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Re: Christmas Movies [Re: raleigh] #560692 10/30/09 05:21 PM
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Muppet Christmas Carol is my favorite!

Re: Christmas Movies [Re: Lauren_ NY] #561599 11/03/09 11:16 PM
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Yea, I do love the Muppet Christmas Carol too. I am excited about this new one since it will be shown in the IMAX theater. I just always love going to those theaters with the awesome surround sound and huge screens. I am also a big Jim Carrey fan. smile


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Re: Christmas Movies [Re: raleigh] #561657 11/04/09 04:41 AM
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I would like to check out the new one with Jim Carrey as well. Hopefully, it will be better than his Grinch movie.


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Re: Christmas Movies [Re: Vance - Crime Editor] #562390 11/05/09 11:57 PM
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Not that I needed any convincing, but after I read this review of the movie I just couldn't stop smiling. It got 4 out of 4 stars with critics praising the film.

"I remain unconvinced that 3-D represents the future of the movies, but it tells you something that Zemeckis' three 3-D features (also including "Beowulf") have wrestled from me 11 of a possible 12 stars. I like the way that Zemeckis does it. He seems to have a more sure touch than many other directors, using 3-D instead of being used by it. If the foreground is occupied by close objects, they're usually looming inward, not out over our heads. Note the foreground wall-mounted bells that we look past when Scrooge, far below, enters his home; as one and then another slowly starts to move, it's a nice little touch. So should you take the kiddies? Hmmm. I'm not so sure. When I was small, this movie would have scared the living ectoplasm out of me. Today's kids have seen more and are tougher. Anyway, "A Christmas Carol" has the one quality parents hope for in a family movie: It's entertaining for adults."

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Re: Christmas Movies [Re: raleigh] #563870 11/12/09 09:52 AM
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Christmas in Connecticut with Barbara Stanwyck

The Polar Express

A Christmas Story

It's A Wonderful Life

Elf

are my must sees during the Christmas Season


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Re: Christmas Movies [Re: Vance - Crime Editor] #564027 11/12/09 07:48 PM
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My favorite Christmas movies

A Christmas Story

How the Grinch stole Christmas- original



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Re: Christmas Movies [Re: Maureen-Twisted artist] #564080 11/12/09 11:49 PM
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My favorite Christmas films

A Miracle on 34th Street
A Christmas Story
A Muppet Christmas Carol
It's a Wonderful Life
Polar Express
Elf

TV Christmas specials

A Charlie Brown Christmas
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol
Amahl and the Night Visitors

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Re: Christmas Movies [Re: raleigh] #567782 11/29/09 04:45 PM
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My favourite christmas film of all time, has to be the classic, It's A Wonderful Life, plus of course followed a close second is a Christmas Carol,. :-)

Re: Christmas Movies [Re: valleygirl] #567786 11/29/09 05:31 PM
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Which version of "A Christmas Carol" do you like best? My favorite is A Muppet Christmas Carol.

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