Question of the Day

If you’re like me, you don’t have just one favorite

Christmas Movie. What are your top selections?

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24 Responses to Question of the Day

  1. Joy says:

    My very favorite is White Christmas. I know Rudolph isn’t a movie but the Christmas season isn’t here until I see that.

    • Laura says:

      I probably should have said “Christmas Videos” or “shows”, because I consider all of those classics… Rudolph, Grinch, Snoopy, etc., to be in that category, as well.

  2. Vicki says:

    Chevy Chase – National Lampoons Christmas Vacation!!
    Home Alone was another all time fav.

  3. Laura says:

    I have two main ones… “The Santa Clause” and “Christmas Vacation”. They are my wrapping/cleaning/whatever movies. Since I can repeat almost every word of dialogue along with both videos (and they STILL crack me up, even though I’ve seen them each about a billion times), I can do other things with them on in the background and know exactly what’s going on. One is just so spot-on with family stuff, and the other is just plain magic. Still. After all this time.

    I like the original Grinch, too, although I do that mostly on CD in the truck with Josh. It’s a Wonderful Life. The Christmas Story (Patrick Stewart as Scrooge). The Nutcracker (live, if possible, although it’s been a hundred years for that)

    And believe it or not, I don’t believe I’ve ever seen White Christmas all the way through. I’ve caught parts of it plenty of times, but never start to finish.

  4. Jenny says:

    We love The Polar Express & The Santa Clause ones

  5. Jason says:

    Charlie Brown Christmas would have to be up there on the list.

  6. SKL says:

    I think my favorites are It’s a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Story.

  7. Phyllis says:

    I enjoy ALL the Christmas movies mentioned as well as a few from my “growing up” years that aren’t played anymore more even on pbs. Those would be the original “The Bishop’s Wife”, (which had Cary Grant as the visiting angel), and Bing Crosby as Father O’Malley in both the “Bells of St. Mary’s” . Also, the original “We’re No Angels” which had Humphrey Bogart and was set at Christmas time, which.I only caught twice years ago but really, really enjoyed. I wonder if these are available on YouTube. Think I’ll have to check it out this week.

    Aw, heck, it won’t let me post my comment, keeps coming up page not available. I’ve had a lot of problems with this lately. That’s why you haven’t seen so much of me. Drat!

  8. Phyllis says:

    Ok, it finally worked.

  9. Sue says:

    I LOVE White Christmas 🙂 And the Santa Clause movies and Elf. I’ve never seen It’s a Wonderful Life all the way through either for the same reason as Joy. I also have never seen Miracle on 34th Street all the way through. I like Polar Express b/c it’s a good story, but I don’t like how they try and make it look real but still cartoonish. Does that make sense?!

  10. Nikki says:

    The Polar Express is one we always watch, along with A Christmas Story. I also really like Miracle on 34th. Elf is cute! National Lampoons Christmas is a big hit with Jason and Bailey.

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