An ultimate classic, "Elf" is a story of a misfit who grows to be three times the size of his elf family, Buddy (Will Ferrell) ultimately heads to his birthplace of New York City to seek out his roots.=

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2. MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS (1944)

Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien star in this heartwarming tale of the emotional trauma the colorful members of an early 20th century St. Louis family experience when they learn their father has been transferred and they will have to move to New York.

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3. A CHRISTMAS CAROL (1938)

In one haunted evening, embittered old miser Ebenezer Scrooge (Reginald Owen), who has soured on the world and his fellowman, learns the true spirit of Christmas from three ghostly visitors.

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4. THE SHOP AROUND THE CORNER (1940)

Alfred Kralik (James Stewart) is a Budapest store clerk who finds himself feuding with his co-worker, Klara Novak (Margaret Sullavan), only to unknowingly fall in love with her.

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5. A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983)

In this holiday classic, Ralphie (Peter Billingsley), a young boy growing up in the '40's, dreams of owning a Red Rider BB gun. He sets out to convince the world this is the perfect gift.

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6. HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS! (2000)

The green and small-hearted Grinch (voiced by Boris Karloff) hates Christmas, and he desperately wants to make all the Whos in the town of Whoville as miserable on Christmas as he is. He tries every underhanded trick he can think of to steal every material vestige of the holiday, but he can't remove the spirit of Christmas from the hearts of the Whos.

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7. PEANUTS: A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS (1965)

Charlie Brown (voiced by Peter Robbins), in the first Peanuts' special, thinks Christmas is too commercialized but decides to direct the school play where he learns about the true meaning of Christmas.

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8. GREMLINS (1984)

A small town is besieged by some furry and not-so-cute little creatures after a young man ignores the warnings of a wise elder regarding their care and feeding.

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9. BATMAN RETURNS (1992)

In the second of the blockbuster Batman films, the physically deformed criminal genius The Penguin (Danny DeVito) threatens Gotham City. Helpless, the entire city can only pray that Batman (Michael Keaton) returns to defend the city from total chaos.

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10. LETHAL WEAPON (1987)

Two tough cops: one carries a lethal weapon (Danny Glover), the other is a one-man killing machine (Mel Gibson). Teamed as unlikely partners, the two investigate a suicide that leads to an international crime ring and ever-increasing danger in this blockbuster action thriller.

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