Official October Release Party Contest

I am absolutely smitten with all of this month's new releases and I can tell by the excitement that some of you have shared with me that you are too!  A big thank you to each and every one of you who have joined us tonight during release festivities!  

To celebrate the upcoming holiday season and our amazing October release line-up we are giving away a fabulous prize package tonight!  Practically the entire October release,which has a $275 value!!!  All you need to do to have your chance to win is post an answer to the following question in the comments section below.

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Congratulations, Margaret!  Please be sure to email customer service with your shipping information so we can get this prize out to you!  And thank you to everyone who played along.  I loved reading through some of your answers!  Have a wonderful night!

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  • 1
    Babies- Beth says:

    Charlie Bown Christmas, without a doubt. Even the music is such a reminder of what christmas is all about, lol!!

  • 2

    Love this release! Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 3

    My favorite Holiday movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life” I think it is because we didn’t get to watch a lot of movies when I was younger, but we always got to watch it at Christmas! Thanks so much for a chance to win! If I win, I won’t be awake–so I’ll see you in the morning! πŸ™‚

  • 4
    Lynn says:

    Thanks for the chance to win…I think I would be in heaven if I won this!!! We love Christmas Story…it’s hilarious no matter how many times we watch it! Polar Express is my favorite to watch with my little ones…their eyes just light up watching it! Thanks again!

  • 5
    Kim FAucher says:

    oooo yay.. my favorite holiday movie is always the classic Its A Wonderful Life… with A Christmas Story as a close second.. once I’ve seen those.. .the holiday can begin πŸ˜‰

  • 6
    Marilyn says:

    White Christmas, with Bing Crosy, Danny Kay and Rosemary Clooney!

  • 7
    Nicole R says:

    My favorite holiday movie is It’s a Wonderful Life, because it’s a classic… what’s not to like!?

  • 8
    Christina Reyna says:

    A Christmas Story…a hilarious classic!

  • 9
    Maureen L says:

    Its a wonderful Life (in black and white) I just love the message that material things arent everything and friends/family are the “riches” everyone should strive to attain.

  • 10
    Amber Goble says:

    The Christmas Story! Love it. It goes along with celebrating with family, eating turkey, and opening gifts! And poor Ralphie! Just love it.
    Hugs
    Amber

  • 11
    Jennifer Delaurier says:

    I have always loved A Charlie Brown Christmas, my sister and I used to act it out when we were kids, so it brings back a lot of great memories. Now, I make it a tradition to watch it with my children.

  • 12
    Lindzie H says:

    I have to say a Christmas Story. I know..so cliche. But it really makes me laugh and gets me in the spirit of the season! πŸ™‚ Happy holidays!

  • 13
    Laura says:

    I love all the classics from my childhood that my daughter now enjoys, but as an adult, my favorite is It’s a Wonderful Life. I always cry at the end.

  • 14
    Kara says:

    My favorite holiday movie is A Christmas Story! It’s on all day during the holidays and my family always watches it at least once during the holidays and we crack up!!

  • 15

    I absolutely love Miracle on 34th street. Both the original and the remake. Just love it. It’s such a great story about christmas and love.

  • 16

    It’s A Wonderful Life… makes me appreciate my life a little more everytime I watch it.

  • 17
    Ngan R. says:

    My favorite holiday movie is…are you ready for this (it is super geeky)…A Very Brady Christmas. Why? A huge family, gathering at the holidays, rallying around their dad in his time of need…what could be more touching? I come from a big family and this movie always reminds me of how great it is to be with family at Christmas time.

  • 18
    sande m says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Charlie Brown Christmas. I have such fond memories of watching it as a child, watching it with my husband while dating, and watching it with my children now. I love how it makes me look at Christmas trees and decorations and see the beauty in even the “Charlie Brown tree” decorations. “Charlie Brown” has become an adjective in our home.

  • 19
    Shelly Guthrie says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Polar Express. My youngest grandson & I have watched it every year since he was 4 and now he’s 8. It’s a fun night of hot chocolate, popcorn and trimming the tree. That’s the stuff memories are made of πŸ™‚

  • 20
    Danielle says:

    It’s so hard to pick one, but I’d have to say White Christmas! I love classic movies and tv shows (ie. I Love Lucy, hence my dog Lucy). I could watch it over and over. I love the actors/actresses and I love the music and dancing. Always gets me in the spirit!

  • 21
    Becky says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life. I still cry everytime I see Zuzu’s pedals come back to life. πŸ™‚

  • 22
    Isabel Z says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “It’s A Wonderful Life” because I remember how excited my husband was to share it with me in college–I had never seen it before. We watch it every Christmas.

  • 23
    Michelle says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Elf because I think it is absolutely hilarious! I always love a good laugh and need plenty of them around the holidays with the hustle and bustle.

  • 24
    Kylie says:

    Love Actually! I love all the different threads and how they all come together at the end. One of the only movies I can watch over and over!

  • 25
    Shannon Reid says:

    I love A Christmas Story… it’s just so funny and a total classic… when he shoots his eye out at the end… pricless. I also love National Lampoons Christmas Vacation… also comedy gold. I guess I like a good laugh for the holidays!

  • 26

    My favorite holiday movie is White Christmas! It is the perfect romance and it always makes me want to get some hot cocoa.

  • 27
    Kris says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Its a Wonderful Life. My husband and I adore this classic and watch it together each year…a favorite tradition.

  • 28
    glorie says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “A WOnderful Life”! It brings to the forefront that you affect lots of lives just being yourself. Love that … when a bell rings, an angel gets its wings … πŸ™‚

  • 29
    Jen Barkdull says:

    I love It’s a Wonderful Life. It’s such a heartwarming and uplifting movie – showing that everyone makes a difference. πŸ™‚

  • 30
    Chong McAfee says:

    Scrooged with Bill Murray…. it’s an old tale that’s timeless and it was done with a sense of humor and sweetness.

  • 31
    Deb says:

    My hubby tells me my favorite is Charlie Brown Christmas. I love it when Linus tells the story of Christ’s birth. My absolute favorite part.

  • 32
    Sam Johnson says:

    Frosty the Snowman. I love Burl Ives singing!

  • 33
    Helen says:

    My favorite holiday movie is White Christmas. I just love how everyone pulled together to help a friend. I love the music, too!

    Thank you for the opportunity to win!

    Helen

  • 34

    Nightmare before Christmas – I love the colors in this movie, I love the integration of virtually all holidays in one movie, I love the mix of good and bad and love in it. And it’s just fun.

  • 35
    Joyce says:

    I would have to say The Grinch. We love the movie so much we even have the Monopoly version that we play every year on Christmas and New Years Day.

  • 36
    Jessica says:

    My favourite movie is White Christmas. I watch it EVERY year!

  • 37
    Laura S says:

    It is really not a movie, but a tv episode – Little House on the Prairie episode where they are snowed in, and all reminiscing of prior Christmases.

  • 38

    My favorite is It’s a Wonderful Life. It is such a feel good movie. Love it! Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 39
    Anna Was says:

    My favorite holiday movie is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I remember watching this yearly with my family and now we do the same with our kiddos! In fact my daughters name is Abby and we frequently call her “Abby Lou Who” because she reminds us so much of her when she was small!

  • 40
    Marisa G says:

    White Christmas…love the music and the final scene where it really starts snowing.

  • 41
    Wendy Todd says:

    My absolute favourite Christmas movie of all time is definitely the original version of “Miracle on 34th Street”. I grew up watching it with my mum each Christmas and now I’ve carried on the tradition with my two young sons. We love Christmas movies, but nothing beats this one. It’s a special movie!

  • 42
    Emily W. says:

    I don’t know if it’s a movie, but I always loved watching the Disney version of A Christmas Carol. Mickey and Minnie’s little Tiny Tim is so cute… it’s a good story overall but I just always found the animated version much more tolerable than any live acted version.

  • 43
    Chrissie T. says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Scrooged. That might sound crazy (I know I’m supposed to like something sentimental), but comedies are my favorite type of movie and I watch it every time it’s on during the holidays!

  • 44
    Kristin says:

    Easy: It’s a Wonderful Life. Absolutely makes me know the season of family celebration is here and reminds us all (no matter how insignificant we may think we are) our lives really do impact others.

  • 45
    Karen says:

    My favorite movie is Christmas Vacation. It is a family tradition after the day is turned to evening for all the family to gather back at our house to watch the movie.

  • 46
    Kara says:

    People really have just one favorite? There are so many that I love. Holiday Inn and Charlie Brown are the two I have to see or it isn’t Christmas.

  • 47
    Shawn Wenrich says:

    Every Holiday season I watch several Holiday movies but my all time favorite that I must see is When Harry Met Sally. The love story and the holiday season and the great acting make this my top pick!

  • 48
    Tracey McNeely says:

    My favourite holiday movie is Christmas Vacation hands down. I laugh and laugh out of control. I remember seeing it in the theatre with my hubby, when we were first dating. Got to love the metal saucer! This release is absolutely spectacular!!!

  • 49
    Allene F. says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “Miracle on 34th Street”. When I was about 8 years old, I watched “Miracle on 34th Street” with my mom and then we watched it every Christmas after. During this movie, my mom would share her experiences with her grandparents visiting New York and sitting on Santa’s lap.

  • 50
    Carla Grace says:

    “A Christmas Story” would have to be my favorite because it is my husband’s favorite…and hearing him recite the lines while he watches it every year makes me smile. I realize at that moment that I am an amazingly lucky woman to have shared another wonderful year with this awesome individual.

  • 51
    AnneSATX says:

    My favorite is It’s a Wonderful Life. Classic and timeless and totally inspiring. Love it!

  • 52
    Dana Kirby says:

    Home Alone! I remember watching this movie with my family every Holiday season when I was younger. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 53

    Rudolph…brings back memories of when I was a kid and got to stay up late to watch xmas shows or movies. I always love his red little nose and I get nostalgic whenever I see it advertised on tv. This year, I will make sure my daughter gets to see it for the first time.

  • 54
    Jennifer K says:

    A Christmas Story – it’s fun and light-hearted. Just a joy to watch.

  • 55
    Jen C. says:

    It has to be Its a Wonderful Life…amazing story, terrific message, happy ending, and it makes me cry every time! What’s not to love?!?

    It’s also a great movie to watch while mass producing holiday cards and stamps πŸ˜‰

  • 56
    Chris H. says:

    My favorite holiday movie has to be “It’s a Wonderful Life” with Jimmy Stewart.
    The message is so much about
    the season and it has become a tradition to watch it every year.

  • 57
    Kristen M says:

    I love the Polar Express. My kids are just in awe of the movie…the trains, bells, all of it. I love the book even more than the movie.

  • 58
    Linda Edwards says:

    My favorite is “White Christmas” because of the military aspect of it. My husband was in the Army and my son is in the Air Force. It’s been a favorite since I was little girl, and even more so now – it tugs at my heart!

  • 59
    saral says:

    My favorite is Polar Express. My boys love the movie so we watch it regularly, even when it isn’t Christmas time.

  • 60
    Avril Tanner says:

    My favorite Holiday movie is While you were Sleeping…. I watch it every year during the holiday season… I think it became a favorite of mine when I was single and wanted assurance that eventually I would find that perfect one! Now I just enjoy the tradition of having something I do every year at this time!

  • 61
    Lauren says:

    It’s just not Christmas until I’ve watched ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’. It’s THE American classic. But, ‘A Charlie Brown Christmas’ is a very close second in my book. πŸ™‚

  • 62
    misse336 says:

    My favorite holiday movie(s) are the Santa Clause movies. My boys and I watch them at least once each Christmas series and the boys love them and we all laugh through all of them.

  • 63
    Laura J says:

    White Christmas! Love the music & dancing…especially the final number.

  • 64
    Caroline says:

    I enjoy watching the American Girl Movie-Samantha, with my 2 girls. Samantha’s Aunt & Uncle adopt 3 orphan girls! Very sweet ending!

  • 65

    Definitely Charlie Brown Christmas. It’s a classic. So simple and so fun.

  • 66
    Lynne Osborn says:

    My favorite movie is “it’s a Wonderful Life”. We watch it as a family every Christmas Eve. It has become a special family tradition. I love George Bailey.

  • 67
    Kristen M says:

    I love the holidays and there are so many cute feel good holiday movies to watch but my favorite has to be Christmas Vacation. It still makes me laugh out loud! Getting excited already for the 25 days of holiday movies πŸ™‚

  • 68
    aimee says:

    Stanta Clause the movie… love it..

  • 69
    Katie Lawton says:

    The Christmas Story. I remember going to my Grandma’s every year and watching it. Too funny.

  • 70
    Nicole says:

    Oh mine is definitely A Charlie Brown Christmas! How can you not love the hunt for the perfect tree:)

  • 71
    Sheila A says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life. I think that movie is so poignant for parents and people whose lives lived with ordinary, quiet honor. Fathers, mothers, and friends who may not realize just how meaningful their lives are to the ones around them. Just thinking about it makes want to get it out and watch it again.
    Thanks, Nichole and the PTI team, for you have no idea what a wonderful impact you have on the lives of those of us you may never get the chance to meet. You rock our world!

  • 72
    Melissa C says:

    I love Elf with Will Ferrell. Makes me laugh and cry every time even though I’ve seen it a ton of times.

  • 73
    Becky C says:

    National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and A Christmas Story are my favorites because they are soooo funny! But in the end they are about family.

  • 74
    Cindi Loizeaux says:

    My absolute favorite is White Christmas with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye. We’ve watched it so many times, our daughters always sing along to the song “Sisters” from the movie. Although they are grown, watching that film brings me me right back to when they were little.

  • 75
    Penny P. says:

    has to be It’s a Wonderful Life. Such an uplifting movie and makes you so thankful for everything you have!

  • 76
    Jenna says:

    Home videos my parents have taken. Love the memories!

  • 77

    My favourite holiday movie is Miracle on 34th St. Such a moving and heartfelt movie about the true meaning of Christmas.

  • 78
    Teresa says:

    Definitely The Homecoming. All about the fun and trials and love of family and having the Christmas miracle of a safe journey home to loved ones.

  • 79
    Donna de Peyster says:

    Miracle on 34th Street – It speaks to the child in me, the romanitic side, the need to believe, and the old time feel of it. It was part of my childhood and remains part of my adulthood…

  • 80
    Paula I says:

    A Christmas Story…I know, not a classic, but this movie cracks us up every single year. My family and I also love the movie with Chevy Chase, National Lampoons Christmas. I guess with all the stress of the holidays it’s a good release, sharing a laugh together, after all this is what we enjoy the most.

  • 81
    Cindy Holshouser says:

    I have always loved How the Grinch Stole Christmas, the original. It’s just so cute and seems to appeal to everyone. I look forward to it every year.

  • 82
    TammyButz says:

    I’d have to say The Christmas Story – you’re gonna shoot your eye out! It just reminds me of growing up. Also, I still look forward to watching A Charlie Brown Christmas and Frosty the Snowman.

  • 83
    Susan T says:

    There is something about Charlie Brown Christmas that I look forward to each season. Growing up it was the highlight of the season. Got to love the characters, music and holiday message.

  • 84
    Jenna Hipps says:

    My favorite Chistmas Movie is Miracle on 34th Street. It really gets me in the Christmas spirit. I love to watch it while I am wrapping gifts. Thanks for this opportunity to win!!

  • 85
    Jamie Greene says:

    The grinch who stole Christmas! I have watched this movie every year for as long as I can remember. Now my kids watch it every year with me.

  • 86

    Without a doubt it’s A Christmas Story. I love that movie. It cracks me up! Hey maybe next year you could release a set with that theme. I can see it now – leg lamp, red rider bb gun complete with broken glasses πŸ™‚

  • 87
    Deb C says:

    My favorite is A Christmas Story. The little blond boy with the BB gun, the leg lamp, licking the cold metal pole…. My family all watches it together and howls with laughter. That would have been my family 50 years ago.

    And winning the leg lamp gives me hope that someday I can win the I Want It All package here. πŸ™‚

  • 88

    It’s A Wonderful Life, of course! Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without it!

  • 89
    Suzanne Klein says:

    my favorite movie is Polar Express. I love the story line and the whole idea behind it. My entire family gathers agound to watch it on Christmas Eve.

  • 90
    Stephanie says:

    I love The Holiday with Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz…sweet chick flick, I could watch it over and over

  • 91
    Diane S. (momoffive) says:

    My favorite is “Charlie Brown Christmas”. We all enjoy it and it entertains while sharing the real Christmas story!

  • 92
    NWFlamingo says:

    I like Elf. Bob Newhart as the Papa Elf just makes me laugh every time I watch it. It is about the only Will Farrell movie I like, I guess because of the subject matter, elves!

  • 93
    Roni says:

    Charlie Brown. Always been a fan of Peanuts.

