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  • By Jerrod
    December 23, 2011
    02:47 PM

    No Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence?
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    • By ok
      December 23, 2011
      03:19 PM

      ^^ took words from mouth
  • By Davinci
    December 23, 2011
    03:14 PM

    BADASS!!! I love Fanny and Alexander, It's a new Christmas tradition me. And The night of the hunted is DA BOMB!!!!!
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  • By Sidney
    December 23, 2011
    03:56 PM

    This is a great article. I loved Mon Oncle Antoine, Fanny & Alexander, and I do own Pandora's Box.
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  • By RossBirks
    December 24, 2011
    05:29 PM

    Brazil!
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  • By Travis
    December 25, 2011
    01:16 AM

    Gotta love "Fanny and Alexander!" One of the best films ever. Watching it with my sweetheart this Christmas. It's her first time seeing it and we are loving it. New Christmas tradition for us, for sure. Oh, and you gotta go with the longer television one!!!
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  • By Rafael A.
    December 25, 2011
    07:25 PM

    Even know Brazil is no where near a Christmas movie, it still takes place during that time and I would think deserve some recognition.
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    • By Rafael A.
      December 25, 2011
      07:26 PM

      though*
  • By Dustin W
    December 26, 2011
    10:38 PM

    One of my favorite "holiday" movies is The Ice Storm...although I suppose that's Thanksgiving instead of Christmas.
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  • By Kliffoth
    December 17, 2012
    05:27 PM

    Fanny & Alexander has become a tradition and naturally its being thy most important cinematic christmas experience. Im chopping through the list now, enjoying every film! Its only Jul once a year!
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  • By SgtDungler
    December 25, 2012
    03:09 PM

    Christmas pervades the air in Brazil and certainly deserves a mention. It also turns the sound of sleigh bells into something terrifying.
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  • By michael
    December 25, 2012
    04:46 PM

    Don't forget about good old Gregory Arkaddin!
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  • By Jonney
    December 25, 2012
    07:47 PM

    I must say that my favorite Criterion Christmas moment is in Kurosawa's Scandal. The scene where Mifune and Yamagushi perform Silent Night for their lawyer's daughter, who is stricken with TB. Very poignant moment.
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