Festive time is the best one to spend watching tv series and movies with your kids but every time you stand at front of the tv you don’t know what to watch.
Here are the best selection of 10 Festive movies of all time:
How the Grinch Stole Christmas: one of the most classical of Christmas movies. In 2000, Jim Carrey put on a big green Grinch suit to bring the famous cartoon to life.
- A Christmas Carol: Still the finest adaptation of Charles Dickens’ legendary tale, this superb 1951 feature charts the familiar Christmas Eve ordeal of nasty miser Ebenezer Scrooge (Alastair Sim), who’s visited by the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future.
- Home Alone: Macaulay Culkin is forgotten by his family and forced to battle a couple of dimwit thieves around Christmas in this enduring children’s adventure from director Chris Columbus and writer John Hughes.
- Frozen: We know the song says otherwise, but we just can’t let this movie go! If your family are as big of fans as we are, then you’ll definitely want to watch the Frozen sequel after re-watching the original.
- The Chronicles of Narnia: Three kids discover a mysterious wardrobe, and are transported to a magical world full of adventure (and one very evil witch).
- Trading places: Starring Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy, this movie spans the holiday season, from Christmas to New Year’s.
- Gremlins: Though certainly unconventional, Steven Spielberg’s fantasy-horror film consistently makes people’s lists of the best underrated Christmas movies.
- Edward Scissorhands: This quirky fairy tale sparkles in its holiday scenes, including when Johnny Depp’s sharp-handed character carves an ice sculpture in Winona Ryder’s likeness.
- Little Women: The 1994 film, based on Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel, covers several years in the lives of the March family, but some of the most memorable and heartwarming scenes take place during a classic New England Christmas.
- Elf: He may not be a real elf, but Buddy (Will Ferrell) saves Christmas (and his dad from the naughty list) with his endless supply of cheer.
Leave a comment saying what you chose. Happy holidays 🙂