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#1 Edited by I_Stay_Puft (3444 posts) -

Alright guys lets talk about some of your favorite holiday films that are a must to watch around this time. My top 10 that I'll probably get to watching sometime this month includes

  1. Die Hard I
  2. Die Hard II
  3. National Lampoon Christmas Vacation
  4. Jingle All the Way
  5. Home Alone I
  6. Nightmare Before Christmas
  7. Gremlins
  8. Christmas Story
  9. Bad Santa
  10. Elf

Along with that while combing through Amazon for Christmas flicks I came upon a bunch of holiday dog films? Has Matt Rorie secretly amassed a Christmas canine production empire?

Just some of the Christmas dog films I found on Amazon Instant Streams. That Scoot and Kassie's Christmas Adventures looks kinda interesting cause it stars Luke Perry from 90210 fame.

#2 Posted by GunstarRed (5211 posts) -

Lethal Weapon.

#3 Edited by Yummylee (21754 posts) -

#4 Posted by razkazz (169 posts) -

Props for mentioning Jingle All The Way. That's my family's go-to favorite and it doesn't seem to get much love compared to the bigger ones.

#5 Posted by Colourful_Hippie (4367 posts) -

Iron Man 3?

#6 Edited by e30bmw (356 posts) -

I think Christmas Vacation is the only actual (not stuff like Die Hard) Christmas movie that I like.

#7 Edited by ILikePopCans (755 posts) -

#8 Posted by TheManWithNoPlan (5589 posts) -

I like to watch Planes Trains and Automobiles somewhere between Thanksgiving and Christmas every year.

#9 Edited by Strife777 (1590 posts) -

I was coming in to say Die Hard, but I guess you got it covered. Bye bye.

#10 Edited by Yummylee (21754 posts) -

Also, Scrooged.

#11 Posted by Thoseposers (786 posts) -

Home Alone 2 because it's better than the first

#12 Posted by Broomhitches (173 posts) -

I'm surprised no one has mentioned The Year Without a Santa Clause.

#13 Posted by DeadpanCakes (925 posts) -

@razkazz said:

Props for mentioning Jingle All The Way. That's my family's go-to favorite and it doesn't seem to get much love compared to the bigger ones.

Oh shit, is that the one with Turbo Man? My brother and I make waaay too many references to that movie for either of us not really remembering too much about it.

#14 Posted by Killerfridge (309 posts) -

Jingle All the Way. I watch it every year.

I wish I was kidding.

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#15 Posted by Bane122 (793 posts) -

To cover a couple that have yet to be mentioned: Love Actually and Batman Returns.

#16 Posted by CreepingDeath0 (176 posts) -

Jack Frost. This one

A perfect family christmas film!

#17 Posted by Butano (1740 posts) -

Mickey's Christmas Carol, y'know, with Scrooge McDuck as Scrooge, Goofy as Marley, Mickey as Bob Cratchit, etc. etc.

#18 Edited by briangodsoe (487 posts) -

The Long Kiss Goodnight, It's a Wonderful Life, Muppet Christmas Carol, Santa Clause Conquers The Martians(with or without MST3K), Rare Exports, and Black Christmas(Original and remake) to cover a few that haven't been added yet. The Black Christmas remake was kind of forgotten, as most horror remakes are, but it was pretty fun. One dude gets impaled on a Christmas tree.

Also didn't Let the Right One In take place at Christmas or was that just winter in general?

#19 Edited by I_Stay_Puft (3444 posts) -

@creepingdeath0:

Think this version might just be more fucked up then the horror film.

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#21 Posted by HatKing (5973 posts) -

Did anybody say Black Christmas? Black Christmas.

#22 Posted by Stonyman65 (2725 posts) -

Santa's Slay. Goldberg is a BOSS! Seriously, this movie is awesome.

#23 Posted by MightyDuck (1522 posts) -

Every year on Black Friday, my family gets together and does nothing but watch Chrismas Movies. This year we got through quite a few before calling it a day.

  1. Christmas Vacation (always starts the festivities)
  2. A Christmas Story
  3. Charlie Brown Christmas
  4. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
  5. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Christmas
  6. Miracle on 34th Street (1947 version...the correct version, if you ask me!)
#24 Posted by Mechanical_Ape (251 posts) -

While it's not exactly a movie, I do have a tradition of watching Blackadder's Christmas Carol each year.

#25 Posted by Breadfan (6590 posts) -

Goodfellas. You know, that Christmas part in it.

