Grab The Popcorn For These Classic Holiday Cinemas

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December is here, which means it’s time to break out the popcorn and watch your favorite holiday movies. Over the years, there have been so many wonderful holiday movies brought into existence. They’re all so good, it’s hard to pick which ones to watch! We’ve gathered our absolute favorite holiday movies to share with you today. Grab your family and friends, some popcorn, and get ready to be dazzled by these classic masterpieces.

Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer

Rudolph’s story is a timeless one. This film came out in 1964 but its message is still important today. Rudolph’s bright red nose starts out as a source of pain when his classmates make fun of him for it. But in the end, it’s what makes him the hero of the story when Santa needs a light to guide his sleigh. This is one we never get tired of watching.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

This adorable film follows Charlie Brown and his friends as he attempts to find the true meaning of Christmas. A Charlie Brown Christmas is another example of a movie that has been out for a while, since 1965 to be exact, but it holds a touching story that still speaks to us today.

The Santa Clause

This movie is about one man’s Christmas Eve going very differently than he’d planned. As Tim Allen’s character Scott is reading a book to his son, he hears someone on the roof. He investigates and ends up startling Santa, who then disappears, leaving behind reindeer and instructions. Scott comes to find out that this means he’s now Santa and hilarity ensues as he tries to keep the magical secret.

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Will Ferrell stars as Buddy the elf in this classic gem. Buddy is a human who came to live in the North Pole. Since he has been raised by elves his whole life, he decides he wants to meet his birth father in New York City. His adventure in the big city is both comical and heart-warming. There’s a reason so many people watch this movie again year after year.

We hope you enjoy these classics with popcorn and hot chocolate in hand this holiday season!

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