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The 10 Best Christmas Films Of All Time

With one of these dependable holiday movies, you can't go wrong. Whether or not your tree is up, curl up on the couch and use one of them to block out the outer world for a bit.

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With one of these dependable holiday movies, you can't go wrong. Whether or not your tree is up, curl up on the couch and use one of them to block out the outer world for a bit.

It’s A Wonderful Life

This song is a timeless classic for a reason, thus it had to be at the top. Although the premise doesn't sound all that endearing at first, it turns out to be a touching story that is genuinely life-affirming and makes you feel grateful for many things. Having recently returned from serving as a pilot in the War, Jimmy Stewart first declined the job, stating that he would rather to perform a comedy.
It’s A Wonderful Life poster
It’s A Wonderful Life poster

The Muppet Christmas Carol

Who would have imagined that characters like Kermit and Miss Piggy would blend in so well with Michael Caine's outstanding performance as Ebenezer Scrooge in the traditional story? Whatever the Muppets did around him, he allegedly swore to behave "like I'm working with the Royal Shakespeare Company." The contrast is effective.
The Muppet Christmas Carol poster
The Muppet Christmas Carol poster

Elf

No one else but Will Ferrell could have pulled off this part as a gigantic elf who is fixated on Christmas (and on finding his father). Many kids have been motivated to eat spaghetti with sweet syrup by it.
Elf movie
Elf movie

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Whether this is a Halloween or Christmas movie is up for debate. Although it may be watched for both, the film is unmistakably cheerful due to the substantial amount of screen time devoted to Santa, creating toys, and the effort to save the big day.
The Nightmare Before Christmas poster
The Nightmare Before Christmas poster

Die Hard

Die Hard is the ultimate "Is it a Christmas film?" argument. Indeed, it is. Christmas Eve is the setting. It has the appropriate line, "Now I have a machine gun, ho-ho-ho." If you're tired of romance or extravagant celebrations, this is a great option.
Die Hard poster
Die Hard poster

The Snowman

With the iconic theme tune functioning as a lullaby, parents everywhere may credit this movie for assisting kids in falling asleep. True, when they ruin the song on the recorder later, the kids most likely exact revenge.
The Snowman movie
The Snowman movie

Gremlins

Everyone wanted Gizmo after watching this horror comedy, but how many of us could really be trusted to play by the rules? It's probably best not to.
Gremlins poster
Gremlins poster

White Christmas

This Irving Berlin classic, another classic, was supposed to bring Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire back together, but Astaire declined. The movie went on to become a blockbuster hit and was based on the now-famous White Christmas song from Holiday Inn more than ten years earlier.
White Christmas poster
White Christmas poster

Love Actually

Despite the fact that some of the humor from this 2003 movie hasn't held up so well over time, a feel-good romantic comedy might be the perfect fit for 2020. It's entertaining to turn off your brain with.
Love Actually poster
Love Actually poster

Home Alone

Even though Home Alone continues to garner a lot of chuckles, many people believe that the McAllisters are incredibly irresponsible for continuing to lose their child as the sequels pile up. It's optional to watch with a "Merry Christmas, you filthy animals" Christmas jumper on.
Home Alone poster
Home Alone poster

Final Words

Which is your preferred option?
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