Our third and final holiday quiz will settle a season-long debate that might be going on in your house: which holiday movie should you watch? As always, we’re here to help, so answer the questions, count how many As, Bs, Cs and Ds you have, and settle in for a movie-watching marathon. Don’t miss our first and second holiday quizzes—and have a wonderful, magic-filled season.
1. Which artist do your kids beg you to hear most often?
A) Taylor Swift
B) Britney Spears
C) The Wiggles
D) Bruno Mars
2. It’s Christmas morning and your family is sitting down for brunch. Which dish will be gone first?
A) Avocado toast
B) French toast
C) Fresh fruit salad
D) Gingerbread pancakes
3. It’s 8 p.m. on a random Tuesday. Your kids are:
A) Playing on an iPad
B) Playing on an old-school Xbox
C) Fast asleep
D) Getting ready for bed
4. During a long day of errand-running, your kids are:
A) Happy to be out and about
B) Fine if they have a phone
D) Tolerant if there’s something in it for them
5. If your kids were Christmas ornaments, they’d be:
B) Wrapped in yarn
C) Photo frames
D) Little forest critters
If you answered mostly As, your family’s holiday movie pick is “Elf.”
Your family is pretty darn trendy and cool, and c’mon, Will Ferrell and his antics are too. (Well, maybe “cool” isn’t the right word—but silly, witty and infectiously funny sure are.) Have a seat, transport yourselves to the North Pole and smile. Why? “I just like to smile. Smiling’s my favorite.”
If you answered mostly Bs, your family’s holiday movie pick is “Home Alone.”
You’re a family that loves the ‘90s, and what does that decade justice better than little Kevin McCallister in “Home Alone”? Grab some popcorn, cozy up in a blanket and shout it out all together: “Ahhhhhhh!”
If you answered mostly Cs, your family’s holiday movie pick is the claymation favorite “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
You seem to have wee ones in the house, and that means the holidays are extra-super-duper special. Make some hot cocoa, light a cozy fire and watch the magic of the season come alive on screen.
If you answered mostly Ds, your family’s holiday movie pick is “A Charlie Brown Christmas.”
It seems your kids still believe in Santa but are old enough to have their own interests and opinions (as in, constantly). Everyone will love this special holiday flick, featuring that ol’ blockhead and the little tree that could.