Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Here are the classics the entire family can enjoy.
During the holidays, it's important to take time for family. Some of the best memories are made at home, and holiday movies provide the perfect chance to gather together to share classics that give you that warm, fuzzy feeling. With a bundle of holiday movies to choose from, options are endless. It can be tough to find movies everyone from Grandma to Little Timmy will enjoy, but these classics provide that perfect balance of entertainment for adults and magic for children. Some of my favorites include "It’s a Wonderful Life," a movie I didn’t even see until my husband and I were dating more than a decade ago. Now the movie keeps bringing me back each Christmas with its message and great storytelling. And children will always remember the…
Friday, December 23, 2011
Watch one of these holiday movies to get into the spirit of the season.
There are some great Christmas movies playing this weekend—catch them if you can. This classic 1946 film never gets old. Jimmy Stewart stars as George Bailey, whose life is touched by a guardian angel. This film was nominated for five Oscars. —8 p.m. Saturday on NBC. Don't miss this hilarious and touching movie of an Indiana boy that will have you saying, "You'll shoot your eye out," all day long. —Starts at 8 p.m. Saturday and runs for 24 hours nonstop on TBS. Clark Griswold has big plans for Christmas, which naturally turns into a total disaster. This movie is destined to make you laugh and be thankful that you aren't related to cousin Eddie. —6 p.m. Friday and 10 p.m. Sunday on ABC Family. The movie version of Dr. Seuss' beloved tale, …
Monday, December 12, 2011
Are you into the classic-classics? More for modern movies? Weigh in on our poll.
When you curl up on the couch to watch your favorite holiday movie, what's on the screen? There's Bing Crosby's in White Christmas, crooning to save the inn owned by his former army commander. How about Ralphie and his Red Ryder BB gun in A Christmas Story? Or is something like the modern classic Love Actually more likely to put you in a holiday mood? Vote in our poll below. This poll could list option after option, so if we missed your favorite, add it to the comments section below so everyone can build the best holiday movie lineup this season.