Who cares what the economy is doing in the following couple of months or maybe years. Everyone needs to enjoy Christmas and take five and celebrate our Lord coming into the planet. Occasionally folk don't need presents all they would like to do is spend a little time with you. Christmas is an ideal time to pull up beside the fire and breathe in a classic film.
Black and white favs are critical at this time of year, together with the more modern classics. This is only a short illustration of some of the finest Christmas films of all time. Right, so here’s what should be on your top 5 list any Christmas.
A Christmas Story (1983)
All Ralphie wants in the whole world is a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas. This 1940s family is hilarious. You’ll love Ralphie’s irritable father, his whiny bro, and his all-American mummy.
What could be more fun for a young child to look at than a six foot tall elf? Between Will Farrell’s great performance and the wacky concept of an Elf on the loose in NY City, this is destined to become a Christmas classic.
It is a Wonderful Life (1946)
No list of “Must See Holiday Movies” would be acceptable without this James Stewart and Donna Reed classic. Share this unending story with your kids.
The Santa Clause (1994)
Each kids dream is to go to the North Pole, but how many youngsters can say that Santa is their Dad? Watch a unwilling Tim Allen become Santa.
The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
Great Gonzo as Charles Dickens? How can you go wrong? This lighthearted, humorous version is an ideal introduction to the classic Charles Dickens tale.
If you don't feel just like spreading a bit of Christmas cheer after this lot, you do not have a heart beat.
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