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40 Best Christmas Movies Of All Time

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Christmas is just right around the corner, and most of us are already feeling the holiday vibe! There are so many things to do this season, and people have different ideas on how they want to spend it.

While many are already busy decorating their homes and buying presents for their loved ones, some are taking this time to enjoy the festivities in the most relaxed way possible, like watching a Christmas flick. So if you’re looking for films to watch this holiday season, here’s a list of best Christmas movies of all time.

1. A Christmas Story

2. How the Grinch Stole Christmas

3. Miracle on 34th Street

4. The Nightmare Before Christmas

5. It’s a Wonderful Life

6. White Christmas

7. Home Alone

8. Meet Me in St. Louis

9. Elf

10. The Family Stone

11. Black Nativity

12. The Charlie Brown Christmas Special

13. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

14. Love Actually

15. Die Hard

You might notice that some of these movies are mostly known to be action, romance, or comedy films, but they were added on the list because the events on the flick took place during the Christmas season.

16. Nothing Like the Holidays

17. Arthur Christmas

18. Trading Places

19. The Preacher’s Wife

20. The Muppet Christmas Carol

21. The Polar Express

22. The Holiday

23. Christmas in Connecticut

24. Planes, Trains and Automobiles

25. The Shop Around the Corner

26. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

27. Babes in Toyland

28. Four Christmases

29. The Merry Gentleman

30. The Best Man Holiday

31. Edward Scissorhands

32. Almost Christmas

33. Happy Christmas

34. The Santa Clause

35. Bad Santa

36. Scrooged

37. A Bad Moms Christmas

38. Jingle All the Way

39. A Christmas Prince

40. Jack Frost

Christmas is when we make so many memories with our loved ones. When we think of this very special holiday, we always remember the good times that happened like putting the tree up, buying Christmas presents, looking for a festive outfit, and revisiting our favorite Christmas movies.

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