Christmas is a fantastic time of the year. There’s so much going on you could literally get lost in all of the excitement. Part of the excitement is sitting at the front of the TV and watching a few of the strangest films ever produced. Yes, there are lots of Christmas films to select from. This report presents a few of their best; those who have stood the test of time.
No list of great Christmas films are complete without one of their largest Christmas stories ever told. The “Christmas Carol” was told in several films throughout time, but no telling has yet to match the one looking Alastair Sim from the 1951 classic “Scrooge”. Here is the story of a guy who hates everyone and everything and just cares about making a profit. But then 1 night three ghosts come to see him in his sleep and that he finally sees the error of his ways and becomes the very generous loving man on Earth. This one is still as fantastic now as it was over 50 decades back.
This superb story tells the story of Rudolph that, although he had been born different from another reindeer and can be shunned by society, he ends up being the person who saves Christmas out of a horrible blizzard. Your children are certain to love this one.
This rip roaring humor is about as off the wall because you are likely to get in Christmas time. The storyline is really easy. He’s his son at Christmas though. Calvin then proceeds to become the next Santa Claus. Corny? Maybe.
For lovers of the Charles Shultz personalities Charlie Brown and company, there’s always “A Charlie Brown Christmas” from 1965. There is actuallyn’t much of a plot except that the gang is hoping to place on a Christmas drama and discover an adequate tree, but the music is memorable, the classic lines which most of us know and love are there (“I have been kissed by a puppy. I’ve dog germs) and if you really get down to it, the significance of Christmas really will come out in this superb film when Linus eventually clarifies it to Charlie Brown. This is 1 film you do not wish to overlook.
And obviously no list could be complete without “It’s an excellent Life” from 1946. A man is given a opportunity to determine what the planet will be like had he never been born. Anybody who watches that film and is not in tears by the end does not have a heart. If you see just 1 picture at Christmas, this is the one to watch.