Here are some great holiday films to enjoy year around, but especially in the next few weeks until Christmas. Click on the film’s title to link to the full review.
By classic, I mean going back to the days of black & white.
Some of these you’ve no doubt heard of, others may be new to you. If you’re a classic movie fan, you’ve seen each one a dozen times or more, watching and re-watching every holiday season.
I’ve reviewed each of these on my other blog, Classic for a Reason, and I’ve conveniently linked to those reviews (click on the title).
Edmund Gwenn and Natalie Wood bond in Miracle on 34th Street
This classic stands out as one of the best holiday films ever. The cast is clearly as charmed by the story as the audience, and it reminds us that maybe–just maybe–there really is a Santa Claus.
Macy’s employee Doris Walker, a single mother who doesn’t believe in fairy tales, is in charge of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. Much to her chagrin, the…
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