I didn't make it!
Whats your favourite christmas film of all time ? mine has to be: National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. :D
~Tine Spingling~Ill count to 3
25th August 2005
my fav of all time is obviously the best, classic holiday movie of all time " A Christmas Story"!! Also with an honorable mention, another great movie "The Polar Express"
24th July 2005
Oh oh oh, i really haven't seen many Christmas Movies, while i should.
Well, the front-runners in line (NOTE: haven't seen them yet) are: A NightMare Before Christmas Bad Santa Polar Express One of the hundred A Christmas Carrols.. And probably some else.
Oh, you know, I had once got those Donald Duck Cartoons about christmas, they probably were the best i've ever seen. (Nostalgia). Some parts I remember.. Like Goofy being one of the 3 ghosts.. Uncle Scrooge as Scrooge.. That kind of stuff.
Dead rather than Red!
26th April 2004
Chevy Chase all the way!
Oh, and Disney classics.
LOL SILLY NAME IS SILLY
3rd April 2005
'A Christmas Story' > All others. Except for maybe 'It's A Wonderful Life'.
20th April 2005
Christmas Vacation, one of the best and funniest movies ever made.
23rd May 2003
I used to love Christmas Vacation because soley because of the scene where he gets on the sled and flys off at a hundred mph.
I think Bad Santa's my favorite because most christmas movies make me nauseous with all their fabricated good will and searching for "the true meaning of christmas" while Bad Santa's just about the exact opposite of that.
7th December 2003
yuiop I think Bad Santa's my favorite because most christmas movies make me nauseous with all their fabricated good will and searching for "the true meaning of christmas" while Bad Santa's just about the exact opposite of that.
:agreed Bad Santa is the best Christmas movie I can think of. The buildup is a bit slow but there are some scenes which are just great.
You really don't want to read this spoiler if you are going to watch the movie :)
7th March 2003
bad santa or the muppets' christmas carrols.
I aim to please
23rd February 2003