Don’t Miss This Christmas Movie List

Don’t Miss This Christmas Movie List

Christmas is the time of the year which brings the happiness of festivities and quality family time together. Arranging feasts, attending church and singing Christmas carols are just some of the things everyone looks forward to each year. Once the feast is eaten, what is more enjoyable than revisiting old childhood memories and watching classic Christmas movies? Here is a short compilation of some of the best movies to watch at your family this year and the years to follow. Grab a hot drink and a cozy seat and take a trip down memory lane.

· Just Friends: A beautiful story of the friendship between a man who returns to his hometown for holidays after several years and a self-proclaimed pop star who turns out to be his childhood crush.
· Elf: A heart touching story of a human raised by elves in the North Pole, Will Ferris plays an elf who travels all the way to New York to find his real identity with many hijinks along the way.
· Gremlins: This unusual story is about a young man who finds cute furry creatures that he must care for by following three important rules. The narration revolves around how he forgets one of the three rules of raising the pet and the humorous destruction that follows.
· Die Hard: The first of the franchise, the story begins from a night of December 24th when a holiday party goes wrong.
· Home Alone: Probably the most popular Christmas movie of all time, the child actor Macaulay Culkin plays 8-year-old Kevin McCallister who is left home alone while his family leaves for a Christmas vacation. This movie is a great watch for the kids.

· The Holiday: A mesmerizing love story where Iris(Kate Winslet) and Amanda(Cameron Diaz) swap their homes and lives for the holidays and find love in the most unexpected ways.
· The Polar Express: An animation movie based on the children book “The Polar Express” by Chris Van Allsburg, this movie is about a magical train ride to the North Pole and the children who are chosen to board that special train.
· About a Boy: A sweet story about a spoilt brat of a man played by Hugh Grant who lives on the royalties earned off his father’s Christmas song and a boy who he meets while attending a single parents support group and how this proves to be a life-changing experience for him.
· The Best Man holiday: The sequel to The Best Man, it is the story of a group of college friends who reunite during the holidays and how they relive their old feelings love, joy and hatred.
· A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas: This is another part of the famous comedy series which is all about Harold and Kumar’s journey to get a new Christmas tree. Like always, things don’t go as planned and trouble comes at them headlong in the most hilarious ways possible.

Some more honorable mentions are ‘A Christmas story,’ ‘Mean Girls,’ ’The Family Stone’ and ‘Love Actually’ though the list doesn’t have to stop there. Ad our own favourites to this collection and make your Christmas movie night magical every year.

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