NEW YORK, NEW YORK - DECEMBER 02: Tori Kelly performs during the 88th Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at Rockefeller Center on December 02, 2020 in New York City. (Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images)

Since we don’t get the snow in Southwest Florida, nothing beats Christmas music on Sunny and the best Christmas movies on tv.

Whether you’re decorating the Christmas tree, hosting a holiday party with loved ones, or just wrapping presents, watching a amazing Christmas movie for the 100th time is a great time.

I like to put on a Christmas onesie, it’s the bunny one Ralphie wore on “A Christmas Story”,  turn down the ac, grab a blanket, and put on one of the classics.

Here are my top 10 favorite Christmas movies in order from “hey cool look what’s on” all the way to “stop everything I have to watch this again”.

  • Number 10 - Trading Places

    This movie came out when I was waaaaay too young to see it in a theater but I remember watching it over and over again on tv. It was amazing when the two old guys were in “Coming To America”.

  • Number 9 - Miracle On 34th Street

    Some may say the original was better, I like this one.

  • Number 8 - Die Hard

    Some people say that Die Hard isn’t a Christmas movie. Those people are wrong.

  • Number 7 - The Santa Clause

    I think my favorite part of this movie is just the whole idea of a “Santa Clause”. And Tim Allen nails it.

  • Number 6- A Charlie Brown Christmas

    My parents didn’t get a VCR until I was in my teens so there was no way of watching this special except the one time each year it played on tv. But – they had the record. This entire special was on a record and it came with a picture book to follow along while you listened to the record. I think they still have it.

  • Number 5- Home Alone

    Tell me you haven’t seen this movie at least a hundred times, ya’ filthy animal.

  • Number 4- Bad Santa

    Maybe not watch this one with the kids.

  • Number 3 - A Christmas Story

    Two words – “Oh Fuuuuuuuuuuuudge”

  • Number 2 - National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation

    And if this is number 2, it’s probably pretty obvious by now which one is my favorite.

  • Number 1 - Elf

    It’s strange that a movie trailer has NONE of the movie’s scenes, right? Maybe I’m just being an angry elf. Happy Holidays everyone!