Must-See Holiday Movies #TBT

Must-See Holiday Movies #TBT

Madeline Bright

Now that December is finally here, it is time to bust out the decorations, turn up the music and embrace the holiday season while it lasts. There is no better way to get yourself into the spirit than with a good holiday movie. With countless movies to choose from where does one begin? It’s simple: work your way through the oldies because nothing is better than a good throwback movie. Now, grab some popcorn and take a seat, it’s time to get your ho-ho-holiday on with some throwback holiday movies.

Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)

One can’t go wrong with Dr. Seuss. This movie is the perfect combination of short and sweet.

It’s A Wonderful Life

If you are looking for a heartwarming holiday movie, this is the one for you. It’s a must-see and a classic.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Join Charlie Brown on his quest to find the true meaning of Christmas.

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

If this does not bring back childhood memories, what will?

The Santa Clause

After playing the role of Kris Kringle so impeccably, Tim Allen should be crowned the King of Christmas.

Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

This movie will make you believe in Santa like never before. Much like It’s a Wonderful Life, this is a classic you won’t want to miss.

A Christmas Story

Ralphie’s one Christmas wish proves to be the ultimate challenge, but for us it brings laughter and holiday cheer.  

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation  

Watch as the holiday season brings out the crazy in Clark Griswold. There is nothing like a good laugh with family and friends, and this movie will guarantee just that.

Home Alone

If this movie wasn’t already on your watch list, better put it at the top!

Jack Frost 

This film proves that some Christmas movies can be a little strange. Especially, if the if they include a man coming back to life as a snowman… Say what? 

I’ll Be Home For Christmas

Teen heartthrob classic! With Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Jessica Biel, what more do you need?

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