Day 319 – 25 Favorite Christmas Movies

Everyone knows the holidays are about spending time with the people we love. That’s why we endure chaotic travel days, intrusive airport body scanners and petty familial rifts to be with the ones who matter most each December.

But at the same time, we realize the importance of Christmas, as it is synonymous with family. So as we gather together there’s nothing like watching Christmas movies during the holiday season to bring us many special family moments.

These movies represent Christmas in a memorable, magical, and somehow repeatedly watchable way. Most of us have seen them many times, yet we still watch – over, and over, and over. Is it the comfort in the familiar that appeals to us? Do they simply make us laugh? Remind us of the true meaning of the season? Or do they represent a longing for a time, a place (or a family!), that is somehow different from our own? Do we see ourselves in these films, or merely wish that we did?

Whatever the situation is for you, sit back, relax, and enjoy these clips of 25 favorite Christmas movies. Although, I myself, have not seen every film, I love the list and now have an incentive to see the films that are new to me. Maybe you will do the same.

Here is a list of the 25 favorite Christmas movies:

25. Love Actually


24. The Santa Clause


23. Gremlins


22. Bad Santa


21. Elf


20. Die Hard


19. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation


18.  Scrooged


17 . Joyeux Noel


16. Christmas in Connecticut


15. Home Alone


14. The Nightmare Before Christmas


13. The Muppet Christmas Carol


12. A Christmas Carol


11. A Charlie Brown Christmas


10. The Bishop’s Wife


9. Scrooge


8. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer


7. White Christmas


6. How The Grinch Stole Christmas


5. A Christmas Story


4. Holiday Inn


3. A Christmas Carol


2. Miracle on 34th Street


1. It’s a Wonderful Life

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