Christmas Movies Tag

Hello, readers!

Ilse tagged me to do the Christmas Movies tag, so here we are.



RULES;
-Link back to the blogger who tagged you.
-Answer the questions 
-Tag a general audience, or (a) specific blogger(s)



1. What is your favorite Christmas movie?
"A Christmas Story", followed up by "It's a Wonderful Life", followed up by "The Nightmare Before Christmas".

2. Which Christmas movie has your favorite representation of the North Pole?

Same as Ilse; "Elf".

3. Which Christmas movie has your favorite representation of Santa?
"Miracle on 34th Street".

4. What, in your opinion, is the most powerful Christmas movie you've seen?
Depends on what you mean exactly. Either "Christmas Carol (Jim Carrey)", or "It's a Wonderful Life".

5. This question you get to write. For me, it is: What's your favorite part of A Christmas Story?
The part where Schwartz dares Flick to stick his tongue to the pole (poor Flick).

6. Which Christmas movie makes you feel the most Christmas magic?
Hmmmmm... "Polar Express", probably. Like Ilse said, it's just really Christmas Magic-y.



Ok, so, no one that I tag has to do this, and if anyone wants to do it, they can go ahead, but I tag;
        Olivia at "Meanwhile, in Rivendell..."
        Meredith at "On Stories and Words"
        Kay/Mom at "Kay's Little Korner"


Thanks for reading, and please go check out Ilse's post!
~BekahTheBookworm

Comments

  1. Thank you for the tag!!

    Good answers! Apparently we share similar Christmas movie interests:)

    By the way, your mentioning Polar Express reminded me of this random story:

    So, you and your siblings had seen The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in theaters, and you were telling us about it on the way to skiing. Sander, who was sensitive to scary movies at the time, asked Daniel if he thought it would scare him. So Daniel asked, "What's the scariest movie you've ever seen?" And Sander answered, "Polar Express"(like I said, he was really sensitive!). Daniel thought that was pretty funny. xD

    And, by the way, Sander has since worked himself out of that, and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey used to be one of his favorite movies.

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  2. You're welcome, and thank you :)

    Haha, yeah, I remember Daniel telling me about that!
    (Woohoo, Sander :D)

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