It's the most wonderful time of the year, and in New York, the search for the perfect Christmas movie is on. I hope it's "Elf" but let's see what you had to say.

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With Christmas only days away, New Yorkers are looking for movies that are heartwarming, and full of cheer. From romantic Hallmark movies to timeless classics, we have so many choices. So what Christmas movie is New York's favorite?

A recent study by Looper looked at IMDb's list of the best Christmas movies of all time and studied Google search trends to figure out the most searched-for holiday movie in each state. And the results are in. In 2023, New York's favorite Christmas movie was  "Four Christmases."

New Yorkers Favorite Christmas Movie

"Four Christmases" is the story of Brad and Kate, played by Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon. They are determined to escape the chaos of the holiday season, so they plan a vacation but finds themselves unable to go anywhere because of the bad weather. They have no choice but to visit their four divorced parents for Christmas celebrations.

Chaos follows them as they go to every family gathering, testing their relationship and challenging their beliefs about marriage and children. What kind of Christmas movie is this any way? Fear not, everything ends on a happy and heartwarming note.

Other favorite Christmas movies in New York, included "Frosty the Snowman," "Scrooged," "A Charlie Brown Christmas," and "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!" How can "Elf" not be on the list but I digress.

If you're in New York and looking for a Christmas movie to watch this holiday season, you might want to give "Four Christmases" a chance. And if that doesn't strike your fancy, there are plenty of other Christmas movies to choose from!!! Like "Elf."

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