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The Muppet's adaptation of A Christmas Carol brought some our favorite Jim Henson characters like Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear and more together for this heartwarming, classic tale.
While the run time for this animated special may only be 25 minutes long, A Charlie Brown Christmas is packed with plenty of heartfelt moments, songs and spirit.
The special first aired in 1965, making it a perfect family film to enjoy across multiple generations.
This sweet film stars Tom Hanks via motion capture as a boy who is starting to wane on his belief in Santa Clause. However, when he boards a train bound for the North Pole, his Christmas spirit returns.
It's a film that will excite kids and also remind parents of the magic of Santa.
If you're in the mood for a feel-good film that may make you shed a tear, Jack Frost is the way to go.
It stars Michael Keaton as Jack Frost, a musician who tragically passes away and comes back in snowman form when his son, Charlie, plays his old harmonica that turns out to be magical. After being initially terrified of his dad's new snowman form, the movie spends time seeing a kid bond with his dad, who gets to pass on some final life lessons to his son.
The perfect film for those sad Halloween is over and those excited that Christmas is near, The Nightmare Before Christmas creatively portrays what the holiday would be like if handed off to the ghoulish residents of Halloween Town.
Between the original songs and Tim Burton's iconic visual style, it's a movie for all ages. Plus, if you still have some Halloween candy lying around, what a perfect snack for this film!
Do you think you could handle Santa's job? In The Santa Clause, Tim Allen's character Scott Calvin winds up with the gig after the previous Santa falls off of his roof and he assumes his duties.
Over the course of this cute film, Scott and his son, Charlie, visit the North Pole, deliver presents and convince others to believe in the magic of Santa.
Based on the popular 1949 song "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," this stop-motion television special hit screens in 1964 and has become a mainstay around the season ever since.
The story follows Rudolph, who is ousted by his fellow reindeer over his red nose. After being expelled, he meets other outcasts, including a crew of unwanted presents at the Island of Misfit Toys.
By the end, Rudolph returns home,rescuing his fellow reindeer from a snow monster, and his bright red nose ends up saving Christmas and giving all the unwanted toys a home with a loving child.
One of Jim Carrey's best performances comes out in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, where he plays the titular role of the grouchy, Christmas-hater who is over the residents of Whoville and what he deems to be materialistic holiday cheer.
It's an uplifting film that will also make your heart grow three sizes while you watch young Cindy Lou Who (played by Taylor Momsen) convince the Grinch that what the holidays are really about is not what gifts you get, but who you spend them with.