Whenever I think of my childhood—I think about the wonderful movies that graced the screen both the “silver screen” and the TV screen. Even as my own children were growing up; we spent many warm winters’ night watching the various movies and getting that “holiday feeling” that puts so many in a festive mood.
With that in mind—I have put together ten of my favorite all time movies. This spans a time from my youth to adult. There are others that I really enjoyed however these are at the top of my list.
1. It’s A Wonderful Life
2. Miracle on 34th Street
3. A Christmas Carol (the older versions)
4. A Christmas Story
5. The Polar Express
6. A Charlie Brown Christmas
7. Home Alone
8. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
9. Home Alone 3
10. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (With Boris Karloff)
What are some of your favorites?
No.4: A Christmas Story is one of my favourite.
I'd mention 'Trading Places' too, as an alternative foul-mouthed classic.
Plus a great wee film called 'Snow Day' with Chevy Chase and Iggy Pop ...... not a Xmas story but it's got all the fun ingedients
1. Have the DVD; love it; watch it several times a year once Christmas rolls around, even when it comes on television (though I hate the commercials.
2. Love it; but, the classic, not the new fandangled versions Hollywood tries to film.
3. Please refer to #2.
4. Husband's favorite movie; even seen A Christmas Story 2 (not nearly as good as the first).
5. Never seen it; don't even think my kids have.
6. Watch it as a kid; but, my kids now think it's too boring.
7. 8. and 9. A few of my all time favorites.
10. Little Cindy Lou Who is my favorite character because she represents innocence and purity in all things.
Shirley, you must watch the Polar Express on DVD, it is a great movie!
I think you just sold me. I will look for it as soon as I can get to town the next time. Thank you. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving this coming week. May you be blessed and you bless.
Here are my personal top 10 Christmas / Winter movies:
Little Women (1994 with Winona Ryder as Joe)
A Christmas Carol (George C Scott -1984)
Santa Claus the Movie (1985)
The Polar Express (2004)
Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
Jack Frost (stop motion animation -1979)
Home Alone 2 (1992)
It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
Edward Scissor Hands (1990)
Yes...the Muppet Christmas Carol is a good one. I enjoy the George C. Scott "A Christmas Carol." I enjoy just about all of the old Christmas Carol movies ... even the one with Mr. Magoo :-)
I'm going to see a live production as my family does every year. I can hardly wait!
by Brian L. Powell5 years ago
I just got through watching "The Man Who Came to Dinner"; and, I realized it was one of those movies that I have to see around Christmas.
by moneyfairy4 years ago
The grinch that stole christmas?Charlie Browns Christmas?Rudolf the Red nose Reindeer?Holiday ( with Cameron Diaz)?It's a wonderful life?
by Holly5 years ago
Every friday, my friends and I get together to have a movie night at someone's house. It is always a lot of fun but I have noticed that a magority of the movies we watch are duds. Could you help me out and tell me which...
by Genna East6 years ago
What are your favorite films of all time,and why? Someone asked me this question and I really had to think because I had several, but I finally came up with two answers.
by Lisa HW7 years ago
Even though most of us on here (including me, by the way) weren't around when those classic 40's movies were out, many of us have seen them and have particular favorites. One of mine was The Lost Weekend (guy gets...
by Holle Abee6 years ago
Mine is the one with George C. Scott. It was filmed in Shrewsbury, which seems to give it more authenticity. And, of course, Scott is an excellent actor!
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