Traditional Christmas Movies

Selection of some of the best Christmas Movies of all times to get in the mood of the festive season.

Christmas with the Kranks - American comedy film (2004)

With their daughter Blair not around for the holidays, Luther and Nora Krank (played by Jamie Lee Curtis and Tim Allen) decided to spend Christmas in an island cruise. For the first time, they have decided to skip Christmas in spite of how the entire neighborhood has objected. However, their plans turned 360 degrees when Blair gave a call to inform that she wil be spending Christmas at home together with her fiancée. The Kranks only had 12 hours before Christmas eve and it took a miracle for the couple and the entire neighborhood to cook up a truly wonderful Christmas celebration.

The Nightmare Before Christmas - 3D Animation (1993)

Halloween town is where the pumpkin king, Jack Skellington lives. Eventually, he grew tired of doing the same stuff every year until he finally stumbled into Christmas Town. How he loved the idea that he tried the idea of transforming his Halloween town into Christmas inspired. To do this, he called on the goblins, ghouls, resident bats and other creatures but sadly, getting things together seems to ne a difficult task after all.

Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - Animation (1998)

Rudolph was born special because of his red nose. Because of this, he is often bullied by others. However, all of these changed when Stormella closed her bridge making it impossible for Santa to cross and get to the other places. Eventually, there will be a series of events wherein Rudolf will be placed in the limelight.

The Polar Express - 3D Animation (2004)

The Polar Express is the story of a boy who doubts the idea of Christmas. On board a train en route to Santa Claus’ home in the North Pole. What turned out to be an ordinary train ride became a journey of self discovery wherein he learned that things happen to those who believe in the power of their imagination.

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