The holidays are a blast these days, especially when it comes to the food, but we’re also loving our time with family.
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The Most Funny Holidays To See This Year The Holidays have been a real boon for our lives and our families.
Here are 10 holiday movies that you should be watching this year.
The most popular holiday movie of all time.
A Christmas Story is a family affair, and this film is sure to please fans of the classic Disney tale.
It’s a must see.
The Holiday Story (1959)A family film about a Christmas family in the 1960s, this classic is a classic of the holiday genre.
A family movie for everyone.
The Christmas Carol (1962)An original Christmas Carol with a modern twist, this holiday classic has grown in popularity with audiences.
The Great Gatsby (1958)A romantic comedy starring Richard Burton and starring Audrey Hepburn, it’s one of the best romantic comedies of all-time.
It’s not a holiday movie, but the holiday story is the best holiday movie ever.
The Christmas Story (1965)A musical Christmas comedy starring Edith Wharton, it has a special place in my heart.
It has so much to offer and I am so glad that I have seen it.
The Jungle Book (1994)A classic Disney animated film with a timeless charm, this Disney animated classic has been adapted into a Broadway musical.
The Jungle Book is an unforgettable tale of a little boy who discovers a magical forest.
It has been more than 25 years since this classic Christmas movie was made, but that’s because it was made during a time when movies were all the rage.
The Last Waltz (1971)A great holiday story with a classic score, this is a true holiday classic.
It was the first Christmas movie that I was able to see in person.
Christmas with Michael Jackson (2003)A festive holiday classic that’s been re-released by Disney, this original Christmas movie features Michael Jackson in a new setting.
It is a must-see.
It is a Christmas classic, and it’s still going strong today.
The Reindeer Games (1961)An epic story of two brothers who become the reindeer, which is a bit of a misnomer.
It isn’t a Christmas story, but a reinday is a holiday story.
It wasn’t a holiday classic, but it was a Christmas movie, and Disney is still celebrating this one.
It was an amazing holiday story, and you can’t go wrong with a retelling of this classic.
It may have been made during the 1960’s, but this Christmas movie is still remembered by fans and loved by audiences.
The Reindeers (1973)An amazing story of a group of brothers and sisters who learn to be reindeers.
It features some of the most recognizable names in music history.
The Little Mermaid (1999)A Disney animated movie that was a hit at the box office and won several awards.
It stars Elizabeth Banks as Princess Merida and Peter Fonda as The King.
It also stars Michael Caine, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Jeff Goldblum, Michael Cera, and Ben Affleck.
It isn’t really a holiday film, but there’s still something special about this classic story.
It wasn’t even released until 2004, but if you’re lucky, you’ll still see it in theaters this year.(Thanks to the folks at the Disney Movies Blog for sharing this post!)