Editors’ choice: watch top five holiday movies

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  • 5. HOME ALONE (1990) directed by Chris Columbus. A parent’s worst nightmare comes true when they mistakenly leave their son, Kevin, at home, when leaving for Paris. Kevin enjoys life without supervision, but his fun comes to an end when he realizes two burglars are trying to break into his house.

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  • 4. HOW THE GRINCH Stole Christmas! (1966) directed by Chuck Jones. This original adaptation of the beloved Dr. Suess book has been cherished by people of all ages. The Grinch grows to despise Christmas as he watches the townsfolk of Whoville have fun each year. He devises a plan to take away all the Christmas joy by dressing up as Santa Claus and sneaking into their houses to steal their decorations and gifts.

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  • 3. A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983) directed by Bob Clark. This classic is based around the crazy adventures of a young boy , Ralphie, who's only wish is to receive a Red Ryder Air Rifle. It's filled with exciting memories that never fail to leave the audience amused, and you can't forget about the leg lamp!

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  • 2. A CHARLIE BROWN Christmas (1965) directed by Bill Melendez. A feeling of nostalgia will overtake any reader after viewing this feel-good cartoon. Charlie Brown spends the season with his friends, searching for the true meaning of Christmas. He overlooks the flashy materialism of the holiday, and even finds the perfect tree, although its the smallest one in the lot.

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  • 1. ELF (2003) DIRECTED by Jon Favreau. Elf is a seasonal favorite that’s a must-see for any comedy lover. Buddy, an adopted elf who spent his life in the North Pole, moves to New York to search for a way to fit in, while also trying to find his real father.

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