best christmas movies

Jackie and Jay decided to visit New York and ask people on the street to convince Jackie to watch their favorite Christmas movie. Do you think it worked?
The scared/shocked face is incredibly prevalent. "Home Alone" and "Die Hard" are both modern-day holiday classics that we
This classic romantic comedy is enough to make you yearn for fall, Christmas and New Year's Eve, even in the heat of summer
Watching Christmas movies with the family is a holiday tradition on par with opening presents and eating a sugary breakfast
Christmas movies are a genre unto themselves: between live-action and animated features, there are literally hundreds of titles out there. Inevitably, some are pretty bad, others amusingly cheesy.
In this week's edition of Weeklings!, I toast all the Christmas classics: Miracle on 34th Street, Meet Me in St. Louis, Christmas Vacation, Bad Santa and many, many others. But only one can be best -- and gayest. Join me as I select the number one and, for the hell of it, rip on Chevy Chase.
During the holidays, the Internet becomes a ghost town. The articles you do find are the same, tired Christmas-themed articles
It is an undeniable favorite Christmas movie for most and made Macaulay Culkin a household name. Check some of the best moments
The holidays are known for being a time of excess. We eat too much, we drink too much, we spend too much and "A Christmas
"A Christmas Story?" "Bad Santa?" "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation?" College Humor wants to know what YOU think is
With glitzier fare squeezing out this special old stand-by, is the new generation missing out on something special? I think so. In short, the film explores the fundamental, overarching importance of the ties that bind.
It's a great time to hunker down on the sofa with your favorite Christmas movies. Whatever your annual viewing traditions
Christmas is awesome, but sometimes it can err on the sugary side, the annoying side, the get that hand-knit-sweater-out
It's a Wonderful Life can feel oppressively nostalgic and achingly sentimental in spots, but to its enduring credit, the movie never shrinks from portraying the dark flip-side of American life.