Christmas Movie Reviews

Kelly's Picks!

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These are my picks for Best Christmas Movies! I love to watch Christmas movies, it doesn't matter what time of the year it is! Nothing is better than sitting down to a big bowl of popcorn, some hot cocoa and watching a Christmas Movie. It really helps get you in that holiday spirit! Below you will find my reviews and information about the movies such as but not limited to: It's a Wonderful Life, White Christmas, The Santa Claus, Fred Claus, Christmas Vacation...and even the old cartoon classics like Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph! Hope you enjoy my reviews!

  • A Charlie Brown Christmas

  • A Christmas Story

  • It's a Wonderful Life

    A Charlie Brown Christmas

    Not Rated 1965- This is a heartwarming Christmas special that plays on TV during the holiday season each year. It is also on DVD so that you can play it whenever you like. Charlie Brown thinks that Christmas has become all about commercialism. Join the Peanut's Gang as they find out the true meaning of Christmas. Linus recites the bible and traditional Christmas music is sung. It really brings back childhood memories.

    A Christmas Story

    PG 1985. This is my daughters Kaitlyn's favorite Christmas movie. She likes to watch it each year at Christmas. This charming movie recounts the desire of a nine year old boy, Ralphie, who wants a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas. Set in post WWII Cleveland, Ohio, enjoy following the shenanigans and mishaps of Ralphie, his buddies and his family!

    It's a Wonderful Life

    Not Rated 1947. This is my favorite feel-good Christmas movie of all time. If you want to watch a Christmas movie that will give you that warm, fuzzy, feeling that you might be looking for during the holidays, look no further. Since he was a little boy, George Bailey had dreams of leaving his hometown of Bedford Falls to travel the world. Fate has other plans for George when his Dad passes away and George is left running the town Savings and Loan. Facing severe business difficulties leads George to contemplate suicide on Christmas Eve. He is saved by an Angel, Clarence, who shows George what the world would have been like if he would have never been born. Make sure you have a box of tissue for this one.

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