It’s the most awaited time of the year when you see lights and happiness everywhere, and the whole family gets time to stay at home, spending some quality time together! And what better way than to sit back on your plush and cozy couch, sipping your favorite hot chocolate and some popcorns to keep you warm during your Christmas movie Marathon? Well, watching Christmas movies with the entire family during holidays is one of the best ways to bond together. And to make sure you enjoy your time together, we bring you a small list of 7 must watch Christmas movies which you must not miss at all. So, quickly settle down on your couch and make sure that you watch at least these 7 movies without fail during the Holidays.
Get your hot chocolate and cookies ready to enjoy your small movie marathon!
FROZEN (2013) AND FROZEN 2 (2019)
The story of two loving sisters, Elsa and Anna who love each other more than anything in the world, Frozen is the perfect first film to start your Christmas movie saga. With reindeers, snow and snowman and the warming love between them, Frozen is the story of Anna who goes on an adventure to find her loving sister, the Snow Queen who has trapped her beautiful kingdom in a timeless winter.
Second part of the film was released in 2019 which was equally adventurous and thrilling as the first part. Both the movies have a beautiful script and animation that will make you fall in love with them instantly. Make sure to watch the movies one after the other.
Elf is the story of Buddy, a human who was lovingly adopted and raised by our happy old Santa’s elves. The adventure begins when Buddy, a human like us visits New York City only to find his biological father during Christmas time, also spreading love and joy across the world. Will he find his father during his visit? Watch this 2003 movie and enjoy your special time with your parents.
A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983)
A comedy movie that was released in 1983, A Christmas Story was the perfect mix of the book, In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash mixed with a little elements from Wanda Hickey’s Night of Golden Memories and other Disasters. The film was a hit in 1983 and was loved by all, kids and adults alike.
MIRACLE ON THE 34TH STREET (1947)
A beautifully written Christmas comedy film, Miracle on the 34th Street was initially named and released as The Big Heart in UK. The movie was based on the story of Valentine Davies and focuses on a departmental store Santa clause, who claims himself as the real Christmas Santa. The movie not only won the hearts of its audience but also won 3 Academy awards, making it memorable for its makers.
HOME ALONE 2: LOST IN NEW YORK
Without an ounce of doubt, the entire collection of Home Alone movies is a must watch for Christmas. Right from the first part that was released in 1990 to the last one, Home Alone 5 that was released in 2015; you can watch them all throughout your holidays, one-after-another with your cousins and family together. I bet Kevin and Alex will make your tummy tickle all the way till the end.
JACK FROST (1998)
A comedy drama that was released in 1998, Jack Frost is a movie about a man who accidentally dies in a car accident and somehow magically comes back to life, but as a snowman. The story is very touchy and you will feel your tears slip through your eyes at some point without realizing it at all.
JINGLE ALL THE WAY (1996)
One of the most loved Christmas movies of the late 90s, Jingle All The Way was refreshing movie that also depicted the lives of parents and children in the country. The story is about a workaholic father and a postal worker who desperately try to purchase a toy action figure, Turbo man for their sons at the last minute before the Christmas day. The movie is a classic, especially to see Arnold Schwarzenegger perfectly playing the role of a dad who wishes to impress his son by buying him his favorite toy.