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Die Hard The Christmas Movie

When it comes to Holiday Christmas Classics on TV and Movies there is no shortage of great entertainment. The holidays are going to whip by us so fast it will make your head spin. Take some time around the family tube and don’t forget some of these Christmas classics from the past.

Here are some are my personal favorites. I won’t be surprised if in some parts of the movie make your eyes water a bit. It must be the onion dip with the potato chips. I hope you get a chance to see some of my all-time favorite Christmas movies.

WCSX Staff Picks For Favorite Holiday Christmas Classics

Megan Murphy – goes right off the charts to start a controversy with the pick of the movie, “Die Hard.”  Megan, a huge Bruce Willis fan says, “I’m totally 100% on the bandwagon that, Die Hard is no doubt a Christmas movie.”

Big Jim’s House Jim O’Brian – “Yippee ki yay,” a second vote for, Die Hard. As for TV classics, the episode of M*A*S* H* where Hawkeye goes out as Santa to a fox hole.

Local Celebrity Ryan Logan –  The Christmas Classic, Bad Santa.  The Christmas season just got much less joyous in this dark comedy, Billy Bob Thornton, Tony Cox, Bernie Mac.

Donielle Flynn – picks Rise of the Guardians.

“I consider Rise of The Guardians a Christmas movie but really it deals with all holidays.  It centers around Jack Frost.  The cast is star-studded.  Chris Pine is Jack Frost, Hugh Jackman plays the Easter Bunny, and Alec Baldwin voices a tatted-up Russian Santa.

“Our favorite family Christmas movie is National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. The movie is a timeless classic and has so many unforgettable moments.”

Ben Perez WCSX Regional Promotions ManagerPromotions – Favorite is, A Christmas Story. Be careful, Ben, you’ll shoot your eye out, kid. 
Screamin’ Scott Randall – Here are some of my personal favorites. I won’t be surprised if some parts of the movie make your eyes water a bit. It must be the onion dip with the potato chips. I hope you get a chance to see some of my all-time favorite Christmas movies. Some great Christmas Holiday Movie Classics watching is in store for the next few weeks. And if you really want to know what I think. Yes, I think, Die Hard is a Christmas movie too.

  • The Night of the Meek - The Twilight Zone episode (season 2, episode 11)

    This movie originally aired on December 23, 1960, on CBS. Years before Bad Santa, Art Carney starred as a drunk mall Santa with one wish to make someone’s Christmas wishes come true. There are a lot of Hollywood extras in this episode to make this a wonderful Christmas classic come to life. It’s my All-TIME favorite must-see episode.

  • The Ref - with Denis Leary , Kevin Spacey, Judy Davis

    Denis Leary plays an unfortunate cat burglar trapped in a fate worse than jail when he takes a bickering couple played by Kevin Spacey, and Judy Davis, and their annoying relatives hostage. Before long, they’re driving him nuts, and the line between who is whose hostage begins to blur. His only hope is to act as their referee and resolve their differences.

     

  • Fred Clause - starring Vince Vaughn

    Vince Vaughn had a smash hit with the movie, “Swingers,” in 1996. I was so impressed that I had to watch everything that he was in. Here is Vince in a Christmas movie, Fred Clause. Imagine if Santa had a brother.

  • Bill Murray in "SCROOGED"

    This is a hilarious take-off of Charles Dickens’s “A Christmas Carol.” Bill Murry and a cast of characters rip through the Christmas Tale with a lot of twists and turns. Even the ending seems like the movie company ran out of money for a script to finish. It does end on a happy note.

  • Three Stooges Christmas

    What kind of Three Stooges fan are you?  Do you like Shemp or Curly?  This short film entitled “Malice in the Palace” features Shemp along with Moe and Larry as each don disguises as Santa Claus and rides in a horse-drawn sleigh across the sand.

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