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Old 12-23-2006, 06:24 PM   #31
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National Lampoon Xmas vacation
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Old 12-23-2006, 07:05 PM   #32
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Batman Returns. As depressing as it is, I watch this every Christmas Eve. Guess I find some strange comfort in it.

Also Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
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It's a Wonderful Life. It's on TV Christmas Eve!

How the Grinch Stole Christmas and A Charlie Brown Christmas. Yes, I know they're really not movies, but it's not Christmas for me unless I watch them.
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Saw Scrooged with my friends tonight.

They hadn't seen it before and liked it, probably not as much as I do though.

Bill Murray is the best. period.
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Barnyard Critter Christmas.
My dad has made me watch it every year for what seems like my entire life.

I doubt anyone has heard of it. But it's a bunch of animals singing seasonal songs.
And theres teeth edited into their mouths even if they're an eagle or something.
The plot is vauge and almost nonexistant and I love it.
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Scrooged - saw some of it last night



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Am I the only person that wasn't impressed with Love Actually?
I had mixed feelings about this movie. I felt that they tried to cram way too many storylines into one movie, some of which were great and others kinda blah. And strayed into the cute & cloying territory much too much for my liking. I've noticed in general that in my old age of 26 I've become less and less tolerant of rom-com cuteness,

I loved Emma Thompson in that film though... such a classy actress,
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Scrooged - saw some of it last night



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I love Bill Murray's Richard Burton impression.

And the Ghost of Christmas Past.

"It's a bone, you lucky dog!"
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