It would be hard to imagine a Christmas holiday season without a Christmas movie to go with it; at least, that is likely to be what many people would claim. To them, little is better than curling up next to the Christmas tree and watching something that makes them feel good. If you want to join in on the experience, below is a list of the top Christmas movies to rent or add to your collection.
Top 10 Recommended Christmas Movies for 2010:
Recommended Christmas Movie 1: Home Alone
Recommended Christmas Movie 2: Muppet Christmas Carol
Recommended Christmas Movie 3: The Santa Clause
Recommended Christmas Movie 4: It’s a Wonderful Life
Recommended Christmas Movie 5: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Recommended Christmas Movie 6: Elf
Recommended Christmas Movie 7: A Christmas Story
Recommended Christmas Movie 8: White Christmas
Recommended Christmas Movie 9: Miracle on 34th Street
Recommended Christmas Movie 10: Scrooged
We’ve made a video slideshow with the posters of the top 10 Christmas movies mentioned above from a PowerPoint presentation:
Hopefully, these 10 Chrismtas movies will bring you a unique and happy Christmas holiday!
In addition, we have started our 2010 Christmas sales, you can get up to 50% discounts to make your own Christmas movie from PowerPoint presentation or slideshow.
Few people could argue that without our 5 senses life would be pretty dull. All our senses are extremely important but I think if you asked most people which sense would they least like to lose they would probably say their vision. As with most of our abilities, our vision is something that many of us take for granted. If you stop and think for a moment, you will realize that just about everything we do in our day to day life involves our vision. In this article I am going to try and see if I can get you to start thinking a little bit more about your eyes.
Listed below is the top 10 list of weird and wonderful things you didn’t know about your eyes:
10. Everyone needs reading glasses as they get older
9. The lens in your eye is quicker than any camera lens
8. Your eyes are fully developed by the age of 7 years old
7. You blink approximately 15,000 times each day
6. Everyone gets cataracts as they get older
5. Diabetes is often first detected during an eye test
4. You see with your brain and not your eyes
3. Your eyes can adapt to blind spots in your vision
2. 20:20 vision is not the best vision you can have
1. Your eyes water when they are dry
We’ve made a PowerPoint presentation about the 10 things and converted the presentation to a video, you can find more details in the presentation and the video.
Canadian actor Leslie Nielsen has died in hospital in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., where he was being treated for pneumonia the past two weeks, according to reports.
The star of popular comedies as “Airplane!” and the “Naked Gun” series passed away Sunday, according to reports attributed to his nephew Doug Nielsen.
Yesterday at 5:30 with his friends and his wife by his side, he just fell asleep and passed away, Doug Nielsen told Manitoba radio station CJOB.
Born on Feb. 11, 1926, in Regina, Sask., Leslie William Nielson has appeared in more than 100 movies and 1,500 television programs.
His older brother, Eric Nielson, who died in 2008, was deputy prime minister of Canada in the 1980s.
We’ve made a video slideshow about Leslie Nielsen titled “Forever Leslie Nielsen“, let’s look back his career life through some photos:
Leslie Nielsen, R.I.P.