Published December 17, 2020


Film info

  • Title Noelle
  • Director Marc Lawrence
  • Year 2019
  • Run time 1hr 40m
  • Genres Comedy, Fantasy, Family
  • Tagline Saving Christmas together? Oh, joy.

Kris Kringle's daughter is full of Christmas spirit but wishes she could do something important like her brother Nick, who will take over for their father this Christmas. When Nick is about to crumble like a gingerbread cookie from all the pressure, Noelle suggests he take a break and get away... but when he doesn't return Noelle must find her brother and bring him back in time to save Christmas.

Live blog

Time Comment
0:56 Wait, there’s a whole village behind the Disney castle?
3:57 Santa training.
6:19 Santa Claus XXIII.
7:55 Awww, baby flying reindeer!
9:49 “I’m all ear muffs, fire away.”
14:07 Santa training montage. Or failing montage.
18:06 “But I’m in the tech department. And loving it.”
21:49 Phoenix?? I guess there were good tax breaks there.
31:23 “That’s pretty ‘stocking half empty.’”
35:02 Oh no, they algorithmed the naughty or nice list!
44:09 I can’t believe she’s tiny enough to fit in a freezer like that.
52:10 “It was jolly.” I’m going to start using that.
53:13 I know we’re not supposed to but I love Tech Santa.
59:28 “I will leave you alone, I almost promise.”
1:09:36 Elf Polly bringing the wisdom.
1:17:59 Big emotive speech… and an iPad.
1:20:12 Haha, massive santa suit.
1:28:33 “Traditions change, right?”
1:30:40 Jeez, puffins are fickle. Who knew?


I really loved this movie. It’s not a new idea to take a mythical creature and put them fish-out-of-water in modern day society, but I really liked how this one came together. All the odd decisions Noelle made actually made sense in her world, and the whole time there was an undercurrent of saving Christmas whilst simultaneously breaking down the patriarchy which I wholeheartedly support.

Plus, let’s discuss how adorable Snowcone is…

Rating: 5 / 5

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