Most students still saps for holiday movies

Victor Quezada, Reporter

Most students at East will watch their favorite holiday movie over winter break.

According to, currently, the top 3 holiday movies of all time are: It’s a Wonderful Life (1946), A Christmas Story (1983), and Miracle on 34th Street (1947). While the most popular movie from the early 2000s is Elf, which premiered in 2003. While the most popular movie past 2010 is the animated movie Arthur Christmas which premiered in 2011. While has the same number 1 and 3 spots as thrillist, the only difference is that the number 2 spot for Rotten Tomatoes is A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) instead of A Christmas Story (1983).

“I always try to watch different holiday movies each year, “The Grinch” has been my favorite for years, but this year “Just Another Christmas” is my favorite,” senior Britany Ruiz said.

Not everyone will watch a different holiday movie this year and instead will stick with their all-time favorites.

“My favorite holiday movie is “Home Alone” because my family and I would binge watch the movies. Another movie is How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” senior Denycely Cante said.