Christmas movies make us laugh, cry, believe in Santa Claus, and wonder what miracles will happen this year as we listen for bells to ring and lay awake hoping to hear some pawing and prancing. Here are some wonderful suggestions for Christmas movies on Associated Content. Look for the movies on television and in the Christmas section of your DVDs in whatever retail store you like or online.
Susan Ott starts out the best of AC with a top ten of family Christmas movies that everyone can enjoy. All of her selections are family friendly and appropriate for kids of many ages.
Ranee Wright lists her favorites for kids and adults together in this classic list of movies from 1946 until now. She covers the entire range of human existence with laughter and tears and happiness in her selections.
Theresa Leschmann has her take on some classic viewing for Christmas with these ten goodies you shouldn’t pass up. Definitely pass the popcorn for this marathon of good movies to watch this December.
Romantic comedies are a Christmas staple for the holiday season. Plane Williams has a list of favorites to fall in love with all over again when you watch them on television and DVD this winter.
Lesser known Christmas movies are always hidden gems waiting to be discovered. Cuddle up on the couch with some hot cocoa and be entranced by Angela Harris’ introduction to some not so well known titles.
Sabrina Ricci has a top ten of her favorites that include everything from classics to kids. You can’t go wrong with any of these choices.
More Christmas movies for kids can be found with Victoria Holmes and her article on the ten best. Classic hits and modern delights surely will all be on television this fall for children to enjoy.
Sophie Walton compiles a list of thirty titles with which you can start a DVD collection of Christmas titles. Many of these titles are only available seasonally so the time to purchase them is in November and December unless you get them from sources like Amazon.
Shannon Jacobyansky compiled this list of family favorites with the help of her kids. Some of these titles are both classics and little known anymore but are still very good Christmas movie titles.
Finally we come to Lee Andrew Henderson’s list of best Christmas movies for guys. These are not typical happy go lucky Christmas miracle of the tree stories but still have Christmas playing a major role in them. Keep the kids away from these movies but adults would get a kick out of some titles that they’ve probably seen before.