A very old one, called It is a wonderful life.
The little match girl. Saw it donkeys years ago, had the original sad ending, not sure if recent films of it do the same.
Good choice. That takes me back. That was a cry-fest, I think. We wouldn't want to upset the kids these days, though, with reality and such.
Yeah everything seems to have a Disney happy ending !!
Yes...one of my favorites as well
Will have to watch it again real soon!
A Muppet Christmas Carol<br />
followed closely by National Lampoon's Christmas vacation.<br />
I never liked A Christmas Story.
I really like Miricle on 34th street, when the young girl gives a doller bill to the judge underlined are the words in god we trust. The judge looks and reads and realises that he cannot disprove the existance of a god, he cannot disprove the existance of Santa Claus either :-)
which makes no sense, since in a court of law the side that cannot prove their argument loses. I know I know..."It's a kid's movie"...
But it makes me giggle, It sort of says if god exists so does Santa Claus, one we dismiss as fiction as we grow older and the other ???
Cleveland's own Christmas Story.
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Still surprised no one has mentioned Miracle on 34th Street nor Holiday Inn.
"It's a Wonderful Life" the first five-hundred times I saw it.<br />
"Scrooge" (1951) the one with Alastair Sim as Scrooge.
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation<br />
Bad Santa<br />
It's a Wonderful Life
Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights (actually more of a Hanukkah movie)
Although I hate christmas because it is my birthday too, I can't resist the movie "White Christmas"