The happiness that we get by spending some quality time with our family and friends is incomparable. And when it’s Christmas, this joy doubles up as everyone is in a holiday mood. The winter, the snow, the aroma of cakes, yard decorations, the mistletoe on doors and happy faces around adds to cheer and wonder.
While there are a lot of things that you can do on Christmas evening, one fun way to get in the festive spirit is by inviting your friends over at your house or gathering your family members together to watch Christmas movies.
Here’s a look at top five holiday movies that you can watch on Christmas Eve:
1. Miracle on 34th Street
The spirit of holidays and the spirit of humanism prevails! Could there be a better message than this? This 1947 box office hit, written and directed by George Seaton is a story of an old man who claims to be a Santa and is perceived as an insane. What happens next? Does the man who calls himself a Santa is for real? Find out.
2. The Muppet Christmas Carol
Human emotions have so much of spectrum and this movie, which is an adaptation of Charles Dickens’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ and directed by Brian Henson is truly a time-honored classic. The music by Paul Williams is a sheer magic. Watch it and this movie is sure to remain in your heart forever.
3. Home Alone
Who does not remember this all time Christmas classic? Over the years, this movie has still not lost its charm and can be watched over and over again.
Kevin’s Christmas wish, watching gangster films and his encounters with real-life ruffians entertains us every moment. Watch this iconic movie along with your kids and relive your childhood days.
4. In Bruges
This crime-comedy film directed by Martin McDonagh is famous for witty dialogues and deft performances by Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson. Hitmen Ray and Ken are asked to cool off for a while before they get orders from their boss. But by then their lives had changed considerably. How do they deal with it? If you are a big fan of thrill, then this movie will make a worth watch.
5. Tokyo Godfathers
Written and directed by Satoshi Kon, Tokyo Godfathers is an animated movie of 3 homeless people, who discover a baby girl in the garbage dump on Christmas Day. They get together and set out to find about the whereabouts of her parents and on the way come across some unusual events which changes their lives completely. How do they prepare themselves to face their future? Watch the movie to find out.
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