Oh my God, guys. OH. MY. GOD.
The Internet is SUCH A JERK here these days. It was down last Thursday all day, and most of Friday too. Yesterday, I was just too busy to post. And now, here it is, Tuesday again, and the interwebs have been up and down like a yo-yo AGAIN.
I was going to go random on your asses, because I thought I had so many important things to say after not posting in what feels like for.ev.errrr. But then I realized it was mostly just about LOST again, and how pissed off I am at the people in TO for booing Bieber at the Grey Cup halftime show on Sunday.
(Buncha classless assholes, in my honest opinion.)
ANYways… then I realized that today is the Tuesday 10 over at Lena B, Actually, and this week’s theme is Favourite Holiday Movies. Um, yes. One of my favourite things to talk about this time of year!
So – here we go…
Christmas just isn’t Christmas without Tim Allen gettin’ all fat & bearded, y’know?
I couldn’t actually watch this movie last year. I don’t think I’ll be able to this year, either. Hits a little too close to home. But I really do love it. Maybe next year.
This one always seems to be on TV around the holiday season, and I always try to catch it. It makes me think of Christmas.
I’m not sure there’s a holiday cartoon out there that can make me laugh at one moment, and cry at the next, like this one can. I mean, c’mon. It’s Adam Sandler! And the Hannukah Song!
This one has become a staple in my holiday movie viewing. I love Vince. I love Reese. I discovered this weekend that I actually have two copies of this movie on my DVD shelf. (?!?) So yeah…I must really like it.
You know what? I hated this one as a kid. But then I borrowed it from my friend Sara last year, and discovered a new appreciation for it. In fact, I even bought my own copy this year. The tunes in this one are AWESOME!! And…there are Muppets. ‘Nuff said.
I know, it’s not a full-length movie, but it’s awesome, and many of the kids who visit my place ask to watch this all year long. It really is my favourite version of “A Christmas Carol”.
Nothing says “Christmas” like McCauley Culkin getting left behind while his family goes on vacation for the holidays…I get so excited to watch this each year! (And the sequel too – Lost in New York is also a fun ride!)
I remember the day my mom brought this one home to us on VHS when I was a kid. It was in black & white, and I think I rolled my eyes, like, “Yeah, right”…I ended up falling in love with the story, and I have a tradition of watching it on Christmas Eve day every year.
Yep. Elf is my all-time favourite. I mean, I just think of Buddy grabbing the phone and saying, “Buddy the Elf! What’s your favourite colour?!” and it makes me smile. I sometimes watch this one more than once in the weeks leading up to Christmas… I love it so much!
So there you have it! My Top 10 Favourite Holiday Movies. What’s on your must-see list for the month of December? Go link up with Lena!
Now…everyone pray for me that the interwebs are still working when I hit POST…