Top 5 Christmas Movies You Cannot Live Without
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While growing up with elves as a human, Buddy the elf, played by Will Ferrell, believes that he does not belong. After learning of his father’s presence in New York, Buddy travels from the North Pole and begins a hilarious adventure while navigating through the big city. Building a connection with his family and a sassy retail worker, Buddy begins to learn that home is where you make it, all while spreading Christmas cheer loud enough for all to hear!
The Polar Express
The Polar Express came out in 2004. The musical has become a favorite for many. The movie follows Chris a boy who doesn’t believe in Santa until a trail picks him up on Christmas Eve and takes him to the north pole. Along the way, he makes friends with some others who don’t believe as well.
This popular Christmas comedy makes everyone laugh! Home alone 1990 is about this 8-year-old boy who gets left home from his family trip to Paris; and while he is home alone these two con-men decide to try to rob his house.
A Christmas Story
The 1983 classic movie A Christmas Story takes place in the town of Hohman, Indiana. The main character, Ralphie (Peter Billingsley) has one goal: to get an “official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot range model air rifle.” for Christmas. The movie follows him trying to get the toy.
The Christmas classics: Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer
Who doesn’t know the classics? “The Christmas Classics” is a 2 disc series of 4 movies; Rudolph the Rednosed Reindeer (1964), Santa Claus Is Coming To Town (1970), The Little Drummer Boy (1968), and Frosty The Snowman (1969). Each of these movies also has a very popular song with goes along with it and everyone has to see these!