Holiday spirit everywhere; Christmas trees, Christmas lights, shopping, presents, gift wrapping, holiday music, snow (if you are lucky enough), Christmas joyful music everywhere you go. What else can make your mood more festive and enjoyable? What about watching Christmas/New Year Movies every night till New Year with your loved ones? 15 days left till 2017, we picked 15 movies that will bring more bliss to your house every day.
Deck The Halls (2006)
Great family movie. It Is about how two neighbors start a “war” after one of them decorates his house so brightly wishing that it can be seen from space. The neighborhood is turned upside down when neighbors start competing over decorations. This is definitely a must watch movie during Holidays, laughs guaranteed.
Home Alone (1990-2012)
The fun part of watching holiday movies is watching them all over again. Home Alone series is one of the movies that most of us know by heart. It always brings memories of sweet 90s and early 2000s.
The Holiday (2006)
One of the most romantic holiday movies. Two women who are unhappy with their current personal life, one of them finds out that her husband is unfaithful, the other one is in love with a man who is about to marry to another woman. Two women who live 6000 miles apart, never met before do home exchange through a website and impulsively switch homes for the holiday. What happens in their new homes you will find out when you watch this beautiful comedy/drama.
The Family Man (2000)
Starring Nicholas Cage, this should be enough right? A very interesting movie, imagine one day you wake up in bed and live a different life…
Golden Christmas (2009)
A wonderful movie with the cutest dogs. It is all about how your most trustworthy friend can change a woman’s life by helping her reunite with a friend she hasn’t since childhood.
Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation (2009)
A great family movie again about dogs, how trustworthy they can be. A very heartwarming holiday movie that we recommend you to watch.
Four Christmases (2008)
A couple visiting all four of their divorced parents on Christmas. Watch their adventures and how they get to know each other better during their adventurous trip.
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Very Impressive old movie, this is must watch classic drama/fantasy about an old man man who claims to be Santa Claus. He gets institutionalized as insane and how a young lawyer defends him by arguing in court that he is the real Santa…
Imagine you are raised in North Pole among Santa’s Elves, from being toddler to adulthood and you travel to New York… This reminds you of Madagascar, doesn’t it? This is a great fantasy movie starring talented Will Ferrell.
I’ll Be Home for Christmas (1998)
Another family comedy from late 90s about a college student who is going home for Christmas and the difficulties he faces during which he learns a lot about himself and the true meaning of the holiday season.
Christmas Town (2008)
A nice Christmas fantasy movie about a woman who discovers the spirit of Christmas while visiting her father in a town that is decked out for the holidays and has unusual spirit of holidays.
Surviving Christmas (2004)
I love this movie… Ben Affleck is very funny in his role; obnoxious millionaire who pays a family that lives in his childhood home to be his family for Christmas and New Year. Watch this movie to find out how he drives this family crazy with his holiday cheer.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1998)
Well, directed by Tim Burton, I bet if even you haven’t watched this musical/animation you still can imagine what Tim Burton can do… This is a stop-motion dark fantasy animation where Jack Skellington who is the king of Halloween Town, discovers Christmas Town, but he doesn’t understand the concept of that in the beginning.
Love Actually (2003)
A movie full of amazing and talented actors and actresses such as Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Martine McCutcheon, Bill Nighy and of course Rowan Atkinson. This is a WOW team in one movie and the result is absolutely predicted; a wonderful holiday themed comedy/drama telling love stories about many people.
Office Christmas Party (2016)
The last movie we included in our list is new and is on theatres now. Seems very nice Christmas comedy with an epic scenario to watch with family/friends even coworkers.
I am not going to disclose more about this movie, instead I am going to wait for your comments about your impression of the movie.
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