When it comes to celebrating the holidays, one of the most perfect ways to do it is watching a heartwarming movie with your loved ones. Holidays films are all time favorites when it comes to movie marathons for the whole family.
So, here are the top ten best Christmas films that you can include in your list of movies to watch this holiday season:
This motion capture movie directed by Robert Zemeckis is based on a book written by Jumanji author Chris Valn Allsburg. It revolves around the adventures of a skeptical young boy and his journey to the North Pole through an extraordinary train ride.
This stop motion cult classic centers on the story of Halloween Town’s most famous resident Jack Skellington, who finds himself in Christmas Town. Here, he unwittingly and comically unleashes havoc and chaos when he decides to bring the holiday to Halloween Town.
This came out as a television movie special, which focuses on the story of a poor otter family who risks everything for a chance to win the cash prize of a talent contest on Christmas.
Made as a stop motion film, this television movie special recounts the tales of many Santa Claus-related traditions and how they came to be.
This musical film is an adaptation of Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol. Despite its comedic nature, the movie has a strict following as a literary masterpiece.
This computer-animated feature film revolves around the story of Santa Claus’ clumsy son named Arthur, whose discovery of his dad’s high tech ship caused the failure to deliver one girl’s present. Arthur embarks on a journey to deliver the very last present.
This animation short centers on the events after the Shrek the Third and focuses on the family’s yuletide celebration.
This first ever computer-animated feature is one heartwarming tale of our favorite play things. The movie centers on the relationship of Woody and Buzz Lightyear, both of whom are the favorite toys of a little boy named Andy.
From the imagination of Dr. Seuss, this is the story of The Grinch, who has a heart two sizes too small and who plans to “steal” Christmas from the Whos in Whoville. In the process, he eventually learns the true meaning of Christmas.
Dr. Schulz’ beloved characters come together in this beautiful animation short that focuses on Charlie Brown’s quest for the real meaning of Christmas amidst the commercialism around him.
Below are a couple of clips on these Christmas specials: