I know it's early but I am curious. What Christmas movie do you just have to watch every year? I have 3 myself that I can't get through Christmas without. Scrooge with Alastair Sim It's a wonderful life Christmas vacation.
Too many out there to decide. For me, it largely depends on my mood. If I want something bubbly I’d say White Christmas. If I’m feeling adventurous then Scrooge by Alister Sim. In other words I have many or none.....
“Gentlemen... you may smoke,” King Edward VII on his Coronation.
It's never too early. I have been tempted to turn on the forum snow and put the decorations up, but I'll wait till Thanksgiving is over.
It's a Wonderful Life White Christmas Holiday Inn Bishops Wife Christmas Story
"People are not made better by a briar. An idiot before smoking a pipe is still an idiot after smoking a pipe, they're just more likely to speak less drivel with something in their mouth. For that, all society should be grateful."
In our house we have a line up that we go through every December. Between my wife and four kids,I don't get much say, but I don't complain I enjoy their picks. We do: Santa Clause 1,2 and 3 The first three Home Alones Elf And all the Die Hards. As well as one of my favorites The Flintstones Christmas Carol.
Post by Cramptholomew on Nov 23, 2020 19:44:32 GMT -5
It Happened on 5th Avenue (fantastic) The Shop Around the Corner Remember the Night Scrooge (1970, Albert Finney) White Christmas Holiday Affair
ETA: Christmas in Connecticut
Elf is good. A Christmas Story is good, I've just seen it half a million times. Holiday Inn is good, but not as good as White Christmas (the entrance of General Waverly always gets me in the feels). It's a Wonderful Life is good, Mr. Potter just pisses me off to no end.