So many holiday movies to choose from, new and old! The Bishop's Wife, Miracle on 34th Street, Christmas in Connecticut, White Christmas and Scrooge - all old standbys! Then along came Christmas Story, the new Scrooge with Bill Murray, Polar Express (though a 'cartoon' a fabulous movie), the list goes on!
My choice of christmas viewing is definitely Home Alone 1 and 2 (still hilarious after so many years), Muppet Christmas Carol, Elf, Die Hard, Nightmare Before Christmas...definitely the ones I tend to rewatch.
White Christmas, Miracle on 34th St.(the old one), The Bishop's Wife (old one with Cary Grant). And I also love most of the Hallmark Christmas movies this time of year. They are all very corny and very predictable and always leave a smile on my face.
One of my favorite Christmas movies is "Christmas with the Kranks". Tim Allen and Jaime Lee Curtis are funny in this movie!
My favorite is 'The Christmas Story' where little Ralphie really really wants a Red Ryder BB gun, shot in 1983. The classic movie channels play it marathon style for 24 hours on Christmas Day (today).
I know its the day after Christmas, but may I recommend the classic Cary Grant film, "The Bishop's Wife," in which Grant plays an angel. Denzel Washington played an angel in the remake of that movie; its called "The Minister's Wife."
You have to see "A Christmas Story," about the kid desperate to get a BB gun for Christmas. "You'll shoot your eye out, Ralphie!"
by Nira Perkins 6 years ago
Do you know any good Christmas or holiday movies that take place in New York city?
by keanxy 7 years ago
What are great movies to watch this december 2011?
by L.A. Walsh 9 years ago
Holiday movies that can't be missed
by mikicagle 7 years ago
What are some good old movies to watch with a date?What movies prior to the year 2000 are great to watch with a date?
by Emily Zeinert 3 years ago
Looking for b-grade movies to watch...Think Two-Headed Shark Attack, Teeth, Zombeaver, Piranha, etc. Want some inspiration on the next awesome bgraders to watch!
by Lena Kovadlo 4 years ago
What movie have you seen over and over again without ever getting bored?And why do you love it so much that you keep watching it over and over?
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