The most awaited time of Christmas is upon us, and it’s time for you to get cozy in a blanket with your family with hot cocoa to watch the all-time best Christmas movies ever. From classic cartoons to new favorites, whether you are a sucker for the Grinch or can’t resist the naughtiness of Jack Frost, this little list of movies have the six best movies of all-time.
Make sure that you have hot cocoa with marshmallows in it with a cozy blanket to make it a perfect night with your family!
The best-animated movies of all-time
Disney’s Christmas carol (2009)
One of the best Dickens books, The Christmas Carol, written in 1838, remains timeless. The film on the hand is supercharged with exhilarating visuals and is true to the spirit of the book. As you all must know the story is of a miser in the Victorian era,
who sets out a journey of redemption. Jim Carrey, the lead artist, playing to be Scrooge, the miser, along with the ghost of Christmas past present and future, adds to the wondrous feel of the movie. This movie is scary and amusing at the same time and adds only to the enjoyment of the Christmas holidays.
Arthur Christmas (2011)
Arthur’s Christmas is a very British and a smart platform The Animation Studio, 3D animated movie from that opens one of the life’s most asked question: how do Santa visits and delivers the Christmas gifts in a single night? Well, the answer, it seems, is that Santa has a team of the high-tech army of elves and a silent spaceship disguised as a cluster of stars. However, it was never like this until the Santa’s eldest son, Steve, rejuvenated the operation.
However, it happens that one of the parcels slips the net, and in order to deliver it, it is up to Santa’s youngest son, Arthur, to deliver the package with his grumpy old grand Santa using reindeer and sleigh. How does it end? Well, watch the movie! You’ll find it to be quite mesmerizing and fun!
The nightmare before Christmas (1993)
One of the most watched and repeated movies of all time is the nightmare before Christmas. Most people think it to be a Halloween classic movie, but it is not the case. In this movie the Halloweentown ruler, Jack Skellington is trying to bring the Christmas spirit of Christmas to his folks in Halloweentown.
This movie is suitable to watch on Halloween as well as repeated on Christmas! The best part is that they manage to rejoice Christmas without following the unvarying clichés of the genre. This movie is a great choice to experience all-new kind of magic this season.
The polar express (2004)
Based on the award-winning children’s book of Chris Allsburg, the polar express is undoubtedly a movie worth watching again this season. The movie and the book are about a boy who finally meets Santa clause on the North Pole. He boards a magical train that is traveling to the North Pole and is going with children from different places willing to meet Santa Clause. This movie is just as fantastic as it should be to be repeated this winter.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)
The movie is based on the book by Dr. Seuss and is about a grumpy old Grinch who hates Christmas and tries to steal Christmas from the Whos of Whoville. This sounds to be a depressing movie but turns out to be quite fun! It is a tale of greed, bitterness but the ultimate moral of goodness in people of Whoville who turn the Grinch with a heart two times smaller to have a change of heart. It is a fun movie to watch quite possibly every Christmas season.
The rise of the guardians (2012)
A charming and utterly magical movie released in 2012 based on the childhood fantasies turns out to be a movie having a perfect combination of good vs. evil. It is a story about a kid, Jack Frost, who is going to become a new guardian like Santa, tooth fairy, the all-time favorite Easter bunny and sandy to fight from the great evil of the boogeyman,
who once thrived on fear and nightmares defeated by the guardians, haunting the kids once again. Jack Frost’s fun and exciting nature are preaching never to lose sight of having a little bit of fun in life. So, refresh your minds by unleashing your power of imagination and going back to be a kid with your family!
Watching your favorite Christmas movies on Christmas Eve with your loved ones is one of the honored traditions to follow. So why not make some room for these all-time favorite classic movies on your playlist this Christmas? After all, it is the perfect time to make some quality memories with your loved ones.