5 Christmas Classics We Cannot Wait To Re-Watch Every Single Year
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5 Christmas Classics We Cannot Wait To Re-Watch Every Single Year

Nothing puts us in the holiday spirit more than cozying in to enjoy the same lineup of Christmas films each year that STILL never fail to make us smile.

5 Christmas Classics We Cannot Wait To Re-Watch Every Single Year

As Christmas time is in full swing, 'tis the season to revive our favorite holiday traditions that we look forward to all year long. Of all the rituals that fill our hearts with Christmas cheer, snuggling into binge watch some classic holiday films is one that remains timeless year after year. Here are the top 5 Christmas movies we never want to pass up.

5.  A Year Without A Santa Clause


The undying charm of this 1974 animated classic is one that holds a special place in its audiences' hearts year after year. Containing two of the most iconic Christmas movie songs that will surely get stuck in your head for the rest of the holiday season brought to you by the one and only Miser brothers!

4. Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer


Another one of our cherished animated, stop-motion flicks. This holiday favorite currently holds the renowned title of "longest continuously running Christmas TV special" airing since 1964!

3. How The Grinch Stole Christmas!


Now having various spinoffs of its own, the animated film of the original story, written by none other than Dr. Seuss, reminds us each year that the spirit of Christmas comes from the heart. Catching this film is sure to make your heart grow three sizes this holiday season!

2. The Polar Express


Based on a famous children's book by Chris Van Allsburg, The Polar Express is one of those timeless, heart-warming films that lets us recall what it is like to experience Christmas through the eyes of a child.

1. Elf


Let's be honest, you would be sitting on a throne of lies if you said that you couldn't recite this movie from memory. Nothing brings out our Christmas spirit more than watching Will Ferrell star as our favorite holiday icon, Buddy the Elf. This ultimate Christmas classic is definitely one that keeps us laughing throughout the years.

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