Thursday, November 22, 2012

Your Turn

First Christmas or holiday movie you are going to watch today.

51 comments:

dia papaya said...

Um. Planes Trains & Automobiles!!!

Time to start cooking. Everyone have fun today :)

supapimp said...

Die hard. What else? Happy thanksgiving!

rll said...

Home Alone obvs

Becks said...

It's a Wonderful Life.

Redd said...

too soon, I am watching AbFab!

FSP said...

Football all day! If any movie, A Christmas Story.

CarmeliteLady said...

The Santa Clause, with Tim Allen. So. Freaking. Cute. It makes me believe in Santa Claus every time, I know it's silly and it's a kid's holiday, but I really get into it.

seaward said...

There was a post here not too long ago that talked about Home For The Holidays, so I wanted to watch that. I requested it from the library & was 4th in line for it. Then whoever had it lost it!! Now I'm 3rd in line, but they don't even have it anymore. :'(

So probably Love Actually.

Seachica said...

I watched the thanksgiving episode of WKRP in Cincinnati last night. Bombs away!

Merlin D. Bear said...

Given I'm working, that's gonna be a toughie.
However I have faith that whoever's in charge of the remote at work will have something on.
So I'll probably catch a few minutes of NCSI's Christmas themed episode.
Or something similar.
But truth be told, I'm holding out for the train wreck that will be "Liz & Dick...The Blohan Travesty".
Certain to be a holiday classic.

Me said...

we watched elf last week (does that count?) and charlie briwn's chriustmas movie. fir the first time this year i'm hearing people that that charlie brown christmas is depresing from about 1/2 the people i know. who knew?

Egyptian Ankh said...

Watched Planes, Trains and Automobiles last night. One of my all time Thanksgiving favorites is Scent of A Woman.

SusanB said...

Leaving soon for dinner with the in-laws. But the Christmas movie I watch each and every year at least twice is A Christmas Story. It came out on video not long before my mom died (back in the 1980s) and it made her cry - said it reminded her of when my sibs and I were kids. And the dad in that movie is a lot like my dad was. So it's my favorite.

EmEyeKay said...

Season 2 of Once Upon A Time (thanks again, Vicki!)

Erin said...

Oddly, our tradition since I was little is to watch the Rankin and Bass "The Hobbit". It's just not the holidays without it.

Roman Holiday said...

Happy Birthday Dia Papaya!!! Don't eat to much turkey :)

Happy Thanksgiving to all!! May you have plenty of food on your table and peace in your heart!!!

It's a Wonderful Life.

VIPblonde said...

After Thanksgiving dinner is consumed, the Christmas season can finally begin with the annual viewing of Christmas Vacation to kick things off. Then tomorrow comes Elf while putting up the tree!

Maja. With a J. said...

I watch Elf and Bad Santa every year, but not until Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

Henriette said...

When Harry Met Sally... Technically not a holiday movie, but the best scenes happen around the holidays and they get together at New Year's.

JSierra said...

If anything A Christmas Story. I plan on just getting really trashed today.
I have to work tomorrow morning (flying spaghetti monster save my soul) and with spending Thanksgiving alone I figured day drunk was definitely the way to go.

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I hope it is a safe and happy day for all

Alicia said...

Henriette! I love that movie!

Elf for me.

Happy birthday Dia!

Lola153 said...

Escape From New York

timebob said...

Godfather marathon on AMC!

UnicornStarDust said...

Love Actually!

rejectedcarebear said...

I LOVE that show!

rejectedcarebear said...

Home for the Holidays is my favorite. But I'll probably watch Die Hard. This weekend I will be watching both seasons of GOT cause I'm a nerd! Gobble Gobble Y'all!

lostathome said...

I'm watching my dog skip

Sherry said...

Home For The Holidays is always #1 at our house.

Reese said...

"Tadpole", "Hannah and Her Sisters" and "Metropolitan".

Happy Thanksgiving to all! Thankful for all of your great entertainment Enty!

RowdyRodimus said...

Stupid I know but Batman: The Animated Series classic "Christmas With The Joker" and then The He-Man and She-Ra Christmas Special.

I'm a child of the 80's and early 90's..

Momster said...

@ Seachica, one of the funniest episodes on TV ever. . .
"As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly!!!"

Sarah said...

None today but my first one will be Elf.

'you did it! Congratulations! World's best cup of coffee! Great job, everybody! It's great to be here'

Stephanie said...

National Lampoons Christmas Vacation and The Holiday! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. I'm off to open some "chef's juice" and get to cookin'!

Renoblondee said...

Love Actually. Then Bad Santa, Christmas Vacation. A Christmas Story we watch on Christmas Eve when it runs on TBS over and over. I also like to include the Winona Ryder Little Women during the holidays too if I have the time.

Jaiden_S said...

Today? Nothing. We'll watch Christmas Vacation this weekend, though.

Mooshki said...

M*A*S*H marathon for me. I've got over a hundred eps saved up on my dvr. There are a few holiday episodes in there, so I think that should count.

BostonGirl said...

A Christmas Story. "You'll shoot your eye out." I love this movie so many great lines.

BostonGirl said...

A Christmas Story. "You'll shoot your eye out." I love this movie so many great lines.

Cee Kay said...

Not today, but A Christmas Story will be first followed by all the usual players.

urban chaos said...

Another Love Actually watcher here! <3 my husband and I enjoy a good rom com

EmEyeKay said...

Season 2 is really good so far, rejected. I'm on #4.

urban chaos said...

P.S. happy birthday Dia!!!

goheels83 said...

Christmas Vacation!!!

Lioness70 said...

The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Stacey Charter said...

None today... It's an NCIS Gibb's -a - thon on USA. BUT the first one will probably be some cheesy Lifetime one. Too soon for Elf and White Christmas for me.

Tru Leigh said...

I watched "Safety Not Guarenteed" just because I had the DVD.

Merlin D. Bear said...

OT, but still...
@EmEyeKay
I'm another "Once" addict...so I have to ask... just *WHAT* was in that damn box that made him suddenly go from an attitude of "yeah buddy, stay right there, I'm gonna call the men in white coats to take you away" to "ok, I believe" in a nanosecond?
And what's your opinion of the inclusion of Mulan as a "storybook character" ? Last I checked, she was a Disney creation less than 10 years old, not a classic character like Snow, Aurora, etc. (But I'm still hooked)

Charley said...

Home Alone- Lost in New York.

rejectedcarebear said...

Merlin- Mulan is actually an old Chinese folk tale, not just a Disney character. Also, I wanna know what was in the damn box too!

OnionRing said...

I feel exactly the same way. There is no better way to feel 7 years old again than watching The Santa Clause!

KLM said...

Black Christmas and maybe Harold and Kumar... Yeah.