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The question of the week is:
What is your favourite holiday movie?
If you don’t like holiday movies, you can name a non-holiday movie!
Comment below and tell us!
Elf or SCROOGED
Elf is one of my faves, too! What’s your favourite part in the movie?
When he goes into this really bad coffee shop and it says “World Best Coffee” and he goes in and he says ” COngratulations World’s best coffee
I like that part, too! So funny! I also like the part when he goes wild decorating the department store late at night and the store clerks are absolutely amazed the next morning.
I would say “Elf” too!
A Christmas Story, we just watched it last night for the third time I also like Elf
What’s your favourite part of A Christmas Story, Tardis?
I like when Randy ‘s in his snowsuit!!
“I can’t put my arms out!” You’re right, this part was very funny!
My favorite holiday movie is ” Love Actually “. I almost watch it every Christmas. It makes my heart warm and sweet! Did you see this movie before?
I haven’t seen this one but I’ve heard lots of people talk about it.
Yeah, there are nine stories in the movie. I guess everyone will find one is belong to themselves!
My favourite holiday movie is Window Wonderland it is one of the Hallmark Movies.
I haven’t seen this one, Ariel. What’s it about?
Well, even though it’s not a holiday movie, I do like The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. I have read all the books, yet my favorite holiday movie would have to be Christmas Vacation.
I haven’t seen Catching Fire yet but plan to over the holidays at some point. Was there a favourite part in that movie that you liked, Priya?
t’s no holds barred when two Manhattan department store employees vie for the same job during the busy Christmas season. Sloan Van Doren (Chyler Leigh) is a driven young woman determined to become the next window dresser at McGuire’s department store and to uphold a 95-year-old artistic holiday tradition. Serious and professional, she’s the polar opposite of the happy-go-lucky Jake Dooley (Paul Campbell), who also wants the job. When Mr. Fitch (Matty Finochio), the head of advertising and promotion, gives them a challenge, the competition is on: each will create a series of seasonal storefront windows twice a week until Christmas. The creator of whichever window display gets the most attention from passersby will get the job.
As they go through their paces, with Jake’s obvious talent grabbing the public’s attention, a silent but mutual attraction develops between the pair, hampered by the contest and the presence of Kenneth (Cameron Mathison), Sloan’s blueblood boyfriend, who can’t understand the importance Sloan is placing on this job. Supporting the efforts of the window dressers are McGuire’s veteran window washer Mac (Terence Kelly) and brassy bathroom attendant Rita (Naomi Judd) who have eyes for each other but haven’t done anything about it yet. Love is in the air at McGuire’s, but things aren’t exactly what they seem. Who will win in this love triangle?
Thanks for posting that summary, Ariel. You’ve probably got some bloggers interested in seeing it, if they haven’t already!
My favourite holiday movie “A Christmas story” My fave part is when the kid gets his tongue stuck to the pole.
I also like elf a little bit.
Hi Aiden. Ouch! The thought of his tongue getting stuck to that pole is painful to even think about!
My fave holiday movie is Arthur Christmas.
I totally forgot about this movie! Your post makes me want to watch it again this holiday season.
Frozen is my favourite holiday movie. It is so heart warming. I rate it a 50 out of 10.
I like “on strike for christmas”
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