It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Movies during the snow, were gathering together, with the warm of your heart. Here are Christmas movie recommendations for your holiday.
Decking the halls and other traditions are all colossal failures for the Griswold family — riotous because it hits close to home.
It may star Will Ferrell as a dim-witted elf, but the movie’s payoff is old-fashioned, familiar, and welcome.
Boris Karloff’s dulcet baritone lends sinister charm to everyone’s favorite Who hater in this short, sweet Christmas special.
A game changer for the Christmas-movie category: it has action, like a zip line to the neighbors’ house.
This sixties stop-motion-animation movie is impossibly cute, right down to Sam the Snowman.
Charlie Brown sets out to find the true meaning of Christmas in this animated anti-commercialism classic.
Whether or not you have your own guardian angel hovering, the lesson here is that it’s not money that makes you rich.
Uplifting without being cloying. It’s no wonder that this movie is a much-beloved holiday chestnut.
This comedy satisfies two sets of audiences: kids (Ralphie gets his BB gun) and parents (it does exactly what they warned him it would).
Tim Allen deconstructs Saint Nick — and reconstructs his waistline — as a hapless Santa in training.
This holiday staple features one of the most memorably catchy Christmassy theme songs ever.
George C. Scott plays Scrooge in this classic made-for-TV version of the Charles Dickens holiday tale.
The follow-up to Holiday Inn is once again full of Irving Berlin tunes, with Bing Crosby providing the vocals. What’s not to love?
It’s rather hard to say who’s the real star of this funny live-action version: is it Jim Carrey or Dr. Seuss?
Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire celebrate a year’s worth of holidays, against a steady flow of Irving Berlin tunes.
The Muppet adaptation of the classic story is fun, sweet, and definitely appropriate for the whole family.
The Bill Murray renaissance began with his turn as ultimate crank Frank Cross. A Solid Gold Dancers cameo helps get the lesson across.
A war hero has Christmas dinner with the Martha Stewart-esque Barbara Stanwyck (who actually can’t cook) in this holiday farce.
Tim Burton and Henry Selickâs enchanting tale has all the familiar, er, bones of a holiday classic — love, redemption, and Santa.
Full of expletives and sexual innuendos, Bad Santa upends the feel-good tradition of holiday movies — and it was about time.
I hope you enjoyed all of my holiday movie recommendations provided by amc.com