There are so many iconic Christmas movie moments, but one in particular has been voted the most memorable.
According to Ranker.com, a festive sequence in Edward Scissorhands has been ranked the top festive moment. Know which one we're talking about?!
The iconic scene sees Edward (played by Johnny Depp) create a huge ice sculpture of an angel in the Boggs family's garden.
As he carves away at the incredible sculpture, tiny shards of ice begin to circulate all around the garden. At this moment, Kim Boggs (played by Winona Ryder) walks outside onto the front lawn, as what looks like snow begins to fall all around her.
Dancing under the falling shards of ice as Edward continues to work away, the magical moment takes a turn and ends with Edward accidentally slicing Kim's hand.
We have to admit, it is one of *the* most magical movie moments. Need a recap?! You can watch it below:
With so many Christmas movies, and so many brilliant festive scenes, it's unsurprising that a number of contenders are following closely behind.
Voted second place was a scene in Steel Magnolias starring M'Lynn (Sally Field) and her daughter Shelby (Julia Roberts).
The scene sees Shelby tell her mum M'Lynn that she's pregnant - which comes as a shock to M'Lynn after Shelby was advised not to have children.
"There may be risk involved, but that's true for anybody... I would rather have 30 minutes of wonderful than a lifetime of nothing special," Says Shelby in the heartwarming clip.
Also ranking in the top 10 is the Goodfellas Christmas party scene starring Robert De Niro as Jimmy, as well as the touching moment in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone when Harry receives his first ever Christmas present.
Who could forget his face when he realised he had actual presents?!
Other favourites include the scene in Bridget Jones's Diary when Bridget meets Mark in their matching Christmas jumpers, and the heartwarming moment Sofia is reunited with her children in The Color Purple.
The Addams Family also made the top 10, with the carol singing scene coming in at fifth place. The scene sees a group of carol singers serenading outside the creepy mansion, before the camera flips to the roof, where the Addams family can be seen ready to pour a cauldron of goodness knows what onto the poor singers!
It is a classic moment!
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