It is not always necessary to have a loud, boisterous party on Christmas and dance away till the wee hours of the night. One can also have a small dinner with friends and family, exchange gifts and enjoy the night watching some of the best Christmas movies. Infact, many people like to celebrate Christmas holiday this way only. For them, it is the feelings and the bond between people that matters the most. If you also share these feelings, then, you have found the perfect article. In this section, we have provided the summary of some of the most beautiful films on Christmas.
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol is a short play written by Charles Dickens. It was
published for the first time on 19th December 1843. One of the most
popular Christmas stories of all times, it has since been adapted to
theatre, opera, film, radio, and television, innumerable times.
A Christmas Story
'A Christmas Story' is a movie based on the short stories and
semi-fictional anecdotes of author Jean Shepherd. Directed by Bob Clark,
the movie came out in the year 1983 and stars Melinda Dillon, Darren
McGavin, Peter Billingsley and Ian Petrella.
Home Alone, directed by Chris Columbus, is a comedy film that stars
Macaulay Culkin in the main lead. The movie was released in the year
1990 and its story revolves around an eight-year-old boy who is
mistakenly left behind by his family members, when they leave for France
for a Christmas vacation.
How the Grinch Stole
The movie 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' is based on a book of the
same name, written by Dr. Seuss. Another movie based on this book came
out in the year 2002, titled 'The Grinch', which starred Jim Carrey.
It's a Wonderful Life
The movie 'It's a Wonderful Life' is based on the short story 'The
Greatest Gift', written by Philip Van Doren Stern. The film, directed by
Frank Capra, was released in the year 1946. The script of the movie is
based on the world after the end of WW II and is mainly seen through
Jack Frost is a beautiful Christmas movie, which was released in the
year 1998. It was directed by Troy Miller and stars Michael Keaton and
Kelly Preston. The story of Jack Frost revolves around a father (Michael
Keaton) who dies and comes back in this world as a snowman.
Jingle All The Way
Jingle All the Way is a hilarious comedy film, directed by Brian
Levant. The movie was released in the year 1996 and stars Arnold
Schwarzenegger, Sinbad, Rita Wilson, Jake Lloyd and Phil Hartman. The
story revolves around a father who wants to fulfill his son's ultimate
Christmas wish i.e., getting a Turbo toy as gift.
The Nightmare Before
'The Nightmare Before Christmas' is an animated musical film, directed
by Henry Selick. Based on the drawings and a poem by Tim Burton, the
movie first came out in the year 1993. A 3-D version of the film was
re-released by Walt Disney Pictures on October 20, 2006.
The Polar Express
'The Polar Express' is an animated movie, based on a children's book of
the same name, written by Chris Van Allsburg. The movie, directed by
Robert Zemeckis, was released in the year 2004. The movie has the voices
of Tom Hanks, Leslie Harter Zemeckis, Eddie Deezen, Nona Gaye and Jimmy
Top Ten Christmas Movies
The Christmas dinner is over, you've eaten to your heart's content and
your feet are aching from the hours of dancing. The night is still not
over and you wonder what to do now? Don't worry; we are here to provide
the perfect solution to your problem. What better option than to relax
with all your friends and relatives in front of the television and watch
some nice Christmas Day movies.
Animated Christmas Movies
"Frosty the snowman was a happy jolly soul ..." Who hasn't spent the Christmas season singing this popular song. Watching Christmas movies during the festive season has long been a part of Christmas tradition.
Best Christmas Movies
Twinkling lights, glimmering baubles, shining stars, tinsel toes, fragrant wreaths. Does all this ring a bell? Or, better still does it ring Church bells in your ears? The word Christmas is enough to spell magic and spread gaiety all over.
Christmas Movies For Kids
You know it's Christmas when you feel homesick even when you are at home, when the air is filled with wafting smell of delicacies, when the shops are glitzy and lanes glittery, and all hearts are filled with festive merriment.
Classic Christmas Movies
Bring your childhood Christmas memories back with a rush! There is nothing better than a great classic Christmas movie to relive those innocent days, when lights, decoration, delicious food, gifts, and Santa Claus enchanted you.
Disney Christmas Movies
From snow-covered land, enchanting palaces, evergreen trees glittering with Christmas decorations to Santa's workshop at North Pole, nothing can better depict this than a Disney Christmas movie. Watching Christmas movies during the festive season has long been a part of Christmas tradition.
Funny Christmas Movies
When you laugh everybody laughs with you. Ask anybody, people who laugh are pleasant to be with and you will notice that they are surrounded by a lot of people. Laughter is elevating; it enriches a bond and gives a deeper meaning to a relationship.
Romantic Christmas Movies
Christmas is a season of love. How rightly said, "Romance is the glamour which turns the dust of everyday life into a golden haze." - Amanda Cross. Love is in the air, and what can be more romantic than spending time with your sweetheart gazing into each other's eyes.
Top Ten Christmas Movies
Whenever we talk of Christmas, the image, which pops in our mind, is invariably of a loud party lasting till wee hours with lots of fun and frolic. Any image with a quiet Christmas garners our pity. However, a quiet time spent with family past Christmas party has its own charm.
Here, we are providing you with a list of some of the best Christmas movies. Check out the films for Christmas Holiday/vacation.