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    Santa Clause - the 80s one with Dudley Moore.

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    I'm with a pp, Polar Express! Beautiful movie.

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    Question, are most listed above suitable for 3-5yr olds? Or older kids?

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    A Christmas Story (1983)- an American movie, comedy. Has some funny moments.

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    I love Bad Santa - watch it every Christmas Eve - not for kids though.

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    Home Alone 1 and 2
    Muppets Christmas Carol
    The grinch


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    National lampoons Xmas movie. It's so stupid but I love vintage Chevy chase.

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    So far this year our kids have watched Elf, Arthur Christmas and the Polar Express. We started a smidge early but just love this time of year.
    Any more recommendations for three and five year olds?

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    I'm sort of embarrassed to say I like Scrooged...the one with Bill Murray in it. I think it was made in the 80s...

    I also love Miracle on 34th Street. That used to be on TV every year and I haven't seen it for such a long time. Might have to track it down.

    The Home Alone movies are quite entertaining too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just*Ace View Post
    A mom for Christmas! It used to be on TV every year and now it never is such a good movie
    I was watching this on youtube last night.

    My other favorites are Home Alone, Elf, Bad Santa, Muppets Christmas Carol, Love Actually (or S**t Actually if you've seen the Honest Trailer, lol), and The Polar Express.

    Can you tell I love Christmas?


 

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