Favorite Christmas Movie (Poll)

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Favorite Christmas Movie

A Christmas Story
It's A Wonderful Life
No votes
Miracle on 34th Street
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Die Hard
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Home Alone 1 & 2
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Merry Christmas! What is your favorite Christmas movie?

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All the best ones are left out of the poll, lol.

Love Actually
Batman Returns
Edward Sissorhands
Iron Man Three
The Nightmare Before Christmas

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where is eyes wide shut?

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A Christmas Carol (1984) and it's not even close. George C Scott does wonders in that film and the entire production gets across the spirit of Christmas so present in the source material.
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The appartment and The shop around the corner are also two masterpieces. But It's a wonderful life will always be the best christmas movie.
Also Edward Scissorhands is probably my favourite Burton.

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Muppet Christmas Carol
It's A Wonderful Life
Olive the Other Reindeer
Miracle on 34th Street

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It's a Wonderful Life,
Christmas Vacation,
How the Grinch Stole Christmas,
Home Alone 1&2,
The Nightmare Before Christmas,
Love Actually,
A Christmas Carol (2009)
Miracle on 34th Street

And then there are the films set around Christmas:
Die Hard 1&2 (2 is underrated!), Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Edward Scissorhands, Prometheus, Trading Places, Lethal Weapon, Eyes Wide Shut, Gremlins, Krampus, Black Christmas (the original, obviously)

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Eyes Wide Shut


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Do people who vote for A Christmas Story deserve rights?

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Watched It's A Wonderful Life for the first time this christmas. Beautiful movie, but I doubt it'll be a tradition. It's not the same when you haven't grown up with them.

My longest running tradition is probably watching the Harry Potter series, even though they aren't really Christmas movies

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