Well, maybe this one is more of an anti-Christmas movie. Still, it's awfully funny.
A classic if ever there was one. There are a couple of different versions of Miracle on 34th Street, but the 1947 film starring Maureen O'Hara, Natalie Wood and Edward Gwenn (who won Best Supporting Actor for the performance) is the best.
If you need to know why, see Wednesday's post.
I never get tired of watching this movie. It's as funny to me now as it was the first time I saw it many years ago. Though, I suppose that watching it is a somewhat darker experience now that Randy Quaid has gone insane.
Dude, It's A Wonderful Life straight up owns Christmas. It's inescapable!