What is the greatest Christmas movie of all time? 4 days ago

What is the greatest Christmas movie of all time?

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Because it isn't the Christmas season without an argument.

We are now officially into December, so it is now okay to have this conversation / debate / potential end of friendships, relationships, casual acquaintances, etc.

When it comes to Christmas movies, there are essentially two categories:

(1) Christmas movies that are ABOUT Christmas: The Santa Clause, Elf, Home Alone, Miracle on 34th Street, Fred Claus, Arthur Christmas, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, The Polar Express, The Grinch, etc.

Or...

(2) Christmas movies that just happen to be set at Christmas: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Gremlins, The Night Before, Office Christmas Party, The Holiday, It's A Wonderful Life, Bad Santa, Scrooged, Black Christmas, The Family Stone, etc.

And then there are the Christmas movies that aren't actually Christmas movies, but get associated with Christmas simply because that is when they're always on the telly. We're looking at you, the entire Harry Potter series!

So, tell us on Twitter or under this post on Facebook, what your favourite Christmas movie of all time is.

Check out the Reviewski gang argue about it below, from 03:10...

As it was Justine's Big Question, she gets to give her Big Answer first, and she went with Love, Actually. The festive movie that people either love to hate or love to kind of love, Justine obviously goes more for the latter, finding great joy in the one-time Mr. Bean taking an incredibly long time to wrap a single gift.

Rory went next, and went with... something a little different... Batman Returns. Yes, it is set at Christmas (like a lot of Tim Burton's movies, if you think about it), but this one features people in leather, some bondage, some S&M, kids being thrown into rivers... basically all of the stuff that Rory enjoys. In a movie. Just to be clear.

And finally, Paul couldn't help himself, and went with the most obvious Christmas movie answer of all, Dolly Parton's Christmas Of Many Colours Die Hard. Is it because he loves machine guns? Office parties? Family reunions? Most likely all of the above.

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