Elf

Elf

Director: Jon Favreau Cast: Will Ferrell, Ed Asner, James Caan

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Product Details

Release Date: 11/27/2018
UPC: 0883929657360
Original Release: 2003
Rating: PG
Source: New Line Home Video
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen, Color]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time: 1:35:00
Sales rank: 23,140

Special Features

Closed Caption; Sing along with Buddy and friends; Watch Buddy's best lines come to life on-screen; Learn how to make Buddy's favorite sweet treats; Join in on all the fun with even more brand-new, exciting, interactive features; Also includes DVD with classic film and special features from the original release, including deleted/alternate scenes and much more!

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Will Ferrell Buddy
Ed Asner Santa
James Caan Walter
Mary Steenburgen Emily
Bob Newhart Papa Elf
Zooey Deschanel Jovie
Daniel Tay Michael
Faizon Love Gimbels Manager
Peter Dinklage Miles Finch
Amy Sedaris Deb
Michael Lerner Fulton
Andy Richter Morris
Jon Favreau Doctor
Kyle Gass Actor
Leon Redbone Leon the Snowman

Technical Credits
Jon Favreau Director,Screenwriter
Kent Alterman Executive Producer
David Berenbaum Screenwriter
Jon Berg Producer
Cale Boyter Executive Producer
Jim Brebner Asst. Director
John Debney Score Composer
Toby Emmerich Executive Producer
Susie Farris Casting
Greg Gardiner Cinematographer
David B. Householter Co-producer
Johanne Hubert Set Decoration/Design
Kelvin Humenny Art Director
David Husby Sound/Sound Designer
Todd Komarnicki Producer
Dan Lebental Editor
Jimmy Miller Executive Producer
Shauna Robertson Producer
Laura Jean Shannon Costumes/Costume Designer
Rusty Smith Production Designer
Shauna Weinberg Producer
Julie Wixson-Darmody Executive Producer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Elf: Buddy's Sing and Cheer Along
1. Chapter 1 [10:15]
2. Chapter 2 [10:23]
3. Chapter 3 [10:51]
4. Chapter 4 [12:32]
5. Chapter 5 [10:57]
6. Chapter 6 [6:49]
7. Chapter 7 [11:53]
8. Chapter 8 [10:07]
9. Chapter 9 [8:31]
10. Chapter 10 [5:36]
Disc #2 -- Elf
1. About Elves: The Real Story From Papa Elf. [:37]
2. Chapter 2 [1:04]
3. Chapter 3 [2:01]
4. Little Buddy: Buddy Grows Up At The North Pole. [1:31]
5. Chapter 5 [:41]
6. Chapter 6 [:58]
7. Chapter 7 [:39]
8. Chapter 8 [1:22]
9. A Special Elf: Buddy Learns The Truth. [:19]
10. Chapter 10 [:55]
11. Chapter 11 [1:30]
12. Chapter 12 [:59]
13. Chapter 13 [:36]
14. Chapter 14 [:24]
15. Chapter 15 [:19]
16. Chapter 16 [:19]
17. Chapter 17 [:18]
18. Buddy's Journey: Off To The Big Apple! [1:08]
19. Chapter 19 [1:23]
20. Chapter 20 [:56]
21. Chapter 21 [1:15]
22. Chapter 22 [2:18]
23. Dad: Buddy Meets His Real Father. [2:33]
24. Chapter 24 [1:03]
25. Gimbels: Buddy And Jovie Meet. [:45]
26. Chapter 26 [4:19]
27. Chapter 27 [3:05]
28. Winter Wonderland: Gimbels Is Transformed. [2:10]
29. Chapter 29 [1:49]
30. Chapter 30 [:46]
31. A Visit To The Doctor: Walter Takes Buddy In For A Test. [4:12]
32. Chapter 32 [:16]
33. Homecoming: Buddy Meets His New Family. [:49]
34. Chapter 34 [1:26]
35. Chapter 35 [:30]
36. Chapter 36 [3:07]
37. Chapter 37 [:48]
38. Chapter 38 [1:51]
39. Brotherly Bonding: Buddy Hangs Out With Michael. [:43]
40. Chapter 40 [:34]
41. Chapter 41 [:28]
42. Chapter 42 [4:50]
43. Take Your Elf To Work: Walter Brings Buddy In To Work. [4:12]
44. Chapter 44 [:44]
45. Chapter 45 [1:45]
46. Chapter 46 [:26]
47. A Night Out: Buddy And Jovie Go On A Date. [1:41]
48. Chapter 48 [:25]
49. Miles Finch: The Legendary Children's Author Meets With Walter. [2:54]
50. Chapter 50 [:12]
51. Chapter 51 [1:39]
52. Runaway Elf: A Guilt-Ridden Buddy Leaves Home. [3:13]
53. Chapter 53 [2:33]
54. Elf Help: Buddy Tries To Rescue A Stranded Santa. [:26]
55. Chapter 55 [1:29]
56. Chapter 56 [:48]
57. Chapter 57 [1:29]
58. Chapter 58 [3:28]
59. Saving Santa: Christmas Spirit Saves The Day. [1:38]
60. Chapter 60 [1:35]
61. Chapter 61 [:43]
62. Chapter 62 [1:42]
63. End Credits [5:32]
1. About Elves: The Real Story From Papa Elf.
2. Little Buddy: Buddy Grows Up At The North Pole.
3. A Special Elf: Buddy Learns The Truth.
4. Buddy's Journey: Off To The Big Apple!
5. Dad: Buddy Meets His Real Father.
6. Gimbels: Buddy And Jovie Meet.
7. Winter Wonderland: Gimbels Is Transformed.
8. A Visit To The Doctor: Walter Takes Buddy In For A Test.
9. Homecoming: Buddy Meets His New Family.
10. Brotherly Bonding: Buddy Hangs Out With Michael.
11. Take Your Elf To Work: Walter Brings Buddy In To Work.
12. A Night Out: Buddy And Jovie Go On A Date.
13. Miles Finch: The Legendary Children's Author Meets With Walter.
14. Runaway Elf: A Guilt-Ridden Buddy Leaves Home. [:24]
15. Elf Help: Buddy Tries To Rescue A Stranded Santa.
16. Saving Santa: Christmas Spirit Saves The Day.
17. End Credits

