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Recommend me some underappreciated Christmas movies...

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Muppet Christmas Carol is awesome

I wish I hadn't given that away to my now Ex-GF and her Daughters!

#1) The Ref with Denis Leary!

#2) Love Actually! See this with someone you love.


Merry Christmas (France) - 78th Academy Awards - Best Foreign Movie Nominee [2006]

#4) Silent Night (2002) Christian Film Recommendation (Subtitled)

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Santa Claus Conquers the Martians


It features a wino Santa and Martians

lol I just bought a 2.99 Holiday Collection dvd from Kmart specifically because it has this movie on it.

Same dvd also has Santa Who? with Leslie Nielsen (2000)

and Santa Claus a Mexican film from K. Gordon Murray (1959) with a demon omg

End of a very long review:

"Look, the bottom lime here is that this silly film is a laugh riot. How we giggle and guffaw at this film each time we view it is beyond analysis. Just enjoy the darn movie, and laugh yourself a merry (albeit bizarre) little Christmas. Now. "

The dvd also has Miracle on 34th Street but in B&W which is the way it should be watched.

I can't wait to get the family together to watch these! God bless Mill Creek Entertainment lol

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Omgz Serendipity

You read my mind...

I think I'll watch that soon! Love that movie :)

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