Friday Poll & Comment Forum: Favorite Holiday Film?

Here’s a poll and comment forum topic for the weekend of Christmas: What’s your favorite holiday film?

I’ve a poll with a few choices, and a comment form below. Some of the poll choices come from a list of top Christmas films at Collider.com.


I’ll put in my pitch for Elf: it’s a light and funny film, and offers proof that, like Buddy the Elf, one really can make a song out of anything. More about the film is online at Wikipedia.

5 thoughts on “Friday Poll & Comment Forum: Favorite Holiday Film?

  1. A Christnas Carol, definitely.Watch the Patrick Stewart one, you won’t be disappointed.

  2. Scrooged is a comedy version of a Christnas carol and it’s really funny

    It was on earlier this month

  3. What about Miracle on 34th Street? There were several versions of that film.

  4. I have three: A Christmas Carol, the 1951 film with Alastair Sim is the defininitive version; Santa Claus: The Movie, 1985, for Santa’s Secret Origin story and grandiose special effects; and lastly, for the absudity of it all, “Santa Claus Conquers the Martians, ” a 1964 travesty I actually remembering sitting through at a Saturday afternoon matinee at the Capitol Court Theatre in Milwaukee!

  5. The Shop Around the Corner – Jimmy Stewart, Margaret Sullivan, 1940

    Merry Christmas, John

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