Post # 16
Hallmark Channel has hundreds of Christmas movies during the season, but my 2 very favorite are Mrs Miracle, and Call Me Mrs Miracle. I watch them every year.
The late Doris Roberts elevates them from the humdrum Hallmark fare.
Post # 17
Some newer ones:
Office Christmas Party
It Had To Be Him
Black Christmas (original or remake, your choice)
Silent Night, Deadly Night
Post # 18
There are various Rom Coms that have Christmas in them, though they might not be actually classified as a Christmas move, that I will watch. Some I like more than others, but anything makes good background while doing holiday-esque activites.
Sleepless in Seattle
You’ve Got Mail
While You Were Sleeping
When Harry Met Sally
We also watched the movie Planes, Trains, and Automobiles every Thanksgiving.
Post # 19
It’s a Wonderful Life
Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer (claymation)
Miracle on 34th Street
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (original)
Muppet Family Christmas (very old and has a cameo with Jim Hensen in it)
The Muppet Christmas Carol
Post # 20
- Wedding: January 2021 - City, State
Glad someone said die hard!
Miracle on 34th Street
Post # 21
And I haven’t seen it yet, but going to check out The Night Before this year
Post # 22
Love Actually and The Holiday are my two beloved Christmas rom-coms!
I always watch the animated Grinch Who Stole Christmas, and my fiance always watches Jingle All the Way. The Santa Clause movies are so great too.
Arthur Christmas is a cute animated family movie as well.
Post # 23
I love the original rudolph! I always try to catch it on TV sometime during dec
Post # 24
Well, it looks like Love Actually has to be included in the list, as it’s a popular one! Thank you for all of the suggestions, Bees 🙂
Post # 25
- Wedding: October 2019 - Chateau Lake Louise
So, Trading Places is also set at Christmas. I consider it a holiday movie, 100%
Love Actually is also a total must.
And, my personal favorite WHITE CHRISTMAS
I mean, seriously.
Post # 26
Just looking at your list-not all the suggestions.
I’d add: Miracle on 34th Street; It’s Christmas Time Again, Charlie Brown; and The Grinch (the cartoon version)-I hate the one with Jim Carey.
Post # 27
I’ll add holiday in handcuffs (abc family TV movie) as a holiday rom-com if your into it, second everyone’s else’s suggestions x1000000000000
Post # 28
The Night Before is a good one! Darling Husband proposed right after we saw that at the movies.
Also, I’ll Be Home For Christmas with JTT.
Post # 30
Great list so far! Chiming in to add Trading Places.