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Helen_S
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Started today to cheer myself up [Smile] Just picked a random one off the Sony Christmas channel.

November:

01. Christmas On The Bayou - 6
02. The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year (2008) - 7
03. A Christmas Carol (1999) (Jones) - 8
04. A Mission For Christmas - 6
05. Office Christmas Party - 6
06. The Nightmare Before Christmas - 10
07. Snowmen - 8
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The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year (2008) - Ahh, this Hallmark cheese with the Fonz really lifted my spirits. 7/10
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I watched one of my favorites a few days ago, The Christmas Card. My Husband bought Auntie Mame for me a few weeks ago on EBay. I watch it every year around Christmas. But we no longer have TCM channel, so I wanted the dvd.
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Oh, I like The Christmas Card [Smile]
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Babes In Toyland (1986)
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This still definitely ranks as one of the cheesiest Christmas movies ever in my book. But it's one I still find myself sitting down and watching every few years or so around the holidays.

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A Christmas Carol (1999) - While Patrick Stewart doesn't quite make it into my absolute favourite portrayals, he is the Scrooge that makes me the saddest. My heart aches for him throughout the film and I couldn't be anymore chuffed for him at the end <3 8/10
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Just watched The Nightmare Before Christmas while eating Frosty fancies cakes. Today is a good day [Smile] 10/10
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Snowmen - Other than there being Snowmen and one house with Christmas lights on it wasn't very Christmassy. But it was a gorgeous film. One of the best with kids in the lead. I bawled my eyes out. Really enjoyed Christopher Lloyd's small part too. 8/10
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quote:
Originally posted by Pyro:
Babes In Toyland (1986)
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This still definitely ranks as one of the cheesiest Christmas movies ever in my book. But it's one I still find myself sitting down and watching every few years or so around the holidays.

I remember this from back in the days of VHS rentals at Hollywood Video. I’ve never seen it.
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Snow Day (2000). Students steal a snow plow and fend off it’s crazy driver in an attempt to keep school closed for a second day.
Not sure this qualifies as a Christmas movie. It’s just an okay film. I certainly can’t imagine kids nowadays playing in the snow, ice skating, etc.

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