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Poll Question : So, what's your favourite?
Choice Votes Statistics
The Scrooge (original black & white) 1 1 %
Scrooged (with Bill Murray) 3 4 %
The Grinch (with Jim Carey) 5 6 %
It's a Wonderful Life (with Jimmy Stewart) 10 13 %
Santa Clause (with Tim Allen) 7 9 %
Elf (with Will Farrell) 6 8 %
Jack Frost (with Michael Keaton) 0 0 %
The Holiday (Cameron Diaz, Jude Law, Kate Winslet) 4 5 %
Other - Share 39 52 %

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Guest
Posted: Saturday, December 4, 2010 3:40:32 PM

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Wow ... there are a TON of Christmas movies also.

So, which is your favourite? Do you own it to watch whenever you chose, or, do you wait for it to be shown on TV?

Sadly, the Poll only can do 8 plus others ... so if it is not on this list, please share with us your favourite Christmas movie - and tell us a bit about it!

Van



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A Christmas Story

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No Bad Santa option?

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I picked Bill Murray Scrooged, from sick and demented, incredible cast, and heart warming ending, great. Second would be Home Alone, anyone of them, cracks me up.

Bad Santa, cool too, love the pinball scene and dressing room scene, nice.
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eviotis wrote:
I picked Bill Murray Scrooged, from sick and demented, incredible cast, and heart warming ending, great. Second would be Home Alone, anyone of them, cracks me up.

Bad Santa, cool too, love the pinball scene and dressing room scene, nice.


We just watched Bad Santa last night. I laughed all the way through it. Again.
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Posted: Saturday, December 4, 2010 5:08:24 PM

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The Santa Clause is a tradition in our house, i love that film!
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Great dialog.
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A Christmas Story with It's a Wonderful Life as a very close second.
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What about The Nightmare Before Christmas?
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Posted: Saturday, December 4, 2010 11:42:34 PM

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Vegas Vaction but from the list.... santa clause
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From the list I chose "The Holiday". I could listen to Jude Law talk all day long.

My favourite Christmas movie is Love Actually.
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Magical_felix wrote:
No Bad Santa option?


Yeah I noticed that too ha ha ha pmsl when I watch that film. I love it!!!
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chefkathleen wrote:
eviotis wrote:
I picked Bill Murray Scrooged, from sick and demented, incredible cast, and heart warming ending, great. Second would be Home Alone, anyone of them, cracks me up.

Bad Santa, cool too, love the pinball scene and dressing room scene, nice.


We just watched Bad Santa last night. I laughed all the way through it. Again.


I love it when the girl has sex with him in the car and she screams.... well you know what she say's ha ha ha evil4
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The Muppet Chritmas Carol ha ha 'light the lamp not the rat' hee hee
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with George C Scott playing Scrooge

HoneyBee000, Yeah Muppets is a classic as well Lfunny
evil4 "light the lamp not the rat" a classic evil4
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Love, Actually. It has a several sappy love story grand gestures and gratuitous nudity! Best Christmas movie ever!
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sydnancy wrote:
Love, Actually. It has a several sappy love story grand gestures and gratuitous nudity! Best Christmas movie ever!


I had this one and Bad Santa and a few others on the list, but wasn't sure which to make it to the top 8 cuz, there is only 8 spots!

Thanks for including Love, Actually. It was a great film. I so enjoyed the torturous roles of Alan Rickman and Emma Thompson.

Van
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mizzoubaseball wrote:
What about The Nightmare Before Christmas?


That's one of my favorites too!

1. Nightmare before Christmas
2. How the grinch stole Christmas
3. Bad Santa

In that order pretty much.

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I like them all including the cartoon christmas movies...i know im weird lol


*smiles, hugs, and lollipops*



Sassy
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Home Alone


Brilliant
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I sooo can't get enough of the Santa Clause movies with Tim Allen...They sooo Rock!!

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Bernie Mac was/is another late great.
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Posted: Sunday, December 5, 2010 9:32:18 PM

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That's another one that just cracks me up Jeff. The lovely head wear while watching old home movies in the attic was nice as well.
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My all time favorite has got to be NL Christmas Vacation. Chevy is one funny guy
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A Christmas Story - it's a tradition for my family to sit down and watch it. I never did own a Red Ryder, but I know how Ralphie feels...
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It would have to be White Christmas - Bing Crosby. The harmonies that Bing and Rosemary Clooney create are fantastic!




I am with a few others as well, NL Christmas vacation is a must watch every year. I also make sure to watch The Ref with Dennis Leary and Kevin Spacey, cracks me up every time I watch it!

The night that changed my life, a four part series of a married man lusting after his co-worker

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Posted: Tuesday, December 7, 2010 10:08:09 AM

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From That List Has To Be Scrooge (with Alastair Sim). A True Classic.

But For A Comedy, Home Alone For Sure!!
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I have to go with a classic... It's A Wonderful Life!





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