Celebrate Christmas At Home With These Movies

by Matthew Escosia
Christmas Movies
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Holiday movies remind us of the excitement and delightfulness that we feel during these occasions. The optimistic plots and themes in these movies make us think about all the goodness in the world; Thus, leaving us an impression that there is something to look forward to on holidays. Here are some movies you can watch on Christmas Eve with your family and loved ones at home!


Holidate (2020)

This latest romantic comedy film on Netflix stars Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey, who are two strangers both fed up with being single on holidays. Eventually, the two agreed to be each other’s non-romantic date on every holiday.


Office Christmas Party (2016)

Missing Christmas parties in your workplace? Here’s a movie you’ll enjoy! Office Christmas Party is a comedy film about a very wild Christmas celebration. In order to impress a client, Clay (TJ Miller) throws a party with his last resources to save his company branch and employees from his sister (Jennifer Aniston). However, the party gets out of control.


Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)

If you want something different, or should we say thrilling on a Christmas Eve, here’s a perfect movie for you. The American horror slasher film series Silent Night, Deadly Night features a Killer Santa. It tells the story of a young man named Billy, who goes on a killing spree while dressed as a Santa Claus after experiencing a psychotic break.


The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

If you’re in the mood for an animated film, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is a must-watch. The story is about Jack Skellington, who abducts Santa Claus after falling in love with Christmas Town.


Home Alone (1990)

 A classic that never gets old, Home Alone is always the go-to movie for the holiday season. The comedy film revolves on the story of Kevin (Macaulay Culkin), who accidentally gets left behind when his family travels on a holiday vacation to France.


Feel the spirit of Christmas once again with these films. This year may be different but we should never forget the magic of holiday season.


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