My Top 10 Christmas Movies List
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My Top 10 Christmas Movies List

"The best way to spread Christmas cheer, is singing loud for all to hear"

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My Top 10 Christmas Movies List
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Here's 10 movies I will be watching this holiday season that I think you should be watching too:

1) Elf

This is my all time favorite Christmas movie EVER. It doesn't even have to be around the holiday season; I'll still watch it in the middle of July. I'm pretty sure I'm close to memorizing every single word, too. (Don't judge me)

2) A Christmas Story

From the sexy leg lamp Ralph's dad won, to the ugly Pepto Bismol pink bunny rabbit suit Ralph had to put on; there's nothing that can beat this classic.

3) Home Alone

Come on. We all secretly wanted our houses to be robbed when we were 8-years-old so we could be as cool as Kevin McCallister and outsmart stupid burglars and set up traps too...or maybe it was just me.

4) The Grinch

No, not the real life version with Jim Carrey in it. I'm talking about the old fashioned Dr. Seuss version a.k.a the BEST one.

5) Santa Claus

This used to be my all time favorite movie as a kid mainly because I wanted my dad to accidentally make Santa Claus fall off the roof and then magically become him forever so I could live at the North pole and it could be all about Christmas every single day. #goals

6) Jack Frost

In case you're wondering, I'm not talking about the creepy serial killer one from 1996. And for those who didn't know there was a creepy serial killer Jack Frost movie, there is one and I do NOT recommend it. I'm talking about the one that's kind of weird since a snowman comes to life, but the meaning behind it is special. As a child, I didn't truly grasp the concept, but now I do. And I think it's very heartwarming.

7) Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

Even though the abominable snowman scared the crap out of me, I low-key wanted Rudolph as a pet because of this movie. #imnotevenjoking

8) The Holiday

I discovered this movie early in the year on Netflix, and now it's one of my favorites! Jack Black, Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz and Jude Law are in it as well as many other well known actors. It's the perfect Christmas rom-com if you ask me!

9) Just Friends

Okay, seeing Ryan Reynolds in a fat suit and talking like a creepy obsessed man isn't something you see every day, but it's HILARIOUS because it's so relatable. I highly recommend this one if you're feeling like watching a "stupid" but "romantic" comedy.

10) The Polar Express

And finally, this one finishes off my list. I remember watching this as a kid and hoping the train would stop at my house so I could stay up all night traveling to the North pole to see Santa Claus. *Spoiler Alert* Tom Hanks plays 3 characters in this movie which makes everything about this movie even more amazing.

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