6 Christmas Movies That The Kids Will Love

Christmas is the time for families to get together and bask in the festive mood. But what is there for children to do after the Christmas feast? Here is a list of the best Christmas movies that is sure to delight and entertain the kiddies while the adults relax and enjoy a few mugs of warm eggnog.


The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

A Tim Burton classic, “The Nightmare before Christmas” is perfect for those who love movies with a quirky twist. Join Jack as he embarks on a mission to transform his Halloween Town into a Christmas Town just in time for the festive season. “The Nightmare Before Christmas” is a fantastic movie for both adults and children alike with a beautiful soundtrack and an unusual plot and setting.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

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The Polar Express (2004)

Based on a book of the same name, The Polar Express is a 3D animated film featuring a stunning steam train and some very colorful characters on their way to the North Pole to visit Santa Claus. Put this movie on to entertain the children at your next Christmas party!

         The Polar Express     

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Frozen (2013)

One simply cannot compile a list of Christmas movies without including this latest offering from Disney. Since its release in 2013, Frozen has become a cultural hit, stealing little girls’ hearts everywhere with the unconventional princess characters and the adorable snowman, Olaf. Of course, another highlight of this popular favorite is the catchy and inspirational hit “Let It Go”. Be prepared to sing along to the tunes in Frozen together with the group of excited children!


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Elf (2003)

Kids will enjoy the scenes featuring Santa’s elves working in the North Pole in “Elf”. Will Ferrell plays a towering human raised as an elf in Santa Claus’ home who is sent to the city to live with his own kind when he has outgrown his place with the other elves. This is a great movie to play that will entertain both adults and children.


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Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)

You can read the book to the children before screening this movie! Introduce the magical world of Dr Seuss to the kids with this classic Christmas themed movie. Light up their imaginations with a reading of the literature before having the characters come to life in the live movie version starring Jim Carrey as the Grinch who attempts to ruin Christmas for everyone in Whoville.

Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas

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Home Alone (1991)

You most probably remember this movie from your childhood; now take the opportunity to show it to the next generation. Join Macaulay Culkin as he adapts to live alone in a large house because his family accidentally leaves him behind while they go on their Christmas vacation. Laugh at his shenanigans and wit as he defends himself and his home against a pair of robbers. It is a movie filled with fun and laughter, perfect for the entire family.

Home Alone

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Start planning activities for your Christmas party as there are not many days left until the big day. For added convenience and less hustle and bustle for yourself, let us do the work for you! We can arrange for professional event planners to help you with that big party, or clean up the place after all the wine and dine. 

Happy Holidays!


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