From 'Scrooged' to 'A Christmas Story,' a panel of comedians debate the most Christmassy films

Does It Hold Up: Christmas Movie Edition - Part One
Does It Hold Up: Christmas Movie Edition - Part One

Everyone has their holiday classics.

SEE ALSO: 5 non-Christmas movies that are actually, pretty Christmassy

They are the films that your family and friends watch every single year, no matter what. Whether it's the genius Christmas movie, "Elf," or the "how the heck did an 8-year-old manage to do all those things" film, "Home Alone," everyone has their favorites.

In a special edition of "What to Watch's" "Does it Hold Up," host Ricky Camilleri gathers around with a panel of comedians to debate whether the most Christmas acclaimed Christmas movies, are actually all that good.

1.) Scrooged (1988)
A film starring legendary Bill Murray, it's hard to say you don't like anything this guy is in. With a four out of four consensus, it's safe to say the panel loves it just as much as we do.


2.) Bad Santa (2003)
Now, you probably won't find this on loop on ABC Family, but "Bad Santa" became a cult classic in its own right. While almost everyone agrees, there is one who hasn't seen the movie. We can speak for you, it's hilarious.

3.) A Christmas Story (1983)
Probably the most classic Christmas movie to date, "A Christmas Story." TBS has the movie running back to back to back from Christmas Eve, to Christmas Day, you know, in case you miss it. Again, almost all agree, but I guess you can't please everyone.

4.) It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
When you think of Christmas, you have to think of this movie. It would be too difficult not to hear "Auld Lang Syne" in the background. But, not everyone on the panel is a fan.

There you have it! Do you have any holidays classics that you think do, or do not withstand the test of time? Let us know in the comments below!

To get in the spirit of Christmas, check out a backstage look at the Radio City Christmas Spectacular in the gallery below!

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