Over the next five days we'll be counting down your choices - five at a time - before revealing your top Christmas movie on December 19.
25. The Family Man Nicolas Cage puts his own spin on It's a Wonderful Life in Brett Ratner's The Family Man. This 2000 drama cast Cage as a high-flying businessman who wakes up to find that his swinging bachelor existence has been replaced by family life with his college girlfriend and their two kids.
24. Joyeux Noël Oscar nominated for 'Best Foreign Language Film' in 2006, this historical drama explores the trenches and battlefields of World War I as opposing soldiers lay down their arms on the Western Front to call a true on Christmas Eve. Remarkably, this moving tale is based on true events.
23. Holiday Inn Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire lead the cast of this 1942 movie musical, which packs in 12 specially penned tunes from Irving Berlin. If you're a fan of the classic festive song 'White Christmas', then you've got Holiday Inn to thank for introducing it to the world.
22. A Christmas Story This 1983 family comedy is hugely popular Stateside, focusing on youngster Ralphie's attempts to get a Red Ryder BB gun for his Christmas present. Intriguingly, the actor who starred as Ralphie, Peter Billingsley, went on to produce Iron Man and direct Couples Retreat.
21. Trading Places Eddie Murphy was in his '80s pomp alongside Dan Aykroyd for this John Landis comedy about a broker who switches places with a sneaky con man. A festive current runs through the film, which spans the holiday period over Christmas and New Year.
What do you think of these Christmas movie choices? Leave your comments in the space below!