10 Favorite Christmas Movies: Let’s Share!

Leading up to Christmas, my wife and I always look forward to watching Christmas movies. I have seen a lot of them, from older classics to modern ones. But a few titles really stand out to me and demonstrate the rich value of this season and how good Family-Focused fiction can be.

Favorite Christmas movies

If I consider Christmas movies as pieces of art, here are my top picks and my reason behind each selection:

  1. It’s A Wonderful Life (Always my number one favorite because it reminds us that life is about the people we touch).
  2. Christmas in Connecticut (A humorous story. My wife first introduced me to this one and I love it!)
  3. A Christmas Carol (with Patrick Steward portraying Scrooge).
  4. Miracle on 34th Street (the 1947 version)
  5. Holiday Inn (I love old movies and this one is a worthy classic!)
  6. Home Alone (Can I just say LOL?)
  7. Christmas Shoes (A modern film that achieved a great feat: it is only the second film that brought me to tears).
  8. A Christmas Wish (This little-known film feels low-budget but has a unique story and humorous moments that carry it forward).
  9. The Original Christmas Classics (Rudolph, Frosty the Snowman, etc.)
  10. White Christmas (Another not-to-miss old classic).

Question: What are your favorite Christmas movies? Have you watched all the ones I listed?


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