Are you done with your Christmas arrangements this year, or still confused with your plans? Whatever it is, you can’t imagine this day without friends and family. Watching movies together with the family is a custom that suits all kinds of festivals. Whether be it the Independence Day, Valentine’s, Halloween, Thanksgiving or an Olympic Season, movies never fail to gratify an occasion close to your heart.
So, if you’re intending to bring hot popcorn and wish to spend some warm moments with the family while it’s snowing outside, nothing’s beautiful than that. And supporting you is a list of 6 best Christmas movies of all time. Let’s unfold it.
#1. A Christmas Story: It’s an American Christmas comedy film from the 1980s. The plot revolves around a character known as Ralphie Parker narrating one of his childhood’s Christmas incidents when he was nine. He desired of a Red Ryder Carbine-Action 200- Shot Range Model air rifle. Find out whether he gets his Christmas Present or not, on this Christmas.
#2. Home Alone: It’s a perfect blend of comedy and thrill and has entertained all kinds of audiences throughout the world. Directed by Chris Columbus it follows the story of eight-year-old Kevin McCallister who is by mistake left in his home as his family flies to Paris for a Christmas Vacation.
#3. ELF: The comedy genre continues here as well, as a human being named Buddy grows within the mystical world of Santa who soon realized it and heads back to New York in the quest of his real father. Simultaneously, on his journey, he also shared Christmas joy to people he meets.
#4. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation: Released in 1989, it’s known to be the best sequel of the Vacation Film Series running from the 1980s to 2015. The film stars Chevy Chase, Beverly D’ Angelo and Randy Quaid in the heavy roles. The best thing about the film is the never give up spirit of the Griswold family that goes very unlucky on their Christmas celebration plans.
#5. It’s a Wonderful Life: Despite being a very old film it’s easily capable of dragging you into the ocean of emotions and love. Love for your life and the world. Released in 1946 it stars James Stewart carrying the role of George Bailey who is a very decent person trying to commit suicide but paused by an angel trying to enlighten him.
#6. Christmas In Connecticut: Another aged masterpiece, this film is no ordinary with a great coming of age storyline. Barbara Stanwyck is playing Elizabeth Lane who’s a very famous food writer but hides her real identity from people. The twist appears when her boss and a returning war hero invite themselves for a traditional family Christmas to her home.
Most of these films belong to an era that none of us have even born in. But they can make you love your family and the people you meet every day. It will change the way you celebrate Christmas every year and you’ll learn the meaning behind waiting for a festival all year long.
We wish you a Merry Christmas!