Yay! Christmas is such a great way for families to bond, receive and give gifts, gifts, and more gifts. Binge on superbly delicious food, share a bottle of wine and vodka (oooppps!), and of course, movie marathon of some classic must-watch Christmas movies. After all, there’s nothing like some good old classics that you can enjoy with your bros and sis. So, here are Friday’s recommendations. Enjoy!
Love Actually (2003)
With a stellar cast, this movie started the craze of combining different stories into one spectacular movie. However, nothing is as amazing as providing that experience of coming together as Love Actually.
It’s perfect for the season ‘cause the movie is actually set during Christmas time. Yay! Everybody loves this movie.
Will Ferrell is simply adorable in this movie. This one’s the perfect PG film for the season as parents, teens and kiddos can enjoy the humor and heart found in this movie. As the movie’s tagline says, “This holiday, discover your inner elf.” Awww.
Home Alone (1999)
This one’s a real classic. After all, Macaulay Culkin still looked adorable in this movie. But aside from that, I think it’s every kid’s dream to get away with being home alone the way Kevin McCallister did in this movie. This family comedy makes everyone feel pretty warmhearted.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
I remember watching this in the theatre and how I got so freaked out with Jim Carrey’s portrayal of the Grinch. However, I am now more freaked out with what Taylor Momsen has done to her image. LOL. Putting that aside, this remake of a classic cartoon written by Dr. Seuss showed me just how much I loved Christmas.
Mixed Nuts (1994)
Though not particularly popular as the other films in the list, Mixed Nuts is an amazing story that’s both comedy and drama—very much like what the Christmas season’s really all about. So, to wrap up this list, I introduce to you this charismatic movie written and directed by Nora Ephron (When Harry Met Sally, Sleepless in Seattle, Julie & Julia). Enjoy! Featured Image Source: familychristmasonline.com