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ironsofcanada 3:51 Mon Nov 23
Best Christmas Film of All Time?
BBC in their quest to become Buzzfeed have stumbled across something a bit fun and useful.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/37pRRyfN60sQzNq8X4NBP9G/your-ultimate-christmas-film-vote

I am going off that list a put in one vote for

Santa's Slay

- filmed in my hometown
- stars a wrestler

What more can you ask for?

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The_Phantom 8:59 Tue Nov 24
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
After much, well seconds of, consideration the Phantom vote goes to...Love Actually. Has got a bit of everything.

Honourable mentions for
Jack Frost ( Michael Keaton)
Babes in Toyland ( Laurel & Hardy)
Die Hard 1&2
Home Alone
Gremlins

munkyfunk 8:39 Tue Nov 24
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Lampoons
Bad santa
Both crack me up

Manuel 6:07 Tue Nov 24
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Percy Dalton 6:57 Mon Nov 23

''Not really a Christmas film but when the kids were here we always watched Oliver''


Yea I like this too, and like the wizard of oz, the great escape, etc, it has fuck all to do with Christmas, but is a Christmas film. I think the Ben Kingsley one in 2005 is the best version.

FruityBoots. 12:56 Tue Nov 24
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Christmas Vacation

PwoperNaughtyButNot 12:49 Tue Nov 24
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Karate Kid has to be up there

Alex Bunbury 12:36 Tue Nov 24
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Definitely Zulu!

Mr Anon 12:05 Tue Nov 24
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
VirginiaHam 9:12 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?

Zulu?

Far Cough 11:25 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Gielgud made that film

Nurse Ratched 11:24 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
I disagree. She was creepy.

Far Cough 11:23 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Nurse, she was good in Arthur with Dudley Moore, loved it when John Gielgud's character Hobson tells her to steal something casual

Nurse Ratched 11:17 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Judy Garland makes me heave. I just loathed her. Ditto her daughter.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 10:31 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Nurse Ratched 6:42 Mon Nov 23

Few would deny the charm of the four leading performances, particularly that of the wonderful Ray Bolger, but you are right. Every second they are offscreen the film drips with paedophile and sundry unintended creepiness. The Lollipop Guild scene may be one of the most unpleasant things ever committed to celluloid.

Grumpster 10:20 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Scrooge the musical is a must every Xmas.

Its a wonderful life is probably one of the worst films I've ever seen.

Faux Bare 10:14 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
No surprise to see the puerile goose is into kids films.

goose 9:38 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
I forgot Uncle Buck

VirginiaHam 9:12 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Zulu.
Polar Express.
Home Alone.

Too Much Too Young 9:06 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
How the Grinch stole Christmas.

lab 9:03 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
A Christmas Carol ,the animated one , JimCarrey.

Side of Ham 8:58 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
The Godfather films always seem to be rolled out over Christmas....I like them.....

goose 8:31 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
Home Alone
Home Alone 2
Trading Places

Haz 8:25 Mon Nov 23
Re: Best Christmas Film of All Time?
I don't know why but every Christmas I watch the Bourne films. Just love em and treat myself to them over the festive period.

Oh and Alistair Sim's Scrooge. Classic.

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