  • 94
    Sue McRae says:

    My fave holiday movie is It’s a Wonderful Life. I know many think it’s a cheesy movie but I just get all tingly inside when everyone comes to help George. It’s a must watch every year in our house!

  • 95
    Amy Dann says:

    Without a doubt my favorite is A Christmas Story. I love that TBS repeats it for 24 hours straight on Christmas day. Such a classic movie! Thank you so much, as always, for the opportunity to win an amazing prize package. I am SO excited for this release!

  • 96
    luv2talk says:

    A Christmas Story… You’ll Shoot your eye out and oh fudge. Nuff said!

  • 97

    My favorite holiday movie has to be A Charlie Brown Christmas. I still cry to this day, even at 51 years old. Sad, huh?!! LOL I love the music, too . . . it brings back such great holiday memories as a child. Great question!!

  • 98
    Jeanie says:

    I still love the original Miracle on 34th Street. It is so hopeful. I believe . . . do you? πŸ™‚

  • 99
    Shay says:

    It’s hard to name just one favorite but I am partial to “It’s a Wonderful Life” because of its message and the fond memoris I have of watching when I was younger. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 100
    Debbie Sheffield says:

    My favorite Holiday movie is “Home Alone”. My brother would play pranks much like the character played by Macauley Caulkin and everytime I watch this movie I can’t help but think of my younger brother and laugh.

  • 101
    Kimberly O. says:

    Elf — My hubby and I saw this on our second date. We make a point now of watching it EVERY Christmas. (A close second is A Christmas Story.)

    “This is Buddy the elf, what’s your favorite color?!!”

  • 102
    Dana says:

    It has to be National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation – I mean, who couldn’t relate to that movie? You know we all have that kind of family, as much as we may not want to admit it! Funny stuff!

  • 103
    Julie says:

    I would have to say “frosty the snowman” it was always a childhood favorite of mine and I still watch it as an adult year after year! Love snowmen!!!!

  • 104
    Gail Genrich says:

    A Christmas Story for sure – It’s the era I grew up in – I can so totally relate to those snow suits and the tongue on the pipe! My brother did that, bless his heart! Nostalgia is good for the soul and everytime I see that movie, it brings my family so close to me just remembering all of our special holidays as children.

  • 105
    Audrey T. says:

    My husband and I love National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. We laugh hysterically everytime we watch it even though we have seen it hundreds of times. My boys love The Polar Express and Fred Claus. We love watching Christmas movies together πŸ™‚

  • 106
    Ellie says:

    Ok so its not really a “real movie” but I love it regardless My Fav. movie to watch is Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer. It was my fav. as a little girl & I would look forward to it… Now that I am a mother I have loved to share it with each of kids. They love it as much as me. I love how we all sing right along w/all the songs.

  • 107
    Jasmin O says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer from 1964. The simplicity of the animation, the colors, and the fun storyline and songs gets me in the Holiday spirit every single time!

  • 108

    I have to say a Christmas Story. I know.. a classic. But it really makes me laugh and gets on the christmas spirit!!

  • 109
    Lesley says:

    Hmmm I think I am going to have to go with an oldie here. I am picking White Christmas because it has everything a good film needs – great actors, comedy, drama, weepy bits and a fab ending. Also I love Danny Kaye – he is a total scream. Lesley

  • 110
    Suzanne says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life is a must-see during the holidays. Nothing like a little reminder of just how much one person can impact the lives of those around them.

  • 111
    Mary M. says:

    Rudolph because it is a classic and brings back childhood memories.

  • 112
    Kathy V. says:

    Gosh, there are several movies that come to mind, but I suppose my ONE favorite is “It’s a Wonderful Life”. Love Jimmy Stewart and the story’s such a classic. Now it really would be a wonderful life if I won this! OK, it’s pretty darn terrific as it is, but winning would make it even better! Thanks for the chance. Great release, by the way!

  • 113
    Sara Mac says:

    Oh this is a tough question. My immediate thought was It’s a Wonderful Life, but I also love A Christmas Story. I’m going to have to go with my first instinct because Jimmy Stewart is so lovable.

  • 114
    Susan P says:

    My favorite Christmas movie would have to be “It’s a Wonderful Life”. Such a good message behind it – we watch it every year – have most of the lines memorized. Good old George!

  • 115
    Kim G says:

    The Christmas Story!! We watch it every year, the leg lamp, the dogs and the turkey and of course, “you will shoot your eye out”!! Great classic! Love, love, love this release!!

  • 116
    Doris says:

    I love A Christmas Story – especially when the dogs come in and steal their Christmas dinner and they end up at a Chinese restaurant because that’s the only thing open – hilarious.

  • 117
    Donna C says:

    I love so many of them, but I think I have to go with “A Wonderful Life”. It is a timeless classic and I love the moral of the story. It makes me cry every time!

  • 118
    Angela Person says:

    White Christmas is my favorite movie. I love all the singing and Danny Kaye and his antics.

  • 119
    Danielle DeLong says:

    Elf. It’s such a fun, silly movie, and it always puts me in a jolly mood! πŸ™‚

  • 120
    Carol says:

    My all time favorite is White Chrismas (Bing Crosby, Danny Kay, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen).

  • 121
    Dana says:

    As many others have said, Charlie Brown Christmas is my favorite. It reminds me of Christmas past and I love watching it with my kids now. It’s funny, sweet, and inspiring, which is how I want my Holidays to be!!

  • 122
    tracey says:

    Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer, 1964 version with Burl Ives. It takes me back to my childhood and watching it with my kids is magical!

  • 123
    Mary from OH says:

    A Christmas Story for two reasons. I raised two sons and believe me could I relate to alot of this movie. The second is that leg lamp, The look of discomfort on Moms face was just priceless. I watch the 24 hour marathon with my youngest son every holiday season.

  • 124
    nori says:

    i love watching Sound of Music… it just makes me feel all warm and cozy every time i watch it. perhaps it’s because i like to cuddle up in a nice fuzzy blanket with a cup o’ hot chocolate when i watch it. :o)

  • 125
    jane says:

    Christmas Vacation, of course! Is there any OTHER holiday movie!!??!

  • 126
    Julie Batta says:

    The Grinch. Not the new one with Jim Carrey but the old animated one. It brings back so many memories of watching every year when I was young and now I get to relive that with my children. Love the excitement in their eyes when we get to tell the The Grinch is on. Priceless.

  • 127
    Darla says:

    The Most Wonderful Time of the Year is my favorite Christmas movie. We saw it last Christmas and it’s just a sweet love story!

  • 128

    frosty the snowman, rudolph the red nose reindeer etc. All those oldtime Christmas kids movies that would come on right before Christmas… they are still my favorites!

  • 129
    Lennie says:

    My favorite holiday movie is The Ref. It’s hillarious! Love all the stamps etc this month.

  • 130
    tina-marie says:

    The Snowman – It’s a kids movie without any words (just music) – a beautiful story of friendship, wonder and a child’s imagination.

  • 131
    Tanya says:

    I love “It’s A Wonderful Life”. Not sure exactly, but all I know is that I watch it every Christmas and have for years. I really like the story.

  • 132
    leish says:

    LOL, my fave holiday movie has GOT to be “A Christmas Story.” Who can forget that horrendous lamp and the red rider BB gun? And, “You’ll shoot your eye out!” Such wonderful memories watching that cheesy movie with my family!

  • 133
    Joyce says:

    My favorite movie is The Grinch. We love it so much we even have the Monopoly verison we play every year on Christmas and New Years Day.

  • 134
    Lynn Mason says:

    Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. My sister Lori and I can quote way toooooo many lines from this movie. It was traditional to watch this every year. It’s nothing for me to break out with a “She thinks I’m cuuuuuuute!” or “oink, oink” or “Who wants a Charlie-in-the-box” or “I want to be a dentist!” at random moments during the year. What an awesome show about the love we should feel for one another, not just at Christmas, but all through the year.

  • 135
    tanna says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “White Christmas.” We have watched it each Christmas as a family since I was a little kid. My brother and I still want to watch it every year. Its time to get our little kids to sit still long enough to watch it with us πŸ™‚ Looking forward to tonight!!!

  • 136
    Cindy J. says:

    Not your typical favorite Christmas movie, but we make it a point to watch “Elf” at least a few times during the holidays. We love Buddy’s innocence and his love for Christmas! Funny movie!!!!

  • 137
    Kerri Lupfer says:

    The original Miracle on 34th Street is my favorite Christmas movie. I love the way all the characters interact and the end of the movie leaving your imagination to fill in the blanks. Love the chance to win. Thanks.

  • 138
    Erin Bigler says:

    A tie between Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer and Charlie Brown Christmas. So much a part of my childhood!

  • 139

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the move Love Actually. Love the music, the story, the humor…just everything about it! I love watching it at Christmas time….a bit untraditional I know, but still my favorite! Thanks for the chance to win!

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    the Home Alone movies come to mind. I think Macauley Culkin was the cutest kid ever. (until mine were born!) Thanks for the opportunity to win this awesome prize!

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    My favorite holiday movie is Four Christmases with Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn. The movie is funny and it shows the variety of quirky things that families experience during the holidays. This movie makes me appreciate my own family even more!

    Thank you so much for the opportunity to win a fabulous prize!

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    Lynne Phelps says:

    White Christmas! Love all the songs and dancing, year after year!

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    Tara Boston says:

    Honestly I have 3! My absolute favorite is the original Miracle on 34th Street! Just can’t get enough of it! But its a tradition for me to watch Christmas vacation with my kids, I love it too! And as having spent many long Christmas Eves as a single mom wrapping and building gifts I have seen the 24 hour Christmas Story too many times to not give it some love!

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    Janelle says:

    It would not be Christmas around here if we didn’t watch Bing Crosby in White Christmas, but It’s a Wonderful Life is a close second!

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    June says:

    A Christams Carol – Charles Dickens classic — gotta love it.

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    Teresa Blue says:

    My absolute favorite is Christmas Vacation!
    It’s a laugh fest from beginning to end. It has become a family tradition for us to watch it during the holiday season!

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    Jessica ML says:

    It has to be a Holiday Inn. I love the music, dancing, and actors. It’s so much fun and covers all the holidays and a love story too.

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    mercerj1@comcast.net says:

    I love a Christmas Carol. We put this on when I taught and I have many many wonderful memories of it. It also has a great message.

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    Melanie says:

    I love ” It’s a Wonderful Life” because it reminds me of the things in life that matter the most.

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    Sally M. says:

    My favorite holiday movie is The Holiday with Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, etc. It’s such a chic flick… and makes me feel all happy when I watch it.

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    Peggy Nickelson says:

    My favorite movie, like so many other people is: It’s a wonderful life. It is a story of hope and love and reminds us of what is truly important in life.
    Thanks for a chance to win.

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    Lori W. says:

    For my family, it is the Polar Express and A Christmas Story. We watch them both every year. We even bought my father-in-law the Leg lamp for Christmas one year, which now shines in the window when we arrive each year for Christmas dinner!

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    Jill says:

    Rudolph’s Shiny New Year. Yeah, I know, but a)it reminds me of my childhood and b)I still wanna visit the Archipelago of Yesteryears!! πŸ˜€

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    Karen Baker says:

    I love Its a Wonderful Life for the story and the little ZuZu at the end saying: Every time a bell rings an angel gets his wings. Reminds me of my brother who passed away at a very young age. The movie in general just has special meaning.

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    Rosemary D says:

    my favorite Christmas movie is a Christmas Story! a hilarious movie that is really very sweet at the same time. the Polar Express comes in a close second, though…

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    Connie K. says:

    I guess it doesn’t really count as a “movie” but I also love A Charlie Brown Christmas. It has such a timeless message that reminds us what Christmas is all about. It’s amazing that it was written so long ago!

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    Megan says:

    Home Alone! I loved it when I was a kid and it’s fun to watch occasionally now. πŸ™‚

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    Suzanne says:

    For me, it’s Charlie Brown’s Christmas. We watched this movie every year when I was a child and it still brings back great memories!

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    Jen Arkfeld says:

    My fave holiday movie is The Sound of Music. I have fond memories of watching it every year growing up on TV around Thanksgiving…snowflakes that stay on your nose and eyelashes, brown paper packages ties up with string…..

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    Lolita says:

    Love the Polar Express. Every year the kids love to watch it as a family.

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    Crystal Beauchamp says:

    Miracle on 34th street and all the family movies they show every year.

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    Definitely A Christmas Story! That movie cracks me up EVERY year!!

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    Barbara says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Miracle on 34rth street. My favorite line: Faith is believing when common sense tell you not to

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    Palanquin says:

    I love a Charlie Brown Christmas!

    It just reminds me of when I was a little girl and watched it with the whole family. Snoopy was so funny and Charlie Brown so eloquent. And Lucy, well, she is always just Lucy!

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    Kim S. says:

    I love watching A Christmas Carol. It’s a wonderful story about forgiveness and giving.

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    Lois Noyes - MN says:

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas – the newer version directed by Ron Howard. I like Dr. Suess, and this was a fun, entertaining version — love the ending. I also have to watch “It’s a Wonderful Life” every Christmas.

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    Valerie H. says:

    I love “Scrooged”. It is a classic comedy and it reminds me to appreciate life and enjoy your time with family and friends. I watch it every Christmas.

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    Kristine says:

    ELF is my absolute favorite. I love to watch this with my boys and husband..a great family comedy.

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    Lauren says:

    Hmmmm…. tough one! I would say A Christmas Story. It brings back great memories of hanging out watching tv in the den with my dad and my little brother.

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    Ted says:

    Ugh… a hard one.

    It would have to be “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas”. πŸ™‚ (the cartoon version!) πŸ™‚ Love Boris Karloff narrating it!

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    Chris Simon says:

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas – the original animated version, please. Lots of reasons, but mainly because I love the idea that the grouchiest grouch can be transformed with enough love. And the sweet little dog gets me every time, too.

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    Angie Cortes says:

    Definitely a Christmas Story…it is just a classic and no matter how many times I see it, it still make me laugh!!

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    I don’t have a favorite now, but as a child I always loved Rudolph and Frosty the Snowman. My daughter is just about ready to be introduced to those movies, I think. I loved the cool but wonky animation.

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    Liz says:

    There are some amzing things in this release!! My favourite Christmas movie (which we watch every year) is The Muppet Christmas Carol – brilliant!

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    BethieJ says:

    Home Alone One.. because every year after Thanksgiving dinner we sit with the family and watch it while we eat pumpkin pie! It really gets the Xmas Season started off right.. I HOPE one day we are doing that with our grandkids (like my mom is! πŸ™‚ )
    Happy RELEASE night!!

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    melissa sibert says:

    I have always loved A Charlie Brown Christmas. Now that I have two boys, we love watching it together at the holidays. My other favorite is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. Again, it’s become a family favorite with our sons.

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    Jaime O says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Elf. It is so funny and cute at the same time!

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    Steph says:

    LOVE LOVE LOVE A Christmas Story. It makes me laugh every time I see it. The kid who gets his tongue stuck to the lamp post, when Ralphie’s brother falls down and can’t get back up because he is so bundled up in layers, and of course, “Ralphie, you’ll shoot your eye out!”

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    Wanda says:

    The Christmas Shoes…such a cool story all about love and family.

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    DanelleB says:

    I love Charlie Brown Christmas. I just love how the teachers talk, the sad little Christmas tree that I must also buy for my home each year, and of course Snoopy!!

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    Lori M says:

    I love “It’s a Wonderful Life” I didn’t see it until I was older the first time I watched it. I get the warm fuzzies when I watch it!! πŸ™‚

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    Tracy says:

    I love “It’s A Wonderful Life” because it reminds me to appreciate the truly important things in life.

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    Lori Y says:

    We traditionally watch A Wonderful Life a couple of times during the Christmas season as well as on Christmas Eve. And I love this movie. But, my favorite Christmas movie has to be Christmas Vacation! The music, the humor, the chaos — we laugh until we cry!

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    Cara Brouder says:

    OK – I know this isn’t the norm, but I just watched Planes, Trains and Automobiles with my teenagers and we laughed so hard. It’s set at Thanksgiving and in the end when you realize that John Candy’s character doesn’t have anyone and Steve Martin goes back to get him and bring him home it’s great. Laughed our selves sick along the way. The moving still holds up! OF course, I think it’s from the 80’s and I love that decade. Can’t wait to get my hands on this month’s goodies. What a great collection of stamps, dies and accessories. Thanks Papertrey!

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    Daisy says:

    My absolute favorite holiday movie is White Christmas. We usually watch it at least once in June or July when the weather is soo hot and unbearable, and dream of the cool temps of winter. Runner up would be Holiday Inn. Love the old classics, and how life was slower and simplier.

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    Sue in Grapevine says:

    I think, “It’s a Wonderful Life” b/c we are big Jimmy Stewart fans. I will stop & watch a few minutes of it almost anytime I see it on the TV.

