Our 10 Favorite Christmas Flicks

The holiday season has officially begun and to get you in the mood, here's 10 movies to get you in the Christmas spirit.

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How the Grinch Stole Christmas: He's a mean one, trying to take Christmas away from Whoville, but we still love the Grinch.
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Home Alone: After being left home alone for the holidays, Kevin McAllister (Macaulay Culkin), shows us how to kick some burglar butt.
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Elf: Ever saw an elf searching for his real father in New York? No? Then you have to see this movie starring Will Ferrell.
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National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation: We love the Griswold family vacations -- especially this one -- since everything is working out just like they planned...NOT!
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The Santa Clause: We love Tim Allen, but we don’t like that he killed Santa Clause on Christmas Eve. At least he’s pretty good at following in Santa's footsteps.
A Christmas Carol: If you haven't seen Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," it's about time you gave this 1938 classic a chance. And if you're not into black and whites, the film has been remade over and over and over again. In fact, Jim Carrey is starring in the 3-D adaption this holiday season.
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A Christmas Story: Coming to a TV screen near you -- just like every year -- "A Christmas Story." All Ralphie wants for Christmas is a Red Ryder BB gun, but everyone is scared that he'll "shoot his eye out." Does he get the only thing he wants? If you've seen the film, you know the answer, but it you haven't, well, you'll just have to watch.
White Christmas: This romantic musical will have you singing Christmas Carols before you know it. "White Christmas" starring Bing Crosby is the story of a song and dance team that fall for a singing sister act. The four of them join forces to save a failing lodge.
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It's a Wonderful Life: Ever wondered what life would be like if you never existed? George Bailey finds out when he is visited by a angel on Christmas Eve after contemplating suicide.
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Miracle on 34th Street: It's "Law and Order," Christmas-style. Watch a young lawyer defend a man claiming to be Santa Clause in this 1947 classic.
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