Movies to Watch out this Christmas season

Here some movies to watch throughout this Christmas Holiday, Enjoy with your family,friends & neighbors..
A CHRISTMAS STORY
There are all-day marathons of this 1983 comedy for a reason: it’s truly the most perfect Christmas film. A Christmas Story has everything we look for in holiday entertainment, including (but not limited to) fantasy sequences, turkey-related hi-jinks, mall Santas and toy drama.
HOME ALONE 2
Nothing gets us more excited about the holidays than watching a young Macaulay Culkin boarding a flight to N.Y.C. while his family doesn’t even realize they’ve abandoned him, again, until way, way later. It’s worth emphasizing that Culkin’s character is a child. 
THE SANTA CLAUSE
Not to be confused with The Santa Clause 2 orThe Santa Clause 3, The Santa Clause is a timeless classic that reminds us what the holidays are really all about: goofy dad antics. Tim Allen, never change.
THE HOLIDAY
One of the best holiday-themed rom coms in the history of holiday-themed rom coms, The Holiday exhibits Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jack Black, Jude Law and more at their absolute scarf-wearing finest. (Our hearts will forever belong to the adorable old man who teaches Winslet’s character to be the leading lady in her own love story.)

HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS (NEW SCHOOL)

Before we get into why the 2000 reimagination of the Dr. Seuss story is so magical, we have an important PSA: Remember how Taylor Momsen was in this? As Cindy Lou Who? In any case, Jim Carrey was a treasure and clearly born to play a misanthropic green creature.
HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS (OLD SCHOOL)
It’s not the holidays without at least 15 viewings of the cartoon original. If you think 15 sounds excessive, we’re afraid there’s nothing we can do to help you during this troubling time.
RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER
Watching the 1964 stop-motion feature makes us feel so Christmas-y and cozy that we almost don’t look at our phones when they light up with a notification. Almost.
ELF
One of the newer additions to the Christmas Movie Canon, Will Ferrell’s turn as Buddy the Elf makes us happier than candy canes. And candy canes make us really, really happy.
THE ULTIMATE CHRISTMAS PRESENT
If you weren’t raised on, or have never been inspired by, Disney channel original movies, we don’t know what to make of you. The 2000 holiday film chronicles two girls’ journeys to close school by making it snow in L.A. … only to realize it’s jeopardized Christmas! Adventures ensue, y’all. Adventures ensue.
THE MUPPET CHRISTMAS CAROL
Charles Dickens’s 1843 novel A Christmas Carol was clearly penned with the Muppets in mind.
ARTHUR’S PERFECT CHRISTMAS




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