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Elf 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 47 reviews.
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ClaireAnnette More than 1 year ago
Awesome movie! Will Ferril plays the role of an orphan, named Buddy, who gets raised by (Christmas) elves in the north pole. Buddy has never quite fit in...and he begins to realize that he isn't an elf. As the story goes on, Buddy goes to New York City to try and find his real dad.(He is looked at a litte strangely, with his elf suit and crazy personality!) I would reccommend this movie to anyone in the mood for innocent fun and lots of laughs:)
Yellowenglish More than 1 year ago
Have you ever wanted to see something non-realistic that becomes realistic? Well stop looking because it has been found! It¿s the movie Elf! This movie was great because it was funny, cheerful, and entertaining. The main character is Will Ferrell and James Caan. This movie is about a baby who was born into orphanage and snuck into Santa Claus¿s bag on Christmas Eve. Santa brought him home and made him an elf, even though he is a human. He is over 20 years old now and still thinks he¿s an elf. He finally finds out and goes searching for his real dad in New York City, but has some conflict along the way and with his dad. This movie teaches you to basically not to judge a book by its cover. There is a lot of cheerful, original, and Christmas-y songs all throughout the movie. This movie was so funny because he still thinks he¿s an elf through the whole movie until the end. The movie had a part when Will Ferrell, ¿Buddy¿, was decorating a store for Santa because the boss thought that he worked there because of the way he dressed, but he didn¿t. The really early morning he heard music coming from the shower, so he went to go check it out. There was a worker that he met, Jovie, in the girls¿ locker room in the shower and he was sitting on the sink singing with her. She heard him and she yelled at him to not look at her and get out. He put his hands over his eyes and started running toward the door and ran straight into the lockers. This movie really captures the spirit of Christmas. It has cheerful music, people, and so much more. Everyone is all nice, weird, and of course cheerful. Well almost anyone. The music is all original Christmas songs that everyone knows. The further you go in the movie the more cheerful it gets. The reason why this movie is entertaining is because of everything in it. It¿s about Christmas, which everyone loves, and it¿s hilarious! If you like funny, cheerful, and entertaining Christmas movies then this would be your favorite one. I would recommend this movie to everyone. I hope you enjoy this movie if you watch it.
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What the hell is this infantile mess? How on earth could anyone over the age of five actually enjoy this movie? This is a film that I would expect from a first time director (just like Napoleon Dynamite, but that actually was from a first time director). Within the first thirty minutes of this film, the viewer finds him or herself lost in how boring and monotonous Will Ferrel's acting is. Let's be honest, do you ever see Will Ferrel act in variation to the oaf-ish goof persona? Do you ever see him widening his range and playing in a serious role? No, you don't. He plays the same kind of character in every single thing he does and that's what takes the entertainment out of this film. This movie is like watching an SNL Christmas Special with Will Ferrel as the main actor. He has no variety, no diversity, and without a speck of change in sight, can he really be called a respectable actor? Completely amateur directing, writing, and acting makes for an E-rated movie
JosephNicholas More than 1 year ago
Elf by Jon Favreau Elf is my favorite holiday movie. A playful , naïve elf played by Will Farrell leaves the north pole to search for his real dad in New York city, who turns out to be a hard hearted children's book editor played by James Caan. Elf spends his time spreading Christmas cheer and attempting to win the love of his father. On Christmas Eve his father has a change of heart and just in time to save Christmas New York City is invigorated with a dose of Christmas spirit. This is one of those movies that's full of quote-ables, and sing-ables. It's memorable, uplifting and heart-warming. Thanks to Jon Favreau for this quintessential holiday classic!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of the best christmas movies that I've ever seen in years. Will Ferrell is hysterically lovable. James Caan, Zooey Deschanel, Mary Steenburgen, Ed Asner & Bob Newhart complete an extremely talented supporting cast. Jon Favreau is a talented force to reckoned with, and I hope he continues to direct more movies in the future. I'm looking forward to this modern classic taking its' place to be one of the popular christmas films in movie history.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I like Elf becuse Its so funny.It made me laugh a lot.if your looking for a funny video buy this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Elf was hilarious! When Buddy thought the heating thing was a monster I couldn't breathe at how hard I laughed! And how he was not a great elf, and how he threw the snowballs like crazy! The movie made me laugh so hard I thought I would throw up. When he's in the store window and bangs on it calling Dad, that was funny how his dad (James Caan is a good actor also) ignored him, and how he bought his dad sleep wear for women because it read that special someone. Will Ferrell is my favorite actor ever, next to Johnny Depp.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Watch the movie, put away your logic, and enjoy a Christmas fairy tale. I think this could become a classic.
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I love Elf! I have been waiting all year for it to come out and I absolutely love it! Everyone should watch Elf, it puts you in the mood for Chritmas.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Will Ferrell is hilarious. This movie is great for all ages, and is destined to become a Christmas Favorite.
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