CHRISTMAS FILM FOR CHILDREN
Christmas is still far away, but we know that the most nostalgic are already starting to think about it! In December you will compile your Christmas movie lists to see. Children are certainly the protagonists of the holiday and many themed films have been created for them over the years. From generation to generation, children have fun in front of the TV with animated films, comedies, stories and magical adventures that end up thrilling everyone, even the older children and parents. For a beautiful family Christmas, we have decided to give you a list with the most beautiful Christmas titles to see!
CHRISTMAS TITLES NOT TO BE MISSED
Making an exhaustive list of Christmas films to watch for children (but enjoyable at all ages) is really difficult as there are so many Christmas films. However, we have decided to choose ten truly unmissable titles, which all children love and make a child become even those who no longer wait for Santa's arrival. Here are 10 movies to have fun with at Christmas:
Mum I Lost the Plane (1990) and Mum I Lost the Plane: I Lost in New York (1992)
Where to start if not from the classic of the classics? The adventures of little Kevin McCallister - forgotten at home by his parents during the Christmas holidays in the first film and put on a wrong plane in the sequel, facing thieves Harry and Marv Merchants - are truly unmissable. Laughter is assured for all ages.
Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
Another Christmas cult that has been handed down from generation to generation is the Miracle on 34th Street, a remake of the famous film The Miracle of 34th Street in 1947. What if Santa Claus, the real one, arrives in New York and everyone believes him except a little girl Susan? A fun and exciting story, where good feelings and the magic of Christmas triumph.
One of Disney's most recent but already cult animated films is Frozen: the sympathy of its protagonists, the numerous songs, the snow and the ice and the strong role of the sisters Elsa and Anna have made this cartoon one of the unmissable films of the Christmas.
Polar Express (2004)
One of the first successful live actions was Polar Express: a child who does not believe in Santa Claus, on the night between 24 and 25 December, gets on a magical train, the Polar Express, which takes children to the North Pole. Between adventures and new friends, the protagonist will learn to appreciate the true magic of Christmas.
Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983)
Based on the story by Charles Dickens Christmas carol, the animated short film follows the story of the grumpy and greedy Scrooge McDuck / Scrooge McDuck, who hates Christmas: what happens when three ghosts come to visit him on Christmas Eve, the ghost of the Past Christmas, Present Christmas and Future Christmas? Will you change your mind about Christmas?
MOM I TAKEN MEASURES (1997)
Following the success of Mamma I lost the plane, Mamma I took the measles resumes the theme of the child at home alone during the Christmas holidays to fight against delinquents. In this case we have a gang of international criminals hiding a precious microchip with military secrets in a radio-controlled toy car. By mistake, the toy ends up in the hands of an eight-year-old boy, Alex Pruitt, who remains at home alone with measles.
Jack Frost (1998)
One of the most fun but also moving Christmas films is Jack Frost, which tells the story of the Frost family. The father of the family, Jack, musician around the world, has a car accident and dies. His wife Gabby and little son Charlie remain alone, but when Christmas comes, Charlie builds a snowman who will come alive claiming to be his father Jack.
A magical Christmas (1985)
A very famous Christmas film, A magical Christmas tells the story of Ginnie Grainger who rediscovers the joy of Christmas thanks to her six year old daughter Abbie and Gideon, her guardian angel.
As if by magic (2007)
Not exactly a Christmas film, however, it is one of the most viewed and suitable films for this time of year. What happens when cartoons become reality and Giselle and the Prince of Andalasia find themselves in contemporary and real Manhattan? There are all the ingredients of fairy tales, lots of laughter, lots of music and a good dose of romance.
Barbie and the Nutcracker (2001)
Animated film of 2001, follows the story of Clara Barbie, a beautiful and talented dancer who, after the death of her parents as a child, was raised together with her brother Tommy in the home of the rich, but grumpy grandfather, in 19th century Germany . During the evening of Christmas Eve, Clara receives a wooden nutcracker as a gift, which magically comes to life at night. A fantastic adventure not to be missed will begin.
ALL CHRISTMAS FILMS: THE TITLES NOT TO BE MISSED
Looking for other Christmas movie titles? Do you want something more classic or do you want to be inspired by the ghost of past Christmases? Here is the list of our Christmas movies.
- Christmas movie: the classics
- Christmas movie for those who hate this party
- Christmas movies: the less classic
- Classic Christmas movies: Love Actually
- Romantic Christmas movies: the best
- American Christmas movies
(Photo: Mom I missed the plane; Courtesy of 20th Century Fox)