"Charlie Brown Christmas" while we are decorating the tree; "White Christmas" and "A Christmas Carol" (the one with Alistair Sim)are part of my tradition every year. Bonus movies that I love are the classics, "It's a Wonderful Life," "Holiday Inn" and "Miracle on 34th Street" (the one with little Natalie Wood).
Miracle on 34th Street, A Christmas Carol (with Alastair Sim), It's a Wonderful Life, and Christmas in Connecticut. i also like How the Grinch Stole Christmas (the classic cartoon).
home alone comes to my mind whenever i think about Christmas. It's a nostalgic movie. I loved the concept of stay alone at home and managing things out
A Christmas Story is my all time favourite... my family watches it every year, it never gets old.
"You'll shoot your eye out!"
Yes! A Christmas Story! It's on television right now. Must be the 20th time I've seen it.
You beat me to it girl Bad Santa in that car scene is all Christmas
It's a wonderful life is the first movie I always think of.
A Christmas Story!! we start watching it on thanksgiving! runners up are It's a Wonderful Life and The Family Man.
A Christmas Story! In the U.S., there's one channel that does a 24-hour marathon of it. I always watch it at least three times during that period.
I have too many!
The givens are Its A Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street (old & new), The Christmas Carol. My daughter and I are addicted to the 25 days of Christmas movies on either Hallmark or one of those fluffy channels I love the cartoons, Rudolph, Frosty, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, etc.
"It's a Wonderful Life," as I believe in the Light and abundance of living with and within gratitude. Jimmy Stewart's character experiences some hard lessons about the absence of gratitude-- and from Potter's character as well.
Joy, giving and love rule our days!
Scrooged with Bill Murray, and then there's Die Hard! But Mickey's Christmas carol good childhood memories
Seriously, it has to be "national lampoon's christmas vacation" we watch it every thanksgiving, my top fav!!!
For me, it's Trading Places with Eddie Murphy and Dan Aykroyd. I'm probably crazy but I watch it every year around Christmas.
I really like "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." I love the island of misfit toys and did you know, bumbles bounce?
A movie that I have seen many times that is about a family who are left alone when there father goes to the war, which has a Christmas theme in it is "Little Women".
This story is about a mother and her daughters who have to fight really hard just to survive after their father has to leave them to go and fight in the war. Their mother does sewing and odd jobs for other families to bring in a few extra pennies, so that she can put food on the table for her and her daughters.They have to be very frugal with their spending and with Christmas coming just around the corner, the daughters are saving every penny they can, so each of them can give each other a present at Christmas. However, even though they are struggling just to survive themselves, regardless of this, they are always thinking of those who are even less fortunate than themselves. I think that this shows the true spirit of Christmas, because when the mother and her daughters learn of a family who are in a very bad situation, the first thing they think about is how they can help them have a better Christmas than the one that they are facing. To do this, they gather all their christmas dinner and even the presents which they have for each other. In some cases these presents were gifts that the girls had made themselves, and without any thoughts of what they are missing out on,they happily take these to the family. As they watch the faces of the children change from one of sadness to joy and excitement, this is the best christmas present that they could ever have. What they have done for this family, shows the tue meaning of christmas spirit to me, the joy of giving to those less fortunate than ourselves and this is why I love this movie so much. BB
It's A Wonderful Life...is a "must see" for me for Christmas.
Bredavies says: "A Christmas Carol"...and I am reminded of the new movie w/ Jim Carrey that just came out about that story...and how well the story has transcended over the years.
Home Alone - I definitely love the parts when Kevin puts on aftershave and when his sister calls him incompetent ("les incompetents)!
Jack Frost, with Michael Keaton. Love, Actually. A Christmas Story. It's A Wonderful Life. In the Bleak Midwinter.
Goldfinger. Sean Connery as James Bond. They used to always show a James Bond movie on British TV on X-mas day.
Home Alone 1, 2 and 3 are my Christmas movies.. well, they kept on looping every year on tele during my Christmas holidays when I was in school. i know all the tricks in the movies, but still funny to watch
Every christmas our 6 grandchildren come for a party on the sunday before Christmas..they have a small tree that they decorate themselves in the dining room then we all watch ''Its a Wonderful Life'' they love it and so do I.
It's A Wonderful Life
A Christmas Carol
The Grinch That Stole Christmas
Miracle On 34th Street
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
I always watch the movie Elf during the holidays. It never gets old no matter how many times I watch it.
Charlie Brown Christmas
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Frosty the Snowman
The Christmas Story
Scrooge...The March of of the Wooden Solders and Chevy Chase xmas Vacation
Every Christmas we watch “A Christmas Carol” starring Alastair Sim – the black and white version, not the colorized version.
I think "It's a wonderful live." It beats them all. It makes me believe into us, people, into our future. It's not just a fairy tale. People like that live among us and are our true unseen heroes. An amazing movie, well made, classy and classic.
''The polar express'' is a good movie with full of Christmass moode.
For me personally I always loved Rudolph, and I love old movies so Holiday Inn and White Christmas are a must. But one a lot of people are not aware of is The Story of Santa Claus. It's a really cool 2 hour animated special about Santa. I found it recently and have grown to love it.
The celebration of the savior who came to save this world and I have the privilege to thanks Him with sharing the joy with my friends and family.
I loved How the Grinch Stole Christmas. It was funny and Jim Carrey was in top form!
Anyone of the ol' school ones with those clay figures moving about without their legs moving. Those were great when i was a kid...and I still love them! "Frosty"-"Rudolph"-"Chris Kringle"!! Those ones! Oh...and which one has the "Snow Miser"...? Ba doom doom - "He's too much!"
I love lots of films at Christmas, Feel good movies which make me want to cry, funny isn't it that 'feel good' movies make you cry. It's a wonderful life, Miracle on 34th Street, Love Actually and perhaps oddly, Shrek.
"A Christmas Story" -- we love watching it with my mom. She gives the color commentary--about the kitchen, the coal furnace. And, she and I both grew up in Indiana, which sorta brings it all home, so to speak. Also love the Charlie Brown Christmas special and the Grinch.
Just a few...
Muppet Christmas Carol
Charlie Brown Christmas
It's a Wonderful Life
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer has always been one of my favorite christmas movies, and I used to watch it every year.
I love the childrens classics, peanuts, rudolph, Santa Claus is a great one... on and on!
Christmas with the kranks
The polar express
and the original willy wonka and the chocolat factory movie
by Brian L. Powell 9 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 Cynthia Calhoun 8 years ago
What are some of the best Christmas-themed movies?
by Kenna McHugh 3 years ago
White Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street, Elf, Home Alone - What holiday movies do you like to watch?
by NiaG 9 years ago
A Christmas Story or It's a Wonderful Life?Or perhaps wherever you're from another Christmas movie was a classic.
by Vanessa Martinez Wilson 9 years ago
I have two movies I always watch during X-mas time. I watch Nightmare Before Christmas on Christmas Eve and Hogfather on Christmas Day while we open presents.What is your holiday movie tradition?
by Money Fairy 8 years ago
The grinch that stole christmas?Charlie Browns Christmas?Rudolf the Red nose Reindeer?Holiday ( with Cameron Diaz)?It's a wonderful life?
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