Favorite Holiday Movie?

In The Mix

December 16, 2018
Favorite Holiday Movie?

Sure, there's no rule saying you can't watch seasonal movies year-round, but when that season is here - you have you watch a good Holiday movie! Plus, TBS runs A Christmas Story for 24 hours, if you're at your parent's house, you're likely going to catch at least one run of this classic movie. This week for "In The Mix" - we ask our DJs what their favorite Holiday movie is. Let us know on Facebook or Instagram @991TheMix (@991WMYX on Twitter) which holiday movie you have you watch every year! You can also VOTE for your favorite Christmas movie of all time right here!

Elizabeth Kay (5:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.): "Hello! It has to be Elf! I love Buddy the Elf, 'son of a nutcracker!' It's my favorite movie, it warms my heart and I think everbody should be more like Buddy the Elf this time of year and every day."

Tony "Radar" Hess (5:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.): "It's A Christmas Story; my family will watch A Christmas Story all day on Christmas. Oh, what are the bunny ears for? Well, of course Ralphie gets Aunt Clara's bunny costume she made for him! 'You'll shoot your eye out!' Of course he wants the BB gun, but Aunt Clara you gotta remember, Aunt Clara's bunny suit. Alright, I'm going to go up and take it off just like Ralphie did. A Christmas Story, enjoy it. Love it!"

Dave "Producer Dave" Stein (5:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.): "My favorite Holiday movie, it's gotta be Eight Crazy Nights - Adam Sandler, animated, Hanukkah movie. *points at self* Jewish Dave. We don't get many Holiday movies, us Jewish people, so when we get one, we hold on to it."

Molly Cruz (9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.): "Alright, I was going to pick A Christmas Story, but another one of my all-time favorite movies is It's a Wonderful Life. Amazing, old black & white Christmas movie, I remember watching it with my Mom as a kid and it's just such a heart-warming story. If you haven't watched it, maybe it's something you can watch with your kids - they may think it's cool to watch a black & white movie. So good, It's a Wonderful Life, one of the best Christmas movies."

Aaron Carreno (1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.): "There are so many good movies over the Holidays, right? There's Home Alone, there's A Christmas Story - which replays for about four days in a row. I kind of like - this movie is 10 years old - do you remember, Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn in Four Christmases? Both of their parents are divorced, so they have to go to everybody's Christmas and it's dysfunctional and it's good to laugh at. If you love your family, you can laugh at this family, I know that's probably real for maybe most people. But, Four Christmases is a good comedy, it will get everyone laughing. I do still like the scene in A Christmas Story with Ralphie and the pole. I can't help it, I've tried it!"