Blogmas 2016 Day 3 – Top 10 Favorite Christmas Movies

by Molnár-Papp Orsolya Anna

It’s Saturday night so it’s time for Blogmas 2016 Day 3 – Top 10 Favorite Christmas Movies! These are my favorites, but can’t wait to see yours, so don’t forget to share them in the comment section!

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Christmas movies is crucial for me to get in Christmas mood. I watch these movies years after years, some of them newer, but some of them older. These are family and kid friendly movies, so perfect for a family night!

Top 10 Favorite Christmas Movies

1. While You Were Sleeping (1995)

While You Were Sleeping is absolutely my favorite Christmas movie since I was a kid. I remember watching it with my parents and unlike other childhood favorites, this one persisted to be a favorite. It’s a helplessly romantic, funny and without question adorable movie! Just as I think about it, I can’t stop smiling! There is no Christmas without this movie for me! If you never seen it, it’s a must!

2. Arthur Christmas (2011)

Arthur Christmas is a bit different from the usual Christmas animation movies. It’s definitely more modern, also the main character, Arthur isn’t our usual hero. He’s clumsy and naïve but absolutely so full of heart, there’s no way you don’t adore him. It’s truly a heart-warming story!

3. The Grinch (2000) & 4. Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)

I don’t think I need much explanation about these two. The Grinch is a classic, well written by Dr. Seuss and once again, there is no Christmas for me without these two. Plus I just adore the Grinch and it’s grumpiness.

5. Rise of the Guardians (2012)

However the title say the rise of the guardians (and it is), the main story is about Jack Frost, how and why he is a guardian. I definitely love this animation. But I have to confess you guys that I’m always near to crying when Jack finally remembers how he became what he is. It’s just heart shattering. Beside that part, it’s a great family movie and perfect for Christmas.

6. Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year (2002)

I love Winnie the Pooh for as long as I remember. I have the original book and it’s just something I grow up. There was time of my life when I came home from school and it was the only thing I was able to watch, it was the only thing that helped to ease the stress. So when A Very Merry Pooh Year came out, it brought back childhood memories, happiness and sense of safety. I hope it makes sence. Anyway Winnie the Pooh is always a good choice for me and always makes me smile.

7. Love Actually (2003)

To be honest, this movie made my head spin the first time I saw it. It tells us no less than 10 individual’s story! All stories are connected to each other and all in all tells us the story of 8 couples. However not every element of the movie is happy, it’s a pleasant Christmas movie.

8. Jack Frost (1998)

Now the beginning of this movie is not quite happy. Jack dies at the very early part of the movie and his son become depressed, but that when magic comes in. Snowman are magical, aren’t they? It this movie, they certainly are. However it’s not the lightest Christmas movie, it’s quite nice!

9. The Santa Clause (1994)

Once again, this movie is such a classic! I love its irony how all the unbelievable and magical events happens to the non believers. I also enjoyed how Scott (the main character) transforms into Santa! Aaand probably this is where my snow globe obsession came from. I love the details of the North Pole, how the elves are adults, I also love the hot chocolate! All in all I wouldn’t change a thing about this movie.

10. Frozen (2013)

I’m not (or just a little) ashamed for Frozen is on my Top 10. I was pleasantly surprised when I first saw it. It wasn’t the usual Disney story with falling in love, marrying and the happily ever after. However I had to note that Elsa’s and Anna’s parents had really poor comprehension when it came to dealing with Elsa… Anyway I’d appreciated if there were less singing, but I liked it nonetheless. If you aks me, Olaf is the true star of the movie…It’s definitely on my must-see-on-Christmas list!

Now that I shared them with you I’m gonna spend my new few hours and my Sunday to watch these!

Please share your favorite in the comment section below, also tell me what you think of my top 10!


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