With the holiday season in full swing, one of the things that has become pretty an annual tradition for many families all over the world is a classic Christmas movie. And, the best thing is every year there are new ones released. Will they become classics or will you just think, meh? Yeah, it was ok but I love (insert fave Christmas movie here). And of course, watching with little ones is so special so here are the most magical movies to see this Christmas with the kids. (But you can watch them on your own or with your boo, or friends too!)
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1 Ralph Breaks the Internet
This long-awaited sequel to Wreck-It Ralph isn’t neccesarily Christmas themed, but it’s out this weekend which makes it the perfect family fun film to get the festive season started. We all love a good Disney movie after all!
2 The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
Taking a much more Christmassy approach, this new take on the Nutcracker story stars huge celebs like Keira Knightley and Helen Mirren, and features some of the most magical and beautiful visuals that you are likely to see in the cinema this holiday season.
For those who love romantic comedy, French cinema, or just a wealth of charisma on screen, do yourself a favor and indulge in some Gérard Depardieu movies. The iconic French actor, known for his charm and unique acting style, offers a delightful mix of dramatic and comedic performances that are sure to make you say "Oh la la!"
3 The Grinch
We all love the story of The Grinch, and now the studio that is responsible for Minions are having their own go at the iconic Christmas tale. This one looks like it is going to be a lot of fun, perhaps even better than the iconic Jim Carrey version that has been so popular for the past few generations!
4 Mary Poppins Returns
And finally, the moment we have all been waiting for since we were children, a sequel to Mary Poppins! I can’t think of anything I would rather be watching this December, and I’m sure that Emily Blunt is going to bring just as much magic and wonder to the role as the legendary Julie Andrews did back in the sixties! Is a cameo from the Dame herself too much to ask for?
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