Disney’s Prep & Landing Review ~ Giveaway

I love Christmas movies, and this Christmas movie is totally tinsel. Santa’s elves are on the scene just in time to get you ready for the big guy’s arrival in Disney’s Prep and Landing now available on DVD. First premiering in 2009 during ABC Family’s 25 Days of Christmas, I have been in love with this cartoon for two years, and I was THRILLED to learn that it was finally coming out on DVD this year. (Now I can stop stalking ABC Family to find out when it will air to DVR it!)

Prep and Landing quickly became a Christmas favorite in our house (like from the moment we first saw it!). The Christmasy combo of hilarious characters, a smart plot line and witty inside Christmas jokes make for a great Christmas cartoon. Even my bah-humbug father is a fan of Prep and Landing (having been forced to sit and watch it with his granddaughter last Christmas). I could watch Prep and Landing over and over. Oh wait, I do!

Prep and Landing

Prep and Landing is an adorable holiday story about a high-tech team of elves who ensure homes around the world are properly prepared for their visit from Santa. After working for a tireless 227 years, and elf named Wayne is upset when he doesn’t receive an expected promotion. Instead he is partnered with an idealistic rookie elf named Lanny to execute a special Christmas mission. While on their journey, Wayne and Lanny encounter unexpected challenges that push them to their limits and ultimately threaten Christmas for children around the world. But in the end, these two elves work together to guide Santa through a raging snowstorm in order to save Christmas.

The only problem with Prep and Landing is that the 22-minute running time will leave you wanting more! (The good news is that the length is perfect for little ones.) A short sequel (referred to as a stocking stuffer short), Operation: Secret Santa, aired last last Christmas and is also included on the DVD (it is about 5 minutes). I am THRILLED that a new 22-minute sequel, Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice, is set to air December 5, 2011 on ABC. I.Can.Not.Wait.

If you love Christmas, you will love Prep & Landing! 

Bonus Features:

  • Tiny’s Big Adventure – a one-minute short that originally aired with Prep and Landing
  • Operation Secret Santa – the short sequel that aired in 2010
  • Prep and Landing Kringle Academy Training Videos

Prep and Landing is available on Amazon (currently for $14.99).

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Disclosure – I was provided a copy of the movie to facilitate this review, however, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

55 thoughts on “Disney’s Prep & Landing Review ~ Giveaway”

  1. My favorite Christmas movie is “Love Actually” but my daughter’s favorite Christmas movie is Prep & Landing is my daughter’s absolute favorite. It’s been on my DVR since last Christmas!!

  2. i’ve never seen this one, but it looks great! my new favorite christmas movie is elf, old favorite is the original miracle on 34th street.

  3. We love Prep and Landing too! It’s so clever. Can’t wait to watch the one that aired tonight. We recorded it, but haven’t seen it yet.

  4. I don’t know how the Claymation Christman show became our tradition, but it did. The music is great and that stupid handbell gets me every time. It’s hard to compete with the old classics, but I’ve heard Prep & Landing is fantastic.

  5. When I was growing up it was Rudolph the Red Nosed
    Reindeer. Now it’s Christmas Vacation, it has become a tradition at our house.

  6. I completely share your affection for Prep and Landing! Unfortunately, I missed the airing of part 2 earlier this month, but thankfully, I found Naughty vs. Nice on DISHonline.com. I love this one more than the first because of the great lesson on siblings, it definitely brought a tear to my eye. I hope you did not miss it, but if you did, I know that it is free to watch (amongst a plethora of other holiday movies) because I work for DISH, plus they have a vast collection of old and new cartoons as well. Hope you and your family have a safe and happy holiday!


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