Blogmas 2017

Blogmas: Must-Watch Christmas Movies!

It’s December, it’s almost Christmas, it’s cold enough to cuddle with blankets, so you best believe that I will be watching my Christmas movies with pleasure!

So grab your own blanket, slip on those fuzzy socks, pop the corn, and take a seat with me.

5. 1970s Santa Claus is Coming to Town (Yea the animation can be a little unsettling at times, but it is a classic and it automatically transports me to my childhood)

 

4. 2003 ELF  (I’m not always a fan of Will Ferrell, but he nailed this role!)

3. 1990 Home Alone (Yes, he is a total brat in the beginning, but you gotta love his ingenious booby-traps and the humor).

2. 2000 How the Grinch Stole Christmas (I swear this is one of Jim Carrey’s finest roles! Plus, you have to enjoy the humor snuck in there just for the adults)

1. 1994 The Santa Clause with Tim Allen 

By far, this is the best Christmas movie. It deals with real life issues like divorce, it has holiday joy, it has snarky sarcasm, and it leaves me with a happy feeling inside.

26 thoughts on “Blogmas: Must-Watch Christmas Movies!”

  1. Great post, Kayla Ann. My favorite Christmas movies are the cartoon ones from the 1900s, like the one about a little boy going to Antarctica to deliver his dad a Christmas tree, and the one about a dog who received puppies for Christmas.

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  2. Call me old fashioned but I prefer White Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street, and the original animated classics… How The Grinch Stole Christmas, The Little Drummer Boy (of course 😃), Frosty The Snowman and Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer. I watched these when I was away from home and family for the first time at Christmas when I was in the USAF Officer Training School in San Antonio in 1966. 😃💛

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