Christmas Movies: Must Watch

This Article was written by Hannah Mestermann

With Christmas right around the corner; there is one important question you need to ask yourself: have you watched all the Christmas movies (at least once) yet? No? well... you've still got a little time, and with our list- you can be sure not too miss the best ones!


Elf (2003)



As it follows Buddy the Elf on his journey from the North Pole all the way to NYC- we see Without a doubt one of the best Christmas films ever made.


Home Alone 1& 2 (1990 & 1992)



If this doesn't put you in the Christmas spirit; then I don't know what will. Perhaps the most iconic film for the season; both Home Alone 1 and 2 should be on top of your watch-list!


The Holiday (2006)




The perfect 'feel- good' rom-com with an incredible cast. I tend to fall more in love with this film every time I watch it.


How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)



A Christmas staple! As we watch Dr. Suess's tale come to life; we learn of the true meaning of Christmas.


Love Actually (2003)



A wonderful romantic comedy that never fails to entertain and warm your heart. Definitely a must- watch for the holidays!


The Santa Clause (1994)



It's funny, engaging and will fill you with the Christmas spirit. This is one that you can always come back to.


Christmas Chronicles (2018)



With an incredible cast and exceptional cinematography; you can't go wrong with this contemporary family- friendly adventure film!


A Christmas Carol (2009)



A phenomenal adaptation to Charles Dickens Christmas Carol. A captivating cinematic experience that is enchanting for the holidays.


Die Hard (Series)



If you have some time on your hands; there is no better way to spend it than with Bruce Willis in this gripping action blockbuster that takes place on Christmas eve (hence qualifying for this list!)


There it is! Let us know if we missed any/ which ones you have seen ( & how many times)

Happy watching!


Love, Hannah

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