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Ada the Mental
17-12-06, 01:54
What X-Mas movies are you planning to watch during the holidays?
Mine:
Nightmare before Christmas(I can't believe I haven't watched it yet!)
Bad Santa-again!:vlol:
Home Alone-Watched it about a milllion times,it's on tv every year,at least in three channels,all the four movies-I hate the latest one,btw...
Black Christmas-If I can find the original,too,even better!
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory-it's on TV on Wednesday,haven't seen it yet!

george_croft
17-12-06, 01:56
:jmp: Home Alone :jmp:

I never get tired of that movie:D

Mr.Burns
17-12-06, 01:56
erm...I'll watch Home Alone if it's on. I think this year (assuming I'm not working on Xmas) I'll try and do a Mel Brooks marathon. I never really got into Xmas movies.

viper456
17-12-06, 01:57
just been to see black christmas.. i told my friend it was called Black Santa an hour b4 we went and didnt think anything of it after that. When he asked for his ticket he called it black santa though lmao he got a well funny look

Ikas90
17-12-06, 02:07
The Santa Clause and Bad Santa :mis:

Genocide
17-12-06, 04:07
Ernest saves christmas
The Grinch
Die Hard
The Santa Clause

xMiSsCrOfTx
17-12-06, 04:10
Home Alone (watched it earlier today) and Home Alone 2 are definitely some of my favorites. But I also love The Santa Clause (saw it today too) and A Christmas Story. That movie cracks me up every time!

Dazzy
17-12-06, 11:04
Home Alone is awesome, I've watched it so many times, one true christmas film, even Home Alone 2 is good too. Sadly Home Alone 3 is pants, as they had a new replacement..boo.

TombRaiderLover
17-12-06, 11:46
Home Alone 1 and 2.

Remember, folks, that Home Alone 2 is on Channel Five today. ;)

tr_mitch
17-12-06, 12:01
This best be on this christmas. :D
http://www.foxmovies.com.au/content/fox_films/168/images/JINGLE%20ALL%20THE%20WAY_FLR.jpg

Geck-o-Lizard
17-12-06, 12:05
I hate all the Home Alone movies. http://img204.imageshack.us/img204/4928/anxiousns1.gif

If "Nightmare Before Christmas", "A Christmas Carol", or anything with muppets in it (muppets own :p) comes on TV, I'll watch those. :)

Kamrusepas
17-12-06, 12:06
They always show Home Alone here on Christmas. Surprisingly it aired a few weeks ago already.

I'm not particularly fond of Christmas-movies, they tend to be all mushy.

Angelx14
17-12-06, 12:06
The Grinch..XD
It's going to be on TV in here.:D

Ada the Mental
17-12-06, 12:11
I like movies that make fun of Christmas.I find all those stupid romantic comedies so damn boring...
Oh,I'm going to see Gremlins again,too...

Geck-o-Lizard
17-12-06, 12:13
I'm not particularly fond of Christmas-movies, they tend to be all mushy.

That's why I like A Christmas Carol. I switch it off after the third ghost, cos I hate how Scrooge turns all goody-goody. He's an awsome antagonist. :D

tr_mitch
17-12-06, 12:14
I always thought of 'The nightmare before christmas' as a halloween film, more than a christmas one.
But i guess it depends how you look at it.

Kamrusepas
17-12-06, 12:14
That's why I like A Christmas Carol. I switch it off after the third ghost, cos I hate how Scrooge turns all goody-goody. He's an awsome antagonist. :D

I gotta watch that movie sometime, me thinks.

VonCroy360
17-12-06, 13:21
Miracle on 34th Street. Every year.

I also watch those that air on the TV at the time.
:)

Mad Tony
17-12-06, 14:04
Die Hard. :whi:
Well it's on Christmas Eve isn't it? :p

BlueJunkie
17-12-06, 14:07
Home Alone movies. The first two are the best. :tmb:

jarhead
17-12-06, 14:23
Love Actually is the only onew I can think off. Home alone gets on my nerves, but love actually is funny yet sad

Dazzy
17-12-06, 14:47
This best be on this christmas. :D
http://www.foxmovies.com.au/content/fox_films/168/images/JINGLE%20ALL%20THE%20WAY_FLR.jpg

That film is the best I think, I love that.

Celephais
17-12-06, 14:55
I would really love to see Santa Claus Conquers The Martians again, but I don't think it's ever been shown in the UK. Awesomely bad movie, backs unwittingly into genius.

http://www.zyworld.com/celephais4830/marscomic.jpg


I'm not keen on Christmas mush either, but I have to admit It's a Wonderful Life is a feel good movie. A Christmas Carol (starring Alister Sim) is another old movie I haven't seen in years.