The Top 10 Christmas Movies of All Time

The Top 10 Christmas Movies of All Time

You and your kids would want to enjoy the Christmas season. In this case, it is essential to watch a list of Christmas movies that could bring them delight, fun and enjoyment. Enjoy a family movie with the kids and prepare a bowl of popcorn and candy canes, too. The holiday spirit will be incomplete without the movie experience that the whole family can enjoy.



#10 Elf (2003)

Elf is an interesting movie to watch for Christmas season because it is played by the comic actor, named Will Ferrell. He is a wide-eyed sweetheart who has been raised as an elf. He outgrows the North Pole and he is sent down to the city of New York just to live his own kind. The interesting thing about this movie is that it has its scenes that are in line with the Christmas season. As per its rating, it ended up with Rated PG.


#9 Frosty the Snowman (1969)

You may have known this novelty song that is often heard on televisions and radio stations. This is actually an animated television special that details every stanza from the button nose to the corn-cob pipe and the old silk hat. These all make the title character dance around to the pesky sunlight.


#8 A Christmas Story (1983)

Ralphie plays the main character of the movie who only wants a Red Ryder BB gun. However, he only receives a pink bunny suit, a tongue that sticks to a flagpole and a leg lamp. The basis of this sentimental brew is the short stories of Jean Shepherd.


#7 Miracle on 34th St (1947)

This is a classic movie that gets the attention of kids from one generation to another. The story starts with Macy who hires Kris Kringle as the St. Nick of the department store. His commitment to the job puts the kids on fear and sets off a firestorm that only ends up in a law court.


#6 The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

This Christmas movie is backed up by better casting including Bob Cratchit as Kermit, Tiny Tim as the nephew Robin. Apart from it, this is an intriguing movie because of Michael Cain as a straight-faced Scrooge.


#5 Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)

This Christmas movie is great as it starts with the villain from Mt. Crumpit who goes down to Whoville. He was there for some seasonal spoiling but he later on discovered that Christmas cheer will never ever be stolen. As per the narrator of the movie, it was none other than Spooky Thespian Boris Karloff.

This is an interesting TV special and a faithful rendition of the so-called rhyming classic. This will allow all people to sing “Da hoo doray”.


#4 Scrooge “A Christmas Carol” (1951)

This film is something that leaves enough joy, fun and merriment. This is simply because of the fact that this is the best ghost story for the holiday season. Alastair Sim played his role as Ebenezer Scrooge who is also the grouchy miser. He actually endured different visions of Christmases Future, Present and Past on 1 marathon night of soul searching.


#3 Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (1964)

The story emphasizes a young reindeer that is removed from the reindeer games due to his bright red nose. He also befriends an elf and a prospector with the elf who wants to be a dentist. They both came from an island of misfit toys. It was his mission, Rudolph, to help them. Now, it is your part to discover the movie more.


#2 A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

This is a divine TV special presented by Charles Schulz, a cartoonist. Sally, the sister of Charlie Brown, asks Santa for that hard cash. The holiness of the holiness was then celebrated by them all. It also set Vince Guaraldi to his jazz piano and the movie introduced the most pathetic Christmas tree.


#1 It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

This is a good movie because it stars Jimmy Stewart as George Bailey. He acted his role as a man who has a big heart and big ambitions. He had made his personal sacrifices that create a ripple effect of goodwill on earth. The movie gives out its great message to the kids who are watching at home.