I love holiday movies – every year we go through our DVD collection and settle in for a movie night when time allows. It’s a great way to chill out from the craziness the holiday season can bring. This year, it seems like the days are flying by and we haven’t had as many movie nights as I’d like. When I received Disney’s new release Prep & Landing to review I wondered when we’d be able to watch it during a busy week. When I discovered that the DVD is just 22 minutes long, I was thrilled – it was easy to incorporate a holiday movie (or feature, as the case may be) into our busy week.
Prep & Landing, which first debuted in 2009 as ABC TV’s first animated television special produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios, features the voice talents of DaveFoley (Disney●Pixar’s A Bug’s Life, Toy Story 2, Cars) as Wayne, Derek Richardson (TV’s “Men in Trees”) as Lanny, Sarah Chalke (TV’s “Scrubs” and “Roseanne”) as Magee, Mason Vale Cotton (TV’s “Desperate Housewives”) as Timmy Terwelp, David DeLuise (Disney Channel’s “Wizards of Waverley Place”) as Dancer, Peter Jacobson (TV’s “House M.D.,” Transformers) as Waterkotte, Lino DiSalvo (Disney’s Bolt) as Gristletoe Joe, William Morgan Sheppard(Transformers, The Prestige) as The Big Guy, Nathan Greno (Disney’s Bolt, Meet The Robinsons) as Dasher, Hayes MacArthur (Life As We Know It, She’s Out Of My League) as Thrasher and Kasha Kropinski (Fame, Big Fish) as Miss Holly.
Prep & Landing is an adorable holiday story about a high-tech team of elves who ensure homes around the world are properly prepared for their visit from Santa. After working for a tireless 227 years, an elf named Wayne (voiced by Dave Foley) is upset when he doesn’t receive an expected promotion. Instead he is partnered with an idealistic rookie elf named Lanny (voiced by Derek Richardson) to execute a special Christmas Eve mission. While on their journey, Wayne and Lanny encounter unexpected challenges that push them to their limits and ultimately threaten Christmas for children around the world. But in the end, these two elves work together to guide Santa through a raging snowstorm in order to save Christmas.
Both kids (7 and 4) liked this movie – Santa and the elves amused my 4 year old while the high tech element kept my 7 year old interested. I got a kick out of the code-names the reindeer and others use. How would you like 7 Maids A Milking as your secret agent code name?? 😉
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