Christmas Movies You Can Watch Any Time of the Year

Even after Christmas has come to pass, the holiday spirit should live all year-round with these great films!
by Jelena Tiu   |  Dec 25, 2014
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It doesn't matter if you're one or ninety-two years old, the holiday season is for everyone to cherish the Christmas spirit and live out its true meaning. Christmas only comes once a year, but these movies will always be around the corner for your viewing pleasure!

  1. The Nightmare Before Christmas
    Perfect for Halloween AND Christmas, this Tim Burton classic never fails to entertain and prove itself a classic Christmas movie. The movie also doubles as a musical but instead of the usual princess and castles, ghosts, ghouls, and scary creatures alike roam the streets of Halloween Town and give Christmas musical staples a twist of its own kind.


  2. The Polar Express
    This one is an enchanting Christmas movie that’ll leave you wishing for the magical train to arrive at your your front door and take you to the North Pole. You’re never too old or too young to believe that Santa Claus exists (we’d like to think he does!).


  3. Love, Actually
    A little Christmas romantic comedy never hurt anyone and Love Actually is the best movie for all you hopeless romantics this holiday season. Better hang that mistletoe soon!


  4. Elf
    Will Ferrell is, as always, hilarious in Elf where he discovers his true identity and goes out of his comfort zone to find his real (human) family. Bonus: you get to spot a blonde Zooey Deschanel!


  5. Hugo
    Although not necessarily a Christmas film, Hugo is captivating and melancholic with themes similar to classic Christmas films. With great casting, story, and cinematography, it’s one of the perfect movies to watch throughout the whole year.


How about you? Which Christmas movies do you love and watch even after the holiday season? Let us know in the comments section below! Merry Christmas, Candy Girls!

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