It's the most wonderful time of the year and what better way to spend it than curled up in the couch with some hot cocoa and watching Christmas movies.
You can watch anything from “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” to “The Polar Express”.
Dr. Seuss's “How the Grinch stole Christmas” was first made in 1966 and narrated by Boris Karloff was immediately a big hit. It was remade into a full-length film in 2000 with Jim Carrey playing the Grinch. The story takes place in Whoville and has a heartwarming ending. The Grinch, the town's most feared villain, runs into Cindy Lou Who and learnas what Christmas is really about.
Another classic to watch is “A Christmas Carol.” A beautiful story about a old man who's never in a jolly Christmas mood, but soon is visited by three ghosts; ghosts of Christmas past, future, and present. It really makes you think of how you act around Christmas time.
Christmas isn't Christmas without out music, and the perfect musical that never gets old is Tim Burton's “The Nightmare Before Christmas.” With lots of fun characters and songs which make you want to sing along, all tied into an act that was meant to be nice.
Although Nightmare premiered in 1993, the graphics are still pretty good. Jack the skeleton was not satisfied with just Halloween and looked for more. On one of his walks through the woods he comes across a couple holiday trees. Jack, being a curious pumpkin, falls into the Christmas tree only to find a joyful holiday he also would like part in.