Readers share their favorite holiday flick
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We asked our Facebook pals to round up their all-time favorite holiday films. See which classics made the list, and which ones didn't (sorry, It's a Wonderful Life), plus discover—or rediscover—a few forgotten flicks for the season.
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"The Bishop's Wife," says Kris H. "It reminds us to be good to each other—and it has Cary Grant."
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"National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation," says Lisa E. "We always watch it and always laugh until we're crying."
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"Miracle on 34th Street," says Mary Anice C. "Because it shows miracles can happen, even to those who do not believe!"
Loving It5 of 11
"Love Actually," says Karen D. "Simply because it's the best movie ever."
Let It Snow6 of 11
"White Christmas with Bing Crosby," says Tiffany S. "I watch it at least once a week during the holiday season."
Puppet Show7 of 11
"Christmas Story and National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation are always on the list—usually followed by our guilty pleasure: A Muppet Christmas Carol," admits Shanika M.
Ice, Ice Baby8 of 11
"Polar Express is my favorite Christmas movie," says Stephanie W. "The animation, music, humor, characters, and storyline rekindle my desire to believe in Santa every time I watch it."
Female Bonding9 of 11
"This Christmas," says Phyllis C., who raves about the film featuring Loretta Devine, Chris Brown, Delroy Lindo, Idris Elba, Columbus Short and Regina King.
This Is Nutty10 of 11
"It never feels like the holidays until I watch A Charlie Brown Christmas," says Keila L. "My older sister and I used to dance along with the Peanuts gang while Schroeder played the piano."
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"Home Alone," confesses Brit Z. "I grew up with it, and little Macaulay Culkin was the best. 'Merry Christmas, ya filthy animal.'"
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