The Greatest Holiday Classics. The Greatest Holiday Classics by Kenny G 2019-01-15

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The 50 Best Holiday Movie Classics

The Greatest Holiday Classics

Not only was the second one just as funny, it added a whole new depth to the idea of Santa Claus. Love Actually 2003 Is Rick from The Walking Dead really in this movie? James McAvoy Professor-X , Hugh Laurie House , Bill Nighy Davy Jones , Laura Linney, and Eva Longoria are all part of the cast of voices in Arthur Christmas. The Family Man 2000 Nicholas Cage starring in a modern day Christmas Carol only instead of a rich old man, he is a young Wall Street millionaire that dates supermodels. If you have no idea who they are, please put down the electronic devices and go out and buy all their movies. Black Friday is becoming one of the most dangerous shopping days of the year. Just Friends 2005 Just Friends is surprisingly one of Ryan Reynolds funniest movies thanks to his ability to use sarcasm in almost every line. The Polar Express 2004 Tom Hanks does not make too many mistakes and even though he is animated, it is still very much his voice.

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The Greatest Holiday Classics

And if you have seen it, as most of us already have, then you would agree. Jack Frost 1979 There are not too many villains in holiday movies but Jack Frost is the single greatest one ever created. Nightmare Before Christmas 1993 Once again, Tim Burton created an instant holiday classic with Nightmare Before Christmas. He is so evil and so heartless to begin the story that you have to hate him. Performer s : Performed by Kenny G. One of the single greatest lines from one of the single greatest action movies ever made was when John McClane, played by Bruce Willis, meets Hans Gruber, played by Alan Rickman, for the first time. Not only has everyone heard about it, they have seen it at least once, in action.

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The 50 Best Holiday Movie Classics

The Greatest Holiday Classics

And it is just plain awesome. . A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving 1973 Charlie Brown is to the holidays what Gisele Bundchen Brady is to modeling. The Ref 1994 Denis Leary, Kevin Spacey, and Judy Davis make The Ref one of the better adult holiday classics to enjoy. If you wanted to know whether or not he go nuts on screen at least once? He carried this film all the way to the 26th spot on our list.

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The Greatest Holiday Classics

The Greatest Holiday Classics

Sometimes people are just born to play certain roles and the casting in this film was about as perfect as Christmas morning. There are not too many children out there asking for bolt action rifles anymore but when this movie first came out, everyone did. He himself claims that this was his favorite one to write. The reason we love this movie is because this is exactly how holiday shopping can be, especially when there is a hot item like the superhero toy from this film. But then something changes and he slowly begins to become someone you can feel bad for. So what better time to sit down and enjoy the best holiday movie classics ever made? If you need a laugh, you need to watch this one and be prepared to start quoting this movie too.

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The Greatest Holiday Classics

Trading Places 1983 Eddie Murphy is the best. The Polar Express is one of the best Christmas books for children of all time and the movie does a great job of bringing that tale to life. Babes in Toyland 1934 It is old, it is classic, and it is Laurel and Hardy. Ernest Saves Christmas is so ridiculous and so over the top that it is actually fun to watch. John McClain, Bruce Willis, is wearing a Christmas sweater for most of the movie while also killing terrorists.

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The greatest holiday classics (Musical CD, 2005) [alteredpt.com.au]

The Greatest Holiday Classics

But when he was filming movies, he was comedy gold. The Family Stone 2004 An all-star cast does not necessarily mean that a movie will be amazing. Description: 1 audio disc 51 min. The Family Stone is shocking funny and also one of the better holiday movies you need to watch this year. The movie is the exact opposite of a holiday family classic yet it is so funny and such a great story that you are almost required to watch this at least once, when you are old enough that is.

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The 50 Best Holiday Movie Classics

The Greatest Holiday Classics

Most people compare him to Pink Panther but we think he is too clever to be that guy. Miracle on 34th Street 1994 The story of Santa Claus is told a million times during the holidays but this remake of one of the all-time classics is just another example of how much we love Christmas. Chevy Chase does what Chevy Chase does best and it works perfectly to create one of the most memorable holiday films ever. Miracle on 34th Street 1947 Although it is extremely old and not in color, Miracle on 34th Street is one of our favorite holiday movies ever. The answer is an astounding yes indeed. Not only is it funny, the majority of the movie takes place in the bedroom where husband and wife duo are tied up while the criminal, Leary, contemplates what his next move may be. Lethal Weapon 1987 If Die Hard is on this list, Lethal Weapon has to be, right? Not only is Rudolph a holiday classic, it helped pave the road for six of the others on the list today.

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The Greatest Holiday Classics

The Greatest Holiday Classics

In fact, as shocking as it is, Tim Burton has more holiday classics on this list than any other director. Jingle All the Way 1996 Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a father set out to find the most popular toy of the holiday season. Seuss creations, the Grinch has to be the greatest. In case you wanted to argue that Die Hard 2 is not a holiday classic, you might want to ask yourself why not? A Christmas Story 1983 A Christmas Story is about as funny as it gets when it comes to Christmas movies starring kids. Bad Santa 2003 Speaking of adding new layers to the Santa Claus idea, Bad Santa tears them all down and punches us all in the face. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 1992 Sequels, especially for holiday films, are rarely worth watching.

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