The 10 Best Holiday Movies

You'll laugh, you'll cry but you'll want to watch these holiday classics over and over again.
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5. Miracle on 34th Street

Miracle on 34th Street

It’s kind of dark, putting Kris Kringle on trial to make sure he’s actually sane, but it ends well, and it’s a lot of fun, and it’s got a very young Natalie Wood. Did we mention how much fun it is?

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4. The Bishop’s Wife

The Bishop's Wife

So, let’s see here, Cary Grant is your guardian angel, but you, David Niven, don’t want him to be? Do we have that straight? One viewing of this witty and charming 1947 hit will make you want to return to this Bishop’s church.

3. Holiday Inn

Holiday Inn

We know we also have this movie on our Thanksgiving list, but we don’t care. We like it too much to argue.

2. White Christmas

White Christmas

Wait, we get Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye? This tale of a pair of GIs who come home from World War II, fall in love with a couple of singing and dancing sisters will have you saying, “Awww,” and liking it.

1. It’s a Wonderful Life

It's a Wonderful Life

We watch it every Christmas Eve, without fail. And every year, without fail, we get teary at the end. Never gets old. Ever.

Neil Turitz is a screenwriter, freelance journalist and the editor of the entertainment news blog FilmNewsBriefs.com. He knows a lot about movies and TV and is unafraid of sharing his knowledge and opinions with complete strangers.

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0 thoughts on “The 10 Best Holiday Movies

  1. hope_xo says:

    Love Actually – such a good movie!!

  2. livetogossip says:

    I love Love Actually and It’s a Wonderful Life, but Cary Grant is AMAZING in the Bishop’s Wife.

  3. Fern says:

    Love Actually & Family Stone are my favorites! Need to see the Bishop’s Wife

  4. K S says:

    “Elf” would make my list. I also like “While You Were Sleeping.”

  5. clarissa says:

    Every holiday I watch movies with my family. No new ones though, just those very meaningful old movies which are so hard to find.

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