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Contest: The Naughty List

posted by Nell Minow

Even Santa’s elves sometimes find themselves on the naughty list.  In this very cute animated DVD, elf brothers named Winter (Sean Astin) and Snowflake (Drake Bell) have a hard time following the rules of the North Pole.  When they accidentally wreck Santa’s Christmas tree, they find themselves on the Naughty List, along with a reindeer named Sparkle (“Glee’s” Naya Rivera), who is responsible for a “sleigh incident.”  Under the stern supervision of a robot named Tinsel (Matthew Lillard), they are punished with boring chores, but they just get in more trouble, finally giving food poisoning to everyone — even Santa (Kyle Chandler) —  just before Christmas.  The only ones who can save the day are the Naughty List-ers.

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I have a copy to give away!  Send me an email at moviemom@moviemom.com with “Naughty” in the subject line and tell me your favorite Christmas song.  Don’t forget your address!  (US addresses only.)  I’ll pick a winner at random on December 20.  Good luck!



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