Biggest Christmas movies from all time


“It’s a wonderful life” (1946 Christmas Eve saga starring Jimmy Stewart and Donna Reed), “Meet me in St. Louis”(1944, starring Judy Garland), “A Christmas story” (released in 1983, starring Peter Billingsley), “Home alone” (1990, with the famous character ten year old Macauly Culkin), “Holiday Inn”(which introduced the song “White Christmas”), “White Christmas” (1954, starring Bing Crossby and Danny Kaye), “The Santa Clause” (1994), “Christmas with the kranks”, “A Muppet Christmas Carol”(1992), “Scrooge” (1951, after Charles Dikens’ story “A Christmas Carol”), “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” (1989), “Edwards Scissorhands” (1990), “Nightmare before Christmas”, “The shop around the corner” (1940, with Jimmy Stewart and Margaret Sullavan), “Bad Santa” (2003), “Elf” (2003), “Miracle on 34th street” (1947, starring Natalie Wood and Edmund Gwenn), “Love actually” (2003), “Die Hard” (1988, starring Bruce Willis), “Bathman Returns”(1992, starring Michael Keaton) and not at last “Gremlins”(1984).
We can think differently but those movies prove undoubtedly something: Christmas exists !


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