What do you watching for Christmas and New Year Holidays?
I make my watch-programm:
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
A Christmas Story
A Charlie Brown Christmas
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Home Alone 2
It's a Wonderful Life
Miracle on 34th Street
A Christmas Carol
All I Want for Christmas
American Christmas Carol, An
The Christmas Tree
The Long Kiss Goodnight
A Mom for Christmas
Die Hard 2
Santa Clause 2
Santa Clause 3
One Magic Christmas
Christmas Vacation 2
Christmas with the Kranks
Eloise at Christmastime
Nightmare Before Christmas, The
Winter Wonderland, The
Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed In At The House Of Mouse
Christmas Adventure, A
Very Wompkee Christmas, A
Casper's Haunted Christmas
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas
Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
Felix the Cat Saves Christmas
Frosty the Snowman
Polar Express, The
Santa Clause is Comin' to Town
The Muppet Christmas Carol
It's a Very Muppet Christmas Movie
The Santa Clause
Jingle All the Way
I really only watch A Christmas Story, just because I have since the beginning of time
Charlie Brown Christmas came on last night, and I couldn't stand watching it...too old...too bad. We need a Digitally Remastered Version of Charlie Brown's Christmas
I'm also planning on seeing that new movie, Deck the Halls.
Anyone with access to the BBC should watch the Doctor Who special. Christmas Invasion was a great special last year and I'm interested to hear reactions to the first Doctor Who of this run without Rose Tyler.
Don't spoil what happens for us yankees who are still behind but I do know that Billie Piper left the show but not how Rose left
I probably won't watch anything. I will be watching Channel 9, and other websites on Christmas.
For the Doctor Who on the BBC, will it also be on SciFi Channel?
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My school books.... revising for GCSE mocks in January
Unlucky, I'm doing mine now, so I don't have to revise much over the Christmas Holidays.
I started them today infact.
I'm doing the Applied Business course so I will be doing some revision over Christmas, as I have my GCSE exam in Applied Business (Business Finance Module) on 17/01/07, close to my birthday.
My copy of "The Bergman Collection" (30 movies - yikes!) arrived today so I guess I'll be making a start on that over the Christmas break.
Watched the extra's on the just issued "Dr Who Complete Season 2" over the weekend. One and a half hours of David Tennant's "video diary" with a title at the beginning of each 3-5 minute segment gets VERY tiring VERY quickly, but it was cute to see him spending
Christmas day with his family waiting like everyone else to see his first episode on the TV.
Haha! I finally enjoy Charlie Brown's Christmas now
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