Friday, December 21, 2007

Christmas is all around....

Well I feel like it's been a while since I've talked about any celebs or Hollywood news, and you know what...it may just stay that way. There are just too many dang pregnant ladies and coked out singers that I just don't really have much to say that Perez or Trent or Michael aren't already saying. Except these two...aw....my favorite celebrity duo that can do no wrong in my eyes (and apparently Go Fug Yourself agrees)....


Awwwwww....

Okay I'm done.

So instead of writing about my usual Hollywoodness I thought I'd add another holiday themed blog in the mix since Christmas is only four days away (eee!) and I have all of next week off and don't know how much I'll actually be blogging in there. So I'm naming my top three Christmas movies (aka movies I usually watch to feel more Christmassie) Here goes....

#3 Mickey's Christmas Carol. Well one, how can you not love a Disney movie? And two, it's a Christmas Carol. That should say it all right there. I don't know, maybe it's the kid in me, but I love this movie.


#2 Home Alone. Because who honestly didn't do the screaming face after this movie?



And #1.....Love Actually.
I mean really. How does this movie not give you goosebumps? It makes me laugh and tear up and basically feel all warm and fuzzy inside, haha. I love the songs, the stories, the people, gah I love it all....actually (haha, bad joke).



And what are your favorite holiday movies?
Happy Holidays!

17 comments:

Virginia said...

I still haven't watched Love Actually yet this season!! I definitely need to do that. Maybe tonight.

Merry Christmas!!

Susie said...

Def. Love Actually!!!!

Also, The Grinch, Miracle on 34th St., and The Polar Express.

nicoleantoinette said...

I have nothing to add because Love Actually rules all. :)

Ashley said...

Ohh Love Actually is by far my favorite. I watch it allll year round.

I also love the Christmas Story (that one with the little kids that they play for 24 hours on TBS....yeah that one) along with Its a Wonderful Life. Gotta love those classics.

Valley Girl said...

What I would give to trade places with Violet Affleck...

ana said...

Ah you make me feel like The Grinch. I seem to be the only one not bubble popping with zest because it is Christmas. Its been christmas for many days around this household. I've been singing carols, have had the tree up, decorated and lighted for days. Bought presents. Now what, wait for santa? Don't think he's coming my way, I've been way too naughty this year, blame it on Chuck Bass.

Ah what the hell, Merry Christmas.

LBIC said...

Awe, Love Actually is the bestest ever. I'm totally watching that all next week.

Have a very fabulous holiday vacation, hun!!

So@24 said...

Hands down the first Die Hard is my favorite holiday movie.

What? It IS a holiday movie!

Damsel in DIgress said...

i just watched love actually the other night for the, oh, 39842984th time in my life, and i made my boyfriend watch it with me, he a virgin to the glory of the film. and while i fell asleep while we watched it, he stayed up and watched the whole thing. and told me the next morning it was very cute.

such are the powers of this movie!

also, i love that you listed home alone. BUZZ. WOOF. YOUR GIRLFRIEND.

is it nerdy of me to mention elf?

Andrea said...

Aww, love actually is one my most favorite movies ever!!!

Julie Q said...

i must admit- i thought love actually was kinda boring the first time i saw it, but then a girl at work like almost hit me when I told her my review. lol let's just say she made me watch it again and I loved it, actually :) hahaha

nicoleantoinette said...

Okay you need to look at this immediately: http://gofugyourself.typepad.com/go_fug_yourself/2007/12/happy-fugging-h.html

molly said...

i havent seen ANY of them
im so disappointed in myself
but home alone was on tv last night and i watched like five minutes of it

Nanette said...

Love Actually is definitely my fav, too! I also love Elf, Bad Santa and of course, Christmas Story!

Larissa said...

Oh man, Home Alone...my brothers and I quote that to no end. All year long.

Merry Christmas, Katelin!

Therapeutic Ramblings said...

I may lose my Man Card for saying this....but "Love Actually" is a pretty perfect movie, it is in my Top 5 of all time. It has all of the elements of a great movie: Good story, solid dialogue, nice acting, great soundtrack, and great pacing.

And that scene with the signs...easily one of the most romantic of all time. (from what I've seen).

tarametblog said...

Good picks. I now associate Christmas carols that are in Home Alone like Rockin around The Xmas tree with the film.