It’s that time of year, which we all wait for all year and now we can sit with family and enjoy some Christmas classics, Through painstaking research, we have determined the best Christmas movies for you to enjoy with your family, We missed a movie? tell us in the comments below.
This is one of my favorites and I always watch at least once in Holiday season. This Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis comedy, those mishaps are cranked up to the max. Every year your mother asks herself why she does all of this… getting the house decorated, cooking until she’s not hungry, and buying presents for everyone, so allow her to live in a world where things go incredibly wrong for another family so she feels better about spending all that time being busy.
Ernest Saves Christmas is a good way to maintain holiday spirit while also laughing. Ernest isn’t for everyone but it is good fun and you should watch it at least once.
Die Hard is the best Christmas movie ever! There is no debate about it… you can allow him to pretend he’s celebrating Christmas for two hours while also indulging in his fantasies of one day having chest hair.
Elf is one of those rare family Christmas movies that captures both the magic and tragedy of the holiday. It has room for cheer, fun, and laughter while also acknowledging that the holidays aren’t always easy. This is one movie for the whole family.
They don’t make ’em like they used to and nothing will remind your grandma of this more than re-watching the classic featuring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, and Rosemary Clooney. Bonus points are to be awarded if you suggest the film when it’s actually snowing too.
It is a unfiltered holiday special. It has a lot of cursing but it is so much fun to watch and it is a bit grown up Christmas holiday cheer.
Bill Murray is the king of comedy and Scrooged is the best way for him to get a Murray fix while also being festive. It is a must watch movie for the Christmas night.
This is your Holiday scare! It is the best way to show your cousin the error of his ways is a movie that punishes its characters for not having holiday spirit, while also treating the audience to some of the best Christmasey monsters to ever grace celluloid.
It’s a classic, and it is very good.
Charlie Brown, like the presence of the non-family member, is tradition at this point, so you might as well throw it on for him.