Tuesday, December 02, 2008

I Love Me Some Christmas Movies!

I watched the Miracle on 34th Street last night to get me in the Christmas mood. I love me some Miracle. Then I watched the Hollywood Backstory on it... Did you know it won three Oscars? and they released it in June and the trailers didn't mention that it was a Christmas movie? And it ran longer than any other movie until that time... over six months, all the way till Christmas? Like I said, I love me some Miracle. When Santa sings with that little Dutch girl...chokes me up every time.

I have a Christmas story in mind... not sure whether it's a whole book or a novella. Maybe I'll actually work on it someday when I get time.

So I am looking forward to the Christmas season... and more Christmas movies like The Santa Clause, It's a Wonderful Life, The Little Drummer Boy, Santa Clause is Coming to Town, Nester the Christmas Donkey, Love Actually, and soooo many others. It's the one time of year I actually get sentimental.

So what are your favorite holiday movies?

8 comments:

Jessica Burkhart said...

I love the original Grinch and Charlie Brown. :)

Bonnie Ferguson said...

It's A Wonderful Life :)

PJ Hoover said...

Jingle all the Way with Arnold and Sinbad. Priceless.

Lexi said...

Grinch, It's a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Carol (pretty much ANY version), A Holiday Affair (Lifetime remake), Three Days, The Holiday.

I always get TONS of ideas for Christmas stories around this time of the year. So many stories, so little time....

stephhale said...

One of my favorites is The Family Stone.

Jingle All the Way is a fam fav and you can't forget Christmas Vacation.

Christmas just isn't Christmas without Clark Griswold.

keri mikulski :) said...

CHRISTMAS CAROL. Although, right now I'm watching the Elmo and Barbie versions. :)

TerriClark said...

A Christmas Story! Nothing beats the pink bunny suit and leg lamp.

Linda Sherwood said...

Do I have to choose just one?

The Christmas Movie
Grinch (original)
Charlie Brown
It's a Wonderful Life
Miracle on 34th Street
and the one with Chevy Chase