Monday, November 28, 2011

Monday Movie Blog - 3 Favorite Christmas Movies

Welcome to the Monday Movie Blog on Chief 187™Chatter. Although I typically don’t get to watch a lot of movies throughout the year, I always make a point to view a ton of my

favorite holiday movies during the Christmas season. From It’s a Wonderful Life to A Christmas Carol, Miracle on 34th Street to Love, Actually there are so many titles, versions, and types of Christmas movies I like to delve. I enjoy the escapism, the moral, and the feel-good endings that annually solidify the faith I have in Santa Claus and Christmas goodness. Christmas can be sweet, cute, and childlike, but it can also be tender, bittersweet, and romantic. I like all aspects of the holiday as told via Hollywood (except for horror films and those with tragically sad endings!).

This week’s focus is your three favorite Christmas movies throughout the ages. List the name of the movie and include a list of actors involved, a brief synopsis or review of the film.

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  1. Muppet Christmas Carol
    Charlie Brown Christmas

  2. Muppet Christmas Carol (i've already seen it twice since thanksgiving dinner)

    Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown!

    I don't have a 3rd really. I like White Christmas & Polar Express. There are several classics that I have never seen...

  3. Any version of Dickens Christmas Carol (we should all be scrooge changing our hearts for the better)then Merry Christmas Charlie Brown! followed by Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer...que seasonal music & MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY!

  4. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation

    A Charlie Brown Christmas

    A Christmas Story......You'll poke your eye out kid......=)

  5. I love both Miracle on 34th St, old and new versions, for some reason I also like watching How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! It does bring back that nostalgia of when I was a child, when things were simple and wholesome! I enjoyed reading your lists! Happy Holidays! Lisa