Home Alone - or rather, the whole Home Alone Series
Rockin' around the house with no one there to laugh at you dancing in your wooly socks and underwear. Topping-drenched ice cream in front of inappropriate television. Lots of music and a side of adventure. Fun stuff! For some reason, the Home Alone's always make me feel super nostalgic. ;)
Home Alone 4 doesn't count though (there's some new kid; it's just not the same) and, for some odd reason, I wasn't such a fan of the New York one.
Christmas with the Kranks
It's such a make-you-want-to-spend-time-with-your-family movie. :) Though my family isn't like that at all. And I'm a vegetarian, so I don't really get the honey ham part. Unless I pretend it's pecan pie, in which case I understand completely. :P
The Santa Clause
I think this movie portrays the North Pole in one of the cutest, most whimsical ways. I'm a fan! :)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
This is, without a doubt, my favorite Christmas movie! I like to save it for Christmas Eve. The cinematography is so aesthetically appealing and the songs are so jolly and Christmassy that it's a perfect Christmas Eve culmination-of-it-all movie. :) Unlike most 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' fans, however, I'm not talking about the cartoon version. I much prefer the Jim Carrey version!
* = I love Christmas movies, except Jingle All the Way (the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie). Ugh, can't stand it! Which is so weird, because I'll watch any other Christmas movie. I guess I'm just not an Arnie fan. Surprise, surprise.
What is your favorite Christmas movie?
Which of the Home Alone movies do you like the best?
Is there a Christmas movie that you just can't stand?
And yes, I admit this last question is 100% selfish, but are there any good Christmas movies coming out this year?
* Don't forget that this is your last day to enter my NuStevia Giveaway! *
Christine of Blumenband joined me (yay!) and she has a pretty fun bucket list: flax seeds, green monsters, new Christmas cookies, a variety of cabbages, and roasted veggies (in particular, Kale Chips, since they have yet to really make it to Germany). Sounds good to me! :)