What better way to start a Christmas Marathon than with Christmas Classics, right? Thats what I did at least! This is on Netflix and its 9 short Christmas animated films about 15-20 minutes each, I believe. Some were even 10-12 minutes.
Christmas Classics Vol. 1
1. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
2. Somewhere in Dreamland
3. Santa’s Surprise
4. Hector’s Hector Life
5. Snow Foolin’
6. Jack Frost
7. Christmas Comes But Once A Year
8. The Shanty Where Santa Lives
9. The Night Before Christmas
There’s the list of the movies. The only one I’ve ever seen before was Rudolph and The Night Before Christmas however, the other ones are rather cute as well. Plus, its short and sweet. Its a straight forward little story and it covers values. There’s not much to actually review for this. My favorite has to be Santa’s Surprise and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Those were really fun 🙂
Since I don’t want to be cheap and short, I added on another one I saw this weekend:
KUNG FU PANDA HOLIDAY (2010)
Director: Tim Johnson
Cast: Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, James Hong, Angelina Jolie, Seth Rogen, Lucy Liu, David Cross
Po is given the task of hosting the annual winter feast by Shifu and he struggles to meet the expectations of his friends and make the choice between spending time with his father and dealing with his responsibilities to hosting the Masters of Kung Fu.
This is a little 20 minutes animated flick. I love Kung Fu Panda so this was one that I jumped on in Netflix. Plus, it was quick to watch. Its nothing special but there are a few laughs. Po and Mr. Ping are always fun to watch. Great for a short family viewing to bring in the holidays and to talk about the importance of family and the things that matter during the holidays.
Just like each of these flicks, I’m going to keep it short and sweet 🙂