Best Christmas Movie ever

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Whats your favourite Christmas Movie ?

Scrooge With Alec Guinness and Albert Finney is the definitive christmas movie
 

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Oooooh oddly enough my favourite christmas movie is on bbc1 tonight, that being Scrooged with Bill Murray, it's on really late though I don't know why they put it on so late it's a great and very funny movie.
 

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Just did an IMDB search for 'Christmas' movies - it's not a very inspiring list, so I'm going for "Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence", although it's not particularly Christmas-y.

More in the spirit, the original Miracle on 34th Street is a also pretty good movie.
 

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'It's a wonderful life' with James Stewart is a firm favourite at Chez SoWat.
 

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Stimpy said:
Oooooh oddly enough my favourite christmas movie is on bbc1 tonight, that being Scrooged with Bill Murray, it's on really late though I don't know why they put it on so late it's a great and very funny movie.
Now that is an enjoyable film, but BBC has put it on rahter late sadly.
 

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SoWat said:
'It's a wonderful life' with James Stewart is a firm favourite at Chez SoWat.
I concur. Wonderful film, not too long, and a timeless message that will make anybody smile.


Its funny though, on tv, when someone is about to put 6 inches of cold blue steel down their throat, that film is always on their TV!
 

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muppets christmas carol, even with Michael Caine's singing.....

classic.
 

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yaruar said:
muppets christmas carol, even with Michael Caine's singing.....

classic.
*shudders* dont even go there

When I was younger I used to be absolutely s*it scared of the muppets. Used to run crying if Animal appeared heh.
 

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Gotta go with its a wonderful life too...Although scrooged is rather good :)
 

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Afx said:
Gotta go with its a wonderful life too...Although scrooged is rather good :)
Yep "Its a Wonderful Life" does it for me too, followed by "Miracle on 34th Street"
 

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Aye its gotta be National Lampoons, followed closely by Home Alone 1 & 2

Shit did I just say that?
 

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Stimpy said:
Oooooh oddly enough my favourite christmas movie is on bbc1 tonight, that being Scrooged with Bill Murray, it's on really late though I don't know why they put it on so late it's a great and very funny movie.

Yeah great film, pity i'm up for work at 5am, usually watch it every Christmas too :(
 

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The Snowman - That animated thingy with Aled Jones singing ;)
 

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yaruar said:
muppets christmas carol, even with Michael Caine's singing.....

classic.
I love that film, and the muppets :)

Animul is a sexy beast.
 

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Die Hard.




Closely followed by.................





Die Hard 2.
 

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Actually, I forgot to remember Elf, its hilarious
 

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GDW said:
Actually, I forgot to remember Elf, its hilarious
Isn't 'forgetting to remember' something essentially the same as forgetting something? :)
 

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Jonaldo said:
Isn't 'forgetting to remember' something essentially the same as forgetting something? :)
absolutely

..next
 

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A Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street for me also although A Christmas Carol / Scrooged and not Christmassy but Peter Pan - the Disney cartoon (my dad used to get me up on Christmas Eve to watch this).
 

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Hmm, hard to pick a favorite xmas movie but I would have to go for Scrooged.
 
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Its a wonderful life. Last 5 minutes is a killer though.

The Great Escape, the last five minutes is a killer, at least for Steve McQueen.
 

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