Christmas movies – TOP 10! |


Can you imagine at least one Christmas without unique Christmas movies? Thanks to them, we can spend festive evenings at home with family or friends in a lively and cozy way.


We’ve rounded up our top 10 holiday movies so you can easily find what you’re looking for:

10. A Christmas Story (1983)

One of the main characters, Ralphie, dreams of only one thing before Christmas – a toy gun, but his mother, teacher and even Santa himself assure him that playing with a gun can hurt him. Not only that, but this Christmas is becoming very stressful for them.
Old, traditional Christmas movies of this type will give parents warm nostalgia, and children – a burst of new impressions. Although “A Christmas Story” was published in 1983, you will be transported back not 34, but even 74 years – when tension and rush were still a new thing in the run-up to Christmas.

9. Elfas “Elf” (2003 m.)

A long time ago, on a magical Christmas night, a small child crawled into the bag of presents that Santa Claus was carrying up North without him seeing. Since then, the child’s life has been very unusual.
This is a great family comedy in which a man who has lived with elves for thirty years returns to the city to find his family.

8. Bad Santa “Bad Santa” (2003)

The two main characters of the film are about to disguise themselves as Santa Claus and an elf in order to rob a store. However, one of the robbers is an alcoholic and therefore completely unable to communicate properly with the children as Santa Claus and the end result is a film full of unenviably funny scenes.
It’s not the best choice for a night out with the family, but it’s an unbeatable choice for a group of friends. Christmas mood, a dash of black humor and great actors – everything you need for a great festive evening.

7. The Santa Clause (1994)

Santa falls off the roof because Scott, the landlord, gives him an unexpected scare. There is a rule for such a case – “If something happens to Santa Claus, you have to wear the suit yourself and do his duty.” So, Scott does (or at least tries to).
A comedy that is sure to provide a good dose of laughter for the whole family.
Although you may have already seen the film, it is worth watching again just for the non-stop festive mood that is guaranteed throughout the film.

6. The Polar Express (2004)

A boy who can’t wait to see what happens on that magical Christmas night, unexpectedly receives a magical train on his way to see Santa at his front door. By the way, the train only comes to those who really believe in the miracles of Christmas!
A beautiful, memorable and educational film for children and adults. By watching this film, everyone will find that little child in themselves for whom Christmas is the most mysterious and magical time of the year.

5. Four Christmases (2008)

A young couple avoids celebrating Christmas with their relatives every year, because all their relatives annoy them in one way or another, so Christmas would not be a holiday, but a real misery. Unfortunately, one year it cannot be avoided and Christmas with loved ones becomes inevitable.
The comedy is full of funny and memorable scenes played by well-known actors like Vince Vaughn and the charming Reese Witherspoon. Believe me, you will get the feeling that there can be no more miserable Christmas.

4. Christmas Fever Jingle All The Way (1996)

Howard has a wonderful wife and two children, but he hardly ever gets to spend time with them because of his work. So, he decides to correct this mistake and buy his son the toy he dreams of. True, everything is not as simple as it seems, because many other children want this toy.
“Christmas fever” is probably a well-known comedy in which the great Arnold Schwarzenegger is constantly in a hurry and tries to find that one toy and gets into such funny situations that good impressions are guaranteed for the whole day.

3. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)

Everyone in Whoville is crazy about Christmas except the Grinch. He doesn’t like Christmas at all, he really doesn’t like Christmas movies, music and everything related to this holiday. However, one resident of the town – a little girl – believes that everyone can enjoy Christmas and tries to prove it to the Grinch.
Although we all know the movie as very unique and funny, it also has a rather deep thought that makes us care about everyone.

2. The Quack Family Celebrates Christmas in “Christmas Vacation” (1989)

A family that loves a traditional Christmas unexpectedly receives relatives who turn the holiday into real hell – constant quarrels, disagreements and chaos.
A good old nostalgic comedy that entertains every time you watch it.

1. Home Alone (1990)

A film that speaks for itself. We have all seen it and few imagine Christmas without it. Like the presents on Christmas morning, like the Christmas tree at home, Kevin and his worries in Home Alone are a Christmas tradition.

Enjoy movies like never before

As you may have noticed, some of our Christmas movies are old, but did you know that even decades-old movies are often upgraded in quality so that viewers can use modern TVs and experience the thrill of a good old movie all over again.

So, to make the Christmas movies really special, you can always go to and see if it’s worth renewing the one you have television For Christmas!


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