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Top Christmas films?
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I'd go... Home Alone, Die Hard, Miracle on 34th Street. 

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RE: Top Christmas films?

Nightmare Before Christmas, Bad Santa, Home Alone, The Grinch, Its A Wonderful Life, Die Hard 1 and 2 Smile

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RE: Top Christmas films?

It's a Wonderful Life

Trading Places

Die Hard

The Snowman

Love Actually 

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Bell Book and Candle starring Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak.   It's magic!

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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation.

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National Lampoon and Bad Santa = good shouts 

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RE: Top Christmas films?

It's A Wonderful Life ... which can now be watched in colour.

The Bishops Wife : The Old one 1947... the remake was pants.

Home Alone

White Christmas (1954)

Holiday Inn (1942)

Christmas In Connecticut (1945)

Miracle On 34th Street (1947)  ... again the remake was found wanting.

Scrooge  (with Alastair Sim ..1951)

Elf

Bad Santa

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Meet Me In St Louis

 

 

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RE: Top Christmas films?

Alantiggger wrote:

It's A Wonderful Life ... which can now be watched in colour.

Colorized black-and-white classic films??!! :eek:

No, no, nooooo! :shame:

 

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So wrong!

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6th.replicant wrote:

Alantiggger wrote:

It's A Wonderful Life ... which can now be watched in colour.

Colorized black-and-white classic films??!! :eek:

No, no, nooooo! :shame:

 

Indeed... was just saying was all... B&W is far better.

 

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Bernard and the Genie is the greatest Christmas film ever made. Even the pickles are nice!

 

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RE: Top Christmas films?

Gremlins - lots of snowy scenes.  Leaves me with a really Christmassy feeling.

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edit - double entry - not sure why!

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I'm not sure why you'd add Double Entry to the list either! Not seen it myself... Smile

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Xanderzdad wrote:

edit - double entry - not sure why!

gremlins in the system...

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