labe- The Ten: Best Christmas Movies of All Time - Oh So Geeky

The Ten: Best Christmas Movies of All Time

Nostra came up with a great idea to get everyone in the Christmas spirit: a Best Christmas Movies of All Time relay race, where bloggers try to decide which are the best holiday movies. Thanks to Margaret at Cinematic Corner for passing the torch over to me! Let's get started!

Here are the rules:

The list has 10 Christmas movies (in random order) and when the baton is handed over to a new blogger, he or she has to remove one title of the list (with an explanation why) and add one new title. 

Once that is done a new blogger is contacted who will take the baton and run with it, doing the same (you can reinstate a title which has been previously removed). 

As Christmas is in three weeks I want to ask you to publish your entry as quickly as possible to make sure the list changes as much as possible before the 25th of December. Add the logo of this relay race to your post and also add links to those who came before you making it easy for everyone to find all the entries

The bloggers so far: Marked Movies, Keith and the Movies, Flixchatter, Rambling Film, Two Dollar Cinema, Dell on Movies, A Film a Day, Cinematic Corner

Here are the current movies:

Bad Santa


Die Hard


Elf


Love Actually


Home Alone


It's A Wonderful Life


Joyeux Noel


The Nightmare Before Christmas


A Christmas Story



What I'm taking out: Gremlins

Sorry Brittani, but I'm taking out Gremlins. Speaking from personal experience, I've only watched Gremlins once and that was enough for me. It just doesn't really get me in the holiday spirit, and I'm not too sure how popular it is during the holidays like some of the other movies on this list. :/

What I'm Replacing it with: Bridget Jones's Diary

Because you can't let Christmas slip by without at least watching this once. It's Bridget Jones's Diary. This movie has everything for the holidays: dysfunctional families, ugly Christmas sweaters, Colin Firth in general, breaking new years resolutions, "I like you just the way you are", Hugh Grant and Colin Firth getting "into a real fight", and Renee Zellweger is absolutely hysterical.

I'm passing the baton over to MettelRay! Good luck!

No comments:

Powered by Blogger.