When the calendar shows December and you see the first snow outside it’s time to make hot cocoa and together with a family catch that Christmas feeling. And what could help you better than a marathon of Christmas Movies? No worries, we got you here.

We put together a list of our favorite Christmas Movies to satisfy your desire for Love, Miracles and Christmas feelings.

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It’s a Wonderful Life, 1946

George Bailey has so many problems he is thinking about ending it all – and it’s Christmas! As the angels discuss George, we see his life in flashback. As George is about to jump from a bridge, he ends up rescuing his guardian angel, Clarence – who then shows George what his town would have looked like if it hadn’t been for all his good deeds over the years.

Home Alone, 1990

A classic Christmas movie that we have seen hundreds of times and could see hundreds more. The American family travels from Chicago to Europe, but in hurry forget one of their many children home alone. But he is not sad at all – no one commands, restricts or watches anymore. Everything would be perfect, except for hardened burglars Harry and Marv.

The Nightmare Before Christmas, 1993

Jack Skellington is the pumpkin king of Halloween Town, who is tired of doing the same thing every year at Halloween. One day, he gets to Christmas City and is so excited about this holiday that he decides to adapt it to his city by combining it with the Halloween holiday. He even kidnaps Santa Claus and decides to give presents to the kids of his city.

Klaus, 2019

After proving himself to be the worst postman at the academy, spoiled Jasper receives an ultimatum: start a post office in the Smeerensburg, Arctic Circle or be cut off from the family’s fortune. He soon realizes the inhabitants of Smeerensburg are embroiled in a bitter, generational feud and aren’t too keen on sending each other letters. As he’s about to give up, Jesper cross paths with a reclusive toy man Klaus. The unexpected friendship helps transform a broken village ravaged by years of internal fighting and the secular Christmas is born.

Elf, 1996

In the miraculous Santa’s gift shop, where elves are tirelessly working, no man had set foot until the fateful day thirty years ago, when a baby accidentally stepped into Santa’s bag. Named Buddy, the child was allowed to stay and grow up with elf children. Only Buddy grew up much faster than them until the day came when Buddy returned to Christmas in his hometown of modern New York to find his real dad.

Serendipity, 2001

Jonathan and Sarah meet on a busy winter day in the bustle of New York. They both understand that they are inextricably linked to each other. They decide to test their destiny and their intuition – first her phone number is written on a note. But the leaf blows in the wind. Accident, he says, but she doesn’t believe in coincidence. The number is rewritten in the book, but the book is returned to the bookmaker. Will they ever meet again? Fate has its own plans…

The Santa Clause, 1994

On Christmas night, Scott accidentally push off a strange man in a Santa Claus costume from the roof of his home. While the stranger sleeps helplessly in the snow, Scott takes the costume, jumps on a deer on his roof and finds himself in the North Pole, where the main elf tries to convince him to take the place of Santa Claus. By helping Santa Claus with a Christmas crisis he has to deal with a suspicious ex-wife while trying to keep his secret safe.

Bad Santa, 2003

Willie is a supermarket Santa, but his red and cute Santa costume is just a cover. Underneath the suit is a cunning and sneaky burglar who, every year, at Christmas, fulfills his goal of stealing a supermarket safe. When everyone in the store is gone, he and his assistant, the genius Elf, go in search of a golden pit – another safe that is known to have mountains of money around Christmas time. But this year, the mischievous plan doesn’t go so smoothly.

The Christmas Chronicles, 2018

Brother Teddy and Sister Catherine have decided to make sure Santa is real and shoot video of him – of course, if they can catch him. Because lately Brother Teddy no longer really believes in Santa Claus or the time of miracles, because he has experienced painful things in his life. The children manage to catch Santa, they secretly get into his sleigh and then…. all together in an accident. Christmas won’t happen? Adventures can only begin.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas, 2000

Grinch’s biggest dream is to ruin the Christmas atmosphere of the city, so he decides to steal holiday decorations, gifts, and Christmas trees. But maybe a little girl will still manage to make friends with Grinch and make him change his plans?

Arthur Christmas, 2011

The cartoon finally reveals a centuries-old mystery that kids are trying to find out every year before Christmas – how does Santa get to give presents to all the kids in the world overnight?
However, this story is also about family and Christmas values. At its center is a not-so-brave hero named Arthur, who has to do an urgent task before Christmas morning.

Miracle on 34th Street, 1994

Six-year-old Susan Walker is skeptical of the Christmas myth surrounding Santa Claus, a trait she perhaps learned from her mother, Dorey. When tasked with hiring the Santa who will pose with kids at Macy’s, Dorey enlists a man with the curious name of Kris Kringle who claims to be Santa himself. His assertions are met with scoffs and threats of institutionalization, but a young lawyer, along with Susan and Dorey, comes to his defense.

A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas, 2011

Harold is asked to look after a Christmas tree by his father-in-law, but he and his stoner buddy, ex-roommate Kumar end up destroying it leading to an all-night adventure of holiday madness in the best of the duo’s big-screen outings.

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