Holidays brings the family together, and Holiday movies are the icing on the top of the cake. Something about holiday movies brings back memories of childhood and family togetherness. Check out these 5 movies you can watch with your whole family!
This modern holiday instant classic is designed to appeal to those of us who grew up watching Christmas movies and Christmas specials on TV year after year,
If you haven’t seen this yet, don’t let the old-school animation at the beginning of the film bother you because this movie aims to make use of older animated Christmas classics. Will Ferrell does a phenomenon job as Buddy, even in the face of the cynical reality of New York City.
2. A Christmas Story
This staple is ranked consistently as one of the best holiday films of all time, and for good reason. The sheer number of memorable scenes and lines. All these peculiar moments add up to a classic Christmas comedy must-see (assuming it’s not already part of your holiday tradition).
3. Home Alone 2
It’s more than a little far-fetched to think that any parents would completely forget about their 8-year-old, and even less likely that said 8-year-old could actually take on a pair of burglars, but once you move past the premise, this movie is classic Christmas entertainment.
4. Arthur Christmas
This Animated movie tells the story of Santa’s clumsy son Arthur who gets put on a mission with St. Nick’s father to give out a present they misplaced to a young girl in less than 2 hours. It’s a heartwarming Christmas movie that the whole family will unwind to watch.
5. The family Stone
Sarah Jessica Parker, Claire Danes and Rachel McAdams star in this American comedy-drama about an uptight guest (Parker) in the liberal Stone household, where matriarch Diane Keaton rules supreme. This movie is set in Christmas and is amusing enough to succeed as a festive family time-passer.
Keep an eye on this latest Christmas movie releasing this December 2015, Christmas Eve -In this family comedy produced by Larry King, a power outage traps six groups of New Yorkers in elevators on Christmas Eve where they find that laughter, romance, and a little bit of faith will get them through- and change their lives in unexpected ways.
We hope that you liked this family Christmas movie list. If you have any more to add, do let us know!