9 Wonderful Christmas Movies For Holidays

I don't know about you, but I and my family love to spend holiday time at home. This peaceful time is the time for us to calm down, spend time together, take long nature walks, watch movies and play some games.

There are some movies that are among the classics and you will not get bored if you watch them over and over. Today I have prepared a list of Christmas movies that we watch as a family every Christmas time. It may be an idea for those who have not watched it, and those who have watched it may want to watch it again. 

The Polar Express
On the eve of Christmas, the anticipation of a small, nameless boy is dimmed. He has doubts as to whether Santa Claus even exists. After he's just gone to bed, a noise startles him and he looks outside the door to see what happened. A large steam engine wheezes through the white, snowy winter landscape and stops right in front of the boy's house. "So, are you coming with me?" asks the conductor. “Where to?” “Well, to the North Pole, of course. This is the Polar Express!” He hesitates but then jumps on the train at the last moment. The boy meets other children in his compartment. He immediately makes friends with a brave black girl. The train sets course for the North Pole at high speed. Problems arise when his new girlfriend loses her ticket. The conductor disappears with her, and rumor has it that she will have to leave the express. The boy finds the card, but the wind blows it out of his hand...

Home Alone
Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) is fed up with everything - fed up with his parents, his siblings, and the rest of his kin too. It can be challenging being the youngest offspring of a large family. Dreikäsehoch is already looking forward to the holiday trip together with horror, why can't he just stay alone for once? The fact that his wish comes true faster than expected comes as a surprise to Kevin, his family simply forgot about him during the turbulent departure and Kevin soon realizes that being alone does not only have advantages...

The Santa Clause
When Christmas phobic Scott Calvin accidentally throws Santa Claus off the roof on Christmas Eve and he then disappears without a trace, he feels compelled to take on his role...

The Grinch

The 1957 children's book originally titled How the Grinch Stole Christmas! was created by Theodor Seuss Geisel alias Dr. Seuss authored. It's about a hairy, green creature that everyone just calls the Grinch. He lives in a cave on Mount Crumpit with his faithful dog Max. And since his heart is two sizes too small - the book does not go into the cause of his motivation - he hates nothing more than Christmas. That's why the Whos, the inhabitants of the town of Whoville at the foot of the mountain, who celebrate Christmas exuberantly every year, are anathema to him. So he decides to put an end to it all and take Christmas away from the Whos once and for all. He disguises himself as Santa Claus and wants to steal everything that has to do with Christmas.

Jingle All The Way

Howard Langston (Arnold Schwarzenegger) has promised his son that he will grant any Christmas wish he wishes. Unfortunately, the boy chooses the highly coveted "Turbo Man" action figure of all things. Howard thinks about buying the popular gift at the last minute, so it's already sold out everywhere. However, since he has disappointed his son far too often, he does everything in his power to find the figure...

The Princess Switch
The young Montenaro Duchess Margaret (Vanessa Hudgens) can hardly believe her eyes when she meets the commoner Stacy (also Hudgens) from Chicago, who looks confusingly like her. Because both women are curious about the lives of the other, they switch roles without further ado. This is fun for them at first, but soon brings with it complications, especially when the women fall in love. Margaret, for example, falls in love with Stacy's co-workers and enlists the help of Santa's magical assistant. Stacy, on the other hand, is after Margaret's fiancé. The situation is pretty tricky for the two quasi-twins, who can't tell their prince charming who they really are...

Lampoons Christmas Vacation
The most contemplative time of the year should be the Christmas holidays. But it is more difficult than expected to turn the wish into reality. Family man Clark Griswold (Chevy Chase) naturally also wants to offer his loved ones something and so the Griswolds make their way into the woods to cut down a Christmas tree. With a little effort, the venture succeeds, but megalomania leads to serious difficulties in setting up the tree in the home. After solving the problems under chaotic circumstances, the absurd powerhouse continues with the gigantic lighting of the house. Clark not only encounters new obstacles with his plans, he also gets the anger of the neighbors. When Clark's cousin Eddie Johnson (Randy Quaid) shows up with his entire family without telling them beforehand, the situation gets more and more out of control, and chaos reigns instead of contemplation...

Francis Xavier Cross (Bill Murray) seems to have it all, he's wealthy and runs a successful TV station. But he is hard-hearted and eaten up by stinginess, for Frank the only thing that counts is the quota.
Everything that does not arrive is rigorously removed from the program. Therefore, his planned Christmas show should be anything but Christian: "Crime And Sex" is the motto to lure as many viewers as possible in front of the television sets.

A few days before Christmas, he meets his former boss, Lew Hayward, who died years ago. He announces that three spirits will come to him that same night. The misanthropic Frank undergoes a spooky radical cure...

The Holiday
London journalist Iris (Kate Winslet) is in love with Jasper (Rufus Sewell), her colleague. Unfortunately, he announces that he will soon marry someone else at a company party. Frustrated, Iris retreats to her little cottage in the English countryside.
In Los Angeles, Amanda (Cameron Diaz), the owner of a booming advertising agency, throws her unfaithful husband Ethan (Edward Burns) out of the luxury mansion - just before Christmas. In order to escape the sheer sadness, Amanda searches the internet for a vacation opportunity. She comes across an advertisement from Iris, who is offering her cozy cottage in exchange for two weeks. Less than 24 hours later, the disappointed women have swapped houses and are officially on vacation. Although both of them don't want to have anything to do with men, things naturally turn out differently. Iris's brother Graham (Jude Law) turns up unannounced and drunk at Amanda's, of whose existence he has no idea. You end up in bed the first night, but after that it gets complicated. In L.A., Iris immediately gets in touch with two men: the aged, oddball screenwriter Arthur Abbot (Eli Wallach) and the Hollywood composer Miles Jack Black, who is betrayed by his girlfriend (Shannyn Sossamon)...

You Can watch a lot of Christmas movies on Amazon Prime or Amazon DVD.

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