In no particular order.
  1. A Charlie Brown Christmas
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    If you don't like this, I don't like you.
  2. It's a Wonderful Life
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    It took years and years for me to finally sit down and watch this, but now I can't imagine Christmas Eve without it.
  3. A Christmas Story
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    My grandparents showed this to me as a kid and it just stuck with me. I never understand people who don't like it (no offense...but I will let it slide, as opposed to Charlie Brown).
  4. Elf
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    Hollywood is always trying (and failing) to release new Christmas classics every year and nothing has succeeded like Elf. Buddy is the best.
  5. The Christmas List
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    This is an elusive made for TV movie that is rarely aired. It was a staple for me growing up. It's the story of a woman with a taken for picking the perfect perfume simply by asking a few questions and her Christmas list that magically starts to come true. I hate that I can't watch this whenever I want.
  6. A Muppet Christmas Carol
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    Michael Caine and Muppets?! Perfection!