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    Kristin Burge says:

    I adore Christmas movies!!! In fact, earlier tonight I was going through Netflix looking at their Christmas movie list! My favorites are Charlie Brown Christmas, Miracle on 34th Street (the original one) and Christmas in Connecticut. I’m a sucker for the old movies!!! Thanks for all the wonderful releases this month!!!!!!!!!!!
    -Kristin B.

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    Mackenzie Klein says:

    polar express. my aunt even reads us the book on Christmas eve

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    White Christmas – I love the banter between Bing and the rest of the guys and gals. The music and the dancing are just so great! My Dad had a big band – the Chuck Baker Orchestra in Aberdeen MD – so I grew up with the music. The Bob Hope movies were so funny, too.

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    Gladys says:

    i dun really watch movie during Christmas! I love those snow winter holiday comedy movie :)thanks for the chance!

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    Marcia Truslow says:

    The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. It was my only son’s favorite from the time he was a tiny boy. At age 47, he still watches it every Christmas season with his own children. I love the story of redemption and will always cherish those memories of his excitement when the movie started. He was the cutest!

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    Sharon W. says:

    It’s not the holidays without Chariie Brown. So gues my favorite would be Charlie Brown Christmas.

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    A Christmas Story. It’s a classic at our house.

    Every Christmas Eve I give our boys new pj’s. My DH even got a set of pj’s last year because I found a set with Ralphie on it!

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    Laura L. says:

    National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is our family favorite just because of all the laughs. It relieves all of the holiday stress.

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    Kelli says:

    Without a doubt Christmas Vacation. The Christmas season doesn’t start for me until I watch that!

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    Linda says:

    My favorite is Rudolph but I enjoyed playing the Muppets Christmas because my two boys would just laugh contagiously and that was music to my ears. I do miss those days since my boys are now 22 and 25.

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    nancy l. says:

    It’s a toss up between Polar Express and Home Alone. I’m not sure if Home Alone is supposed to be a holiday movie but it has a Christmas theme. Your new release is fantastic!!! The new stamps are all sooooo cute. Can’t wait to play with them. Thanks for the chance to win!!

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    SisterSue says:

    You are killin’ me with this month’s release! LOVE it! The classic It’s a Wonderful Life is #1 but Christmas Vacation is a VERY close second! It makes me laugh every year!
    Cheers~
    Q!

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    Susan says:

    Frosty the Snowman because it is timeless and for all ages!

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    Without a doubt, my favorite Christmas movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life.” I cry every time an angel gets its wings. DH and I have a tradition of watching this on Christmas Eve after attending midnight mass. I just love this movie.

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    Linda W says:

    I love White Christmas. I’m basically a song and dance gal – would have given my eye teeth to be in a Broadway musical. I love the music, a lovely story and a great cast. I know, I’m showing my age.

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    Christine says:

    My two favorites are It’s a Wonderful Life and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. It’s a Wonderful Life has such a special message to share and Rudolph, what’s not to love? Thanks for the opportunity to win! What fun!

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    I love, love, love NL Christmas vacation and Grinch that Stole Christmas.

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    Vivian says:

    Miracle on 34th Street. It is just a classic. It shows the magic of Christmas. I love the innocence of believing.

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    Laurie C says:

    I love White Christmas. I have wonderful memories of my family baking Christmas cookies and watching this wonderful classic. Whenever I hear Bing Crosby sing White Christmas I remember those special times. Thanks so much for a chance to win tonight! πŸ™‚

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    Peg says:

    Watching The Christmas Story is a family tradition at our house. We can all relate to wanting something so badly that we can taste it and also getting that awful bunny suit pj’s from Aunt so and so. I especially love the movie because it is set in the time period when I grew up and remembering the smell of wet wool snow suits brings it all back. It is a family time of remembering, laughing, and togetherness.

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    Chris K says:

    There are too many to choose just one – I love Prancer, Call Me Claus, Miracle on 34th Street (the original of course),It’s A Wonderful Life, White Christmas, Holiday Inn and Christmas in Connecticut to name a few.

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    I’ve always really enjoyed watching Holiday Inn at Christmas time. It’s not really a holiday movie per se, but Bing Crosby does sing White Christmas in it, and that’s one of my favorites. I’m just a sucker for a sappy musical, I guess!

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    Kathy Grimsdale says:

    Another vote for It’s a Wonderful Life. It’s a classic. Another holiday favorite is not really a holiday themed movie, but they alway show it around Christmas, and that’s The Sound of Music. One of my all time favorite musicals, and I end up singing “Favorite Things” for the next week.

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    cindye says:

    My favorite is Home Alone. My children through the past two decades have loved it too. We call it our family favorite movie. Watching it takes me back to when they were little and we would watch it over and over again (on VHS). Love it!

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    Jamie Gracz says:

    I love the cartoon version of the movie How the Grinch Stole Christmas. It Brings back warm memories of past Christmas Seasons watching it with my brothers.

    Jamie

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    Lori Kistler says:

    The Christmas Story. I can watch for the whole 24 hours of constant running on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Not only does it take me back to my childhood but my son, who happened to have gotten married today, looked just like Ralphy. Same glasses and facial features. Same character also. That movie brings back so many past memories of all of my Christmas pasts with my family and my only child. Today was an especially good day for this memory to come back.

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    Mila Ayers says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life.” It is a classic!! The message in the movie is one that speaks to ALL!! I think everyone at one time or another questions his/her importance in life and this movie reminds of the influence we have to so many in our lives!

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    Sharon Dines says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life!

    I just love it for the message that the material things are not what really matters.

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    Connie Gregoire says:

    It has got to be It’s a Wonderful Life. They just don’t make them like that anymore. Great message, wonderful actors. Pure classic movie in every way.

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    Christina M says:

    This is such a tough question! If I can pick only one, I would have to say A Charlie Brown Christmas. I loved watching this every year as a kid, and now I get to share it with my kids! It is the first movie we watch with them every Christmas season.

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    steph zerbe says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Rodolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. The colors and old time animation is so cool! I can’t wait for our 3 yr old to see it this year! I hope he loves it too!

    Awesome release! Can’t wait to get the ornament dies and tiny holiday treat set!!

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    Carol says:

    Christmas Vacation…it reminds me that everything doesn’t have to be perfect and still be fun!

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    Becky K. says:

    Hmm, I think that my favorite holiday movie would have to be White Christmas! I looove musicals, and it just has a lovely story line!

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    Amy Smith says:

    There are so many to choose from…I think “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”…what happened next? Well in Whoville they say, the Grinch’s small heart grew three sizes that day. It’s such a wonderful story, amazing rhymes and animation!

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    Nerina says:

    Nichole – thank you to you and the DT for an awesome release this month! My favourite Christmas Movie of all time is “White Christmas” – it’s really old time entertainment – beautiful singing, amazing dancing, sweet romance and the added happiness of people selflessly trying to make life better for someone else! We watch it as a family every year! I feel like I should be wishing you a very Merry Christmas right now … well I do, even if it’s early :0)

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    Angel says:

    Easy – “A Christmas Story” Not only is it funny and perfectly quoteable…it’s the first movie my (now) husband introduced me to. I had never seen it and he was so excited. Great memories of wrapping presents and watching it over and over. Then watching our children fall in love with the movie and hearing there belly laughs year after year. All from one little movie!

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    danielle greenwood says:

    I love a Miracle on 34th street, such a sweet christmas movie with a good happy ending.

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    michele huey says:

    I can’t wait to see the rest of this month’s release! I say this every month, but I see a lot I want!! My favorite holiday movies air on tv every year, Charlie Brown’s X-mas and Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. I grew up watching them every year and it brings back so many wonderful memories for me.

    You outdo yourselves every month!

    Thanks…michele h..

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    Tanya Caudill says:

    It wouldn’t be Christmas without watching a Christmas Story! I love the way it is narrated and it is so funny! I can watch it all day while hanging out with my family.

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    samtha johnson says:

    My favorite holiday moive is “it’s a wonderful life”. it’s just not the holiday without it….maybe next year you could make a bell stamp and die? wishful thinking.

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    theresa says:

    My favorite holiday movie is National Lampoon’s Christmas vacation, we love the part where there is a squirrel in the tree, we put a beanie baby squirrel in our tree every year! I love how the holiday is so crazy and yet we all just want to be with our families and share the holiday with each other.

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    Polly says:

    I love Home Alone..it just cracks me up! There are so many funny lines from it and I love how Kevin outsmarts the 2 crooks.

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    Becs Attwood says:

    I am very excited about the great stuff coming out this month – so inspiring. Would you believe I can’t think of any favorite “Christmas” movies – does the Sound of Music count? They play that on TV every year at Christmas & I love it – takes me back to when I saw it on the big screen for the 1st time when I was 5 & I hid under the seat when I thought the bad guys were going to catch them!

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    Lori Cullen says:

    A Charlie Brown Christmas for two reasons. One, I always loved it growing up. Waiting for it to be on TV and when it finally appeared it meant that Christmas was truly coming. Two, my two boys first fell in love with it two Christmases ago and there is nothing sweeter than a 4 and 7 year old belting out “Hark the Herald Angels Sing!” I love that my sons and I share this special holiday show.

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    Oh boy that’s a hard one because I love the holidays and have literally all the holiday DVD movies, lol! But I’d have to say my favorite has always been “A Christmas Carol” but only the one with George C. Scott! Always sentimental, traditional and uplifting to watch cuddled up on the couch with my hubby and kids and the Christmas tree lights twinkling around us.
    Love this release, but hey who am I kidding I love them all πŸ™‚ Thanks!

    hugz,
    Suzanne J Dean

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    Nancy Ludwick says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life is a favorite Christmas movie–love to have it on while I’m wrapping gifts.

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    Barb S says:

    Well, my favorite holiday “movie” is really a TV show and I remember it when it first played on TV. It’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas”! Whenever I hear the music, I remember the excitement of anticipating Christmas as a child. πŸ™‚

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    Vicki McCully says:

    My favorite Holiday Movie is Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer because it is an all time Holiday Classic.

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    Trinka King says:

    A Wonderful Life…its a great holiday movie with a true meaning of people helping others. I could watch it over and over again and I do.

  • 236
    Karin says:

    Favorite holiday movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life”. It has become especially meaningful because our daughter surprised us with a puppy on Christmas morning eight years ago. She named him Bailey for us after the family in the movie. Our Bailey has brought us much love and laughter.

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    I think it’s a tie between It’s a Wonderful Life (such a great story and amazing cast…timeless) and White Christmas (I love those old dance/musicals, and it’s also a wonderful story).

  • 238
    Heidi Gore says:

    I really like “It’s a Wonderful Life.” It reminds me of a simpler time in the world and even takes your mind back in time for the few short hours while it is on. Reminds me how good and giving people can really be.

  • 239

    I love Charlie Brown’s Christmas! I love the speech LInus makes and the reminder that although we are all imperfect, if we love one another we can become perfect in Christ our Savior. And of course I love the classic The Grinch who Stole Christmas. (The old version!) The music, the characters and the wonderful rhyming narrator. its all just perfect. A wonderful way to enjoy the holiday!

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    Debbie Harris says:

    My favorite holiday movie? It’s hard to pick just one, but I think it probably would be It’s a Wonderful Life. My husband loves it too, I look forward to the two of us sitting down in front of that movie during the busy holiday season, it seems to bring back the true importance of the holidays and all year.

  • 241
    michelle l says:

    I love Christmas movies! It would be hard to pick just one, but I’d say my favorite is “White Christmas” because the music is fun, the movie has a little romance, and the happy ending includes snow! πŸ™‚

  • 242
    Priscilla Heistad says:

    I am such a sucker for The Santa Clause. It is silly, but always entertaining each time I watch it.

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    Brooke says:

    We are just starting to build a holiday movie collection, so far we have The Polar Express, so that’s my favourite. I know my son is going to love watching it with us this year. The joy I see in him when he experiences the most simple of Christmas traditions is just so magical!

    Love all of the new releases, particularly the colours this month.

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    Angela Fisk says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” – the original cartoon one. I’m not sure why, but I always look forward to seeing it.

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    TJohnson says:

    Miracle on 34th Street because, to me, it embodies everything magical about the Christmas season!

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    Eva C says:

    I really did not have a favorite Christmas movie until I met my hubby. At Thanksgiving he would go on and on about “putting your eye out” (Christmas Story). I have grown to love the movie because it is something that makes him laugh and smile. He waits in anticipation like a little kid for that movie to come on each year. Frahrararahrarararah…..such joy!

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    Amber K. says:

    I think my favorite is Elf. I just think it is a fun movie to watch and think Will Ferrel is hilarious in it.

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    Diane Jaquay says:

    I have several favorites, A Christmas Story, It’s a Wonderful Life, and Elf. A Christmas Story and Elf make me laugh no matter how many times I watch them, and It’s a Wonderful Life always makes me cry, it’s so heart warming!

  • 249
    Dee Rose says:

    I love comedy and my holiday favorites are Christmas Vacation and Home Alone. I will always love the classic animated Charlie Brown Christmas. What a great release you are having this month and thanks so much for a chance to win this fabulous prize package!

  • 250
    Gabriela says:

    I love Its a Wonderful Life… I saw it for the first time years ago with my boyfriend (now husband)… Since then we have always watched that movie around the holidays and how we need to appreciate our lives.
    Thank you for the chance to win! I would love to be the lucky one!

  • 251
    Melissa Ladd says:

    I’d have to say A Christmas Story…because I have memories of watching it with my family when I was a child and also as an adult.

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    jen shears says:

    A Christmas Story- so fun & my husband & I will quote it year-round…. FRA-GEE-LAY!!! πŸ™‚

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    Mary Webb says:

    My favorite movie is Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. The characters are great and the lesson is endearing.

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    Kari D says:

    Old movie: White Christmas (who doesn’t love to see everyone stand and salute when the general walks in?)
    New movie: The Holiday (ok, who doesn’t love see everyone stand and applaude when the author walk in?)

    THANKS so much for the chance to win such an amazing group of products this month!!!!

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    Barb Yurich says:

    Oh, most definitely “White Christmas”. I have 5 sisters and we all played the sisters’ roles all the time. I watch it year round, not just during the holidays!!

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    Lucille Bentley says:

    The bishop’s wife with Cary Grant, David NIven and Loretta Young. I also like the newer version with Denzel Washington and Whitney Houston.

  • 257

    I just can’t go past Miracle on 34th Street – ANY version – LOL. It’s not Christmas until I’ve seen it so it’s a good job I have it on DVD – LOL
    xXx

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    Laura Boyd says:

    My favorite is a A Christmas Carol, any version. I love watching the redemption of what appears to be the most dispicable person. If gives us all hope that no matter what we do, someone will always love us, see the good in us, and show us the way when we are lost.

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    I don’t know if anyone has heard of this, but my favorite movie is One Magic Chistmas with Mary Steenburgen. Come to think of it, I think the Hallmark Channel airs it. But anyway, I remember watching it as a child. For some reason it really moved me and it has been a favorite ever since. Of course I have tons of other favorites like Home Alone, A Christmas Story, A Christmas Carol, and Christmas Vacation, but One Magic Christmas is an all-time classic in my book.

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    marilyn says:

    I love both versions of Miracle on 34th Street….it’s just a magical story. Thanks for the chance to win… what a great release this month!

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    joyce h says:

    “Meet me in St. Louis” which isn’t really a holiday movie, I guess, but it has Judy Garland singlng “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” to Margaret O”Brien in one corny scene that makes me cry every time!

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    Robin W says:

    I love White Christmas–it has wonderful music and I love how the story comes full circle at the end with the recreation of the war setting the movie begins with. We even named out dogs Wallace and Davis after the main characters. This is one we watch every year!

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    karen q says:

    I love White Christmas. There is nothing like an old Bing Crosby movie.

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    Kim Palmer says:

    My favorite holiday movie is The Christmas Shoes with Rob Lowe. I watch it every year and still cry every time!

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    Ilina Crouse says:

    A Christmas Story. We watch is every single Xmas since I moved to the US.

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    Peggy Allen says:

    I like the Charlie Brown Christmas because it tells the true story of Christ birth. Thank you so much Nicole and DT’s for the wonderful holiday inspiration you have given during this release. I am truly inspired.
    God bless and Happy Holidays!

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    Laura B says:

    We love A Christmas Story at our house – we watch it every Christmas Eve and it never gets old!

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    Pam Douglas says:

    A Christmas Carol definitely. Too many people forget the meaning of Christmas…

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    Renee says:

    I would have to say “National Lampoons Christmas Vacation” because it always makes me laugh and there is no such thing as laughing too much!!!!!

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    Laura Fitzgerald says:

    I know it’s not the typical holiday movie everyone thinks of, but my favorite is Love Actually… Everyone finds their own kind of happiness and peace, through different stories and different circumstances.

