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Elf (2003)

Elf (2003)

Elf is a heartwarming comedy film released in 2003. Directed by Jon Favreau, this Christmas-themed movie follows the story of Buddy, a human who grows up as an elf at the North Pole. The charming and iconic portrayal of Buddy is played by Will Ferrell, who brings his signature humor and childlike innocence to the character. The stellar cast also includes Zooey Deschanel, James Caan, Mary Steenburgen, and Bob Newhart.

With its humorous and touching storyline, Elf has become a beloved holiday classic. Its memorable quotes and iconic moments have made it a staple of the Christmas season. The film soundtrack by John Debney provides a cheerful and festive atmosphere, perfectly complementing the on-screen antics of the characters.

If you're looking to relive the magic of Elf, you can play and download the sounds and music from the movie right here.

A confirmation that Santa must've been sighted...
A minus 8.
A Real HUF board. Lookie here.
A reprint. You know how much that's gonna cost?
A song?
Actually, I'm adopted.
Actually, there's a big difference.
Ah. Wow.
All he cares about is money. Doesn't care about you or me or anybody.
All right, ahem, what have you guys got so far?
All right, just bring them by the camper this weekend. I'll see what I can do.
All right, let's do this.
All right, let's get it over with.
All right.
All the mail comes out that shooter.
All you care about is yourself.
ALL: Hey! Hey!
ALL: The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.
ALL: There's room for everyone on the nice list.
ALL: Treat every day like Christmas.
Also, never close your eyes because then you'll get sick.
An elf?
And as for me, I can't complain.
And as you may have guessed, that's where our story begins.
And every year, less and less people believe in Santa Claus.
And guess what
And guess what
And he wants me to sing him a song
And heat makes noise when it comes on.
And his spirit saved a lot of other people too.
And how she had later passed away.
And I had time to build that rocking horse.
And I was adopted
And in six months, you'll have to check them again. Won't he?
And lunch.
And lunch. Bye.
And most importantly, I told him where his father was.
And one day, when Buddy was old enough, I made him my own personal apprentice.
And she didn't tell you. And....
And so Buddy was sent where the special elves work.
And that is to build toys in Santa's workshop.
And the only one who I would want working on my sleigh tonight.
And the strain was too much.
And the trolls weren't toilet trained.
And then I walked through the Lincoln Tunnel.
And then, to finish, we'll snuggle.
And they sort it out there, see? And you can touch it all.
And they sort it out there, see? And you can touch it all.
And we never met
And you got a great mouth. The thing just dropped in Central Park.
Another interesting elfism:
Apparently, all we have is vegetables.
Are you crazy? He cannot stay here.
Are you enjoying the view?
Are you gonna sing a song or something? Or can I just go back to work?
Are you kidding? He's the worst dad in the world.
Are you okay?
As much as Buddy was accepted by his family and friends...
As soon as possible?
As soon as possible.
As you can imagine, it's dangerous having an oven in an oak tree...
At least you have a daddy.
At that time, I would love to hear in exact detail...
Attaboy. Thank you.
Back off, slick. You'll scare the deer.
Be my guest.
Because he's the greatest dad in the whole wide world.
Before I get into the story, uh, let me start with the cover, okay?
Before we learn how to build the latest in extreme graphic chipset processors...
Believe me, we're already looking for new printers.
Best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.
Boy, am I glad to see you.
Boy, you're hilarious, my friend.
BOY: Get them. Hit the green guy.
BOY: Go away.
Bud, have you ever seen a mailroom?
Buddy comes up to visit from time to time.
Buddy is killing me.
Buddy, Buddy.
Buddy, don't eat those.
Buddy, I think there's something I probably should tell you.
