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- Dec 1, '12 by tnbutterflyMoved to Movies, Movies, Movies.
"It's a Wonderful Life" is one of my favorites too. My grown children still insist on watching it every Christmas Eve when they come home for Christmas.
- Dec 2, '12 by Sweet_Wild_RoseI'd have to say it's a tie between The Polar Express, Home Alone, and Home Alone 2 (the Home Alone franchise kinda went south after they stopped casting Macauley Culkin). I just don't find myself getting into the older movies like It's a Wonderful Life.
- Dec 2, '12 by Spidey's momI watched It's a Wonderful Life last night - love that old movie. The acting was so bad but the movie is so good.
Other than that - I can think of only one and that's the Charlie Brown Christmas Special which was on earlier this week.
Home Alone was my kids' generation. I can tolerate it but not a fan of what came after the original.
(That Bing Crosby movie, White Christmas, just popped into my head . . haven't see it in awhile).
- Dec 2, '12 by imintrouble1) White Christmas
2) Christmas in Connecticut. Old black and white movie with Barbara Stanwyck
3) A Season for Miracles.
I like the old movies best, with # 3 an exception.
Watching White Christmas was as much a tradition as wrapping presents, decorating the tree and attending mass. It wasn't Christmas until we'd watched White Christmas the FIRST time each season.
- Dec 2, '12 by sharpeimomThe Bishop's Wife
- Dec 3, '12 by VivaLasViejasNational Lampoon's Christmas Vacation is a family tradition at our house---we watch it several times each Christmas season, but always on Christmas Eve. (It also happens to be my psychiatrist's favorite movie EVER......yes, we have had that discussion. )
I also love It's A Wonderful Life and cry at the end every. single. time.
- Dec 3, '12 by amoLuciaI too, love Christmas movies.
#1 - Christmas Carol but the ones with Scrooge himself (Alistair Sims, Reginald Owens, Patrick Stewart, George C Scott etc). Even the Flintstones, Muppets. It's gotta be a SCROOGE.
#2 - the Christmas Carol-themed stories (with other actors like Vanessa Williams, Susan Lucci, Bill Murray, etc) These have main characters with a different name.
#3 - the classic Charlie Brown Christmas Tree cartoon tied with the cartoon Grinch.
#4 - Miracle on 34th Street, White Christmas, Wonderful Life and Bishop's Wife all tied in here.
#5 - the classic 1960's Rankin & Bass cartoons, ie Rudolph, Frosty, etc.
But I think I'm falling in love with Elf with Will Farrell. Have watched it 3 times in 2 days. I laugh myself silly. And I'm by myself, no kids, and laughing OUT LOUD. I think the antics are hysterical.
There's other Christmas-themed movies out there,, but these are my favs. And they're the old ones. If I'm flipping channels, I stop to watch.
With the exception of my #2 listing above, I have my own VCR copies of all these. Don't have just one fav, I love them all!!!
- Dec 3, '12 by BostonTerrierLoverRNWalton's Christmas.
One Christmas Eve my dad got lost on a Duck Hunt. I was just 9 and I knew he had tripped with his gun, fallen in a creek and drowned, or worse. It was 22 hours of terror, then he was brought home by a Good Samaritan where he came out of the woods, 5 miles from his truck. That show reminds us of waiting for the worst, hoping for the best.
- Dec 3, '12 by Esme12A Christmas Story.....
National Lampoons Christmas.....
It's a Wonderful Life....
The Old ......A Christmas Carol
.....Miracle on 34th Street
....The Bishops Wife with Cary Grant