This year was full of events that might have made you totally exhausted. Your winter rest should be as lazy as possible if you want to accumulate energy for the next year. That is why it is not a bad idea to begin a TV marathon with your favorite movies and some new ones that you might have never seen. Here is a list for you to stay near the screen for the entire Christmas period and simply enjoy the rest.
Watching Films with Christmas Mood
With its almost 30-year-old history, the film is still widely watched every year as a perfect Christmas comedy. It is always fun to see a group of people getting into awkward situations, especially at Christmas parties. Whit Stillman began his career with Metropolitan, so a true fan will definitely not miss it.
The action takes place during the World War I, when the Christmas mood made German, British, and French soldiers throw away their rifles for a night to spend this holy eve together. With Diane Kruger and Daniel Brühl, the film that is based on real events will not leave you untouched.
No list of Christmas movies could be without these legendary films of Kevin McCallister. The best role of Macaulay Culkin shows us a story of a boy who managed to defend his home twice. The next episodes are also worth your attention, however, not as gripping as the first and the second ones.
THE BEST MAN HOLIDAY
If you do not like new films and already used to the traditional Christmas set of comedies, you will definitely like a sequel to the original The Best Man movie. With a perfect love story that will make your eyes burst into tears, it is a nice addition to your holiday movie marathon.
THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Tim Burton is awesome. And whoever disagrees with this should just watch (or watch one more time) his amazing stop-motion animation musical that is just an ideal cartoon in your list of Christmas movies. Even though the film is claimed to be a Halloween devoted one, it is still full of Christmas motifs and will definitely bring you the necessary mood. Apart from magnificent scenes, the music by Danny Elfman is simply tremendous. Just spend a bit more than an hour for this masterpiece and you will definitely not regret.