Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Christmas Movies To Watch || Blogmas # 8



I'm sure after reading my 12 ways on how to become festive this Christmas, you'd want a head start on your Christmas movie marathon. Don't you worry! I got you on that! 



  • The Santa Clause
When Scott Calvin's 6 year old son got made fun of from believing in Santa, he finds out that his ex wife and her now husband has been telling his kid that Santa does not exist. On the night before Christmas, Scott and his son were sleeping when an unexpected visitor arrives at his roof. He saw that it was Santa but he startled him that Santa fell and disappear leaving only a suit with instructions to put it on incase something happened to him and his 8-reindeer sleigh. Scott does it and delivers presents to random places which led him to the North Pole. He was informed that he is now the new Santa but he finds it hard to believe until he did. Now, how was he gonna keep it a secret and not look insane especially around his disbelieving family?


  • Home Alone (1,2 & 3)
In all these movies, a family plans a trip outside the country but since the family is pretty huge, they tend to forget at least one of the family members. Which in this case, is a kid left alone at home or in another country. Watch as the kid avoids getting stalked, robbed or harmed with his incredible diy booby traps.


  • Elf
One of the classics since it shows that sharing the Christmas spirit with everybody is a way to make Christmas feel more alive and jolly. This is a movie about Buddy who was raised in the North Pole by elves. He then noticed that he was very different from everybody around him. He eventually finds out that he was adopted and his father is in Santa's naughty list but that didn't stop him from meeting his father. 


  • Love Actually
During Christmas, people tend to forget that this season is all about giving love to everybody who has and is a part of your life. This movie shows 8 different people dealing with different types of love during a month before Christmas. 


  • Miracle on 34th street
When somebody believes so strongly about something, does that make him insane? Watch as a nice old man who claims he was Santa Claus and a young girl believing in him. 


Hope that you enjoyed this list and do share some of your favorite Christmas movies to watch with family, friends or just by yourself.




Disclaimer: The movie posters are from google. 

6 comments:

  1. Now's definitely the time to watch (and re-watch) all the holiday movies!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

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    1. Yes it is! Probably one of my favorite things to do this Christmas season!

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  2. I can't wait to spend my Christmas Holiday watching all of these

    Lauren x | www.laurenapowers.blogspot.com

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    1. Same! These just puts a smile on my face.

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  3. Home Alone is probably my favourite XD I'll have to watch Elf and Santa Clause soon.. thanks for sharing this Joyce!

    ♥ Nana's Notebook

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    1. Home alone is me and my mom's favorite. You won't regret watching elf and the santa clause! They're very festive and worth remembering. Enjoy!

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