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    Nancy Lempinen says:

    I guess I’d have to pick “It’s A Wonderful Life” because it is! Inever get tired of seeing it. It’s a wonderful family movie that reminds us that it’s family and faith that are the most important things in our lives.

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    Allison L says:

    Favorite Holiday movie…has to be Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer as told by Burl Ives. Such a valuable lesson of belonging and finding importance in life. Ahhh…sweet childhood memories!!!

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    Teddra says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Home Alone. My entire extended family has a tradition of going to see a movie on Christmas night and that’s the movie that started it all.

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    Michelle H says:

    Elf! It makes me giggle like a child.

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    I love Charlie Brown Christmas. It never gets old no matter what the age of the person watching!

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    Angela says:

    I love Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – the story, the characters, and the songs. And if Santa is watching me right now, I’ve been a good girl and I would love this prize package for Christmas. Thanks so very much for all of the delight you’ve shared with us this week!

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    judy workman says:

    We love the Polar Express. It is just a family favorite that we watch several times a year. I hope dvd’s don’t wear out or we will all be very sad!

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    Janelle says:

    A Christmas Story will never get old… I also enjoy Muppets Christmas, too… Lots of great family memories πŸ™‚ Thanks!!!

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    Ang says:

    We all love A Christmas Story. My husband was raised in that era and can really relate to the movie. It always inspires him to share childhood stories with me and the kids.
    Aang

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    I love “How the grinch stole Christmas” it’s just fun! I’m also a sucker for all animated cartoons, rudolph, frosty, love em all.

  • 281
    Brianna B from AZ says:

    I’d love to win this

  • 282
    Kathy says:

    A Christmas Story is my favorite. I always watched it as a child with my dad. Last year was the first time my little guys were into it. They were hysterical when the father brought home the leg lamp. It was so much fun to watch it with them! I love how they always run a marathon showing of it on Christmas day! Can’t wait until midnight to see the entire release. Thanks for giving us the opportunity to win a fabulous prize!

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    Cindy Vernon says:

    It used to be Miracle on 34th street, the original with Natalie Wood. My favorite now is Elf, such a fun and happy and innocent movie that really gets me in the holiday spirit.

  • 284
    Sarah Doyle says:

    Polar Express…I watch it with my kiddos every December! ” Hot, Hot, Hot, Hot Chocolate…” my favorite part is to turn that song up and dance around our living room πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance!

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    Jeni says:

    I have to say “A Christmas Story”. It is my Dad’s favorite movie at Christmas time. We have to watch it every Christmas. Now that my Dad is suffering from dementia seeing this movie brings back lots of wonderful memories.

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    Linda E says:

    My favorite holiday movie is It’s A WOnderful Life. I love watching it in black and white. I remember watching it as a child and my mother letting me stay up past my bedtime to see the end. I love all the warm Christmas memories it conjurs up. Thanks for the chance.

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    Leora says:

    It has to be “It’s a Wonderful Life!” I saw it in college during exams. I cry every time and it brings back wonderful memories along with the tears. I’m sappy I know!

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    Debra B. says:

    Christmas Vacation. It is tradition to watch it every Christmas Eve.The part with the squirrel makes me laugh so hard, I end up crying. Poor Clark, he tries sooo hard!!

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    Rikka D says:

    A Christmas Story is our family favorite! We watch every year~it wouldn’t be Christmas without it!

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    Cyndie says:

    Hmmm…favorite holiday movie…I think I will have to say A Christmas Carol–the version with George C. Scott. It just gets me, you know? And I also like to read the original story (again!) every year, because it’s impossible to put all of Dickens’ dry humor into a movie.

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    Kris says:

    Oh goodness, that’s an easy one. The holidays are not complete unless we watch “White Christmas”. We know every word, every line, every song…..simply delightful!!!!

  • 292
    Janine says:

    My favorite movie for the holiday is “The Holiday”. It is funny, realistic, and romantic with a sweet ending. I don’t think it is really a Christmas movie but we’ve made it one in our family!!

  • 293
    Mia says:

    My family loves “A Charlie Brown Christmas”… just thinking about it puts a smile on my face. The music, the messages it conveys – absolute perfection!!

  • 294
    Alison says:

    Oh, I know it’s cliched, but I’m such an “It’s A Wonderful Life” girl. We watch it every Christmas Eve!

  • 295
    Sheryl says:

    There are a bunch, but the one that I really love , (believe it or not) is Elf!!!! We have it on DVD and we can all pretty much “mouth” the words to the entire silly movie! It cracks us up and we still laugh after seeing it over and over! (close second would have to be The Grinch with Jim Carrey!- hysterical!)

  • 296

    I think I would have to say A Christmas Story…I just love those dogs when they devour the turkey and the Christmas Duck at the Fa Ra Ra Ra Ra !!!

  • 297
    Betty Sue Warring says:

    I love It’s A Wonderful Life…watch almost every Thanksgiving to kick off the Christmas Season. What a great classic!!
    Betty Sue

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    Sherry says:

    It’s not really a movie but I love “How the Grinch Stole Christmas”! Moviewise my favorite is “Miracle on 34th Street.” It is such a magical movie!

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    Bonnie Ditto says:

    Polar Express. It was my daughters favorite book and when the movie came we all went together even though they are all grown. They all have silver bells.

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    TracyTracy says:

    It’s fun reading everyone else’s picks- Elf- yes, thats a good one, I agree! But mine is Sound of Music, as back in the days when you had to wait for something to come on TV in order to watch, it was on every year around Christmas. My Favourite things has become a bit of a christmas song too…. so I am not the only one, right??

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    Marge R. says:

    A Wonderful Life, a true classic, for me. Love the nostalgia of seeing it again every year!!!

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    Paula Laird says:

    I love, love, love A Muppet Christmas Carol. Michael Caine and singing vegetable puppets = holiday happiness! πŸ™‚

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    jmp says:

    Fav holiday movie…definitely Charlie Brown Christmas! Aside from the fact that it’s a class, I love the message and the music! My hubs even has the piano music and plays the songs for me throughout the season πŸ™‚ Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  • 304
    Jan S says:

    My favorite holiday movie has got to be A Christmas Story. Gotta love Ralphie! This one’s a classic–we love it year after year!

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    Wendy F. says:

    I love them all – but my favorite is probably Miracle on 34th Street (the original). Of course, you have to love A Christmas Story and Christmas Vacation!!

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    Peggy Sue says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is The Christmas Story. My daughters have watched this movie together for many a year and always laugh as those it is the first time they have ever seen it. It always makes my heart happy to hear their laughter.

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    Robbie Baker says:

    It’s A Wonderful Life. I love everything about it from James Stewart (my favorite) to the message it sends. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 308
    Liz J. says:

    Most definitely…100%…absolutely and positively “Miracle on 34th Street” An entire movie about believing in a dream and watching it come true…what better holiday magic is there than that!!!!

  • 309
    Katie Renz says:

    My favorite holiday movie is the original Miracle on 34th Street. I love the ending of course! The title says it all.

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    Sara Roberts says:

    Hands down A Christmas Story! I think it’s hysterical and laugh every time I watch it. As soon as Thanksgiving is over it’s on at least once a week in my house and I get giddy on Christmas Eve knowing that it’s going to be on for 24 hours!

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    Maria BF says:

    A Christmas Story used to be our favorite, but then the Santa Clause movies (with Tim Allen) came out. They are funny, yet heartwarming and focus on the importance of family. My kids even like to watch them throughout the year because they’re great!

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    Meghan says:

    My all-time favourite holiday movie is Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer: the one with Burl Ives singing “Silver and Gold.”

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    Avital says:

    Berlin’s “White Christmas” because it’s a classic and the songs are melting my heart (even though I’m actually Jewish).

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    Kathy T says:

    My favorite movie is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. I AM Clark! I have such high expectations of Christmas that can’t truly be fulfilled. But in the end if your family is around, even crazy cousin Eddie, it will be ok. Every year on black friday, I gather the family (even made my mom in her 80’s) come watch the movie and get into the christmas spirit.

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    Danny says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is The Polar Express. There is something magical about watching it with our children and seeing their reaction at the end–the bell.

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    Susan H. says:

    One of my favorite holiday movies are both versions of Miracle of 34th St. I think that they are both very well done and the story is applicable to more than the holiday time. Thank you for a chance to win!

  • 317
    Alyssa Clawson says:

    Nothing puts me in the holiday spirit like Holiday Inn with Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire. I watch it every year!

  • 318
    Heidi says:

    My favourite Holiday Movie is The Santa Claus with Tim Allen. It’s funny, cute, and I love the Reindeer!

  • 319
    Colleen K says:

    Thats easy! It’s A Wonderful Life because my husband proposed to me while we were watching it 21 years ago! (plus it is just a fantastic movie and Jimmy Stewart is awesome!)

  • 320
    Sally says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is the Santa Clause. I love the twist on the movie and the magic christmas holds.

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    Chris Hawley says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life! It’s a good reminder to be thankful in our lives! I love Christmastime! Thanks for sharing your creativity with the world!

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    Amrita says:

    It’s so hard to pick just one favorite! I love watching holiday movies – even the silly ones that are made for TV. I scour the TV guides for them every season. But my top favorites are It’s a Wonderful Life, Miracle on 34th Street and White Christmas.

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    Lemur says:

    My favorite holiday movie is A Christmas Carol, (Alistair Sim version). I love the idea that even if one gets off track, one can always start fresh!

  • 324
    Teresa says:

    At this time it is Polar Express. It is fun to see my daughter still believing in Santa. We saw a child last year pick up a bell in a store and shake it. Of course the little ball didn’t sound right and she said it was broke. My daughter overheard and whispered to me “she doesn’t believe, Santa won’t come see her”. We also have a little bell like the one in the movie and we “check” it when we take it out of the box.

    I would love to win tonight also since it is my birthday πŸ˜‰

  • 325
    Tammie Koehnen says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “It’s a wonderful life”. It’s my favorite because it reminds me what is really important in life. Thanks for another GREAT release Nicole, and a chance to win.

  • 326
    christinem says:

    We love to watch all the Home Alone movies as a family. Some fun family time!

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    Anna K. says:

    I think my all-time fave is White Christmas. I just LOVE the music! However, tied for a very VERY close second would have to be the 1994 remake of Miracle on 34th Street and The Santa Clause. And we can’t forget about Love Actually and The Holiday… Can you tell I ADORE Christmas movies?? πŸ™‚

  • 328
    Kristii says:

    Christmas is my favorite time of the year!!! We love Christmas movies and make it a point to watch as many as possible during the season. The movie we usually watch more than once is Elf…such a silly, lighthearted movie. It just fills us with the joy of the season!

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    Tina Holliday says:

    I have so many…I think my all time favorite is Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. I have wonderful warm memories watching that as a kid and now it is more exciting to be able to share it with my own children.

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    Teresa Brada says:

    My favorite holiday movie is It’s a wonderful Life. It is a classic and it portrays what Christmas is all about.

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    Ohh, I love holiday movies! But the one that I can watch over and over again, and never tire of, has to be It’s a Wonderful Life! I love how the story weaves together all those little moments of George’s life that seemed so inconsequential at the time, but turned out to make such a huge difference. A good reminder for us all!

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    Kriss says:

    I absolutely LOVE The Polar Express! Unfortunately, the rest of my family doesn’t! But, I still make them watch anyway ;). There are so many emotions that are evoked when I watch it, the joy, the wonder, the anticipation, the mystery, the excitement, all things Santa and Christmas wrapped into one wonderful movie!

  • 333
    April Z. says:

    That’s a hard question to answer because I love holiday movies, but my favorite is probably It’s A Wonderful Life with The Muppet’s Christmas Carol coming in 2nd.

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    Jeannine says:

    “it’s a wonderful life” is my favorite holiday movie. even though it is fictional, we all make a difference in someone’s life.
    thanks for sharing your creativity w/ all of us.

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    sandy says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is A Christmas Carol. I always make sure to see when it will be showing on TV. I should buy the video so that I can just watch it whenever I want to. I love the old classic movies with Christmas themes.

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    Oh Elf gets me every time! “You smell like beef and cheese! You don’t smell like Santa!” I think by the time I’m embroiled in the holiday hustle and bustle, a good laugh can cure any stresses!!

  • 337
    Pam says:

    A Christmas Story…it is timeless and a classic. Great for all ages. You can watch it every year and have a laugh. Who wouldn’t want a lamp that is in the shape of a leg.

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    Heather B. says:

    Christmas brings out the best sentimental movies…and I love that! With that being said, my favorite Christmas movie is “Christmas Vacation.” Because sometimes you just have to laugh! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Heather B.

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    Janis says:

    National Lampoons Christmas Vacation! Chevy Chase just cracks me up…everything about that movie is hilarious! What a great release! Can’t wait to get my hands on all the new goodies.

  • 340

    By far my favorite holiday movie is A Christmas Story. I’ve never seen another movie that comes so close to capturing Christmas from a kid’s point of view. I actually just watched it the other day and was cracking up! The quest for the Red Rider BB gun is classic! Thanks for the chance to win this fabulous prize package πŸ™‚

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    Glee says:

    I so love “Christmas Vacation” with Chevy Chase! You should see me know with this big, big grin on my face…the comedic acting of that movie is priceless!

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    Leah says:

    My favorite has to be It’s A Wonderful Life. A timeless movie on how one person’s life can and does affect others around him. Makes me appreciate my own life and causes me to examine myself to make sure that my existence will make a difference .

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    Ivette says:

    My favorite holiday movie is A Christmas Carol. We have almost every version of the movie and watch them over and over during the holiday season. The story makes you stop and think about what is really important in life. The message is simple, but powerful. This is always a special tradition in my home.

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    Susan Wesley says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life has been a holiday tradition for decades. Now I have my two little girls watching it and soon I hope that they will be able to quote from the movie like I can! πŸ™‚ I love this movie because it teaches you to cherish what you have in life, embrace it and be thankful for it. I don’t need this movie to remind me of all that I am grateful for. But I do love to watch it as it teaches me a new lesson every year.

  • 345
    Kathleen A says:

    My favorite holiday movie is the only video I every actually purchased. It’s a Wonderful Life! Such a heartwarming feel good movie.

  • 346
    Jen Adcock says:

    As a PP just comented …Love Actually! I totally forgot about this movie on first thought, but it is so lovely indeed, how everthing and everyone comes together on Christmas. Just Magic! With the kids in mind, I love Nightmare on Elm Street. Not that it is anything amazing as a movie, but I love how my kids brave it each Halloween and scare themselves silly, despite having seen it many times over. That movie gets a lot of “fun” milage. I love that they love it so.

  • 347
    Monica M. says:

    My favorite holiday movie has to be A Christmas Story. It has some very lighthearted moments, and it really helps to take away some of that holiday stress.

  • 348
    Monica L says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life, who can resist Zuzu’s petals and Jimmy Stewart is such a good guy.

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    liz in MO says:

    I was going to say It’s a Wonderful Life, then I read the very first comment about A Charlie Brown Christmas and I thought “she’s right, the show, the music, everything!” It’s not a movie, but it still means Christmas is coming. But, if you need a movie, then it’s got to be It’s a Wonderful Life.

  • 350
    April Herbst says:

    I actually like to watch HOME ALONE (the first one) during the holidays… it brings back fond memories from when I used to watch it with my family years ago when I was younger. My son now watches it and loves it!

  • 351
    Dawn Pessa says:

    Best Christmas movie ever…no doubt it is A Christmas Story. I love the movie and watch it every year. I have even gotten the kids into it too. I just love the holidays πŸ™‚

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    elaine says:

    Love Actually. My daughters and I love it. We watch it over and over.

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    Donna Lovejoy says:

    My all time favorite, as a child, and as a mother, is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The rhyme and rhythm of the story, along with the sweet message is timeless.

  • 354
    Maryse N says:

    It’s the Grinch (the tv show, not the Jim Carrey remake). Every year me and my Dad watch it together. We’ve been doing this for over 30 years and it just feels like Christmas when we watch it together.

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    Lisa S. says:

    I love to watch Christmas on 34th Street. So simple and heartwarming!

  • 356
    Kristi says:

    Christmas Vacation. LOVE that movie – makes me laugh every time!!!

  • 357
    Dee says:

    I’ve always been a fan of Miracle on 34th Street! The kid in me always wants to “believe”. I love everything Christmas!

  • 358
    Carol H says:

    I love Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, because I have such great memories of watching it over and over with my daughter when she was little. She watched it all year long!

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    micheleB says:

    It’s a tie between Sound of Music – for some reason it was always on TV right around Christmas (so I consider it a Christmas movie)I love the songs and dancing how love and family are all that matters, and It’s a Wonderful Life, which I didn’t come to appreciate until my husband introduced me to it, it’s his favourite holiday movie and now it’s become a joint tradition for the both of us.

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    Laura I says:

    I’m a girl who LOVES to laugh, and nothing makes me laugh harder than National Lampoon Christmas! When Chevy Chase runs around that house with the squirrel attached to his shoulder, I bust a gut EVERY time. LOL even thinking about it!

