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It's Christmas Eve at the Harper house, and young Ryan and Casey are excited that their scientist father (Mackenzie Astin of ''The Facts Of Life'') has finally perfected his new invention! But when dad is kidnapped by a bumbling gang of thieves (led by Jeffrey Combs of Re-Animator), Casey's wish on a magic doll causes Santa to leave behind a mischievous elf ('Wee Man') to save the day. Will Santa's little helper lose all faith in his elf self, or can he discover his true powers to become a real superhero? Mirelly Taylor (''Lost'') co-stars in this big-hearted family comedy about holiday wishes, scary fruitcakes and Christmas miracles that come in every size!
this is a awesome movie. you know some of these low budget straight to dvd-blu-ray movies are better than the ones that come to theatres and this is one of those movies. Read morePublished 8 months ago by David
I thought this was a cute movie! Don't expect it to be anything like your Hollywood A-movies like Home Alone,Santa Claus or even Elf. Read morePublished 9 months ago by CAD15
This will appeal to the younger kids. Give them silly fun and a elf super hero and it will make their day. Read morePublished 10 months ago by dhart
I think my expectations were too high. Both my granddaughter and myself were disappointed with this film. So this assessment was true for two generations.Published 22 months ago by Pat S.
My kid adores this movie, so so funny, wee Man Rocks!!!!!!! Me and my kid laughed so hard at his silly selfPublished 23 months ago by eva Leblanc
I am shocked to see that there are so many reviews of over four-stars, but that just goes to show "Vive La Différence!" and that there is definitely something for everyone. Read morePublished on June 18, 2013 by Actingtheatrecat
You know it's bad when an 11 year old says, "This movie is horrible. The acting stinks." He was absolutely right. Wee Man simply cannot act. Read morePublished on May 29, 2013 by M. GIBSON