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 Post subject: The Last Movie You Enjoyed?
PostPosted: Fri Jul 08, 2011 11:32 pm 
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:mrgreen: :?: WHAT WAS THE LAST MOVIE YOU WATCHED WHICH YOU REALLY ENJOYED? :?: :mrgreen:

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The Top 20 Feel-Good Holiday Movies

Settle on the couch with some popcorn and these classic holiday films :D .

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For Christmas movies, it is always "A Christmas Carol". Any version. Even the Flintstones or Muppets or Mickey Mouse. I love the Christmas Carol in any form.

And so far, I haven't seen it this year.

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I love the 1984 George C. Scott version of that holiday classic, dori. I think Scott makes the best Scrooge!

One of my favorite shows on television (PBS) is the classic British comedy "Are You Being Served?" Watching the episode entitled "Christmas Crackers" is a holiday tradition in my house. It's hilarious! We also watch Bing Crosby's "White Christmas."

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I can't get PBS so don't have the chance to see the great British comedies. I love them too.

Never did get a chance to see any version of 'A Christmas Carol' this year. But there were other Christmas programs I did see, just not the one I wanted most to watch. Mostly I started to see something and fell asleep. There will be time for watching later...

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The Help is an excellent movie! I'm going to enjoy the second season of Downton Abbey, too....on PBS, dori! Wish you could get it!

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