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HoP's Barman. Trapped aged 6 months Location: Staines, United Kingdom
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Posted:It's at this time of year lets face it we all end up watching Christmas television! And the Christmas movies are often the same ones each year, so for me, a certain film is a tradition at Christmas, just like watching the Coca Cola advert "Holidays are coming", so for me Christmas is not complete without Gremlins being on, and I'm strictly talking about the first film.
I understand obviously it's a comedy/horror and who would think thats very Christmas-y, the total look of the film seems all about Christmas to me, I dont know if it's on this Christmas, I so hope it is. For the movie illiterate Gremlins.
Anyone else have any opinions on this film being an excellent Christmas movie?
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