Ten Holiday Movies To Watch!


It’s that time of the year again to bring out the holiday movies! If you are completely baffled by what to watch, here are some recommendations!


  1. Home Alone: Kevin McCallister is accidentally forgotten at home while his family goes on vacation. His excitement of no family ends when he realizes that two con men plan to rob the McCallister residence, and that he alone must protect his family’s home
  2. Elf: Buddy the Elf is sent from the North Pole to the US after causing  chaos and getting kicked out  of the elf community, and  finds himself on a mission to discover his true self.
  3. Rudolph The Red Nose Reindeer: A misfit reindeer with a shiny red nose goes on an adventure with a elf to find a place that will accept them.
  4. Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas: The animated story of the Grinch who hates Christmas and how he makes a plan to steal it from the Whos of Whoville.
  5. The Polar Express: On Christmas Eve a boy who does not  believe in Santa Claus boards a magical train that takes him on a journey to the North Pole to meet Santa himself.
  6. A Year Without a Santa Claus: When a discouraged Santa Claus considers skipping Christmas, Mrs. Claus and his Elves set out to change his mind, they run into problems when they have to get  the Miser brothers, Snow and Heat to compromise when they despise each other.
  7. A Christmas Carol: The animated retelling of Charles Dickens’ novel about a Miser who is taken on a journey of self-redemption, and runs into several Christmas ghosts.
  8. Arthur’s Perfect Christmas: Arthur, D.W and their family plans to have the best Christmas ever, but of course trouble and obstacles get in their way.
  9. Santa Claus is Coming to Town: The original story of how Kris Kringle became Santa Clause told by a mailman. The evil Burgermeister Meisterburger has banned toys and someone has to stop him.
  10. A Charlie Brown Christmas: Despite the opinions of Charlie Brown’s friends and dog. Charlie Brown tries to find the true meaning of Christmas.