  • 361
    Sandy Vincent says:

    I have loved Elf ever since I saw it a few years back. Besides being cute and funny, it has a good message.

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    see mary stamp says:

    No contest with this question – It’s a Wonderful Life with Jimmy Stewart because of the powerful message it sends about the impact each person has.

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    yVETTE F. says:

    Polar Express with Tom Hanks…I love the story the animation, the spirit. My son was just a little thing when it came out and loved trains. We have the music cd as well and play it every year when decorating. I always purchase the Polar Express ornaments from Hallmark and the bells. Thanks!

  • 364
    Ann Alyea says:

    White Christmas. It just always makes me feel good and in the Christmas spirit.

  • 365
    tinamarie says:

    I LOVE Christmas With The Kranks for a comedy Christmas Movie and My all time favorite though A Christmas Carol with Alastaire Sims.
    It is truly a classic.

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    Lena says:

    Home Alone. I think it shows that no matter what, family is very important.

  • 367
    Kim Bell says:

    My favorite, Christmas Vacation!! It makes me laugh everytime I watch it! Now my son is old enough to really enjoy it and he “gets” the humor in it too!

  • 368
    JenniferKC. says:

    I always knew it was getting close to Christmas as a kid when “A Charlie Brown Christmas” came on TV. I loved it as a little girl and still do now as an adult!

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    Ruth says:

    The Polar Express. After having read the story to numerous groups of students, it was nice to see it animated. It keeps the charm of the story and the bell keeps ringing each and every holiday season.

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    Gigi says:

    How the Grinch Stole Christmas (animated version) is my fave! Who can resist little Cindy Lou Who? Classic Dr. Seuss!

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    martha k. says:

    OMG …. White Christmas, without a doubt! I’ve always dreamed of going to an inn like the one in the movie ever since I was little. A cup of hot chocolate, something sweet to eat, my cozy blanket and I’m all set to watch that movie! It’s an annual tradition for me. I have it on VHS, think I should upgrade to a DVD this year! Happy Holidays everyone!!

  • 372
    Holly F. says:

    Mine is not a movie…but I always loved the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer TV show. I still watch it but now with my kids.

  • 373
    Terri Moore says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Elf because it is so funny.

  • 374
    Deb Else says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life because it shows how much family means to each other, and what they will do to support each other.

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    Hannah Aitken says:

    My favorite Christmas movie of all time would have to be A Christmas Story! It’s a classic Christmas staple and so funny. πŸ˜€ I have such fond memories of watching it with my family – which is the most important part of the Christmas Season. πŸ™‚

    You’ll shoot your eye out! πŸ˜› πŸ™‚

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    anne says:

    Little Drummer Boy is my favorite. My children loved this movie and even though it has been 40 plus years since they were little I can still feel them snuggled under my arms as we all shed a tear or two. Such a warm fuzzy memory.

  • 377
    Lori Weinberg says:

    Charlie Brown Christmas. I have such great memories of watching it every year with my sister and now I watch it with my kids! It’s always good to remember the true meaning of Christmas. Wonderful release… again!

  • 378
    Amy Ward says:

    “You’re gonna shoot your eye out!” Can you guess? Yep, Christmas Story. Not only is it funny, but I have great memories of watching it as a kid. Everyone wanted a Red Rider BB Gun or a leg lamp after that movie!

  • 379
    Mary says:

    I love reading everyone’s comments and I think that everyone is so nice and sweet and then I have to say that mine is Christmas Vacation. Just sitting here thinking about that classic comedy cracks me up. I guess I just labeled myself a redneck but I don’t care because “I don’t care who you are that’s funny”. What’s not to love about Cousin Eddie. Thanks for the question and the wonderful new release.

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    Krista says:

    Mine is definitely Elf. It makes me smile. It makes me laugh. Will Ferrell makes a great elf πŸ˜‰

  • 381
    Vanessa G says:

    My favorite holiday movie is ELF! Love this movie because it’s hilarious and buddy the elf is full of laughs! Can’t wait for the items in this awesome release!!

  • 382
    cecilia chin-yet says:

    i’m not a big holiday movie fan but last year’s prep and landing has become a favorite and is locked on our dvr.

  • 383
    Mary E. says:

    My all time favorite Christmas movie is One Magic Christmas!!! The entire movie is heartwarming and very inspiring! I love the angel Gabriel. A must-see classic!!!

  • 384
    Rita says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life…because my dad introduced me to this classic. It’s just not Christmas without watching this movie. It will always remind me of my dad.

  • 385
    GGranfors says:

    My favorite is Christmas Story. I grew up in the Cleveland area and around here it is the quintessential holiday movie!

  • 386
    Stephanie Washburn says:

    I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Charlie Brown Christmas (and all the other Charlie Brown movies!)! Thank you so much for the chance to win this amazing prize!

  • 387
    Caren B says:

    It’s kind of a silly one, but I love Christmas Vacation!

  • 388
    Betty says:

    National Lampoons Christmas Vacation! It is just totally funny, has many classic lines, and reminds us why family is so important.

  • 389
    Elizabeth V. says:

    We love A Christmas Story at our house. We watch it every year and the have for so long that the kids can recite whole passages of dialog which just sweetens the experience for me. Thanks for offering the great prize!!

  • 390
    Amy O says:

    I think it must be How the Grinch Stole Christmas (the old cartoon version). It reminds me of my childhood and now I love sharing it with my children. Dr. Seuss is such a classic.

  • 391
    Kelly Pitzlin says:

    My favorite holiday movie is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation! I made my 12 year old niece watch it last year, she pretended she didn’t like it, but I knew she really did πŸ™‚

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    Kathy H says:

    I love Elf! It is funny, sad, whimsical, hysterical and appeals to every generation. I love Buddy especially when he says “I love smiling. Smiling’s my favorite!”

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    Nancy Batchelder says:

    I have 2 movies that are a big tradition in our house–White Christmas–mostly due to the song “Sisters” My sister and I love to do this one together. The other is “Xmas Vacation” w/ Chevy Chase. I am just dying laughing inside thinking about it. Yeah Christmas movies.

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    Debra B-H says:

    The original “Miracle on 34th Street” with Natalie Woods. It just warms my heart to see “Susan” and her mom change to where they too can believein miracles.

  • 395
    laura j says:

    Miracle on 34th Street has been my favorite holiday movie! It makes you want to “believe” in Santa Claus and brings back the spirit of Christmas when I watch it each year!

  • 396
    Janet says:

    I have a soft spot for “The Muppets Christmas Carol”. I remember seeing it as a child and now love watching it with my own daughters.

  • 397
    Margaret Peltier says:

    White Christmas for me -although I am not a snow person – but I love it to snow on Christmas Eve and be gone Christmas night – it is just not Christmas without snow! How the lights twinkle on the snow to me is just breathtaking……….this from someone who’s daughter was born four days before Christmas and that year it was 60 degrees out in New England and still very green!!! A wonderful release- I would love to be the recipient of all the goodies!

  • 398
    Billie D says:

    It would have to be Elf. It has become part of our Christmas tradition. We watch it every Christmas Eve before the kids go to sleep. They still get a kick out of it after all this time. Thanks for a wonderful stamp release this month.

  • 399
    C Burke says:

    “It’s a Wonderful Life” is one of my favorites because it’s a story of hope, love and friendship.

  • 400
    Kim Dalton says:

    Love Actually is one of my favorites! I love it so much that I watch it several times a year, not just at Christmas! My husband loves it too!!

  • 401
    KathyFL says:

    My all time fav Christmas movie is White Christmas.We watched it when I was growing up and it is the one movie I never miss! It reminds me of my dad…and I love that!

  • 402
    berryblue says:

    I love White Christmas! I always watch it while I wrap presents. I love Elf, too! Makes me laugh!

  • 403
    Brittney Mitchell says:

    Miracle on 34th Street. I love the innocence of that movie. Every year I have watched since I was a little girl. I am now 40 and its still magical for me.

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    Nicole K. says:

    Although it isn’t a “true” holiday movie, I remember as a little girl that The Sound of Music would always come on during the holiday season. I remember watching that movie with my mom and it has always been a very special memory for me. Whenever I think of the holidays, I think of that movie and my mom.

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    Marjorie Henseler says:

    Maybe A Charlie Brown Christmas, because there is just something that tugs at me about it. But Polar Express is very cool too and I have fond memories of watching it with the neighbor kids when I had to babysit them suddenly.
    From my childhood, probably Miracle on 34th Street. That brings back memories from long ago when I felt the magic of Christmas as a child.

  • 406
    Jennie C says:

    For me, it is a toss up between Miracle on 34th Street and It’s a Wonderful Life. I can’t even remember when I saw them for the first time!

  • 407
    Connie says:

    One of my favorites from my childhood: A Charlie Brown Christmas. Why my favorite? because they emphasize the birth of Christ in their little Christmas play.

  • 408
    Rose A says:

    The family Stone has to be my newest favourite. I love the story arc, the real characters, and although not exactly a happy ending, it shows how important family is-a really great movie!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!!!

  • 409
    Jenifer says:

    Oh, I didn’t even have to think twice! Definitely Christmas Vacation! The humor and the crazy family members, I can watch it anytime of year and still roll on the floor laughing, what a stress relief for me!

  • 410
    Cheryl says:

    I am a HUGE fan of the claymation “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” (and all the others, too). I just get so nostalgic when I watch those, and I have gotten my kids hooked, too. They just bring me back to my childhood.

  • 411
    Carmen says:

    A Christmas Story!!! I still remember watching it for the first time with my dad… and it is a funny movie, that tells a lot of true things about the time around Christmas…

    A very close second is Elf! …I guess I like to laugh!

  • 412
    Lee Anne says:

    Nothing is better than Charlie Brown Christmas and sweet, little Linus reminding us all what it’s about.

    I have LOVED this release and cannot wait to get my hands on everything! Thank you, thank you!

  • 413
    Jamie Ryan says:

    White Christmas… most definitely! But also The Sound of Music. I know it’s not specifically a holiday movie, but they showed it on TV in December when I was growing up, so I automatically think it’s a holiday movie.

  • 414
    Amy says:

    My favorite holiday movie is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation….just hilarious! I can watch this one over and over!

  • 415

    I am a White Christmas fan – love the spirit of the movie not to mention the music and dancing.
    But maybe even more than that are the memories of watching it with family and friends each year! Thanks for the chance to play – what a great spread of goodies : )

  • 416
    jennifer l. says:

    Love Actually. It’s not a traditional Christmas movie but it has so many stories of love around Christmas. Love this release. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 417
    Kelly P says:

    I love The Ref! Very realistic holiday movie!

  • 418
    Tammie J. says:

    Miracle on 34th street because it embodies everything magical about the Christmas season!

  • 419
    Cassie K says:

    I don’t think I have just one, but if I must narrow it down to that then I will go with Miracle on 34th St. Who says you’re too old to believe in the big jolly guy πŸ˜‰

  • 420
    Renee Lynch says:

    I don’t anyone else would consider this a Holiday movie, but I associate it with Thanksgiving, What the Deaf Man Heard by Hallmark. In 1997, a few days before Thanksgiving I gave birth to twins 13 weeks premature, both were very small and one was not expected to make it through the day. I’m from TN and was living outside of Baltimore at the time where my husband was stationed. My parents had just made it in time for their birth. The first night after the girls were born, one having been transferred to Johns Hopkins earlier that day while the other was still at the birth hospital with me, though in the NICU, that movie premiered on tv and my husband and parents were there. My Daddy had to leave the weekend after Thanksgiving to return to work while my Mom stayed on, and I never got to see him again. One month to the day of my girls birth, he was injured in a work accident and died New Years Day 1998. That was the last movie I ever got to watch with him so it holds a very special place in my heart. It may not be what others consider, but at Thanksgiving I always like to watch it because of what it means to me.

  • 421
    Becky P. says:

    My favorite holiday movie is a Christmas Story. I still remember seeing it in the theater with my brother and sister, I must have been in jr. high. We laughed so hard we cried. To this day, we always watch it at least once when TNT does the holiday marathon. It was a defining moment in my youth when my siblings and I were united as one, having a great time. Watching the movie always brings me back to that day. I cannot wait to share the experience with my children.

  • 422
    Kathy V. says:

    I really can’t say as I don’t go to movies.
    So I can why I like a certain one, because I don’t know of any.

  • 423
    Terry W says:

    It’s gotta be “It’s a Wonderful Life”! It’s just not Christmas without it!

    Terry

  • 424
    Robin W says:

    A Christmas Carol (with Patrick Stewart). I have to watch this movie every year. I love the adaptation – and Patrick Stewart’s acting – perfect!

  • 425
    Allyson says:

    I love to watch While You Were Sleeping, and I don’t really know why. Except that, I was single for a really long time, and I identified with that lonely feeling, and how delightful falling in love with someone was, and how much contentment I felt having finally found that special someone to love and have as a companion and best friend. It just makes me happy every time I watch it. πŸ˜‰ Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 426
    Kristi Lewis says:

    Our family favorite holiday movie has got to be Elf with Will Ferrell. We love that movie. It makes us smile and laugh so hard. It makes for a great family night in with a big bowl of popcorn Thanks for the chance to win this huge release. You guys are awesome.

  • 427
    Suzi says:

    Charlie Brown Christmas and I listen to the sound track on cd at work too! Everyone wants a Charlie Brown Tree! Thank you!

  • 428
    Colleen C. says:

    I absolutely love the Grinch Who Stole Christmas. The story is heartwarming and the characters dreamed up by Dr. Seuss are so original and clever. I am always spellbound when I watch it each year – always trying to see something I missed in the wonderful world of Whoville. I love the end of the story when the Grinch realizes that Christmas is more than just gifts and presents and his heart grow three sizes larger.

  • 429
    bridgette says:

    Love Actually! Even my husband will stop changing the channel on the tv is he comes across it during the holidays. Professor Snape when he’s not greasy looking gets me every time. πŸ™‚

  • 430

    If I had to pick just one I think it would have to be Charlie Browns Christmas. I loved watching it every year as a child and it seems to always take me back in time.

  • 431
    Deborah Titus says:

    I can watch A Christmas Story over and over…and it always makes me laugh.

  • 432
    Lori H says:

    I always make time to watch “It’s a Wonderful Life” around the holidays, and it HAS to be the black & white version. It is so uplifting to see how a depressed George finally realizes that his life truly has made a difference for others & that he is loved. A true classic in my opinion.

  • 433
    MaryBB says:

    The Christmas Story for sure. It’s so funny and it never gets old. Love Actually is the 1st runner up. How can you resist a christmas love story?

  • 434
    Becky B. says:

    Charlie Brown Christmas. Always a favorite and reminds me of when I was young…you know…when Christmas decorations and music weren’t in the stores until AFTER Thanksgiving. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 435
    nina says:

    So many good ones! I’d have to say the original Rudolph, because it holds so many childhood memories. Nowadays it’s so easy to record favourite shows, but when I was a kid Rudolph was only shown on tv once so it was a real treat…

  • 436
    k.,m. says:

    “It’s A Wonderful Life”……hands down…..it wouldn’t be Christmas without watching this classic with my family…..nothing like the good ol’ traditions during the holidays.

  • 437
    Maggie W says:

    My favorite is It’s a Wonderful Life. It is a terrific movie and Jimmy Stewart is one of my favorite actors. I am a classic movie buff!

  • 438
    Wendalyn says:

    Great Question – My favorite Christmas movie has always been “It’s a Wonderful Life” Me and my mom watched it every Christmas. I actually bought the DVD and it’s now a tradition with my kids at Christmas time. It doesn’t feel like Christmas without watching it. It makes me think of Christmas and Family.

  • 439
    Lynn Put says:

    Oh this is an easy one, my favorite holiday movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life”, makes me cry every time I watch it!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 440
    Donna Garvin says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is Miracle on 34th Street. We watch this every year. Both of my daughters loved this movie and looked forward to whatching it every year and now I can enjoy it with not only my daughters but my grandchildren as well. Thanks for the chance to win such a wonderful package. I really do want it all. Good luck to everyone.

  • 441
    Stephanie says:

    One of my favorite holiday movies is Elf, just because I always find it so funny. Given that we live in NYC, it is always so much fun to see films shot in this area. I also love National Lampoons Christmas Vacation! Thats definitely a great film.

  • 442
    Kari Linder says:

    I know this is totally cheesy, but our family always watches Hallmark movies during the holidays and we usually end up watching ‘A boyfriend for Christmas’! It’s such a tradition now that I really like it!!

  • 443

    A Christmas Story is one of my favorite holiday movies. You’ll shoot your eye out! The leg lamp and pink bunny suit. What is not to love! Definately a classic. And ah what a soft spot in my heart for all the old Rankin & Bass animations like Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer. Thank goodness times have elvolved and we can watch them on blue ray and dvds!