#26 Posted by I_Stay_Puft (3444 posts) -

@breadfan said:

Goodfellas. You know, that Christmas part in it.

The part where Robert De Niro slowly kills all his associates?

#27 Posted by OneKillWonder_ (1756 posts) -

Good on you for having Die Hard at the top of your list! Definitely the quintessential Christmas film. That, Home Alone, and Bad Santa are my favorites.

#28 Posted by ArtisanBreads (3861 posts) -

Used to love this as a kid.

I also like watching Jingle All the Way (SUE ME!) and the new Grinch is a funny movie. Die Hard though, as always, is the Christmas movie to watch.

#29 Edited by StarvingGamer (8283 posts) -

Iron Man 3

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#31 Posted by Sparky_Buzzsaw (6229 posts) -

Since someone already recommended Santa's Slay, I'll add Santa with Muscles to the mix.

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#32 Edited by ESREVER (2693 posts) -

Christmas Vacation is a family tradition of mine after we're done with Thanksgiving Dinner.

#33 Posted by Monkeyman04 (1140 posts) -
#34 Edited by tsutohiro (364 posts) -

10. Jingle All The Way

9. How the Grinch Stole Christmas

8. Lethal Weapon

7. Muppets Christmas Carol

6. A Charlie Brown Christmas

5. Scrooged

4. Home Alone

3. Trading Places

2. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

1. Christmas Story

Edit: Its also the order I'd watch them in.

#35 Posted by Ravelle (1294 posts) -

The only film you need to watch every year is Ground Hog Day.

#36 Posted by Hunter5024 (5702 posts) -

Die Hard for me.

#37 Posted by CornBREDX (5361 posts) -

Good list. Also, The Ref.

Because... Denis Leary.

#38 Posted by I_Stay_Puft (3444 posts) -

10. Jingle All The Way

9. How the Grinch Stole Christmas

8. Lethal Weapon

7. Muppets Christmas Carol

6. A Charlie Brown Christmas

5. Scrooged

4. Home Alone

3. Trading Places

2. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

1. Christmas Story

Edit: Its also the order I'd watch them in.

Which Grinch movie? The original was great the Jim Carrey one not so great.

#39 Edited by beepmachine (618 posts) -

All I need. Look at those loveable goofballs!

#40 Posted by Tom_omb (402 posts) -
#41 Posted by tsutohiro (364 posts) -

@i_stay_puft: The only Grinch movie is the original '66 "How the Grinch Stole Christmas".

Fuck Jim Carrey, he was only good when he was funny.

#42 Posted by I_Stay_Puft (3444 posts) -

@bane122 said:

To cover a couple that have yet to be mentioned: Love Actually and Batman Returns.

Oh man cause you mentioned it and it was on netflix I gave "Love Actually" a try. That was a pretty corny movie... though it pays off with Alan Rickman "Hans Gruber" voice and a young Andrew Lincoln before he got all Walking Dead.

#43 Edited by SpaceInsomniac (3755 posts) -

@cornbredx said:

Good list. Also, The Ref.

Because... Denis Leary.

Denis Leary is a whining maggot. Oh, am I not the first person to use that phrase? I'm not the second either.

More importantly, he's a fucking thief.

As for a Christmas movie that hasn't been mentioned, how about the Long Kiss Goodnight. Action movie that takes place around Christmas, and stars Geena Davis. It's actually pretty good.

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#44 Edited by CornBREDX (5361 posts) -
#45 Posted by afabs515 (1108 posts) -

Santa's Slay. Goldberg is a BOSS! Seriously, this movie is awesome.


Came here to post this video. Saw this post. Nodded in approval of GB community. Left happy.

#46 Posted by Tireyo (6426 posts) -

Even though it's not a great movie, Mix Nuts was a mediocre Christmas film. It's only worth watching one time.

#48 Posted by MetalThrashingMatt (210 posts) -

Anybody who hasn't mentioned The Santa Clause is wrong

#49 Posted by Nightriff (5096 posts) -

Die Hard films Christmas Eve, it is a tradition I started with my dad years ago.

Planes, Trains and Automobiles on Thanksgiving to lead into crappy christmas movies, lets be real...PTaA is the greatest holiday movie ever.

And I'll squeeze in Christmas Vacation, Santa Clause, and original Grinch during Thanksgiving and Christmas.

#50 Posted by Xeiphyer (5605 posts) -

Die Hard 1 & 2, and Jingle All the Way. That's all I need!