Christmas Movies: The Top 5

Here are the correct answers for the recent poll of the Top 5 Christmas Movies of ALL TIME:

1. It’s a Wonderful Life: The Black and White version is the only version. If you like the color version better you’re a moron. Plain and simple. It doesn’t get any better than this. This may just be the greatest movie of all time overall.

2. A Christmas Story: You don’t need an Ovaltine Decorder Ring to figure this one out. Such a great movie. Fah-rah-rah-rah-rah-rah-rah-rah-rah… So many classic lines and scenes. What really makes this move is the narration (much like Wonder Years).

3. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer: Rankin Bass made some of the best holiday classics (except for the Halloween and Easter ones…). Yukon Cornelius, Bumble the Snow Monster, etc. Clutch.

4. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation: Cousin Eddie steals the show in this one. This one never gets old.

5. Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town: Another Rankin Bass movie. Watch in the beginning of the movie where Fred Astaire (Kruger the Delivery Man) jumps in the air and has some serious hang time. Freakin awesome. This also has the best name in all of movies: the Bugermeister Meisterburger.

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2 thoughts on “Christmas Movies: The Top 5

  1. It’s a What Life:

    Stewart never had a convincing reason to reverse himself. What caused him to rethink suicide? A momentary lapse of will, that’s what – the same weakness that drove him to suicide in the first place. All the worse for the movie that it did not end with the camera panning over the water, then to the authorities positioned closeby on shore, they clumsily arranging tackle with which to drag the water, a last ditch effort to retrieve the body so that the widow might claim the insurance policy, if he had one.

    Ah, now if Price had made a Christmas movie!

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