  • 444

    Easy one–Elf, followed closely by A Muppet Christmas Carol!! I just love them both–they make me smile every time!

  • 445

    I don’t know why, but I love “Holiday Inn”… it’s a musical starring Bing Crosby and I can’t remember who else. I think it’s because DH and I saw it together early in our relationship, so it holds a special place in our hearts. It was out I think way before we were even born, but it’s a really cute love story. And older movies are so much fun.

  • 446
    Dorothy says:

    White Christmas, I love musicals-though I probably wouldn’t let a lot of people know that:) I love watching Bing Crosby sing! It is a classic!

  • 447
    Linda w says:

    Thanks for the chance to win first, and my favorite Christmas movie would definitely have to be “It’s a Wonderful Life”.

    stamp on…

  • 448
    Mary (Happy Now) says:

    Hmmm… We don’t really have any Christmas movie watching traditions… But I do love How The Grinch Stole Christmas!

  • 449
    Jolene says:

    OMG!, I do not know what my favorite holiday movie is, but I guess I would say ELF with Will Ferrell. He is so funny and stupid. A great way to laugh and not have a care in the world…for an hour and half anyway πŸ™‚

    Thanks for a wonderful oppotunity to win such a fabulous set of goodies!

  • 450
    Jen Carter says:

    I’d have to say The Grinch who Stole Christmas! It’s a great story about love and redemption and I LOVE anything by Dr. Seuss!

  • 451
    carin says:

    I love Christmas – the way I feel during that time, and how much I love giving gifts to others in my family…aahh! Only 70 days!

  • 452
    Valerie S. says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Miracle on 34th street. I’m a sucker for movies about finding love unexpectedly.
    Thanks for the chance to win products from this release. All of the products are just fabulous, as always! πŸ™‚

  • 453
    Kerry A says:

    I love Polar Express! It’s a wonderful movie to watch with my children. I love the magic of it all and the message about believing (in yourself, the kindness of others, and the magic of Christmas).

  • 454
    Renee V. (happystamper05) says:

    Boy, that’s a tough one. Different movies for diffferent memories – but I will have to go with The Santa Clause with Tim Allen. I fondly remember all the “movie nights” and that being one of our favorites each year.

  • 455
    Chuck Pitzlin says:

    Die Hard! Why? “Now I have a machine gun, ho, ho, ho!” My wife would love to win this!

  • 456
    Ally V. says:

    It’s so hard to pick just one! I love A Charlie Brown Christmas, such a sweet, timeless story. And Love, Actually makes me feel so warm & fuzzy long after watching it, lol!

  • 457
    Susan Buckley says:

    Holiday movies are my very favorite. I TIVO them all. I fell in love with the Polar Express when it came out. Now that I have grandchildren (4 & 2 yrs old) and it’s even more fun watching it along with them making it a Grandma tradition.

  • 458
    Susan says:

    It’s certainly not one of the classics, but we love watching “Elf” year after year. It always gets the whole family laughing! Thanks for the chance to win October’s fabulous release – I’m keeping my fingers crossed!

  • 459

    My favourite holiday movie is Tim Burton’s “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. I know it’s a weird one but it combines two fun and special holidays, Halloween and Christmas! What could be better than that? πŸ™‚

  • 460
    Ashley M says:

    Its kinda silly but I really enjoy Elf during the holiday season. Its always good for a few laughs! πŸ™‚

  • 461
    Kris says:

    It would have to be Polar Expres since my youngest son just adores it. Reminds me when he was at the age of questioning whether he “believed”. The movie seemed to make him feel better.

  • 462

    Definitely The Santa Clause … It’s a hilarious movie! … my kids love it, it will turn you into a believer =D

  • 463
    Carol Argyle says:

    I love watching “Love Actually”. Not your typical Christmas movie but a favourite. We love the music and the lightheartedness. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  • 464
    Carol says:

    I am in love with a golden oldie called The Bishop’s Wife staring David Niven, Carey Grant and Loretta Young. It’s a story with angels and miracles and snowflakes and captures for me some of the deeper meanings of Christmas and lessons for life.

  • 465
    Sean says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Home Alone, because if you say one line from that movie in a room full of friends, 75% of them will spit out the line that follows!

  • 466
    Dana says:

    The 3 movies I HAVE to watch every Christmas are Miracle on 34th Street (the newer version) and Home Alone (the 1st and 2nd ones). It’s for purely nostalgic reasons but it’s not Christmas until I’ve seen ’em!

  • 467
    Tammy Frayne says:

    It’s not really the holiday season without watching Home Alone at least once, but I’m also a sucker for any of the made for TV Christmas movies that come on!

  • 468
    Rhonda H says:

    My Favorite is White Christmas!! I watch it several times each year. Love the music. It is tradition at our house.

  • 469
    MJ says:

    National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Hands down. Watching that movie makes me feel better about the dysfunction within my own family. Also my personal goal for whenever we’re able to buy a house… to surpass the excessiveness of Clark Griswold’s Xmas decorations. Is that even possible? =P

  • 470

    “A Charlie Brown Christmas” because who can resist when the kids all sing Hark the Herald Angels Sing at the end…I grew up with this movie and I can’t wait to introduce it to my little boy.

  • 471
    Donna Budnik says:

    Definitely White Christmas. As a child I watched it every year. I was in love with everything about the movie, the snow, the lodge, the music, and the beautiful Rosemary Clooney’s and Vera Ellen’s wardrobe. I watch it every year now with my daughters. They love it too!

  • 472
    Steph H says:

    The Grinch Who Stole Christmas, or course! A story of a vandal and thief who finds the Spirit of Christmas and turns his life around!

  • 473
    Laura says:

    Mine is probably “Its a Wonderful Life”. We watched that each Christmas when I was a kid. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 474
    Melissa D. says:

    I am sure a lot of people will say this but I LOVE “It’s a Wonderful Life” The most heartwarming story I have seen. I have to watch it every holiday season.

  • 475
    Nita says:

    This is a hard one…I have 2 favorites. First, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation because it is hilarious! And who can resist the Griswolds? Second, Miracle on 34th Street for the sentimental feelings. I will always think of my Granny, who watched this with me as I was growing up.

  • 476
    Mindy says:

    I would say Miracle on 34th Street (the remake) because it’s such a heartwarming story & I like to watch it together with my kids.

  • 477
    Marie L says:

    I have two favorites…White Christmas and It’s a wonderful life. Too bad they don’t make them like that anymore.

    Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful release package….

  • 478
    Karen James says:

    A Christmas Story for sure. Favorite part – dad’s reaction to the lamp!

  • 479
    Viki says:

    I have two. The Holiday and Elf. Thank you for the chance to win.

  • 480
    donna calamari says:

    What a fabulous release this month!!! Everything introduced is an item that I would love to use for the holidays and all year round. It’s A Wonderful Life is my favorite holiday movie. It’s message is just what the holidays are about — family, love, kindness and forgiveness. I never tire of watching it.

  • 481
    Elizabeth K says:

    National Lampoons Christmas Vacation is a
    must see every year in our house. It’s so
    silly that one can’t be in a bad mood after
    watching it. Another must see in our house is A Christmas Story–another feel good movie.

  • 482
    LindaH says:

    My favorite is White Christmas…what is there not to love about that movie…it just transports me back to a time that I would have loved to have lived in…plus a musical is just too fun!

  • 483
    Diedri Morris says:

    My favorite holiday movie is a Christmas Story. It’s just so classic, and I can’t wait for the 24-hour marathon in December!

  • 484
    Chris L. says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “A Christmas Carol” because every year, my dad and I would stay up late on Christmas Eve and try to find the 1938 version on TV. Now, with my own kids, I take them to a theater production of A Christmas Carol every year!

    Thanks for a wonderful release Nichole!

  • 485
    Maureen P says:

    Hmmm….you are going to laugh, but it’s Groundhog Day…hey, you didn’t say which holiday!! I’ve always loved this movie and will watch it whenever it comes on t.v…..okay…but here’s the really cool thing about this….I have loved this movie since it came out….and when I started dating my husband 5 years ago, we were talking about our favourite movies and when I told him mine, he laughed because that’s his birthday, Feb 2nd, Groundhog Day!!! LOL Is that a sign he was the one or what!!! LOL

  • 486
    Soh Jung Lee says:

    I would like to pick more than one movie,:)
    but I could not resist to watch “Charlie Brown Christmas” again and again when the Christmas season is coming.
    I love every songs(OST)in the movie because it carries a bit of Jazzy mood and I guess that’s all about the spirit of Christmas.

  • 487
    Claudette says:

    OMG, I have soooo many but I have to say I absolutely love National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation! I can’t not go w/o watching it during the holidays. I start watching it in Oct. LOL, that’s how much I love it!

    Thanks for the opportunity to win…hope I actually win…hahaha! Thank you! Aloha!

  • 488
    melissaT says:

    Weirdly enough, the movie I most associate with Christmas is The Sound of Music. It always used to play on either Christmas Night or Boxing Day (day after Christmas) when I was growing up!

  • 489
    Michele says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Mickey’s Christmas Carol (does that count as a movie?). I love Scrooge McDuck and it is awesome to see him in this role!

  • 490
    Ohhh Snap says:

    Elf… it just makes me laugh πŸ˜€

  • 491
    Robin says:

    WOW. that is a tough question. I love a bunch of holiday movies. I guess one of my favorites is elf. I also really like National Lampoons Vacation. I have always enjoyed comedy films around the holidays! Thanks so much for such an awesome release! I can’t wait to get items to play with!

  • 492
    Dana W says:

    White Christmas. It has become a tradition the past several years for me and my mom to catch it on tv between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Last year we could never catch the begining so we got it at the store, so we could see it begining to end.

  • 493
    Elaine -the soil scientist says:

    I am fixing to date myself but one of my favorites was Burl Ives’ Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. Burl Ives voice and the glowing red nose on a snowy Christmas Eve – Santa is on his way.

  • 494
    Chris says:

    As silly and corny as it is, I LOVE the movie Elf. My kids have grown up with it. We giggle non stop and know most of the lines. And I love Bob Newhart. Anything he’s in, is deadpan hilarious. We watch it several times throughout the year. Not just at the holidays.

  • 495
    Suzanne says:

    Frosty the Snowman! There is just something so cute and irresistible about him!

  • 496
    Katie J says:

    Elf! My son and I have a tradition of watching it while we trim the tree and then have popcorn and hot chocolate. We think it’s the funniest movie ever and never get tired of it!

  • 497
    Tanya says:

    My new favorite holiday movie is Surviving Christmas – mainly because my parents had the same green ford escort wagon in the movie and it was a huge source of laughter – we always joke that we are like that family!

  • 498
    mercerj1@comcast.net says:

    I love a Christmas Carol. We presented this play when I taught school and it has many wonderful memories for me.

  • 499
    Sheila says:

    I would have to say Elf. It’s just so funny and always makes me and my family laugh. It’s nice to be able to sit down and laugh for a while even though I’m usually all stressed out with getting everything made and finished. I am working on being done ahead of schedule this year so I’m looking forward to more time with my husband and daughter. Although she says I’ll be making things all the way up to Christmas since I can’t stand not working on something to give someone…lol. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 500
    Karen N. says:

    A White Christmas is my favorite with the cartoon classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas as close runner up.

  • 501
    peggysue says:

    I think one of my favorite holiday movies is A Christmas Story. Thanks for the chance to win the release, its a great one!

  • 502
    Maria says:

    Not actually a holiday movie but the original Charlie & the Chocolate Factory with Gene Wilder always reminds me of my childhood christmas as they played it was on tv every christmas when I was growing up.

  • 503
    laura Webb says:

    Charlie Brown Christmas..I love that it tells the real Christmas story. It’s a classic and I have great memories of watching it when I was a kid and watching it with my own kids.

  • 504
    Stefanie says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer because it takes me back to sneaking candy canes off of the Christmas tree and drinking hot cocoa, waiting for Santy Clause to come along!

  • 505
    Jess Kruegel says:

    Oh gosh, just thinking about my favorite holiday movie – Christmas Story- makes me crack up!! It brings everyone in my family together for some wonderful laughs. Then we go around and repeat the lines. “You’ll shoot your eye out, kid.”

    thanks for a great week of inspiration, cannot wait for the relase.

  • 506
    Susie Johnson says:

    My favorite holiday movie is It’s A Wonderful Life. I cry at the end everytime I watch it. Family and friends are the most important things in life, not material items and after I watch it I feel so blessed with my life and it gives me a peaceful feeling for the holidays.

  • 507

    Hi,
    My favorite movie is polar express. I love the miracle of christmas. This movie is really wonderful.
    Thanks for the chance
    Farida

  • 508
    Kelly Braund says:

    Oh my gosh, that’s a hard one! We really love movies all year round, but I do love winter when all the kids holiday movies start & we all cuddle up to watch. Our favorites are Frosty the Snowman and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. It’s nice to share the same things with my kids that I loved at their age!

  • 509
    LouAnn says:

    There are so many good holiday movies to choose from. Two of my favorites are Elf and National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. They are both so funny that I can watch them all year long.

  • 510
    Nancy says:

    I don’t have a favourite typical classic although I usually watch the Grinch, Frosty and Rudolf with the kids. My favourite film captures my father-in-law (an extremely quiet and private man) with his adult children at the dinner table laughing and talking about life. He’s been gone for several years now and we have so many special memories.

  • 511
    Lorus says:

    Our favorite is White Christmas. It is something our whole family watches over and over all year long. I love the music, the kids like the humor and war scenes. It is such a sweet story too.

  • 512
    sarah says:

    My family loves watching the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe at Christmastime. It is a film we can all watch, at all ages, and enjoy together.

  • 513
    Katie says:

    ElF! Its soo very funny and perfect for wrapping presents too πŸ˜‰

  • 514
    kathyl says:

    My favorite Holiday movie is Charlie Brown Christmas. I love all the Peanuts characters and I remember having a Charlie Brown tree my first year in my apt.

  • 515
    Scrappin' Aggie says:

    love all the movies -but A Christmas Story is probably the one we watch first every year – a classic comedy!

  • 516
    Susie Nam says:

    My favorite Halloween movie growing up was “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” and around Christmas and New Year, “It’s a Wonderful Life” with Donna Reed and Jimmy Stewart. I didn’t really choose to like the latter movie on my own. I came to like it over the years since it was on so often on TV during the Christmas holiday. I guess you could say it just grew on me. Thanks for the great release!!!

  • 517
    Anne B says:

    Hmm, hard to choose, but I’d say White Christmas. Love classic movies!

  • 518
    Paola says:

    My fav holiday movie must be the Polar Express, love watching it with my boys every year. Love your Christmas release, everything just works so well together.

  • 519
    MT says:

    I love Holiday Inn, it’s such a classic romantic movie with fun songs to put you in thr Christmas spirit.

  • 520
    Ruth Allmart says:

    Growing up in Ireland two movies that were always shown at Christmas time were ‘The Wizard of Oz’ and ‘Willy Wonka’. My sister and I would watch them every year. I love them both!

  • 521
    Lesa W. says:

    I know they really aren’t movies but as a kid I always loved watching Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph. And after I had kids myself, I loved watching it with them every year.

  • 522
    Carrie T says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life.” It’s a beautiful story with a lesson that is so true!

  • 523
    Angie says:

    I absolutely love The Muppet Christmas Carol…how can you go wrong with Gonzo as Charles Dickens and his trusty sidekick Rizzo the Rat…plus I watch it with my sister and that is to me priceless!! I give this movie five ***** (those are my stars) heheh

  • 524

    Well it would be a toss up between “It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”. Rudolph, because I have watched it as long as I can remember and it just doesn’t seem like Christmas unless I have watched it. It’s a Wonderful Life because it is such a classic and and I always feel all warm and fuzzy after watching it.

  • 525
    Leigh Ann says:

    It’s a tie – White Christmas and It’s a Wonderful Life! I also love to watch Mickey’s Twice Upon A Christmas with my children…such great animation (both on screen and off).

  • 526
    Sue Ann says:

    Oh there are so many …….. We LOVE It’s A Wonderful Life because it has such a good message in the movie but ELF just makes me laugh from my toes to my nose!!! We try to work it into a conversation at least once a week during the off months and probably watch it 15 times during PEAK season.

  • 527

    Ohhh my!!! My all time movie is White Christmas, hands down!! I have watched it every year since I was in elementary school. I know all the songs. My husband is totally on board with watching it every Christmas. πŸ™‚

  • 528
    Trudie Vick says:

    “It’s A Wonderful Life”. The friends and family that come together at a time of happiness and in the times of need is just so heartwarming and just a plain “feel good” movie.

    Love it.

  • 529
    Sue S. says:

    Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life is my all time favorite! We watch it every Chritmas Eve. It is such a great movie – I always give my husband and son a big hug after watching it! And, it has one of my favorite lines: “No one is poor who has friends”. So true!

