December 10, 2010

What is Your Favorite Christmas Movie?


I'm an oldies gal...  I would LOVE to have lived in the 50's- early 60's.  So naturally, I guess, my FAVORITE Christmas movie is "It's a Wonderful Life"...  My SECOND favorite is White Christmas...  I love the story lines, I love the simplicity of life then.  And in "White Christmas", I love the singing and dancing! 

Which movie or movies do you love to watch this time of year, and why?  Please share!

9 comments:

jrmom said...

I LOVE 'It's a Wonderful Life'! I'm with you...my Mom says I have an old soul...miss the old days even though I wasn't alive then. I purchased the movie on DVD so I could watch it whenever I want.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Missouri Gal Nicole said...

Mine is Christmas Vacation. It cracks me up!

Missy said...

Ok so I've never commented on your blog before, but I've been reading it for a few months. Anyways, I couldn't pass commenting on this one because growing up I was made to watch every Christmas movie know to man, I swear. Ha anyways, I love so many of them!! Here are a few of my favorites: White Christmas, Prancer, Christmas in Connecticut, Miracle on 34th St (old version) and The Christmas Card (newer movie). I could go on and on but I will stop. :)

The Apple Pie Gal said...

Christmas Vacation and The Family Stone. If you haven't seen the last one, it is so funny and touching!

Megan Jenelle @ A Blossoming Homestead said...

I like It's a Wonderful Life and White Christmas too! I also really like A Charlie Brown Christmas . . . and when I was a kid we watched a precious moments movie called Timmy's Gift. I don't really remember it, but my brother and I still talk about it now that we are in our 20s!
Thanks for the post! Have a blessed day!
~AFG
Megan Jenelle

Steph said...

White Christmas. My girls love it too. They like to sing and dance to "Sisters". It is great watching my favorite movie with them.

Alla said...

I have lots and lots I love to watch but a few are "The Christmas Shoes", "Christmas Child", "The Christmas Box", "Miracle on 34th Street", and "Borrowed Hearts".

Sandra said...

First time visitor and enjoying my visit; I'm with you on the movies. The old ones speak best to my heart. I'm not even sure I've seen a Christmas movie newer than about 40 years...? Ah well.
Koen is a cutie with a great sense of humor.
Merry Christmas and God's blessings on you, yours and the work of your hands and heart.

Amy @ Homestead Revival said...

I've had two favorites for years... It's a Wonderful Life and The Christmas Story - you know, the one with the little boy and the Red Ryder BB Gun? Hilarious! But ever since they made that new move of The Nativity... amazing to see the Bible come to life on the big screen in such a realistic way (even if they had the three wise men arrive a year or so early!).