5 Magical Christmas Movies for the Holidays


You’ve prepared your Christmas menu, planned your decoration ideas, and what is left? We know that! Here at PastBook, we decided to give you some ideas to spend quality time with your friends and family this Christmas! After having a delicious dinner altogether, you can watch these 5 magical Christmas movies as early classics and spend a great time instead of going outside to the cold freezing weather. Okay, some movie snacks are allowed after a giant mouth-watering Christmas dinner!


1. Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

Nothing is better than the original. Miracle on 34th Street (1947) shows us Santa as a humanistic star and touches our hearts. Even though it is an old movie, Miracle on 34th Street (1947) will make you feel the holiday spirit to the max!

2. The Muppet Christmas Carol (1988)

Having the mushier spectrum of human emotion, Muppets will give you the Christmas joy! The Muppet Christmas Carol (1988) is one of the Christmas classics that you can enjoy with the whole family. Especially the music by Paul Williams worth listening in the whole movie.


3. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)

If you can take your eyes off Rudolph’s heinous nose, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) is a Christmas classic that will let you spend nice time during the holidays. Cheerful but bizarre, the storyline puts a dentist elf, misfit toys, and Burl Ives together into a movie.

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4. The Apartment (1960)

Other than Christmas classics, we have another movie with a great storyline, The Apartment (1960). Billy Wilder’s The Apartment is full of complications and romance. If you want a little bit of everything, we guarantee you’ll like Wilder’s style in this masterpiece.

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5. A Christmas Story (1983)

“A tribute to the original, traditional, one-hundred-percent, red-blooded, two-fisted, all-American Christmas”, we know that even reading this line makes you curious! Another Christmas classic is from Bob Clark which will convince you what the best Christmas gift is. Our little man Peter Billingsley’s performance will leave you your jaws dropped!


Bonus Movie:

A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

A long time but a short length classic, A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) is an indispensable classic that will cheer you up and make you wanna watch again and again. If you want to find the true meaning of Christmas, join Charlie Brown!


We prepared a list of best Christmas movies for you so you can now relax and enjoy your holidays with your friends and family without thinking about how to spend the best time! During holidays, there will be lots of times that you’ll take amazing shots altogether. While the end of the year is fast approaching, collect your beautiful moments of 2016 into a gorgeous photo book! Your Year in Review will be ready for you to relive your memories at any time and anywhere you want!


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