  • 530
    Andrea says:

    I love the Rankin/Bass “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”! What a classic. My young kids love it, even though by today’s standards the animation is very old-school.

  • 531
    Carla says:

    The Christmas Story…our whole family watches it on Christmas Eve and it has just become a family tradition that we look forward to each year!

  • 532
    Allie Gardner says:

    Arsenic and Old Lace with Cary Grant. This comedy is absolutely hysterical. Not your typical holiday movie, but it’s what I watch every Halloween.

  • 533
    Kris (krischir) says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Elf. It is just SOO funny!! So many great lines! I also love all the classic shows like Rudolf, Charlie Brown, Frosty that remind me of my childhood… before the days of VCR, DVD, DVR etc.. you HAD to watch when they aired on TV. Thanks for the chance at the prize package!

  • 534
    Katy says:

    I can’t think! I’ll say “Elf” because it cracks me up EVERY time!! πŸ™‚

  • 535
    Cathy Weber says:

    My favorite holiday movie is National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. I think everyone wants to have a “perfect” Christmas with all of the traditional memories. Although I have never had quite a disaster as Chevy Chase has in this movie, I have experienced my share of crazy, funny things that have happened during Christmas that have left me with some great memories.

  • 536
    toni1 says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is Miracle on 34th Street. I just love a happy ending. My husbands is Its A wonderful life and we watch them both every Christmas after dinner.

  • 537
    Amber R says:

    My favorite would have to be Miracle on 34th Street. It’s such a sweet story of love and hope…and who doesn’t want reminders that miracles really can happen! Thanks for the chance to win and a great countdown!

  • 538
    Steph says:

    Although it is not necessarily a film, one thing I always look forward to is the SNL christmas special. I love the section with the topless Martha story telling at the school and Adam Sandler’s hanukah song. It is definitely something I look for each and every year. I feel like it has almost become a tradition in our family.

  • 539
    Keisha says:

    My favorite holiday movie has to be Elf with Will Ferrell. It is so hilarious and it is a tradition that my husband and I have, when Christmas gets close we watch that movie. The Christmas tree is lit, we’re in our PJs and our hot chocolate mugs are steaming. it’s just the perfect evening. πŸ™‚

  • 540
    Sabrina says:

    My favorite Christams movie? It’s a Wonderful Life and the OLD Miracle on 34th Street! πŸ˜‰ It brings me back to my childhood!

  • 541
    Miki says:

    We love the holiday movie Elf! It’s such a fun, cute movie and we have to watch it every year!

  • 542

    I love Charlie Brown Halloween. My dad and I used to watch it every year. So many great memories.

  • 543
    Michelle says:

    A Christmas Story…. You’ll shoot your eye out……

  • 544
    Vickie Arney says:

    The Jim Carrey version of The Grinch. It’s the cutest movie.

  • 545
    Deborah S says:

    “…deck the halls with boughs of horry” – Christmas Story, of course!

  • 546
    Wendy says:

    A Christmas Story! Love Randy the little brother!

  • 547
    DianaJ says:

    “White Christmas” with Bing Crosby & Rosemary Clooney. My kids and I watch it Thanksgiving weekend…it finishes one great holiday and gets us ready for the next!

  • 548
    Sharly Balcaen says:

    my favorite holiday movie is ….THE GRINCH … or how the Grinch Stole Christmas … we have a little pom who has “Grinch Feet”!!!

    Thanks for the wonderful opportunity!!!

    xo
    Sharly

  • 549
    Hilde says:

    I have a couple favorites.. First is Elf because it is “laugh til my cheeks hurt” funny. And second is Love Actually because it reminds me that, although there are many different paths to get there and it is sometimes in disguise, Love triumphs. I can watch it over and over and it is heartfelt every time.

  • 550
    Kat says:

    Chevy Chase in National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. I can’t stop laughing no matter how many times I see it.

  • 551
    Martha D. says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life. I love the lesson that it is the people in our lives that are most important. Something that I really think is missing in today’s society. I watch it every year.

  • 552
    Julie Sokolowski says:

    My favorite movie is “A Christmas Story” not really because I love it but because I love watching my husband watch it. He laughs so hard (even though he’s seen it a bazillion times) that it makes me laugh. We watch it the whole time we are getting every thing set up for the kids on Christmas Eve.

  • 553
    Ann says:

    I like White Christmas because of the music & the classic actors in it.

  • 554
    Sandy Kay says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is Miracle on 34th street with Natalie Wood. I love how much faith and hope she depicts in this movie!

  • 555
    Carolyn says:

    I have always loved It’s A Wonderful Life ever since I first saw it. Jimmy Stewart helped teach me that one person can make a difference and that character matters. Its now such a part of my history, I just treasure it!

  • 556

    I actually don’t have a favorite Holiday Movie. I however love to wait for the Holiday Entertainment shows that come on during the holiday season:)

    Thank you again for the opportunity! Gotta Love Papertrey Ink!

  • 557
    Jaki says:

    My fav Christmas movie has always been Miracle on 34th Street and now I love watching the Polar Express with my kids.
    Christmas is a time about believing anything is possible πŸ™‚

  • 558
    Jen Rhome (wolf) says:

    My Favorite christmas movie is A Christmas Story. It never stops being funny. My children love it. We watch it every year and laugh thriugh the whole thing.

  • 559
    Nancy Nelson says:

    Miracle on 34th Street is one of my favorite holiday movies. I love it because it reminds me of the power of believing!

  • 560
    Karen Murray says:

    It’s A Wonderful Life…I love the way it reminds me of what is important.

  • 561
    Andrea S says:

    Charlie Brown Christmas reminds me of my childhood but Christmas Story and Elf are so funny I could watch them any time of year. I actually watch Elf in July as my own personal Christmas in July celebration.

  • 562
    Annie says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is White Christmas. I watch it every year and I never tire of it. I love the old, classic song and dance movies.

  • 563
    Natalie Winterstein says:

    All I Want for Christmas! It’s a cute film and I watch it every year!

  • 564
    Suzanne Daniels says:

    I love White Christmas with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye. It’s just one of those classics that will withstand the test of time.

  • 565
    Mary H says:

    Christmas Story is my favorite holiday movie because it reminds of the innocent joy and enthusiasm of Christmas’ past.

  • 566
    Marge Sexton says:

    I love to watch many different Christmas movies; it’s one of my favorite things to do. My favorite would have to be “A Christmas Story”; we watched it growing up, and it was always one of my Dad’s favorites. My children now love it too, and it brings back such great memories of Christmas’ past.

  • 567
    Mary Anne P says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is “Elf”. It makes me laugh and everyone in my family loves it. I alway gag when Elf eats the spaghetti noodles with all the maple syrup. And of course it has a happy ever after ending.

  • 568
    Elizabeth B says:

    I think my favorite holiday movie would have to be Christmas Vacation. Thanks for the opportunity to win such a fabulous package of prizes!!!

  • 569
    Jilleen says:

    On the serious side – Little Drummer Boy – for some reason it has been a favorite of mine since I was a kid. On the funny side – The Grinch!

  • 570
    Jess says:

    Christmas vacation! And Elf –

  • 571
    Penny says:

    It’s A Wonderful Life – a family tradition to watch it together each year!

  • 572
    Sunny Penn says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is Elf. It is so much fun to watch with my family.

  • 573
    Robin says:

    As ridiculous as this might sound, I have to say that my favorite movie from the holiday season is elf. I love to watch it for the comedic factors as well as the fact that it was shot in NYC. Its so much fun to see all the landmarks etc. in this film!

  • 574
    Sue Woods says:

    White Christmas. I love old movies, Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye…you get the idea. The music is classic, the costumes are wonderful, and the movie is lovely. Even my kids like it. There’s just something simple and sweet about it…you don’t see that in today’s movies much anymore.

  • 575
    Nancy L says:

    The Spanish version of Jesus’ life!! We watch it every year!

  • 576
    Margaret says:

    white Christmas!!!! I love the music and the dancing and the romance. I always cry when they surprise the general at the party.

  • 577
    Wendy H says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is Frosty the Snowman. It just brings back memories of watching it as a child with my family. Definately a great classic :).

  • 578
    Shirlann says:

    National Lampoon’ Christmas Vacation with Chevy Chase! Of course all the classics have been enjoyed countless times over the years but this one has set off much laughter from all of us. The message is clear…nothing matters the most but family!

  • 579
    Mary says:

    I love all the kiddie Christmas shows (especially Rudolph) but as far as movies, I love Christmas Vacation….I laugh every time!

  • 580
    Tara Allison says:

    I don’t know if they count as movies or not but I love Rudolph and Frosty because they bring back such wonderful memories. Thanks for the chance to win the new goodies; I can’t wait to see them all
    Tara

  • 581
    Tan says:

    Polar Express . . . fond memories of reading it to my youngest daughter then when she was in college, going to the 3D movie.

  • 582
    Wahinelei says:

    Mickey’s Christmas Carol with Scrooge McDuck. I just love seeing cartoon versions of classic stories. And so do my kids!!

  • 583
    k prakken says:

    I think my favorite is A Christmas Story. It is my daughter’s favorite and we usually watch it together sometime over the holidays.

  • 584
    Dana Gerdes says:

    I have two favorites: The sentimental side of me loves “Miracle on 34th Street”. I love to have a good laugh at “Christmas Vacation”. They are both a must watch every Christmas season.

  • 585
    Amy P. says:

    I am a Christmas movie buff. Every year I buy at least one movie. I have ALL of the Rankin & Bass claymation movies! But my Christmas season is not complete until I watch Chevy Chase’s Christmas Vacation! I just love the quirkiness. It puts the fun in dysfunctional family get togethers for sure!

  • 586
    Natalie says:

    My favorite holiday movie is Christmas Vacation! We spend one night over the holidays with my husbands family and pop popcorn and laugh.

  • 587
    Mimi says:

    I know it’s not a movie, but Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer!
    I always look forward to watching those claymation specials during the
    holidays.

  • 588
    Gail E says:

    My favorite movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life,” but I also love to watch “White Christmas” and “Miracle on 34th Street.” They are all classics – each with their own special Christmas message, and the holiday season wouldn’t be complete without watching them.

  • 589
    Nancy says:

    My Favorite Holiday Movie would also be A Christmas Story . Ralphie, The Leg Lamp, the tongue stuck on the pole! Gotta love that movie! Hilarious

  • 590
    Kyrsten Caires says:

    I love “Miracle on 34th Street” because it is so positive and it just warms my heart. I have always wanted to go to the Macy’s Thanksgiving day parade and see “Santa Clause” and watch as New York adapts to the Christmas season and this movie has all of that. πŸ™‚

  • 591
    Janice Marcham says:

    My favorite holiday movie-show is a tie between a Charlie Brown Christmas and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. I use to watch both of them every year when I was young and then watched them with my daughter when she was young. I love the message they convey. My daughter and I still cry when we watch them and she’s 27 and I’m —-! Christmas just wouldn’t be the same without them!

  • 592
    Dawn says:

    My fav holiday movie is Charlie Brown Christmas! Before video or cable we would check the TV guide every week until it came on. My dad would serve his home made Rootbeer and pop popcorn, the real stuff over a fire! I can smell it now! To me it told the true story of Christmas!

  • 593
    Judy S says:

    My favorite Xmas movie is “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Remember watching it as a child, and love to watch it year after year. It’s a timeless classic ….. Xmas is all about family!

  • 594
    Alice Roushia says:

    As always, thanks for the chance to win. My favorite Christmas story has to be Miricle on 34th St.I will watch it every time it comes on during the Holidays.

    The story just makes you believe……….

  • 595
    Joan says:

    I love Holiday movies!! My favorite of all times is White Christmas with Bing Crosby. Not only it has a beautiful story, but the music and dances are something that just makes me happy. Also, I love While You Where Sleeping, loooove that movie. Finally it may not be a holiday movie but I always start the holidays watching The Sound of Music on Thanksgiving. I sing with it like a mad mad woman LOL!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 596
    Carol R says:

    One of my absolute favorite movies is the old classic “Christmas in Connecticut’ that stars Barbara Stanwyck. There’s comedy in it that puts a smile on your face and romance with a happy ending.

  • 597
    Vicki S. says:

    β€œIt’s a Wonderful Life” is my favorite Holiday Movie because it was well ahead of its time, it took us through a personal journey and answers the age old question, β€œDo I really matter?” Your October release is amazing and “I WANT IT ALL”….thanks for the opportunity to win!!!

  • 598
    Sara Daniels says:

    I personally love scrooged with Bill Murray. It’s off beat and fun and I love it.

  • 599
    julie coit says:

    Every year we have to watch Christmas Story, cuz my husband is obsessed with that show, we have more fun laughing at him cuz he’s laughing so hard at the show that we can’t stop laughing at him! I even had to buy him a bb gun a red rider!! Oh well its all in good fun!!

  • 600
    Becky Jeffries says:

    I love Christmas Vacation. It takes family get togethers to the next level.

  • 601
    Marilyn says:

    I love holiday movies.
    My favorite will always be ‘Holiday Inn’.
    A close second is the kid stop-motion ‘Year without a Santa Clause’; I just can’t get enough of Heat-mister and Snow-mister’s musical number… too funny!

  • 602
    sarita says:

    of course my favorite movie is It’s a Wonderful Life – such a postive movie about life. BUT i have another slightly off kilter movie that i like – it’s The Ref starring Kevin Spacey..a funny funny crazy “Christmas” movie. Thank you for a chance to win this month’s “goodies”..

  • 603
    Dotty says:

    My favorite holiday movie is White Christmas. It is a tradition to watch it every year.

  • 604
    Julie says:

    It’s a toss up between It’s A Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street. It’s A Wonderful Life-even at your worst times your family and friends are there for you. Miracle on 34th Street – everyone once to believe in something magical. πŸ™‚

    Another great release!

  • 605
    Geny says:

    I just have to try…this release is so fab! My favorite Christmas movie is Elf because it is hilarious! I love watching it with my boys!!

  • 606
    Barbara says:

    Would have to be National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. It funny but it has a message. And the first time I saw it was the last Christmas I had with my father before he died. He loved that movie and laughed and laughed. I’ve watched it and laughed every Christmas since then in his memory.

  • 607
    Lori says:

    The Polar Express is my favorite. It has such a wonderful story and message.

  • 608
    Jennifer S says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is Miracle on 34th Street, the original black and white version. The remakes are OK, but there is just something about watching the original black and white that really makes the holiday season for me!

  • 609
    Kimberly S says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town.” I find myself singing “Put one foot in front of the other” all year long to get myself started on tasks that I’m not too enthusiastic about!

  • 610

    Favorite holiday movie…Don’t shoot me, but I don’t like holiday movies. They’re so cheesy. Lol.

  • 611
    Lesa says:

    My favorite holiday movie is “While You Were Sleeping”. We watch it every Thanksgiving evening to kick off the holiday season. It’s on Thanksgiving that Lucy rescues Peter from certain death on the train tracks, then shortly after Christmas, she falls in love with his brother Jack, so I consider it a Thanksgiving and Christmas movie!!!

  • 612
    Anemone says:

    White Christmas. It is funny and silly and serious and sentimental all rolled into one. It just isn’t the Christmas season until I’ve seen it!

  • 613
    Katie says:

    My favorite movie during the holiday season is The Lord of the Rings trilogy. I’m not sure how it happened, but a few years ago my hubby and I started watching a bit of it every night starting December 1st and we’ve just kept up the tradition. I look forward to it every year! πŸ™‚

  • 614
    Vera Yates says:

    Miracle on 34th Street. I love the story, the lesson in it and everytime I watch it I can’t help but believe in Santa Claus even though I’m 35. πŸ™‚

  • 615
    Sofia says:

    A christmas story is definitely my favorite one!!! It brings back so many memories from my childhood as I watch it every year!!!

  • 616
    Laura S says:

    “It’s a Wonderful Life” is my favorite. It is a great reminder that no matter how insignificant we may feel, everyday we have the opportunity to reach out and touch those around us in a million little ways.

  • 617
    Jaala R. says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life! It brings a tear to my eye every year. It’s a classic! I can’t wait to watch it with my husband this year. It’s a tradition!

  • 618
    stephanie weldon says:

    White Christmas! I don’t know how many times I watch it each year.

  • 619
    Elsie Tompkins says:

    My favorite is the original Miracle on 34th
    Street. Love the scene where they dump all the letters addressed to Santa on the judge’s desk.Natalie Wood, Maureen O’Hara,John Payne,and I don’t know how Santa had the time to make a movie!

  • 620
    Silke Ledlow says:

    My favorite movie is *When the Grinch stole Christmas*! My girls and I just love to watch it….after all it’s a good lesson learned kinda movie! Thank you for a chance to win….this is an awesome release! ~Silke~

  • 621
    Melanie N says:

    Christmas Vacation because its a tradition to watch and laugh all night with my family, while my mom and I bake cookies and candy!

