Love Story - Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal frolicking in snowy Central Park. Cool clothes.
The Shining & Misery - These Stephen King chillers tap into snowed-in claustrophobia.
Frozen River - The cold setting of upstate New York becomes its own character in this study of a desperate woman and a Native American who dangerously engage in smuggling people across a frozen river.
Doctor Zhivago - David Lean's epic always seems better when it's snowing outside.
The Ice Storm - Ang Lee's beautiful filming of adultery and other bad behavior in 1973 suburbia.
Citizen Kane - Arresting photography and cinema's most renowned sled and snow globe.
The Cider House Rules - Sentimental, glossy version of John Irving's sprawling novel. There's something very comforting about the Maine settings. And the score is pretty.
Snow Falling on Cedars - I find this film very underrated. A murder mystery unravels in the post-War anti-Japanese environment of Washington state . The cinematography is incredible.