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Arguably the best adapation of Charles Dickens' festive tale, and certainly the fuzziest. Michael Caine is superb as the grouchy Scrooge, while the ridiculous jokes and clever songs delight.
Plane tickets? Check. Presents? Check. Childen? Oh damn, the McCallisters forgot their youngest Kevin. Who'd have thought a movie about an abandoned kid fighting off bungling burglars could be such a Christmas classic?
This fantastical take on The Nutcracker story has a star-studded cast including Morgan Freeman, Keira Knightley, and Helen Mirren. A fun couple of hours of Christmassy spectacle.
Forget Let It Snow, it's time to Let It Go with Frozen, the modern day fairytale all about sisterhood. There's enough catchy tunes and sentient snowmen to thaw even the most frozen of hearts in this film.
The only movie we can think of that's ideal for both Christmas and Halloween viewing. The Tim Burton-created classic lights up the screen with its bewitching stop-motion animation.
A Christmas Carol is the quintessential Christmas tale, so it's no surprise it's on our list twice. This time, Mickey Mouse and pals bring the story to life in classic Disney animation style.