Seven Classic Christmas Movies of All Time

Elmira | 24 - 11 - 2020
Classic Christmas Movies

Christmas is almost here. You might have many plans including buying gifts, making yummy foods, and family time. Don’t you think, watching some classic movies with your friends and family can add the cherry on top. There is no better way than watching these classic funniest Christmas movies this holiday.

We have put together fantastic classic movies so that you can follow this time-honored tradition of munching in front of the TV with your loved one.

Top-Rated Seven Christmas Movies

From It’s a Wonderful Life to Miracle on 34th Street we listed the best Christmas movies ranked that the whole family will love.

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  • D. Rudolph

1. It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

You won’t regret picking this funny, timeless, and thoughtful movie to watch with your kids, family, and friends. This movie features James Stewart as George Bailey who gave up his dream and started helping others. He was about to commit suicide but a trainee angel showed up and made him realize what the world would have been like without him which was heart touching. 

2. Holiday Affair (1949)

Holiday Affair (1949)

We bring the lighthearted Christmas movie starring Robert Mitchum as Steve who is a tough guy or drifter. You may love watching Robert’s story with your partner. He is working as a seasonal clerk and falls in love with charming Connie Ennis (Janet Leigh) in a deceptive shopping scheme during a busy Christmas holiday. The movie focuses on economic hardship, war widows, and extramarital affairs that leave your mouth open.

3. Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

If you are a person who doesn’t prefer classic movies, this MGM romantic musical comedy-Meet Me in St. Louis will change your mind. After finishing your Christmas dinner, it’s a snow-globe sort of movie, perfect to marvel at when you are with your family. Your family will enjoy watching the classic songs, dance, and period costumes of the ’50s and ’60s.

4. Home Alone (1990)

Home Alone (1990)

Want to win your kid’s heart? This is your only chance to bring the family together and spend some valuable time. Home Alone is a treat to your kid’s eyes. He/she will love watching how an eight-year-old child who seems a troublemaker at the beginning ends up protecting his house from a pair of burglars. It is one of the best Xmas movies of all time.

5. Meet John Doe (1941)

Meet John Doe (1941)

Your Christmas shouldn’t go well without Frank Capra. This is one of those timeless films you can watch with your family. The plot focuses on how a man agrees to impersonate a non-existent person and threatens to jump off City Hall on Christmas as a protest, therefore a political movement begins.

6. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)

Another fun classic movie is here which deserves a “love” emoticon. We assure your kids won’t be leaving the sofa before the movie ends. You can’t take off your eyes from a lively, happy reindeer who loves playing in the snow just like your children. In the movie, Rudolph is typically depicted as the 9th and youngest of Santa Claus’s reindeer that has a strange luminous red nose.

7. Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

You will love watching this Christmas classic every year. In the movie, an old man called Kris Kringle believed he was Santa Claus. This movie will make you cry like Bryan Bedford says, “If this court finds that Mr. Kringle is not who he says he is, that there is no Santa, I ask the court to judge which is worse: A lie that draws a smile or a truth that draws a tear.”

Here, we have listed out the top 6 new Christmas movies and top 7 New Year movies of all time just for you to watch, enjoy and relax!

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