Buddy, I think we have to talk.
Buddy, I've been around the world many times...
Buddy, is that you?
Buddy, not now. Can you please go back to the pit?
Buddy, we better get going. Get in now.
Buddy, we need power. We're gonna crash.
Buddy, where are you?
Buddy, you're more of an elf than anyone I ever met.
BUDDY: And then I traveled to the seven levels of the Candy Cane Forest...
BUDDY: Dad, I'm in love, I'm in love and I don't care who knows it.
BUDDY: I'm sorry I ruined your lives...
BUDDY: Look out. Yellow ones don't stop.
BUDDY: Me? Yes.
BUDDY: No, it's not.
BUDDY: Not now, arctic puffin.
BUDDY: Oh. Uh....
BUDDY: We sing all the time. No, there's not.
BUDDY: You have a pretty face. You should be on a Christmas card.
BUDDY: You have a pretty face. You should be on a Christmas card.
Building this.
But at least Michael is happy for once.
But Buddy, he's in the park with Santa.
But I really wanted to see you and I think you're beautiful...
But I'm free on Thursday.
But I've worn this my whole life.
But now I'm here. It's me, Buddy.
But Santa's coming. There's so much to do.
But some spontaneous Christmas caroling has broken out...
But the children love the books.
But the thing is, I've never even left the North Pole.
But the third job...
But they're self conscious about the way their pee smells.
But we are buddies.
By the way, I think you have the most beautiful singing voice...
Bye bye, Buddy.
Bye, guys.
Can I eat in my room?
Can we go there?
Can you pass the maple syrup?
Can't wait to see my dad.
Can't we do this another time, Mr. Greenway?
Candy, candy canes, candy corns and syrup.
Channel three. Code word is "Santa's got a brand new bag."
CHARLOTTE: Dick, according to authorities, the area has been cleared.
CHARLOTTE: Did you see something? MICHAEL: Santa needs us to believe.
CHARLOTTE: Okay, well, further confirmation...
CHARLOTTE: So the authorities have not discovered any reindeer in the park?
Christmas is the greatest day in the whole wide world.
Christmas spirit.
Clearly, he has some serious issues.
Come here, little one.
Come here. I wanna talk to you.
Come on, Buddy, how many?
Come on, let's try to get a storyboard ready.
Could you tell me more about what you saw fall from the sky?
D. D.
Dad, hi! It's me!
Dad, I gotta talk to you.
Dad, Michael.
Dad's eating in his room.
DEB: Ah! Whoa!
DEB: Sir, Chuck in the mailroom needs to talk to you.
Debra, hang up.
Did you have to borrow a reindeer to get down here?
Did you hear that?
DlCK: Charlotte? Charlotte?
DlCK: Charlotte? Charlotte?
Do you have any friends? Do you have a best friend?
Do you wanna go eat food?
Do you wanna go?
Does Santa know that you left the workshop?
Does someone need a hug?
Don't look. There you go.
Each one of them with a 70 inch plasma screen.
Eighty five hundred reindeer power jet turbine engine.
Eighty five.
ELF 1: Ooh, that's bad.
ELF 2: You changed the batteries in the smoke detector.
ELF 3: And you're the only baritone in the elf choir.
Elves love to tell stories. I'll bet you didn't know that about elves.
EMILY: Hi, it's me.
EMILY: I almost forgot my
EMILY: Oh, my gosh, you actually made that?
EMILY: You like sugar, huh?
Emily. Can I just speak to you for a minute in the kitchen, please?
Empire State Building.
Especially in front of other people.
Especially when we make toys.
EUGENE: We should go with the first pitch. It's genius.
Even if those two pages were in there, the book still would've sucked.
Everybody knows that.
Everybody's pushing small town rural. Farm book would just be white noise.
Except it smells like mushrooms...
Except louder and longer and you move your voice up and down.
Excuse me. I'm here to see a Walter Hobbs.
Excuse me. Thank you, excuse me.
First off, you see gum on the street, leave it there.
First quarter?
FOOM FOOM: lf he hasn't figured out he's a human by now...
Fortunately, when it comes to babies, Santa's a pushover.
Four hundred ninety.
Francisco. That's fun to say. Francisco.
Fruit spray? Sure.
Get back to the story, please.
Get out of here. Get out of here.