Favorite Christmas Movies (Sorry No Hallmarks In This One) | Blogmas 2017 Day 1

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  • The Nightmare Before Christmas | First off, although this movie may not technically be categorized as a Christmas movie, it’s inevitable that at some point I have to share my love for this movie…

    1. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation | This movie is so good that my dad and I quote it throughout the year, and even further than that: my dad has a mug with his favorite quote on it "Can I refill your eggnog for you? Get you something to eat? Drive you out to the middle of nowhere, leave you for dead?” Quality Chevy Chase film.

    2. ELF | Everybody’s favorite modern Christmas movie, it’s no surprise to anyone that elf is on this list.

    3. A Christmas Story | Fun fact: on Christmas day, this movie plays all day long on TV. Another fun fact: my family and I went to visit the house this movie was created in. If you don’t know where I’m talking about, check out my post about fun places to go in Ohio

    4. The Polar Express | Great songs and is overall a great feel-good animated family-time movie.

    5. White Christmas | A movie highly favored by my mom and I, everything from the plot to the songs and dancing. A classic and still is a great film to this day.

    6. Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas & Mickey’s Christmas Carol | These movies are fun for the whole family, but they’re a few of my favorites because my little sister was a toddler baby child, we would watch these together all the time, ever Christmas. Call me sappy or whatever but that’s why I love these movies. The nostalgia.

    7. Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas | For those of you who are unaware, Beauty and the Beast is my all-time favorite princess movie. So matching that with Christmas time just makes everything seem right in the world.

    8. The Nativity Story | This is a great movie to watch as a reminder of what the season is about, and to watch with the family. Our family tries to watch together every year at some time before Christmas.

    9. It’s A Wonderful Life | Every year on Christmas eve, we get together with one side of the family, cousins and all, to watch It’s A Wonderful Life and it’s been a wonderful tradition through the years. A classic.

What is your all-time favorite Christmas movie?

// kenzie

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