Adopted by a Elf in the North Pole, Buddy the Elf (Will Ferrel) wants to meet his father in New York City. Unfortunately his father is on the naughty list. This movie is full of charm and humor. Literally laugh out loud moments. A little weak on the climax, but still a Christmas favorite.
1992, Fozzie and Kermet
There is no doubt that the Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is a favorite. I love the Muppet’s take on this classic. Funny clever and Christmas warming. This is a great film.
1992, Tim Allen
Certainly the best in the trilogy (like most films). Santa Claus is a film that I grew up on. Reasonably funny, a good film to watch around the wood stove.
1993, Tim Burton
This is the first year I’ve ever watched this show. My parents would never let me watch it before. Big mistake. This movie has the charm of a ring on Valentines Day. The music is lovely, and the very original story line is cute.
A Charlie Brown Christmas
1965, Depressed Young Children
What can I say about this one. This movie is a classic. It’s a must watch for everybody.
1990, Macaulay Culkin
My Grandmother makes me watch this movie every year. She absolutely loves this movie. It is really funny, and portrayed Macaulay Culkin before he was creepy.