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Ho, ho, ho! On this Christmas Eve, the Movie Geeks want to make sure we steer you towards the right festive movies this holiday season and came up with these ten. Several honorable mentions didn’t make the cut such as Life and Adventures of Santa Claus, Santa’s Slay, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966), Emmit Otter’s Jug Band Christmas, Jingle All the Way, The Family Stone, The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Polar Express, A Christmas Carol (1984), A Muppet Christmas Carol, Babes in Toyland (1961), Holiday Inn, It’s a Wonderful Life, Scrooge (1971), or Home Alone. Not to worry – they were considered but didn’t pass muster with the cinema elves. Come back on Christmas for our not-so traditional holiday movies lineup.
Now, for the list:
10. Love, Actually (2003)
“So if you believe in Father Christmas, children, like your Uncle Billy does, buy my festering turd of a record. And particularly »
- Movie Geeks
Thanksgiving – that American holiday noted as much for clogging up highways with travelers as for clogging up arteries with candied yams – is upon us once again. It's the rare Us holiday that's largely free of commercialization, leaving many of us to do what families do best: eat too much food and watch television together.
Our collection of the best Thanksgiving moments from TV and film:
Friends did a Thanksgiving episode nearly every year, and it's a toss-up between Brad Pitt (at the time Mr Jenifer Aniston) and the one where Monica puts a turkey on her head as to which one is our favorite. You decide:
Does the turkey-on-the-head routine lose points because Mr Bean did it first?
Kenny sneaks into the family dinner, but »
- Erin McCann
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