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With Christmas just around the corner, it’s only right to celebrate with a few holiday movies.
From Macaulay Culkin’s iconic regions to will Ferrell’s elvish antics, there are plenty of Christmas movies out there, that will get you in the holiday spirit.
Here are some of the most iconic Christmas movies are (in no particular order) for you to check out this holiday season:
“A Christmas Story”
“A Christmas Story” which follows the lovable ralphie didn Parker, if he avoids the bully Scut Farkus, and the dream of seeing his beloved Red Ryder air rifle under the tree.
The film is so strong that it has a 24-hour marathon airing on TBS and TNT during the christmas Eve and christmas day every year since 1997.
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“Miracle on 34th Street”
“Miracle on 34th Street’ is a Christmas favorite since its premiere in 1947.
Celebrate the holiday season with the story of Kris Kringle, who plays the role of Santa Claus at Macy’s department store in New York city, and tries to convince his skeptical supervisor, and her non-believer daughter), and that he is the real thing. This is an iconic film stars Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’hara and Natalie Wood.
“A Christmas Carol”
It is the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, it is a transformative story that is filled with important lessons that any family can use to learn from this season.
With the countless adaptations of the Charles Dickens classic, the viewers will be able to see how the Game is going from a greedy miser to a kind and caring person.
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A retelling of the classic “A Christmas Carol,” “Scrooged stars Bill Murray as a selfish, cynical businessman, Frank Cross. In the film, Michael is visited by a variety of Christmas spirits, which will eventually transform it off of the younger man’s, that he was completely in tune with the spirit of Christmas.
“A Charlie Brown Christmas”
Charlie Brown has become a cultural icon and as one of entertainment’s most relatable characters of all time.
His depression, combined with periodic moments of optimism, and it should show you the true power of the Christmas spirit, in spite of all the struggles one can face.
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“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”
Premiering in 1964, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” is one of the oldest continuously running Christmas specials on the TV.
No one can forget the beautiful innocent, to Rudolph and his bright red nose, and everyone will remember the iconic Rudolph, the jingle that we’re all happily singing along in the season of the year.
“The Santa Clause”
When working with tools around the house, Tim Allen was trying to take over the role of Santa Claus.
I mean, if everyone’s favorite “Home Improvement” star as the iconic red dress and taking a trip to convince them that he loves them, that he is indeed, father christmas.
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Ring in the holidays with this 2003 blockbuster with an ensemble cast that includes Keira Knightley, Liam Neeson, Hugh Grant, and Colin Firth.
“How the Grinch Stole Christmas”
Nothing brings more christmas cheer than with Jim Carrey donning a green, furry suit, stomp around town, stealing everyone’s presents, food, decorations, and much, much more, until his heart grows three sizes, and that is it.
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“National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation”
Please see the family of Griswold, at their absolute best (or worse?) when they foul, and his families for the holidays.
The Chaos seems too tame a word for what follows in this PG-13 movie.
You don’t expect to see that Kevin McCallister, an iconic desperate glance at one of these?
Kevin McCallister’s (played by Culkin) make jokes at Harry Lyme (played by Joe Pesci) and Marv Merchants (played by Daniel Stern) have been a Christmas staple ever since its release in 1990. Nearly 30 years later, Culkin’s performance still stands the test of time.
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“Eleven,” which was highly praised as a holiday classic almost immediately after its release in 2003, and it still stands out as one of will Ferrell’s greatest performance.
It’s heart-warming tale of long-lost father and son are sure to resonate with families on the holiday season to roll around.
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“It’s a Wonderful Life”right now
Perhaps it is the ultimate Christmas classic It’s a Wonderful Life” follows George Bailey as he learns how important it is, and if he was to catch a glimpse of what his small town would be like without him.
The family-friendly, and full of heart, this is the 1946 black-and-white flick stars James Stewart, Donna Reed, and Lionel Barrymore.
“The Nightmare Before Christmas”
Mix your holiday with this Tim Burton film was written and that it follows Jack Skellington as he tries to make Christmas for his home, Halloween Town.
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Is the “die Hard” a Christmas movie or not?
This longstanding question that has plagued the Internet, and a display of movie fanatics since it was first published in 1988. (Hint: The answer is yes.
If you believe that it is a Christmas movie or not, Bruce Willis’ performance as the NYPD’s agent, John McClane has solidified its position as the top holiday movie.
The use of Run-DMC’s “Christmas in Hollis” to get to the core of the theme of the family, and the “die Hard” remains one of the season of the year, it is the greatest of movies to watch.
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