Seven Christmas Movies with Christmas in the Background

With Christmas approaching, the classics such as a Christmas Tale, Home Alone etc will start airing on TV. Here are some incredible movies that often get ignored but still deliver heaps of heartwarming Christmas spirit.

While You Were Sleeping (1995) – A modern take on Sleeping Beauty. The first draft of the screenplay originally had a leading male working the ticket booth who falls for a girl in a coma. So glad they changed it. Far less creepy and more Sandra Bullock is always the way to go.

Trading Places (1984) – Just a little bit over 100 years when Mark Twain’s ‘Prince and the Pauper’ enters the public domain, this modern take comes along with two of the funniest actors in the primes.

The Family Man (2000) – It’s an updated version of Mr. Destiny which was a take on It’s A Wonderful Life, but there’s a certain sweetness this movie delivers in spades.

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Check out the trailer of the Christmas book that ranked #1 last year on Amazon’s Kindle Christmas books

Hi! I am Max Douglas from the Naughty Boy Who Saved Christmas. Have fun watching this trailer and then please read my Christmas adventure! It even ranked #1 on Amazon’s Kindle books for two days in the Christmas section.

Love, Max

PS The book comes in paperback, kindle and zombie edition. All available right here on Amazon.

Jump start Christmas with this bestselling children’s book

Last Christmas, The Naughty Boy Who Saved Christmas ranked #21 on Amazon Kindle’s Christmas books in its first week, #9 in its second week and #1 two days in a row in its third week. The reviews have been great and children ages four and up just can’t get enough of Elliot the naughty elf. What’s more is 50% of the net proceeds go to PSarts.org, a non-profit dedicated to keeping arts education in Los Angeles’ public schools. So get your copy today! Available in paperback, kindle, coloring book and even a zombie edition for grown ups!

 

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RIP Ultimate Warrior

I was ten years old when I first watched the Ultimate Warrior on a 16 or 17 inch TV at my friend’s house. Of course, I was instantly hooked and since that day, I have yet to see any actor, performer, celebrity or athlete of any kind come across so large and so giving to his fans. Only a young boy afraid of the world and the people around him will understand why Warrior’s speeches were truly Ultimate. So glad I had this comic when I needed it the most and I’m happy to still have it. RIP Warrior.

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I sound smarter in Italian

A very friendly Italian lifestyle journalist for Milady, Rachele Caracciolo contacted me after reading ‘They Naughty Boy Who Saved Christmas.’ I was touched by her kind words and she was nice enough to ask me to do an interview. A week later, this is what I sound like when translated into Italian. And yes, I sound like an intellectual when you use google translator. Check it out here.