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Movies I Would Watch This Christmas

  • Dec 23, 2009
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There are so many films out there with new ones released every holiday season. So I guess I missed a lot of them from my list. These are the ones that just come to mind before I've had my coffee. I couldn't remember the title of the film where the kid wants a rifle or I would have added it too!
It's a Wonderful Life
This is one of my favorite films of all time! One of the best feel good movies ever made. The scene between George Bailey and Mr. Potter across the desk is priceless. The only movie where I have seen an adult Alfalfa (from the Little Rascals). Also, the characters of Bert and Ernie were the inspiration for Sesame Street.
See the full review, "It's a Wonderful Movie!".
A Charlie Brown Christmas
What's a holiday without a Charlie Brown flick? Can that poor tree that Chuck picked out be saved? One of the best of the Charlie Brown's.
See the full review, "A Timeless Classic!".
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966 movie)
I hated the film but love the Dr. Seuss cartoon! An all-time classic animation.
Rudolff, the Red Nosed Reindeer
The stop action animation may have been antique but it is a fun film. Always loved Burl Ives. Thought he looked like the real Santa.
The Christmas that Almost Wasn't
When I was a kid I thought this was an amazing concept. Santa comes early and says that Christmas would not be coming that year. Such blasphamy! I loved it.
Of all the versions of A Christmas Carol, this one was my favorite.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
As this film takes place in my native NYC why not? I liked this film better than #1. Kevin not only gets the best of the bandits but also outsmarts Tim Curry and saves Christmas at the toy store.
Santa Claus Conquers the Martians
Let's hear it for Santa the hero of the Earth!
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
I actually worked in Macy's and recognized the employee locker area as well as a few other parts of the store. A young Natalie Wood and Kris Kringle who the Post Office, an US Government office recognizes as Santa Claus.
See the full review, "I Can Set it Again and Again and Again and...".
Jingle All the Way
Arnold and Sinbad battling over the last action figure for their sons. What more could you want?

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