Best Christmas movies of all time

In the mood for a movie marathon? People’s Inc. got you covered! We’ve searched for the top holiday movies for you to enjoy with your friends and family. Here are the best Christmas movies of all time!

Home Alone

Home Alone Kevin washes up scene

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This 1990 family classic never gets old! Starring a young Macaulay Culkin as eight-year-old Kevin, this family comedy film is as funny as it is heartwarming. Watch the hilarious antics of bungling burglars, Harry and Marv (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern), and the smart ways that the young Kevin defends his home! Feel the warmth of family love in this runaway hit!

The Night Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington holding snowflake

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Dark and haunting, this 1993 stop-motion animated musical inspired by a poem written by Tim Burton enjoys a cult following and rightly so! Its main protagonist is the King of Halloween Town, Jack Skellington. He desires to bring all the jolly cheer of the holidays to a dark and, sometimes, downright scary Halloween town. This tale continues to be one of the go-to films for the holidays and tops our list as well!

The Grinch

The Grinch (2018) holding coffee mug

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Based on Dr Seuss’ The Grinch, this Jim Carrey starred movie was a huge success in 2018, grossing over USD 511 million worldwide. It became the highest-grossing holiday film OF ALL TIME! With a power cast featuring Rashida Jones, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kenan Thompson, and Angela Lansbury, follow the story of Grinch as he and his dog, Max, endeavour to destroy Christmas by stealing all the town’s decorations and gifts. Hilarious chaos ensues!

Elf

Will Ferrell Buddy the Elf sitting on school desks with other elves

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This Christmas comedy flick continues to be a holiday favourite since its release in 2003. It even features comedy king, Will Ferrell! It follows Buddy, a human adopted by Santa’s elves, who heads off to the Big Apple in his desire to find his biological father. A winner among critics and audiences alike, Elf deserves a rightful place in our list of the best Christmas movies of all time!

Miracle on 34th street

Miracle on 34th street Susan Walker seeing Santa Claus

Photo credit: Metro

This film is the very definition of classic. Released in 1947 it follows a department store Santa Claus who may or may not be the real Santa. An Academy Award winner, this film stars all the Holywood stars back in the day! Take a stroll through memory lane in this true classic. The movie later had its first theatrical remake in 1994 starring Maltida’s star Mara Wilson, Richard Attenborough and Elizabeth Perkins.

Love Actually

Love Actually Natalie, Prime Minister and Octopus boy car scene

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Enjoy all the feels from this holiday romantic comedy! Fall in love with each of the characters as they go about their journey in life and love. From gathering enough courage to profess one’s affections after years of concealment to finding love in the most mysterious places! Love Actually will make you believe in the power of this beautiful four-letter-word.

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