Christmas, the most celebrated festival of the year; a highlight of the entire winter for Christians all around the world. An annual commemoration of the birth of the founder of Christianity, Jesus Christ, on the 25th of December every year, people celebrate Christmas with many customs that include exchanging gifts, decorating Christmas trees, attending the church, sharing meals with the near and dear ones, and most of all, waiting for Santa Claus to arrive.
Movies have been a big part of human entertainment for centuries, and so has these movies made their mark in the Christmas holidays. Families, tackling hibernate in their homes, end up with some kind of entertaining activities amongst their kith and kiln. And among these numerous entertaining activities, movies are highly popular. Families prefer to cuddle together stay under the blankets and enjoy some entertaining movies. Families, in Christmas, do not consider all types of movies. What makes a great moment amongst the family because of a movie, is the selection of the right movie. And, right movie here doesn’t refer to a movie with high IMDB rating, it means a good movie with the perfect recipe of drama, comedy and motivation. When you choose a good movie to watch with your family, the right selection is surely to provide you with a an unforgettable time of your life that will, forever, persist to stay behind your eye-lids.
Here’s a list of top 10 best Christmas movies to watch with your family and not miss a chance of togetherness, love and happiness.
10.Mr. Popper’s Penguins
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A complete family comedy, still not a kid-comedy, successful real-estate developer Tom Popper experiences a changed life after an unexpected inheritance from his late father-a Penguin. When Popper is just about to give the Penguin back to the Central Park Zoo, other 5 Penguins arrive. His son feels that they were his birthday gift. It has well-wrapped the sentimental change from “all work, no family” to “less work, more play” in Mr.Popper. It is a very enjoyable movie to watch with your family and will definitely bring out a smile you can not hide. The story, basically about a man falling in love with a group of penguins has covered immense aspects of a family, and the relationship between a father and his children.
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Comedy Legend Steve Martin plays the main role in the movie as the events are focused on a crazy Christmas night. Philip is responsible for a telephone hotline to counsel depressed and desperate people. A good holiday comedy Mixed Nuts will make you laugh out loud at times, especially with the occasional appearance of Julliete Lewis. A crisis hotline, staffed by three counselor who are all lovelorn, face eviction. This non-profit telephone hotline needs a miracle. The story goes on with the three counselers’ path cross that of Gracie and Felix, an often-fighting couple. This is a good piece of family comedy drama, and is likely to prove out as a good one-time family entertainment in the Christmas holidays, which literally begins from Thanksgiving.
8.Harry and the Hendersons
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This is a fun family fantasy, which covers the events where a family returning from a hunting trip hit an animal on the road, which then turns out to be a friendly creature. This bigfoot wouldn’t be allowed to freely live in the outside world by various authorities and especially a person who has an aim to catch a bigfoot someday. This movie, enshrouded with ludicrousness, tries to show the efforts of the Henderson family to keep the public from knowing about the friendly beast. This movie delivers some strong senses and powerful messages in between adventures and comedy. Despite relating to many hunting actions, no-one sheds blood or gets shot, therefore, there wouldn’t be any obstacles to watch this with small kids and enjoy an hour and a half of the Christmas with your beloved family and strengthen relations.