5 All-Time Favorite Christmas Movies

Christmas is just around the corner. If you haven't gotten bit by the Holidays bug yet, maybe it’s time for a Christmas movie marathon to remind you of the holiday cheer. Here are five all-time favorites. Which is your favorite?

Planning to have a movie marathon this Holiday break? We picked out five classic holiday movies that you’ll enjoy with your popcorn and Lay’s. See if your favorites made it to the list. 

Home Alone

This film goes way back to most people's childhood. It was a favorite back then and is still a current favorite. Watching a kid, who is home alone, outwit and outplay a pair of thieves. We all probably dream of having Kevin McCallister’s brains and well, get the house to ourselves while the whole family is out. #walangistorbo

Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas

This is the movie rendition of the heartwarming children’s tale of the same title about finding good in the bad. It is set in a place called Whoville, where festive and Christmas-loving people reside. But a grumpy Grinch who loathes Christmas lives among them and he is planning to steal and destroy Christmas. Later on, The Grinch encounters Cindy Lou Who, a young girl who tries to befriend him and show him the meaning of Christmas. 


Another all-time favorite Christmas movie is Elf. Released in 2003, Elf is about Buddy, an orphaned baby who grew up amongst elves. His adventure began when he braves New York to find his true identity. 

A Christmas Carol

This is a modern animated rendition of the Charles Dickens’ classic novel set in the Victorian Era. It tells the story of grumpy old Miser Ebenezer Scrooge and his journey toward discovering what Christmas is really for. 

Miracle on 34th Street

This movie will take you back to the time when you still believe that dreams come true. Miracle on 34th street is about a little girl named Susan who doesn’t expect much from Santa Claus because of her mother’s tales. That is not until she meets a Santa at the department store who claims that he is the real deal. This dramatic and heartwarming film will make you believe again.