Ho Ho Ho! The Most Popular '90s Christmas Movie by State

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Ahhh, the holiday season. A time of giving gifts, singing carols, being with loved ones, and celebrating that special feeling of love we get when this time of year comes round.

Meh. Forget all that. (Except the gifts of course. We want ALL the gifts.) Christmas is all about watching those '90s Christmas movies that hit us right in the childhood. And let's just have some honest talk right here: If it's Christmas time and you aren't watching a Christmas movie from the 1990s, are you really even celebrating Christmas correctly?

In fact, Christmas movies are so important to each and every holiday season that the folks at CenturyLinkQuote went ahead and upped the ante: They actually poured over volumes and data and came out with a report on the most popular '90s Christmas movies by state.

Here are the top four movies...

4) The Nightmare Before Christmas - Go ahead and commence arguing whether it's a Christmas movie or a Halloween movie.

3) The Santa Clause - What? No love for The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause?

2)  Jingle All the Way - You know you rented this constantly at Blockbuster every Christmas.

And the number one '90s Christmas movie by state is (no surprise here)...

1) Home Alone - Merry Christmas, ya filthy animals!

Wanna see what '90s movie is most popular in your state? You can check it out right here...

So, remember, this yuletide season, if you really want to celebrate the holidays right, dial up one of these classic '90s Christmas movies, grab some popcorn, sit back, and get ready to feel all the holiday feels.

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