Happy Holidays Readers!
The Tule office is already bursting with holiday joy. We’ve got our little heater going, the peppermint candles are lit and the tea is flowing. But one of our favorite ways to get in the holiday mood is to watch Christmas movies! We thought we would share our absolute favorites with you!
Is your favorite below? Did we miss it? Comment below telling us your favorite and we’ll enter you in a giveaway for a chance to win a signed copy of CJ Carmichael’s A Bramble House Christmas, which was recently made into a Hallmark Channel original movie!
Michelle M., Assistant Editor: Elf (2003), ” I always kick off the Christmas season with this film–an instant classic that spreads the cheer all year long.”
Sarah M., Marketing Assistant: White Christmas (1954), “This is old family favorite, I love the cast and the soundtrack. You simply cannot beat the combo of Rosemary Clooney and Bing Crosby!”
Meghan F., Managing Editor: A Christmas Story (1983), “My family and I would try to watch the 24 hour marathon on Christmas Eve. My dad and I can almost recite all the lines. A classic in my book. ‘You’ll shoot your eye out, kid!'”
Nicole A., Office Assistant: Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), “It’s a fun and classic Christmas movie!”
Sinclair S., Editor: Die Hard (1988), “It takes place during a high end corporate Christmas party and Bruce Willis is hilarious as this inventive, underestimated cop. The movie is so over the top, you are not for one moment encouraged to take one frame of this film or life seriously, and I love that escapism.”
Kelly H., Editor: Love, Actually (2003), “I watch it for the acting, for the dialogue and for theme.Nine different, interconnected storylines, each exploring a central theme that ‘love actually is all around us’.”