It is almost that time of year again when you can watch your favorite Christmas movies without judgment from your mates. Sure, there may be a few more weeks until you can officially Celebrate Christmas and Boxing Day, but we will not tell if you don’t. That said, some of the top Christmas movies that are sure to get you into the holiday mood are aplenty. In fact, there are so many that we have broken them down into separate categories—A Joy For The Whole Family, Love For The Holidays, and of course, The Christmas Classics.
A Joy For The Whole Family
If it is not just you popping in a DVD to watch, then you should check out feel-good holiday movies that appeal to the entire family. Of course, even if you are a full-grown adult or a child, there is no denying that you are probably watching Home Alone (1990), Edward Scissorhands (1990), and The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) this year and every year. In addition to these timeless Christmas movies that are a joy for the whole family, you can also check out other holiday favorites like The Polar Express (2004), Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone (2001), The Snowman and The Snowdog (1982), The Chronicles Of Narnia (2005), and A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965).
Love For The Holidays
Alternatively, if you are all about strangers falling in love at Christmas time, then you have some options. Personally, if you don’t own Love Actually (2003), The Holiday (2006), and all things Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001) related, then do you even believe in Love? If you don’t own them already, that is fine, but you should. Ultimately, if you are a sucker for a good romantic Christmas movie, then you should also watch some soon to be holiday classics such as the Christmas Prince saga—A Christmas Prince (2017), The Royal Wedding (2018), and the Royal Baby (2019). Might a Royal Baby’s First Christmas be in the making too? One might never know. The Last Christmas (2019) is full of holiday feels as well.
The Christmas Classics
Lastly, if you are a true Christmas lover, then there are some Christmas classics that should be on your holiday viewing list this year. Thus, in no particular order, it is imperative that you watch It’s A Wonderful Life (1946), A Christmas Dream (1946), and Miracle On 34th Street (1947). Moreover, it is highly recommended that you rip DVD all three of these “before VHS” Christmas Classics, so you can watch them from anywhere. A few other Classic movies that have likely made their way to DVDs that can now be digitized and watched on any gadget include A Christmas Carol (1938), White Christmas (1954), and Scrooge (1970).
Clearly, these are just a few movies to queue up this holiday season to get yourself ready to deck the halls. Nevertheless, you should make sure you check the above holiday movies out, especially the ones you have not seen.