What’s Michigan’s Most Popular Christmas Movie from the Decade of The Best?
Little known fact, but the '90s were the decade of Christmas movies. Some of the very best, most loved, made their screen debut back then and solidified the '90s as the best decade of Christmas movies ever.
Right now we are knee-deep in Christmas movie binge season. I myself have watched my very favs like The Santa Claus, Home Alone, and Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas numerous times already. Everyone has their "must watch' list this time of year, but did you know the bulk of your holiday bests were all made in the '90s.
True, there are those classics like the original A Christmas Carol and It's a Wonderful Life, but the '90s gave us, some of those new classics we know and love. With being the decade of some of the very best, CenturyLinkQuote decided to find out each state's "Most Searched '90s Christmas Movie".
According to their report, some pretty well-known movies ended up at the top list. The most popular overall all were;
- Home Alone - favorite pick by 14 states
- Jingle All the Way - favorite pick by 9 states
- The Santa Clause - favorite pick but 7 states
What is Michigan's Most Popular '90s Christmas Movie?
According to the report, it looks like Michiganders love watching the antics of one Kevin McCallister as he battles those "filthy animals" in Home Alone. Released in November of 1990, the John Hughes film made an instant star of young Macaulay Caulkin. The film did so incredibly well the sequel Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, was also released in the '90s, in 1992.
You can check out the full map of state by state's most popular Christmas movies, and how the list was compiled here.
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