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My Favorite Christmas Movies


Tuesday, December 15, 2015

I love Christmas time and it is no secret. I waited patiently to watch Christmas movies until the day after Thanksgiving. Then it was all I have wanted to watch, other than a few favorites (Fargo, The Affair and Modern Family).

So I am here today to share my favorite Christmas movies, in no particulate order.

One. A Christmas Story
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I have loved this movie since the first time I saw it in grade school. I look forward to watching it over and over again on Christmas Eve/Christmas. From the pink bunny to santa pushing Ralphie down the slide with his boot, I can't get enough of it. I literally watch it over and over again on TBS for 24 hours straight. I am sure my husband loves this.

Two. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation.
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This is a classic. Rory and I always reenact the part where Chevy Chase dips his cup in the bowl and takes a drink and says, "It's good, it's good". From the racoon in the tree to chopping down the biggest Christmas tree ever, this is a classic in our house.

Three. Four Christmases.
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We actually watched this movie over the weekend. It is really funny. From getting spit up on to the niece carrying the pregnancy test in her mouth, this is a movie full of laugh and is very lighthearted.

Four. Home Alone.
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Another classic that I haven't gotten to watch this year. This is still a favorite of mine. I even liked the second one. From tar on the boots to "Keep the change you filthy animal", this is a movie I can't wait to show my girls when they get older.

Five. Nightmare Before Christmas.
 
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This is a Christmas movie, not a Halloween movie. Though I probably watch it during both seasons/holidays. This is another classic. Jack the Pumpkin King tries to become Santa, but fails. I love the songs and the cartoonish feel.

Six. Elf.
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A Will Ferrel movie I actually like (ok there are a few of them). This movie is so cute and brings out the inner child in anyone. I love Buddy's sweetness and how he annoys his "real father". 

Did I forget any? I could seriously watch ALMOST any Christmas movies. I especially love the Hallmark cheesy ones. In fact, I have three saved on my DVR that I know my husband is just dying to watch (not).

8 comments:

  1. Such great choices...I think Elf is on my viewing list for tonight!

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    1. I want to watch it tonight too! Heck, I want to watch Christmas movies every night. I watched two cheesy Hallmark ones last night since my husband was on a business trip.

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  2. I love A Christmas Story too! I think we're going to watch Christmas Vacation this week and I am sooo excited. I totally forgot to put Nightmare Before Christmas on my list! I used to watch that allll the time when I was little. Like, probably year round!

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    1. I hope Christmas Vacation is on tv this week because I am dying to watch it. We don't own it, not sure why, but I need those laughs this week.

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  3. Elf!!! Love it and can't wait to watch it with my sister. We know all the words. :)

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    1. Haha, I haven't seen it THAT many times, but I can recite some of it. So good.

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