Holiday Movie Favourites ~ Designing Gal
I'm guilty of wanting to watch holiday movies and listen to Christmas music all year long. But that would ruin the anticipation and specialness of the holiday season, so I do my best to wait until the middle of November before I indulge in my favourites. It doesn't matter how many times I've seen these movies, they always put me in a festive spirit and I never tire of watching them again & again. And of course I own them all on blu-ray or DVD so I don't have to wait for them to air on TV or spend money renting them on demand every year. I thought I would share with you my very favourite holiday movies that everyone should see and own. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!

  1. Home Alone (1990) - can you believe this movie turns 25 years old this year!
  2. Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer (1964) - I save watching this special one for December 1st. It reminds me of my childhood and it marks the true start of the holiday season for me.
  3. Frosty The Snowman (1969) - this seasonal cartoon is celebrating it's 45th anniversary this year. I can't wait to make a Frosty with my little nephew this winter!
  4. The Holiday (2006) - it's a Nancy Meyers film, need I say more? And Cameron Diaz's stylish winter wardrobe is to die for!
  5. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989) - the perfect holiday comedy. I can still hear my mom squealing when the squirrel jumps out of the Christmas tree!
  6. Love Actually (2003) - a charming holiday film that puts the romance in Christmas.
  7. It's A Wonderful Life (1947) - this movie is a true classic that will warm your heart.
  8. How The Grinch Stole Christmas (1966) - this cartoon about an evil green Grinch who hates Christmas has been around forever but it never gets old.
  9. White Christmas (1954) - this beautiful holiday musical is my absolute favourite. I've watched it every Christmas Eve since I was very little.
Honourable Mention....
Every Rankin/Bass holiday film ever made - they may have been created for children in the 1960's and 1970's, but as an adult I still love them.

The Sound of Music (1965) - it's not actually a holiday movie - there are no Christmas scenes. But every year it airs between Christmas and New Year's and the holiday season isn't complete without it.


Deanna xo

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