Music/Movie Monday: My Top Ten Must See Christmas Movie List (Part 2)
During Thanksgiving break I was able to watch quite a few Christmas movies, including many on my favorites list! In part one I listed the first five of my top ten Christmas movies. Here are the next five:
I LO V E this movie! I remember going to see Elf when it first came out. I'm not really a Will Ferrell fan, so I had low expectations. I was pleasantly surprised. I mean, who couldn't love someone that eats their spaghetti with syrup and decorates the house with snow flakes?
The Nativity Story
My favorite part of this movie is the portrayal of the Jewish marriage traditions. What a great picture of Jesus and the Church!
The Santa Clause
I've seen all of these movies, but the first one is my favorite. Little Charlie is just adorable.
Miracle on 34th Street
Another one of those cutsie romantic movies...I have seen the movie done in 1947, but my favorite is the movie done in 1994 staring Dylan McDermott and Elizabeth Perkins.
I've saved my most favorite movie for last. This movie is a classic and makes me laugh every time I watch it.
A Christmas Story
Now, I know there are many who don't see this movie as a classic. And, that's ok. Here's the list on why I love this movie:
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A tongue and a pole
Deck the halls with bows of horry...fa ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra
You'll shoot your eye out!
Be sure to drink or Oveltine
Well, this wraps up my top ten Christmas movies. What are some of your favorite?