As the fall season has come to a close, the anticipated winter break we all desire is only a few days away. It is the perfect month to spend more time indoors, especially if you’re from the northern hemisphere. It is the season to read the books from your list, watch all the cozy movies, play video games or get more knowledge of online gambling by reading roulette wheel strategy.
In this article, you will find some of the most comforting movies to get you into the holiday spirit. Get comfortable on the couch, turn on the fireplace, and enjoy your hot cocoa while watching these fantastic holiday movies
Buddy, a human adopted by Santa, lived among the elves at the North Pole as an honorary elf. After realizing he is human, Buddy decides to travel to New York City to reunite with his biological father and gain his affection. Buddy discovers the pleasures of living in New York and the human experience while encountering mishaps in the Big Apple. Starring Will Ferrel and Zooey Deschanel, this movie is filled with Christmas cheer, delicious treats, and holiday cheer.
“The Muppet Christmas Carol” (1992)
The Muppets is a famous pop culture franchise that’s still popular because of its movies and television shows. They’re funny and entertaining and have a long history. One of their most underrated films is a retelling of Charles Dickens’s Christmas Carol, considered one of the best adaptations of the book. The movie, The Muppet Christmas Carol follows Ebenezer Scrooge as his worldview is altered by the appearance of several ghosts on Christmas Eve. Michael Caine’s Scrooge is one of the most outstanding performances of all time committed to film. This is even more remarkable when you consider he’s performing alongside puppets. The movie is also highly faithful to the source material. The original songs for the movie are catchy and memorable. Additionally, The Muppet Christmas Carol is a very sentimental and wholesome film: if the ending doesn’t cause you to shed a tear or two, you may very well be a Scrooge yourself.
“Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” (2001)
The first movie in the Harry Potter series, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” is characterized by winter-like elements. After learning he’s a wizard, Harry travels to Hogwarts, where he meets Ron and Hermione. At Hogwarts, Harry, Ron, and Hermione participated in numerous adventures, including learning magic, along the way. This movie is set in cozy rooms with fireplaces and libraries. It also features snowy landscapes, and this movie will take you to a place of friendship, magic, and adventure.
‘White Christmas’ (1954)
White Christmas may be most famous for its song, but it’s a great holiday movie overall, thanks to some classic Hollywood magic. The film follows Bob (Bing Crosby) and Phil (Danny Kaye), two aspiring singers and dancers who became successful after the war and later became romantically involved with a sister act (Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen). “White Christmas” is the most well-known song from the movie, but there are other memorable musical numbers, and seeing Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye perform, and dance is a sight to behold. Their interaction with Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen is also noteworthy. This enhances the charm of a movie with a lot of joy. A Christmas Carol will have you smiling during the holidays, whether it’s your first or hundredth time watching.
“How the Grinch Stole Christmas!” (2000)
A grumpy hermit who plots to steal Christmas from the residents of Whoville, this beloved Dr. Seuss book turned Christmas classic is a Christmas staple—and a must-watch for those who are not feeling the holiday spirit this year.
“The Holiday” (2006)
Arguably the best holiday rom-com of all time, Holiday is everything you’d expect from a Christmas movie. Star power? Check – Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law, and Jack Black stars. A quaint Christmas cottage set in idyllic Surrey, England? In fact. A group of sane and pure crazy characters? Absolutely. What’s more, this feel-good movie focuses on not one but two love stories, both of which begin when a strange couple decides to spend Christmas vacation together to escape their relationship problems.
“When Harry Met Sally” (1989)
This classic movie from the late 80s explores the endless question of whether women and men can be platonic friends through the eyes of its protagonists: Billy Crystal’s Harry and Sally or Meg Ryan. It took them 12 years and three months to find out, but watching them figure it out was fun.
Sloan (Emma Roberts) and Jackson (Luke Bracey) agree on mutually beneficial holiday dates and come up with the perfect Christmas trick — or so they think. Sure, hanging out with Jackson means Sloan can avoid any nosy relatives, and Jackson can avoid serious attachments – but can he really?
“Four Christmases” (2008)
Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn star in Seth Gordon’s comedy as a recalcitrant unmarried couple who take an exotic holiday every Christmas to avoid spending time with their families. A year later, their family learns their flight has been canceled and is forced to visit their four divorced parents for Christmas – which in turn, leads them to reveal their identities to each other and confront questions about their relationship. It’s a cynical holiday romantic comedy, but will still bring you joy and cheer.