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It’s dark when I go to work. It’s dark when I come home. So, we need a little brightness lately. Even if it’s from the glow of the TV as we watch our favorite holiday movies.
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I will not be including The Grinch, Rudolph, Frosty, or Charlie Brown in this list. Because those are given. Those are not even a question. There’s a law that everyone has to watch them every year. I’m sure of it.
We all have our favorites. Thankfully, I live with people who dig my kind of Christmas movies. Let’s see if you do, too.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
This is my husband’s favorite movie. Not just holiday movie. Movie. Of. All. Time. And why wouldn’t it be? It’s a classic for so many lines and scenes. Who can forget Clark’s face when the lights finally work?
And I don’t know anyone who didn’t want to recite his rant to someone at least once.
And then there’s Cousin Eddie.
This movie. It is one of the best horror comedy movies I have watched. I hated the visiting family members. I love Adam Scott. He is in another horror comedy that I strongly recommend called Little Evil. If you like Krampus, you’ll like that, too. Anyway. The ending on this:
Bill Murray is the GOAT. This is one of the best adaptations of the Christmas Carol trope. And I think we need more ghosts messing with corporate heads but that’s just me. And can we give some love to Carol Kane. The woman is a goddess. Bobcat Goldthwait? Hellooooo. Alfre Woodard was stunning and I’m convinced she doesn’t age. The writing. The effects. Just amazing.
The Muppet Christmas Carol
This is the ultimate adaptation of The Christmas Carol. What makes it so great? Michael Caine wasn’t told he was acting against Muppets and slayed the part of Scrooge. Add on the narration by Gonzo as Charles Dickens. Superb. Just amazing. I can’t say enough about this. And even better now that they added Belle’s song back in. As they should.
Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas
This has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. Muppets. The songs. And my introduction to metal.
I love this movie so much. My husband loves it so much. He loves it so much, I bought him A Jug Band band shirt for Christmas. Two years running. Same one because I’m so attentive.
So, what’s your must watch Christmas movie? Share it with us so we can check it out and maybe add it to out own lists.
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