The Elf (2017) is a English,American Sign Language movie. Justin Price has directed this movie. Natassia Halabi,Gabriel Miller,Lassiter Holmes,Lisa May are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. The Elf (2017) is considered one of the best Action,Comedy,Fantasy,Horror movie in India and around the world.
Nick is haunted by night terrors stemming from a tragic murder he saw when he was young. After inheriting an old toy shop, he discovers a cursed elf doll sealed inside an ancient chest with a naughty list of his family's names written on it. He soon discovers that the elf was an evil conduit meant to unleash a supernatural killing spree during the Christmas Holidays by whomever set it free.
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Plot holes, bad actors, bad cgi, just stay away.. Horror.. no. Just about everything you can think of was wrong in this movie. Summer & winter same say... Dad dies, no feelings.. All family dies.. but no drama. No alerting the others... no way. Just spare yourself.
Not QUITE the worst film I've ever seen - after all, it IS in colour. But it's pretty close. It's certainly the lowest IMDb score I've given. Firstly everyone in the film appears to have some significant physical disability or disfigurement. The lead actress is suffering from some kind of lip bloat, so her face resembles an over-inflated deep sea fish. The lead actor experiences frequent epileptic episodes which the camera rather cruelly continues filming. Either that or he's under the mistaken impression that this constitutes method acting. One of the characters who is 13 feet tall seems not to possess articulated limbs. Or a neck. Or a spine. I assume he is rotated into position by a hidden platform operated by dwarfs. The elf of the title is a small doll approximately the size of a man's fist, who wields a miniature knife the length of a sewing needle. Using this fearsome instrument he somehow manages to dispatch most of the cast in the movie. Possibly because they are handicapped by the weight of their lips or their inability to articulate their limbs. I'm not sure. I fast-forwarded most of the film and then abandoned it. But don't take my word for it - knock yourself out. Advisedly during the opening credits.
Please avoid this movie at all costs. What can I say terrible acting, terrible CGI and all in all the worst movie I have ever seen. Unfortunately I had to give it 1 other wise it would not even get that. Please save yourself a wasted evening and watch something else, anything else just not this.
I heard about this movie because I am a big fan of killer doll movies. Even if they are bad, if they are fun and have great set pieces or kills or even just memorable characters I can find enjoyment in them. This was DOA however. The characters were flat, boring and annoying. And I'm fine with character development but it takes so long to get to the first kill that when it happens it is so underwhelming and random that I didn't even care. You don't care about any of the characters or what the main character is going through. For a second early on I thought it might get interesting but the pacing and build is just so odd that even that falls flat. I really truly wanted to like this. I'm a huge fan of low budget horror flicks but this tried to take itself way to seriously (its a movie about a killer elf doll...) and because of that it was boring and I'd say it wasn't even really worth spending the 2 dollars I did at the Redbox. Nothing really memorable here and there are so many better movies of this subject matter in the horror genre, you're better off checking those out or just re watching them. Maybe next time.
Wow! This movie was terrible! I managed to endure 35 minutes of it, before I gave up out of sheer and utter boredom. Nothing, and I do mean literally nothing, had happened in the 35 minutes. The storyline was flat and pointless. The characters were one-dimensional cardboard cut outs that had no personalities and were portrayed by actors whom seemed not to buy into the movie themselves. There were also continuity errors as well; one scene where the guy found the elf doll it was snowing behind him then as the camera angle changed the snow was gone but it magically returned as the camera angle changed again. And also when the couple was having a conversation about the elf doll in their home, the woman's shirt was alternating between being pulled up or down as the camera angle changed. For a horror movie then "The Elf" offered little, if anything at all, which would make it appealing to anyone. I didn't find anything worthwhile in the movie. And despite only having suffered through 35 minutes, then I can in all honesty say that I am not returning to finish it ever. Stay well clear of this movie!