  • 622
    kerry davis says:

    I’m not sure I have a favorite, but Christmas Vacation was the first movie to come to mind. I absolutely must watch it ever year. I think because my family is so dysfunctional, that I get a kick out of this movie!

  • 623
    ArlaMo says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life is my favorite! Love Jimmy Stewart and the message of this movie.

  • 624
    Amy Everson says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is a made-for-TV movie from my childhood called “A Muppet Family Christmas.” My grandmother and I watched it every year together and the year before she passed she got me the DVD version for Christmas. My parents and I get together every Christmas Eve now and watch it.

  • 625
    Tammy says:

    Ohhh so hard to Choose … would have to be a Kids movie … Mickeys Christmas carol I guess : )

  • 626
    Edelwisa says:

    my favorite is frosty the snowman!! here in Hawaii we dont have snow!! wish we had some here!!!!

  • 627
    Denise Bryant says:

    I’ll say it’s now White Christmas, although I have never seen the whole movie. But last year my Mom and I went to see the play White Christmas at her local performing arts center. I was visiting her before the holidays and it happened to be the play that was on. I really enjoyed it, and it will always have that special memory of my visit with my Mom. I hope to catch the movie version of it this year!
    DeniseB

  • 628
    Vivien says:

    Hands down, it would be “IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE”. Family is the most important thing in life.

  • 629
    JoAnna says:

    I love A Christmas Story. I watch it every year with my mom. It is so funny and we enjoy watching it. I am sure soon we will be able to play the movie and know all the dialog by heart πŸ™‚

  • 630
    Helen F. says:

    Love “It’s a Wonderful Life” because of the lessons brought out. Nothing is more important in life than family (and friends). Thank you for another fabulous release and all of the creative projects you all shared!

  • 631
    CrazyCurl says:

    My favorite is the old Frosty the Snowman that I remember watching as a kid – the music is just so classic. Its fun to watch it again now with my kids!

  • 632
    Sarah Hulsey says:

    Hands down, Miracle on 34th Street. The original black and white version. Watching it just gives me such a warm and fuzzy feeling.

  • 633
    Jennifer Bruce says:

    My favorite, since I was a teenager, is How the Grinch Stole Christmas (the cartoon one). I absolutely love it and it just isn’t the same if I don’t watch it every year!! It’s not really a movie I guess, but it’s my favorite. I guess my fave movie is Polar Express because my son likes to watch it. Very cute movie!

  • 634
    Regina Cabay says:

    I love so many of the classics, but I guess the one favorite would be “It’s a Wonderful Life”. Brings tears to my eyes every time I watch it, especially with my own children now. Can’t wait to start purchasing tonight!!

  • 635
    Sandra B. says:

    It would definitely have to be A Charlie Brown Christmas. I’ve been watching this every year since I was little and I never tire of it. My daughters have joined in and now we all look forward to it every year.

  • 636
    Marla J says:

    Charlie Brown Christmas is a classic that everyone can enjoy, no matter how young or old. It is such a sweet and funny story with a message that you don’t hear too much any more these days.

  • 637
    Kirsty says:

    My internet cut out as I was trying to post this before and I’m not sure if it posted or not.

    It’s a tie between White Christmas for the traditional big showy Christmas and Love Actually for a fun modern movie with (mostly) happy endings. And I want to be able to dance like Vera Ellen in White Christmas.

  • 638
    Kathy W says:

    My favorite holiday movie is White Christmas with Bing Crosby. I’m a dancer, and I love all the dance scenes in this movie, especially the one with Danny Kaye and Vera Ellen (The Best Things Happen While You’re Dancing)…I met my husband when he asked me to dance ten Decembers ago.

  • 639
    Tonya Dirk says:

    I have to be honest here, even if it embarrasses me….Bad Santa. Billy Bob Thorton is extremely inappropriate and he just cracks me up!!! Besides too many others have already mentioned A Christmas Story so I thought I would change it up a bit!

  • 640
    Nancy Gardner says:

    I love White Christmas. It gets played over and over at our house during the holiday season.

  • 641
    Charmaine says:

    The first movie that popped into my head when I read the question was “White Christmas” with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye…LOVE this movie. I guess it’s because White Christmas is also my favorite Christmas song. I will watch it EVERY time it’s on tv.

    Charmaine

  • 642
    Kellie says:

    “You’ll shoot your eye out kid” a great family classic. The Christmas Story is Sooo funny. I live everyday with the Bumpess’s dogs and a boy who is obsessed with toy guns, so I can totally relate. I love all movies around the holidays but I HAVE to watch that.

  • 643
    Nan H says:

    My favorite Christmas movie is Miracle on 34th Street – – A child’s wish fulfilled and they live happily ever after.

  • 644
    Kristy says:

    My favorite holiday movie is not really a movie but rather all of the TV shows that play around Christmas such as Rudolph and Frosty the Snowman. They make me think of my childhood and what a special time my family has every Christmas.

  • 645
    Tabby A. says:

    Oh this is easy, National Lampoons Christmas Vacation! I pull it out on Thanksgiving and we watch it over and over. Every character represents someone in our family! So funny!

  • 646
    Leilani says:

    Such a hard question to answer…but I would have to say it would be Love Actually. Not really a classic Holiday movie but I recall watching it for the first time during the very early weeks having my darling daughter. She was a fussy little thing and just loved sleeping in my arms. It seemed as if I watched Love Actually every time it was on cable for an entire month…while holding my little girl while she napped. It’s a great movie with wonderful love stories…and heart-break stories. Hmm…I think I’ll watch Love Actually tonight!!!

  • 647
    Mindy says:

    My favorite holiday movie is A Christmas Story. Even funnier than watching the movie itself is watching my dad laugh hysterically every time he sees it… he says the father in the movie reminds him of my grandpa. LOL. We quote lines from that movie year round!

  • 648
    roula says:

    I think “the holiday” is one of my favorites at Christmas as it is so sweet and romantic. I love watching it with some wine in front of the fireplace and in the arms of my sweet hubby!!!

  • 649
    Sarah H. says:

    My favorite movie is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Love the super fast sled and huge display of Christmas lights!

  • 650
    Daniela says:

    It’s A Wonderful Life. Didn’t grow up here and never watched Christmas movies so I never had a favorite until I saw this one. It just makes me warm inside.

  • 651
    becks f says:

    my favourite holiday movie is “The Nightmare before Christmas” I watch it every Christmas Eve.. some say it’s more of a Halloweenish movie, but its not Christmas til we pop in the dvd on Christmas eve and watch that movie..

  • 652
    JoAnn Ulrich says:

    I love “Scrooged! So funny and such a wonderful version of ‘The Christmas Carol’.

  • 653
    Rebecca J. says:

    The Polar Express! I love the magic and sparkle of Christmas and that movie, especially with its hot chocolate, capture the magic for me!

  • 654

    I just love “It’s A Wonderful Life” it’s such a classic and I always look forward to watching it with the family.

  • 655
    Pattie Brown says:

    Miracle on 34th Street has to be my favorite holiday movie. The gentlemen that plays Santa Claus is the best. I always cry….but I love it.

  • 656
    Lorri Wiederkehr says:

    Christmas Vacation…it just makes me laugh and is a great stress reliever when I get too bogged down by all of the holiday shopping, planning, baking, etc.

  • 657
    Terri Bills says:

    Elf, because it is funny and silly and makes me laugh every time I see it.

  • 658
    nicole says:

    I like National Lampoons Christmas Vacation because it reminds me of my childhood.

  • 659
    S Daniels says:

    I love Christmas, it is my favorite time of the year and one of our Christmas traditions is watching the Christmas Story every Christmas Day after we have eaten our Dinner. The excitement of the day has worn down a little, every one just wants to sit and relax a little and this is the perfect way.

  • 660
    laurlynn says:

    I have lots of holiday favorites. But I love White Christmas, Charlie Brown Christmas, and a non-traditional one I watch during the holidays is When Harry Met Sally. It’s all good though.

  • 661
    Kathy McDonald says:

    What a fabulous release! I love Polar Express. I look forward to watching it every year.

  • 662
    Karen says:

    Every Christmas I watch A Christmas Story. When it was released way back then I was the only person in the theater. I guess it was a real sleeper. Made it feel like it belonged to only me. Now everyone watches it and there is even a 24 hour marathon each year, but to me, it is a special moment all alone in the theater.

  • 663

    My favorite holiday movie is Polar Express. I love to watch it with the kids and no matter how many times I see it, it is always fresh to me.

  • 664
    Mary Paetz says:

    A Christmas Story.Takes us back to a safer,innocent time.

  • 665
    elaine g says:

    Miracle on 34th Street – “Yes, Virginia. There is a Santa Claus.” It is my all time favorite because I have had the opportunity to watch it with everyone near and dear to my heart. I have seen it so many times, and that has given me the opportunity to share it with so many friends and loved ones. Everyone reacted differently.

  • 666
    Andrea Gilstrap says:

    Scrooge is definitely one of my favorite holiday movies and one I love to watch with my dad.

  • 667
    jonesy maxson says:

    there are so many great ones…but I have to say I look forward to watching Elf every year with all my nieces and nephews! We have some of the dialogue memorized…so we say it along with the movie and crack each other up!

  • 668
    StephG. says:

    While technically not a holiday movie, I love “Sound of Music,” because it used to come on TV at Christmastime when I was little. My next favorite is “It’s a Wonderful Life,” another classic.

  • 669
    Gail Hoffman says:

    Christmas Vacation——keeps everything in perspective when things get crazy.

  • 670
    Genevieve says:

    My favorite holiday movie is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. I watch it every year while I make cookies. It’s just become tradition and I love it because it makes me laugh.

  • 671
    Christine says:

    I would have to say my favorite holiday movie is White Christmas. My father and I watched that movie from the time I was old enough to stay up and every year after that until I got married. Now every Christmas when I watch White Christmas I always remember that special moment with my father. Thanks for the chance to win!

  • 672

    hmmmm….hard one…I do love the grinch so I’m gonna go with that!

  • 673
    Alicia says:

    It was A Christmas Story until Elf came out. I think I could watch that movie every day during the holiday season and still laugh ’til I cry. ha ha
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  • 674
    Anna (doctorfoodie) says:

    My favourite holiday movie is White Christmas. Why? Well, it’s a great story, but also because of the music and dancing, and the snow at the end. My husband and I make it a point to watch it together, just the two of us every year.

  • 675
    Kimberli Sarsfield says:

    My favorite holiday movie, hands down, is Christmas Vacation with Chevy Chase! Growing up, my family would watch this movie every Christmas Eve. What a fun tradition!

  • 676
    JulieK says:

    “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” will always be my favorite. It’s so brilliantly written and seeing it on TV every year made the Christmas season “official”. But I do love Heat Miser and Snow Miser from “Year without a Santa Claus”.

  • 677
    Gail S. says:

    My favorite is “Heidi”. It is a movie that my family watched together every year. And now, 50 some years later, I still watch Heidi and think of my grandpa and how special he was.

  • 678
    Karen B. says:

    A Christmas Story and While You Were Sleeping. They are both funny and remind me of Christmas time. Love all of the new stuff. Thank you for a chance to win.

  • 679
    karen paoli says:

    I have two favorite Christmas movies, Elf and the newer version of Miracal on 34th Street. The little girl in that movie is just adorable and Elf just keeps me laughing. I can just think about the movie Elf and laugh to myself. Thanks

  • 680
    Michelle Early says:

    It has to be A Christmas Story. I can watch that over and over again and laugh at that leg lamp every time!!!

  • 681
    Mary S. says:

    Favorite holiday movie is Elf….just love the message and it makes me laugh….I LOVE Will Farrell!!

  • 682
    Kathy says:

    My favorite holiday movie is A Christmas Story. Even my kids who are grown enjoy watching it. Our favorite part is when they go out to eat and end up at the Chinese restaurant and the staff sings “Fa, Ra, Ra, Ra, Ra” to them. Cracks us all up!

  • 683
    Karen U says:

    Miracle on 34th Street – without a doubt! I love the message – believe! It doesn’t get much more simple than that.

  • 684

    Home Alone always cracks me up!

  • 685
    Kristen says:

    Of course I love these classics:
    It’s a Wonderful Life
    Holiday Inn
    White Christmas
    Bells of St. Mary’s

    But…the one I love the most is:
    Christmas Vacation

  • 686
    katevdp says:

    I love LOVE Actually! Great stories, great actors and just makes me feel good. What a great prize…as always!

  • 687
    Julie Locke says:

    My Favorite Holiday movie? There are so many, but Love Actually is close to the top.

  • 688
    Clouds says:

    Favourite holiday movie has got to be “A Christmas Story” with Ralphie, it’s a classic i know, but it is for a reason, it funny and meaningful, and i luv watching it with me and the hubby every xmas!

    Thanks,
    C πŸ™‚

  • 689
    Rebecca B. says:

    I love love love Emmitt Otter’s Jug Band Christmas by Jim Henson. It reminds me of my childhood and my family endulges me to watch it every year. Thanks for such a wonderful release this month. It really got me more into the spirit of Christmas!!

  • 690
    Lynne S in TC says:

    The original Miracle on 34th street is my favorite holiday movie. Faith prevails πŸ™‚

  • 691
    Kristy says:

    My favorite holiday movie is the Polar Express. My boys grew up watching that movie every holiday season and it always brings back great memories!

  • 692
    Ann Y. says:

    The classic movie, It’s a Wonderful Life. I like the message that it’s not money that makes us rich.

  • 693
    Maggie says:

    Holiday Inn….by far. Lots of good family memories sitting down and watching this with my folks….I complained to no end the first time we watched it (black and white—gasp!), but it’s one of my all time favs now πŸ™‚

  • 694
    Mary W. says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life!!! I watch it every year!

  • 695

    It doesn’t feel like Christmas until we’ve watched the Griswald’s Christmas Vacation! Lol! You’ve got to love Cousin Eddy!

  • 696
    Renee D. says:

    A Christmas Story…it just makes me laugh everytime I watch it. It’s just a classic.

  • 697
    Michelle says:

    My favorite holiday movie is the orginal How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I love the songs and the message.

  • 698
    Andrea says:

    White Christmas…..because it is a tradition and a classic.

  • 699
    Cheryl I. says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life is such a classic feel good movie. I still remember the first time I saw it and how it impacted me. Thanks so much for the chance to win…it would be awesome!

  • 700
    Carla says:

    My favorite Christmas movie has to be White Christmas. Funny thing is that the first time i saw it i turned it off during the opening seen “at war” because i don’t like war movies. Then i finally watched put it on again and realized that the movie has nothing to do with war. I’ve loved it ever since. I’m a sucker for romance. It’s a classic.

  • 701

    Holiday Inn…my husband and I watch it every year after Thanksgiving week…A year of holidays, 1 for every month in the movie…kinda like PaperTrey Ink releases! πŸ™‚

  • 702
    Steph W. says:

    I love so many holiday movies, but if I had to pick one…. I guess it would be Charlie Brown Christmas, although A Christmas Story is in there too. Any movie we watch as a family at the holidays is special. Thank you for a wonderful release and for a chance to win!

  • 703
    Deenie says:

    A Christmas Story — we watch that EVERY year!! “You’ll Shoot Your Eye Out!!” — Ralphie and his family make us laugh every single time we watch that movie!!

  • 704
    Lisa Stenz says:

    My favorite movie is It’s a Wonderful Life. I love it because it reminds me of when my hubby and I were dating. We watched it over and over again. Plus it is just such a warm and fuzzy movie. I love the end when Zuzu says, “Every time a bell rings, an angel gets his wings…”

  • 705
    Alli P. says:

    My favorite Christmas Movie is the musical adaptation of – A Christmas Carol “Scrooge” by Albert Finley. I remember surfing through all the tv chanels during Christmas time growing up trying to find it. My hubby got it for me as a Christmas gift for our first Christmas, now we watch it as a family every year on Christmas Eve. It has become a family tradition. Thank you for the chance to win! I am so excited about the release tonight.

  • 706
    Anthonette says:

    I have several favorites. It’s a Wonderful Life reminds me of Christmas time growing up. Love Actually is a current favorite. I love all the different stories in the movie.

    Thanks for a chance to win, Nichole!

  • 707
    Karen Hayden says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life. I love the message that it portays. They don’t make movies like that anymore.

  • 708

    My favorite holiday movie is Elf – I just love Buddy’s refreshingly positive attitude and outlook on life. I enjoy watching it all year round. Thanks for the chance to win this fantastic release!!

  • 709
    Christie says:

    It’s a Wonderful Life. I love, love this movie. A close 2nd is A Christmas Story. Love the all day marathons of this on Christmas Day.

  • 710
    karen says:

    I think my favorite holiday is the Fou