Christmas is here! What better way to celebrate this joyful holiday than with these Christmas Classics that never get old and a cup of hot chocolate. Also, Merry Christmas to you and your fam.
It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)
This one’s a classic that will remain in every collection of Christmas movies. With James Stewart as a small-town do-gooder, this film will remind you of the festive spirit and joys of giving.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
The master of gothic fantasy, Tim Burton adds a fun blend of ‘lovely’ and ‘spooky’ to the festive season. There’s no better filmmaker who could give us a stop-motion Christmas film that is as merrily macabre as this one.
Home Alone (1990)
Macaulay Culkin is left all alone as his family heads to Paris for the holidays. Hilarious antics ensue. Who are we kidding? We’ve all watched this film at least a dozen times. What’s one more!
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
No Christmas is complete without the notoriously whimsical Grinch – a Dr. Seuss holiday classic. After the 1966 TV short, The Grinch finally got his feature-length film with the perfect fit for the lead role – Jim Carrey.
Arthur Christmas (2011)
We all know about the jolly good Santa Claus. What about his son? The clumsy little kid who lives in the North Pole with reindeer, elves, and the merriest family must embark on a fun-filled journey to right his wrongs.
Bad Santa (2003)
Are you more naughty than nice? Then this is the Christmas film for you. Billy Bob Thornton as a department-store Santa makes all the wrong decisions. Leave this fun dark comedy for when the kids have gone to bed.
Love Actually (2003)
If mistletoes are blooming and love is blossoming for you, this holiday season film is the way to go. This romantic drama will warm your heart on a cold holiday night packed with a brilliant ensemble cast.
The wonderfully helpful and hard-working elves get their due with this Christmas film. With Will Ferrell’s hilarious persona delivering plenty of laughs as the elf, there’s plenty of heart and soul in this film.
The Polar Express (2004)
Based on the children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg, this film is full of wonder and excitement. With Tom Hanks in multiple roles, this animated adventure takes one little boy on a magical train ride to the North Pole.
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