The Holidays are a time to feel loved and warm inside. A lot of times this is a season of being in a frenzy and sometimes not enjoying the moment. Take some time to sit down by yourself or with loved ones to watch a movie that will make everyone happy. Here is a list of some films that will have you laughing, crying, or experiencing many emotions:
Classics are usually the way to go on Christmas, but this newer movie is bound to become a classic. This is a new story on how a mailman and toymaker set the holiday tradition of giving gifts to childer on Christmas.
Edward Scissorhands (1990)
This was the first of many wonderful collaborations from Johnny Depp and Tim Burton. Like most Burton films, it has gothic imagery that captures the viewers eye.
Jingle All The Way (1996)
What happens when the one toy your child wants is sold out everywhere? This movie truly captures the craziness people will go through in order to get the perfect gift for someone they love.
A human raised by elves decides to travel from the North Pole to NYC meet his real father. He goes through many obstacles trying to adjust to a normal way of life.
A Christmas Story (1983)
Set in the 1940s, a young boy eagerly wants a toy bb gun for Christmas. He tries to convince his parents, teacher, and Santa that this is the right toy for him.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
What happens when a grumpy hermit decides he wants to steal Christmas? Watch this live action adaptation of Dr. Seuss’s children’s tale to find out!
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
One of the only films to effectively combine Halloween and Christmas (the two best holidays, obviously!) whilst giving a love story between two tortured characters.
The Year without a Santa Claus (1974)
Santa decides he needs a break and wants to take a Christmas off. Mrs Clause and the elves try to convince him how much he is needed.
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)
This stop motion film is played every year on CBS, and for good reason. If you love classics, this is definitely the film you should watch!
Home Alone (1991)
One of the greatest Christmas movies of all time, Home Alone tells the story of a young boy who is accidentally left at home while his family goes on vacation. This film will have you laughing hysterically throughout.Is your favorite holiday film on the list? What movies are a must for you and your family every year? Tell us in the comments below!