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Top 5 all time Christmas classics

by Amanda Nguyen, Staff writer

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The holiday season is here, which means it’s time to gather around the fire place with your family and friends with an all time Christmas classic. Whether you’re looking for a classic film, a romantic comedy or a family movie, here’s a Christmas go to list of movies you won’t wanna miss this holiday season.

Home Alone
After Kevin McAllister’s family forgets him at home by accident while they go on Christmas vacation, the eight year old comes up with a hilarious and savvy plan to prevent two burglars from robbing his home. This all time favorite film will have you laughing the whole time and it makes a great family movie. Make sure you have your snacks ready because you won’t wanna get up!

Elf
This tale of a man raised as an elf making his way in New York City is an unforgettable Christmas comedy. Will Ferrell doesn’t fail to make you laugh throughout the whole movie. It’s a perfect opportunity to gather your best pals and have a good laugh together!

It’s a Wonderful Life
If you wanna go traditional, It’s a Wonderful Life is the one to choose. This 1946 film is known to be one of the best Christmas classics of all time starring James Stewart and Donna Reed. The story is told of an angel sent from Heaven to help a businessman by showing him what life would have been like if he never existed. This classic will always remind you how important it is to remind your loved ones how much they mean to you, especially during the holidays.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas
No Christmas movie list would be complete without this Dr. Seuss classic. Whether you like the 1966 cartoon or the live action 2000 film, or both, you can’t go wrong. The film’s unforgettable soundtrack featuring songs like ‘You’re a mean one, Mr. Grinch’ and the storyline allows us to remember the true meaning of Christmas.

The Santa Clause trilogy
In this film starring Tim Allen, a divorced businessman accidentally kills Santa Clause on Christmas Eve and finds himself magically obligated to take his place the following year. If you’re looking for a movie to watch with your family and younger siblings, this is just the one for you! Not only does it tell a great story, but it keeps you laughing and serves as a reminder to believe in something greater than yourself.

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