Warner Bros. Happy Holidays Giveaway!

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Warner Bros. has gotten their holiday groove on and are giving away a The Dark Knight Rises Blu-ray Combo Pack or a Magic Mike Blu-ray Combo Pack to one lucky winner (randomly chosen).

To participate, tells us in the comments what’s your perfect December 25th movie marathon!

We will contact one random winner via e-mail by December 20th.

15 Responses

  1. CaraS says:

    My ideal marathon would be A Wonderful Life, Miss Petigrew Lives for a Day, Star Trek (2009), and probably Spirited Away!

  2. Ekelemchi Okemgbo says:

    Perfect movie marathon depends entirely on who I’m with. If I was with one of my female friends, an entire Harry Potter movie marathon would be nice, especially because I’ve never seen any of them. By myself, a James Bond marathon. Haven’t watched that series either, and have wanted to for a while. And if I was with a large group of friends, a marathon of all the Twilight series movies would be amazing because we could laugh at them for hours and hours.

  3. Amelia S. says:

    My perfect December 25th movie marathon would include “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (because even though it’s technically a Halloween movie, it has the perfect touch of Christmas spirit), followed by Home Alone, It’s a Wonderful Life, Die Hard, and ending with White Christmas.

  4. Sophia K. says:

    My perfect Christmas marathon would be A Christmas Story, Deck the Halls, Christmas Vacation, and Home Alone

  5. Kristen says:

    My marathon would be Joyeux Noel, Christmas in Connecticut, Elf, and The Ref.

  6. bubbawheat says:

    The only christmas marathon i’ve ever done was watching the first two extended lord of the rings movies before seeing return of the king in theaters. Though I don’t think I’ll do it again for the Hobbit.

  7. Raquel A says:

    My perfect Christmas marathon would include “It’s a Wonderful Life”, “Holiday Affair”, “White Christmas”, and last but not least “A Christmas Story”.

  8. Sabine says:

    My perfect December 25th movie marathon would be the extended editions of the Lord of the Rings trilogy, until all three Hobbit movies have come out and then, instead of just 12 hours of Lord of the Rings, it will be a whole day of Middle Earth. I’m excited just thinking about it….

  9. Pierre says:

    My marathon would be Elf, Home Alone, and Toy Story 3.

  10. Kate F. says:

    My perfect December 25th marathon would include Home Alone, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Elf, The Santa Clause, and A Christmas Story.

  11. debbie jackson says:

    pure home alone classics or its a wonderful life debbie jackson

  12. Mildred says:

    After watching a traditional A.M. non-movie item — The Yule Log — we would probably watch a combination of A Christmas Story, Miracle on 34th Street (original B&W), and, perhaps, some of The Santa Clause films. (We need to leave time for family dinner, after all.)

  13. Susan D says:

    There is not a “perfect” movie marathon, but my choices would be either a marathon of movies that we have yet to see (even if they are not holiday-themed films) or, alternatively, a marathon of Golden Age and modern classic holiday movies, such as It’s a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Story, The Santa Clause 1 & 2 and, depending on the year, It’s a Wonderful Life or Die Hard 1 & 2

  14. Daniel M says:

    a christmas story, the grinch (jim carrey), santa claus & it’s a wonderful life

  15. Nicole says:

    I would have an “Emma-Stone-a -thon”. First I would watch The Amazing Spider-Man, next I would watch The House Bunny, best for last Easy A.