes, he can be annoying and childish, but he can be relatable where it does remind us of our childhoods when we behaved like him. It was a fun Christmas comedy for me next to Home Alone and Christmas Vacation.

  • @videohistory722

    Will Ferrell actually was scared of the jack in the boxes. His reactions are genuine.

  • @averymerrick

    Dyeing for Your Art: Will Ferrell really did consume the spaghetti-and-candy monstrosity that Buddy creates his first morning at Walter's house.

  • @barneychill4547

    A few years back I played Buddy the Elf in an adaptation of the Elf musical, so Elf will always have a special place in my heart. Elf the musical was the first show of our theater program, was my first lead role, and was the last production one of my favorite teachers took part in before dying of throat cancer. R.I.P. Mrs. Bordeleau

  • @michellecrocker2485

    The dad was kind of a jerk at first but the stepmom was amazing. It was the stepmom who insisted that he stay with them

  • @drewkaplan7460

    My all time favorite Christmas movie. For me a must watch every Christmas season.

  • @drakeredwingofficial

    My dad has an irrational hatred of this movie in spite of the fact that he has never seen it. I rebelled and watched it at a friend's house and I can safely say, it's a certified hood classic

  • @wstine79
    @wstine79  +209

    I love Peter Dinklage as the author who beats up Buddy because he called him an elf. I'm sure he wanted to do that for a long time.

  • @Kyolover8

    Finally I'm not the only one who thought the elf soundtrack sounded similar to the polar express soundtrack. The very first time I watched both of them I knew they sounded similar.

  • @msingleton

    This is one of the best Christmas movies of all time. It’s a yearly tradition in our house. This review missed so much of what makes this movie magical.

  • @brewesharp3129

    I like Zoey a lot shes a pretty talented singer and songwriter also

  • @dorourke105

    i was never bothered by this movie i loved it, i was never bothered by Will's brand of comedy either. he's definitely one of those your mileage may vary type of comedians

  • @bronwynknight1330

    Honestly, I love this movie. I watch it every year with my family and we have since I can remember. I think we're past the point of whether it's good or not, we just enjoy watching it together.

  • @user-et7hj6yf2r

    I actually think Buddy screaming over-the-top upon hearing his father is on the naughty list is perfectly reasonable in the context of the movie.