: Tis the Season: What's your favourite Christmas Movie?
Tis the season, so what's your favourite Christmas movie.
For the classics, mine would be the 1954? version of Christmas Carol with Alistair Sims.
More modern, maybe Elf although I do like Die Hard and Gremlins which both take place at Christmas time!
2005-12-08, 05:40 PM
The original "It's a wonderful life"
2005-12-08, 05:42 PM
Christmas Vacation or Charlie Brown Christmas (not a movie but holiday staple!)
2005-12-08, 05:43 PM
C'mon. It takes place at Christmas . . . IT SHOULD COUNT! :)
2005-12-08, 05:46 PM
A Christmas Story (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0085334/). I'm hoping it'll be on in HD before Christmas but haven't seen it listed yet.
2005-12-08, 05:47 PM
Christmas Vacation and Die Hard.
2005-12-08, 05:52 PM
Griswold Christmas Vacation!!!
You can never go wrong with Scrooged.
Cross: n. The thing they nail people to.
2005-12-08, 07:01 PM
Agreed. I vote for Scrooged. Best darn Christmas movie EVER.
2005-12-08, 10:01 PM
I also vote for Scrooged. Christmas Vacation is a close second.
2005-12-09, 12:35 AM
Out of these choices, it's Elf. Overall, I loved the Jim Carrey Grinch. A Christmas Story is very very funny. Polar Express is also good.
I also like to tune in to Leary singing "I'm an A$$hole" on MuchMoreRetro.
OK, I'm twisted and I admit it.
Bad Santa... Billy Bob makes me howl! I also love X-mas Vacation... watch it every year.
2005-12-09, 09:40 AM
Christmas vacation and both cartoon and Jim Carrey Grinch movies.
2005-12-09, 10:04 AM
The made-in-Canada "Christmas Story", did you know you can buy action figures?
2nd is National Lampoons, Ref is very good too!
2005-12-09, 10:15 AM
It's a Wonderful Life
2005-12-09, 12:52 PM
Its a Wonderful Life is a classic in my books, same with Holiday Inn.
Home Alone is also a great Christmas movie. The first one was excellent.
2005-12-09, 07:51 PM
"You'll shoot your eye out"
Got to be a A Christmas Story.....the Asian waiters at the end singing Jingle Bells is priceless!
2005-12-10, 09:08 PM
Christmas Story for sure but you haven't listed SCROOGE, the musical with Albert Finney and Alec Guinness as the ghost of Marley. Just got it on DVD.
"Thank you very much!..."
I like the old musicals and what would Christmas be without a "White Christmas"?