Holiday Movies

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Festive Tasks, Door 24 — Cherished Memories, Task 4: What’s your favorite Christmas/holiday movie that you can watch again and again? (This can be any movie that takes place during the holiday season, whether or not it’s in the ‘spirit’ of the season (i.e. Die Hard or Lethal Weapon).

The Christmas movies I rewatch every year on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day are the adaptations of five of my annual Christmas rereads (A Christmas Carol, Hercule Poirot’s Christmas, The Christmas Pudding, The Blue Carbuncle, and The Nine Tailors), plus Little Lord Fauntleroy, which isn’t actually a Christmas story but ends on Christmas Day in my favorite movie adaptation, the one starring Sir Alec Guinness and Ricky Schroder.

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