Poll: Which Christmas Movie Gets You In The Holiday Spirit?

Right around this time of year is the perfect time to get the family together to rewatch your favorite Christmas movies of the season!

From the classics like Miracle on 34th Street and It’s A Wonderful Life to the more nontraditional Christmas comedies like Elf and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation,  everyone has that one movie that gets them in holiday mode!

We’ve already let you know which 15 Christmas movies to watch this year and now we’re asking which film puts you in the holiday spirit the most!

Vote on your favorite below, or if your favorite is missing from the choices, add it in the comments!

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One Comment

  1. Mary says:

    “A Christmas Memory” by Truman Capote – If you can’t get anything meaningful out of this movie than you will never “get it”. The childhood of Truman in rural Alabama in the thirties.

  2. Julia says:

    It has to be “White Christmas”. Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, Vera Ellen, Dean Jagger, Mary Wicks & Johnny Grant who has a small “uncredited” part. What a great cast! It’s not Chtrsitmas until I watch this movie. It was on recently & I recorded it so I can watch it closer to Christmas.

    Happy Holidays to everyone at KEARTH!

  3. Ron Austin says:

    Jingle All the Way ( 1996)
    evokes the Christmas Spirit in the way most of us manage to get through the Xmas season.

    I nhave fond memories of the Mr Magoo Christmas Carol which is shown each year.

    Every time I look at a Television Schedule lately I see Elf is being shown I feel that we are being beat over the head with this movie.

  4. bill Shely says:

    Bad Santa

  5. RainbowRay says:

    How about “The Polar Express”, especially during the parts where the boy shakes the bell and it “rings for him” because he “BELIEVES” and a the end when his parents “Ring the bell” and it doesn’t ring for them. Remember that scene dor those who’ve seen the movie? Does that scene “ring a abell”> LIke Quasimodo, does that name “ring a bell”?

    They’re all great movies to watch over the Christmas season.

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