Monday, November 30, 2009

Christmas time means Christmas movies, with 25 days 
(25 DAYS OMG!)
until Christmas every night is movie night!
Christmas is all about lists, so here's a list of my families
  TOP 10 all time favorite Christmas movies!


Christmas Story

Elf

The Grinch

Miracle on 34th Street

Home Alone

Charlie Brown Christmas

It's a Wonderful Life

Christmas Carol

Christmas Vacation

The Santa Clause




What about you, did I miss your favorite? 
P.S. Why does my Christmas count down widget say 24 days??


27 comments:

Lee the Hot Flash Queen said...

I love Christmas movies but I hate Christmas tunes...

Debra said...

I enjoy all of the Christmas movies here! I also like The Holiday. 25 days!!! Ouch!

honeypiehorse said...

I like Rudolph and Year without a Santa Claus and Santa Claus is Coming to Town. Yes they are kids movies. And???

Coffee with Cathy said...

This is my list exactly! How did you know?

Ina in Alaska said...

have you seen Love Actually? That is a lovely movie too at any time of the year.... Oh and the classic of all White Christmas with Bing & Rosemary.... and there is another (old) movie with Cary Grant and David Niven where Cary Grant is an angel, I forget the name. Wonderful movie....I like your list as well! xoxo

Menopausal New Mom said...

I love Christmas Vacation and of course, anything with Charlie Brown!

Ann said...

My favorite is Muppets Christmas Carol! But they're all great - so happy my kids are big enough to start watching some of these instead of the Elmo Holiday special!

Alix said...

CHRISTMAS VACATION!!! Yes!!!!

Andrea said...

Charlie Brown Christmas has always been my favorite.
Blessings, andrea

beth said...

we love ELF.....

and also, the holiday and love acutally

angie said...

Has the new Scrooge movie been released in Germany yet? I just saw it this week......might make your list next year. :)

I've appreciated your comments on my blog so much but haven't had the proper time to browse around your blog like I'd like. So I am going to now. Don't be alarmed by the long visit.

I'm a nice stalker. :)

I have things to find out.

Like: Are you friends with Pooba in real life?

What do I need to do to get an invitation to visit you in Deutschland? Did I even spell that correctly?

And lastly, how did I miss the fact that you arrived in Germany via SLC on my last visits? I'm alarmed by that fact. :)

lytha said...

my man had the opportunity to see the classic, a christmas story, a couple years ago. i think he understands why it is a classic. and why i am quoting it all year long: )

but this christmas i said "you know that christmas movie we saw, they always play it on christmas day??"

and he said, "the 24 hours of burning fireplace show?"

"no!" hehehehhehe (but i love that yule log "show": ). maybe you should add that to your list, hehe)

~lytha
p.s. sadly he did not like raising arizona at all, my fave comedy, cuz he didn't like how the humor often endangered a baby. hm. oh well, he liked princess bride!

Beth said...

We have almost all of those movies, so when you arrive let me know and I can have them at mom and dads waiting if you want to watch them. See ya soon.

Deidra said...

Elf is my favorite. Hands down. "I'm in love, I'm in love and I don't care who knows it!" I could go on and on...

Traci said...

I love, Love, LOVE Christmas Story, Miracle on 34th Street, Home Alone, Charlie Brown Christmas, It's A Wonderful Life,and Christmas Vacation.

I am aso a huge sucker for the Christmas Carol, especially the old B & W with Alistair Sim. Every year, I take the ride of Scrooge's redemption. Also, as a comedy, I adore the Ref starring Dennis Leary, Judy Davis, and Kevin Spacey!
:-)

lemonologie said...

These are all standards! It's wonderful way to get in the mood for the Christmas season!

Thanks for visiting me on my SITS day!

Shady Lady said...

Man the year flew by! How did it happen?! I love the Christmas show with Heat Miser and Snow Miser.

Unknown Mami said...

Elf was an instant classic.

K said...

I love Christmas movies.

We're big fans of Elf in this house.

Laura @ the shorehouse. said...

OMG is right! I am in big, big trouble. Though I did most of my shopping during the year (I only have a few gifts to buy) so I'm done with that. Now if only my Halloween (yes; Halloween!) decorations would be put away and Santa would send his elves to clean my house and empty old files that seem to be taking me weeks to clean out...then we'd be talking. :-)

I'm a Christmas Story/Christmas Vacation kinda gal...and if I alternated between watching the two every day between now and Christmas, that would be fine by me. I may also need a little Rudolf...since I'm prone to call my co-workers The Misfit Toys (Shh! Don't tell. ;-)

Beth Dunn said...

Love all of those! Just throw in Family Man for me. xoxo

SC

Matty said...

My favorite is Christmas Story. I can watch it over and over. It's very nostalgic. Of course, the others are good too.

Grand Pooba said...

Christmas Story and Elf are on the top of my list too!

Fifi Flowers said...

Oooh there are sooooo many FAB Christmas movies!!! FAB time of the year for movies and MUSIC!!!

Joanna Jenkins said...

"White Christmas"! I watch it at least once every year.

Glad to see you're in the holiday spirit!

xo

blueviolet said...

I also love Christmas in Connecticut!

Life Laugh Latte said...

I was just thinking I need to TIVO all of the Christmas movies today to have them ready throughout the month when we have time to watch. Love all of the ones you mentioned too. Holly