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  1. Lisaklare at 12:02 pm

    Originally posted December 25, 2011.
    I just love “The Bishop’s Wife” with CAry Grant, Loretta Young and David Niven. A classic because Cary Grant is indeed the perfect angel!

  2. Ann at 12:05 pm

    Originally posted December 23, 2011.
    Your poll got me interested in other blog lists of top-grossing Christmas movies, so I Goggled a bunch. Lots of disagreement among these lists, and most were 3-years old . . . but interesting. I liked this one because of the trailers: http://www.stuff.co.nz/enterta
    Then I got interested in the big bunch of films opening between this week and next, so I checked http://www.rottentomatoes.com/. Can’t wait to see War Horse and Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Happy Movie Watching!

  3. Nouveauphoteau at 12:06 pm

    Originally posted December 22, 2011.
    While I love A Christmas Story and It’s a Wonderful Life my favorite is a little-known gem entitled Amahl and the Night Visitors. I have the CD soundtrack and the video on both VHS and DVD. It was first broadcast on live TV in 1951 and is a fabulous telling of a story that encapsulates the true meaning of Christmas. Plus, you forgot White Christmas.

  4. Mark Weber
    Mark Weber at 12:07 pm

    Originally posted December 22, 2011.
    A Muppet Christmas Carol! You have everything in that movie! Humor, singing, animation and best of all . . . a wonderful message. That said, I still watch the 24 hours of A Christmas Story. The “Old Man” reminds me of my dad.

  5. Phil at 12:10 pm

    Originally posted December 22, 2011.
    It’s a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Story I have to watch every year. Every time a bell rings an angel gets it’s wings. Your going to shoot your eye out…

  6. Jimmy at 12:12 pm

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    “The Muppet Christmas Carol” Yes, I know I’m probably the only one voting for this one. But it’s my favorite.

  7. Jimmy Stewart at 12:15 pm

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    The Polar Express is pretty awesome. I saw it originally at the IMax in 3D. It was a digital movie shown via a digital projector. It doesn’t get any better then that!! “It’s a Wonderful Life” is also great as an older classic.

  8. SwankPhotoStacy at 12:17 pm

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    While I LOVE A Christmas Story and It’s a Wondeful Life, ELF really brings home much needed humor at this time of year. I love smiling. Smiling’s my favorite!

  9. Heather at 12:20 pm

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    My favorite movie is White Christmas. I watch it several times during the season. 🙂

  10. Carolyn Ann Ryan at 12:20 pm

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    White Christmas (the original with Bing Crosby) and Christmas in Connecticut are my two favorites. I love the classics.

  11. Ann at 6:41 am

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    White Christmas is my favorite! I’ve lost track of how many times I’ve seen it. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!

  12. Rob at 6:41 am

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    I’m a “Christmas Vacation” fan. Something about pumping out the contents of your motor home’s toilet into the city storm sewer just says “Happy Holidays”.

  13. Scooby Doo Ron Ron at 6:42 am

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    I’m sorry, everyone… The original “A Muppet Family Christmas” is the way to go! You can’t deny it… It’s so good, your family would eat you up! Wocka Wocka!

  14. Bruce at 6:44 am

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    Christmas Story-hands down the best Christmas movie. Even after seeing it umpteen times still so many LOL moments.

  15. Max at 6:45 am

    Originally posted December 21, 2011.
    “How the grinch stole Christmas” with Jim Carey is one of my favorites. “are you having a holly, jolly Christmas?”

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