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December 21, 2020

Holiday Movie Favorites

We are all nestled in our homes enjoying the holiday sights, smells, and sounds.   Holiday decorations are glistening by the fire, the smell of Christmas cookies coming out of the oven, and, of course, it’s not the holidays without holiday movies!  

There’s something magical about cuddling up by the fire and watching holiday movies.   For a lot of us, it brings back memories of watching with parents, siblings, or children while anxiously awaiting the arrival of Santa.   If you like traditional and heartwarming classics or legendary films like Home Alone, here is a little glimpse of cinematic history.   Twenty of our favorite movies ever for this time of the year and a few keywords to jog that memory.   

A Christmas Story (1983) – Red Ryder BB Gun, leg lamp, and tongue stuck on pole

The Santa Claus (1984) – Santa transformation, Tim Allen

Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) – Sam the Snowman, reindeer games, that nose

A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) – Aluminum tree, Gospel of Luke, ice skating, Snoopy’s decorated dog house

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989) – Dysfunctional family vacation

Elf (2003) North Pole, Papa elf, syrup

The Holiday (2006) – Cozy English cottages, Christmas in L.A., Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz

Miracle on 34th Street (1947 & 1994) Cole’s Department Store, Kris Kringle

It’s a Wonderful Life (1946) – Bedford Falls, Clarence the guardian angel, and Christmas Eve

Christmas in Connecticut (1945) – Food writer, heroic sailor

Home Alone ( 1990) – Paris, burglars, cheese pizza, Harry & Marv

Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966 &2000) – Whoville, Cindy Lou Who, Max, change of heart

Love Actually (2003) – Doorstep, Hugh Grant, romantic

The Night Before Christmas (1993) – stop motion animation, Tim Burto, Sally, spooky

A Christmas Carol (2009) – Jim Carrey, Scrooge, Ghost of Christmas past

The Family Stone (2005) New England, Diane Keaton, unconventional families

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) – Judy Garland, musical, snowman, trolley, Technicolor

The Polar Express (2004) – Tom Hanks, magical train, Christmas spirit

Christmas with the Kranks (2004) – Jamie Lee Curtis, Tim Allen, sun tan, avoid Christmas

White Christmas (1954) – song and dance team, Vermont, The General, SNOW

These favorites have been watched over and over and some seem to get better every year.   Sit back, relax and enjoy the season.  

HO  HO  HO

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