The Best Disney Christmas Movies
Disney has created some of the greatest classic films of all time. Some of the viewer favorites include "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", "Pinocchio", and "Cinderella". Over recent years, Disney has expanded its operations to include more live action films and 3D animation. This has resulted in a surge of fantastic films during the holiday season.
I absolutely love Disney movies and Christmas is a perfect time to view many of my favorites. Of course, I'm not a child anymore but I can't wait to have a few children of my own just to have an excuse to watch more of these classics.
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A Christmas Carol
This is the newest Christmas Carol to reach the big screen. The difference? Well, not much. Whether that is a good or bad thing, this is, to me at least, the greatest Christmas story ever told.
The Santa Clause
This is surprisingly good. When the movie first came out, I was iffy on whether or not I wanted to watch it (this is me at a young age, of course). Once I sucked it up and saw the film, I was overwhelmed with how well it was. It is a great movie for children and adults. It also gives a look at one theory on what happens when Santa passes away.
The Muppet Christmas Carol
Another Christmas Carol done by Disney is this film starring the Muppets (if you couldn't guess from the title). There's nothing to be said but if you like the Muppets or have little ones who do, then check this out.
I'll Be Home for Christmas
The famous teen-lover-boy from the 90s made this film watchable for just about every teenage girl in America. Now, that stuff isn't for me, but you? You might like it.
Twas the Night
At first, I thought this film was based on the poem, Twas the Night Before Christmas, but nope. This one is very, very different. Just so you have an idea, a teenage boy helps deliver presents when Santa is knocked unconscious. Things don't go as planned...
The Nightmare Before Christmas
You might want to watch this one before you let the children plug their eyes against the screen. Like most of Tim Burton's films, this is darker than other children's movies. Many adults love this film, so it might be worth your time to check out even if you don't have any youngsters.