Top 10 Movies about Christmas and Santa Claus

    Christmas is a time of magic. All the dreams and desires can come true on this night. Someone meets his soul mate, someone receives as a gift is what he wanted, someone realizes for itself something important, but the most important is the thing that on this night every small child is waiting for Santa Claus's visit.

Home Alone (1990)

    This is an insanely funny family comedy, from which many of us in the early ‘90s learned decorating the house before Christmas. As we all know this movie by heart, this time while watching it, you can escape from the jokes of the bandits and plenty of Calkin's grimaces and to admire how the garlands illuminate the house, how beautifully the Christmas tree is decorated, and once again being pleasantly surprised to the beauty of carol Shchedryk, which (with English text) takes the children's choir at the church.

Real Love / Love Actually (2003)

    It is a wonderful Christmas film about the miracles that happen ... or do not happen. Each of the stories of love happens separately, but in the end it turns out that all the characters in one way or another connected with each other, and, it turns out that love, like Christmas - it's a miracle that inextricably connects, say, the British Prime Minister and the doubles of the actors who are playing in the sex scenes.

Family Man (2000)

    The film, of course, is not about Christmas and New Year, but to be honest, it's hard to find another occasion to reconsider it. Nicolas Cage has long ceased to make movies about the simple human values, and this is probably another big plus of this particular film. The financier, who has in his life all but love, once in the morning after Christmas awakes in life that he could have had if he had not parted with the girl of his dreams - he would have lived in an ordinary poor house, would have worked in store of automobile tires, to save on clothes in favor of studying at the university one of the children ... and would have been the happiest man.

It's a Wonderful Life (1946)

    This is Christmas black-and-white classics of American cinema with happy endings and hugs in the end. The Americans are very fond of this film, so on Christmas and New Year's Eve it twists on all channels. Even in many modern Christmas movies it can be seen that in every house on Christmas, people are watching "Wonderful Life". The protagonist on the eve of the bright holiday is experiencing a life crisis and is going to commit suicide, but instead he saves his guardian angel. In gratitude he shows to the main character, how bad life could have been for all, if he was gone. Happy and ready to start his new life, man returns home to his family.

Fred Claus (2007)

    The film's protagonist – is the brother of the well-known Santa Claus (Paul Giamatti) Fred Claus (Vince Vaughn). Due to centuries of a glory and universal love for his younger brother Fred gradually withdrew into himself and began to despise all the favorite holiday Christmas. But one day, he is going to visit Santa Claus at the North Pole in a reindeer sleigh first class, Fred learns that his brother has  serious troubles: an expert on the effectiveness of Clyde decides to cancel Christmas! Is going Santa's brother Fred, who hates Christmas, help to save a holiday for all?

Bad Santa (2003)

    It is a wonderful Christmas comedy that denigrates all the traditions inherent in this holiday. The main character - is a lazy alcoholic and a looser - who each year, together with his partner, are robbing the big shopping centers dressed like Santa and elf. This year, a man in a red suit appears in an extremely "fun" mood, working as a lord drunk, being rude to the children and is having sex with the female visitors. So the success of the operation is in jeopardy. In addition, the bad Santa seems to be fallen in love, and has got acquainted with a puffy naive boy who does not believe in Santa Claus, but really wants to be friends with him.

Four Christmas (2008)

    This is a comedy about four different Christmas celebrations. And all because a couple, played by Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn do not much believe in marriage, as their parents are divorced. And as much as they can, they are shying away from family celebrations. But this time, they have to visit all of their relatives.

The Holiday (2006)

    It is a nice romantic comedy. Two main heroines (Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz) decided to burn all the bridges after their personal life collapses. Only one lives in Britain, and the other - in Southern California. Met on the Internet, they are at the time of the Christmas holidays decide to swap houses. For the heroine of Diaz this exchange is a real challenge, because she is not accustomed to Madame Winter. But in the company of Jude Law the frost is not terrible.

Die Hard 2 (1990)

    John McClain is not lucky for the second time, and again at Christmas. During this time he met his beloved wife (which we will not see in the third part) in the Dallas airport, security is due to the pre-Christmas bustle notices terrorist group. Of course, Bruce Almighty saves not only his wife, hovering in the air, but also hundreds of other passengers, whose life for the treacherous terrorists and a penny is not worth it. Bruce Willis plays kind of a Santa Claus.

The Santa Claus (1994)

    On Christmas Eve, young salesman of the toys Scott accidentally meets with Santa Claus. The meeting ends badly for an old man - frightened of Scott’s shout, Santa falls from the roof. And before Scott realized anything, his little son gets into the magic sleigh. And the deer know exactly where they should bring the charioteer.

 

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