However, children should have their own share of Christmas fun, and thus for them we bring you the
top 10 Christmas movies that a child must watch.
10. Emmet Otter’s Jug Band Christmas (1977)
It is the adaptation from the book written by Russell Hoban, features the young boy Emmet and his
widowed mother who has to earn their money working in laundry doing all kind of odd jobs. they heard
about a singing talent show that has some cash prize and to make their Christmas special Emmet with
his talented Jug Band and Ma enters the show.
9. Frosty the Snowman (1954)
This is an animated cartoon that you kid is surely going to enjoy. A snowman who sprinkles fun and
mirth in the life of children just placing the magic hat upon them. I think you might have started
humming the song “Frosty the Snowman” as you have started reading this.
8. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966)
Whichever you like to watch, the latest Jim Carey version or the animated series of 1966, both did
justice to Dr. Seuss. We will find that Grinch, a non-human Scrooge tries to mess up the Christmas
holidays for the Whos in Whoville, by stealing all their gifts, trees and Christmas treats. However, Grinch
changes and become good friends to the Whos in the end.
7. The Nightmare before Christmas (1993)
Oh, it is a fun and frolic movie where we find Jack Skellington, totally bored with Halloween accidentally
opens a portal to Christmas Town, and think to spoil the Christmas plans. However, all hid plans drop
down, as he cannot end the thing as he thought to do.
6. Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964)
Premiered in 1964 and is adding glamour to all the Christmases down the lane. You might have watched
it, and now it’s your kids to turn watch. It is the story of Rudolph, the reindeer whose nose lights up. He
is in the search of the place from where he originated and was accompanies by the snowman, misfit toys
to add more fun to his journey.
5. A Charlie Brown Christmas (1966)
Charlie Brown, turns into the director of school holiday pageant and went to buy an aluminum
tree with Linus for the show. Instead of that, they bought a real tree. Charlie is disgusted with the
commercialization of Christmas and searches for the true meaning of Christmas.
4. The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
Muppet, we were so nostalgic about it, remember no Christmas was complete without it. This movie is
the adaptation of Charles Dickens novel, Christmas Carol where we find Scrooge learning the effective
lesson on Christmas from the three ghosts. Gonzo and Rizzo the rat, with gut-busting humor, narrate the
story of Scrooge.
3. A Christmas Story (1983)
This is a story that every kid must see and if they don-t it is their parents duty to make them watch. It
is the story of Ralphie, the kid who is bent to get a red Ryder BB Gun for Christmas. The entire plot is
hilarious and has caught a glimpse of author Jean Shepherd’s childhood.
2. The Polar Express (2004)
An amazing animated movie, about a boy who is rekindling his love for Christmas and finally finds
himself on a train stuffed with children heading towards the North Pole. Here he discovers a life that
made him realize that wonder of life never fades for the believers.
1. Elf (2003)
Jon Favreau’s hilarious comedy for all ages, is the story of a sugar-loving elf Buddy, flees from North Pole
sanctuary to bond with his New York based father. It is a holiday classic, where you can see Will Ferrell
in that green suit and yellow tights, which never grows old.