Christmas is the world’s most popular holiday season. With the weather too all over the world, it’s pretty interesting to have cool indoor past times with friends and family.Movies are one of the ways you can spend the time in a fun way.
The movie industry takes this season into consideration and that’s why overtime, there have been movies we just can’t forget made our holiday.
From the 80s to the 90’s and the 2000s, there are cool movies you should see. I bet there are some we cannot get tired of seeing over and over again.
5. Look Who’s Talking Now
This is a follow up to the Look Who’s Talking sequels. The first movie was released on 13 October, 1989.
Look Who’s Talking Now was released in 1993, making it the 3rd and final installment in the film series.
Have you ever wondered what goes on in the head of babies when they do the things they do? How about animals? Thus one catchy feature of this movie is having a sneak peak into the supposed minds of babies and animals.
Staring in the movie were John Travolta who played the role of James, Kirstie Alley as Mollie Ubriacco, Rocks the mutt voiced by Danny DeVito and Daphne the poodle voiced by Diane Keaton.
Maintaining the Romantic genre of the 2 previous movies, the story still revolved around the family of James and Mollie. The couple give their best for the good of their expanding family as they battle with James’ Job and the domestic expectation of the parents.
Meanwhile the comic quality is heightened by the introduction of two dogs into the family. The mismatched pair spend quite a generous time trading insults the humans can’t hear.
4. The Holiday
The Holiday is a 2006 Romantic comedy. What can we say? It’s an incredible season of love. The movie stars Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law and Jack Black.
Two women from different parts of the world experience harsh breakups during the Christmas season. Both meet online and exchange homes just for the holiday and somehow they find answers to their search for love.
3. Polar Express
For a change this Animated Christmas movie was a hit in 2004. Tom Hanks and Robert Zemeckis, the director of Forrest Gump and Cast Away, teamed up to produce the blockbuster.
The movie was an adaptation of a children’s book by Chris Van Allsburg. Hence a perfect choice for children at Christmas.
A boy who doubted Christmas has a mysterious encounter, making a train ride to the North Pole. While at it he finds himself and understands that there’s always hope for the one who believes.
The movie is a great recommendation for troubled children who battle with some sorts of challenges.
2. The Elf
2003 Elf movie was the typical comic and festive family movie. The major Character, Buddy, the human-elf, was played by William Ferrell alongside James Caan who played the role of Buddy’s biological father.
The story starts when Santa Clause accidentally gets his own gift, a baby, and decides to raise him as an elf in the North Pole. Growing into an adult and feeling misplaced he discovers the truth and surgeons back to find his origin.
In New York he finds his dad and they kick off on a rough path that eventually became worth the while.
1. Home Alone
Home Alone is a 1990 blockbuster and an all time favorite for many people around the world. The movie starred child actor, vocalist and musician, Macaulay Culkin who automatically became famous for his role in the Home Alone sequels as Kevin McCallister.
The McCalister family jet off on a vacation without the bratty and troublesome 8-year-old Kevin. While serving a time out punishment the night before, Kevin wakes up to an empty house as the large family mistakenly counts a stranger while taking head counts before their departure.
Surprisingly Kevin considered the oversight as a huge advantage to leave alone. While at it he learns how to protect his home and family properties as two hoodlums severally attempt to rob the house.