Christmas brings the most blissful time of the year. The season doesn’t let the festive mood evaporate. The jingle bells, glittering Christmas tree, reindeers, and of course Santa transform the corners brighter, happier, and cozier than ever. Especially the kids enjoy the holiday time at its fullest. Well, who can deny the entertainment part? Christmas stands as the sensitive time for a film backdrop and thus the Christmas movies fill up the cinematic sack for the movie-lovers.
Here we present 8 most incredible Christmas Movies that are upscale beyond stereotype Christmas scene.
8. “A Christmas Story” (1983)
‘A Christmas Story’ is all about a kid and so, the comedy satisfies both the kids and their parents as audiences.
7. “The Muppet Christmas Carol” (1992)
The film is an extraordinary combination of Dickens, the Muppets, and Paul William’s music. It depicts that the holidays are all about dropping pessimism and to appreciate the human emotion.
6. “The Snowman” (1982)
It’s a dialogue free short film with 30 minutes of duration but the magical movie has been nominated for an Oscar. Well, Raymond Briggs’s book emerges to life once a year throughout many childhoods, as the animated film was telecasted on British TV with religious care. check out the full movie.
5. “A Charlie Brown Christmas” (1965)
An animated anti-commercialism classic traces the journey of Charlie Brown, who along with Linus, Snoopy, and his gang set to figure out the true meaning of Christmas among the overtly consumerist global holiday season.
4. “Home Alone” (1990)
The film is a game changer for the Christmas-movie class and of course a perfect kids’ fantasy. Kevin, the Christmas backdrop, and the invasion of thieves are iconic from all the senses. Even the movie’s success calls for four installments altogether.
3. “Miracle On 34th Street” (1947)
The movie is a much-beloved holiday chestnut. It attributed some incredible human quality in Santa. Partly, it’s a court room drama but ends with innocent sentiments. Natalie Wood as “Susan Walker” and Edmund Gwen as “Santa Kris Kringle” are two key features of the movie.
2. “Elf” (2003)
It casts Will Ferrell as a dim-witted elf who is actually a naive human but was raised by elves. The movie truly restores the Christmas Spirit with a childish charm.
1. “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946)
A heart-wrenching story told in an innocent way to execute some hardest truth of life; this is exactly what Frank Capra’s classic has to do. James Stewart as George Bailey is a tribute to the power of the individual. When Bailey meets Clarence, the Angel, the festive classic gives a true delight.
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