Fredericksburg Parent

December 2014

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28 Fredericksburg Parent and Family • December 2014 family values Holiday Movies Favorite When I was in elementary school in the Cleveland, Ohio, suburbs, I remember the news stations and papers putting out a call for classic cars to be used in an upcoming movie being filmed in our area. That movie, "A Christmas Story," went on to become the quintessential Christmas movie. Who can't relate to a child's longing for a present, even if the present will shoot your eye out? When we go back to Cleveland to visit the family over the holi- days, we always head over to the house where the movie was filmed, remembering Ralphie and Randy traipsing through the snow, trying to elude the evil Scut Farkus. — Kerry Pinto COMPILED BY KERRY L. PINTO 28 Fredericksburg Parent and Family • December 2014 My favorite movie is "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation." I know it's not your traditional holiday movie, but I love it! I've been watching it for as long as I remember. I DVR it and watch it over and over. Clark Griswald reminds me of myself. He goes over the top try- ing to decorate and celebrate Christmas, and that's what I do. — Sonya Moore My favorite grown up holiday movie is "Love Actually." I love the cast, the music and the way the story comes together. My favorite scene is the one where the guy professes his love with signs at the front door. Great feel good movie! — April Payne

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