I actually appreciate this great tale by Dickens in all of its forms: the ghost motifs, the flashbacks, the Grim Reaper (Why is the Ghost of Christmas Future the Reaper, by the way? An odd choice, since it seems so, well, morbid). In honor of the great tale, a few of my favorite scenes from the various versions:
"Old Marley was dead as a doornail." But apparently not dead enough.
"Look Frank, it's a toaster!"
"Heatwave! This is my island in the sun." That one still makes me laugh,
probably the only part in the movie worth watching though;).
And, of course, the book itself. Always worth another read this time of year.