Holiday season is here! If you’re looking for a chill lineup that’s perfect for a cozy night in, we’ve got you covered. Get ready to laugh, swoon, and maybe shed a tear or two with our stop 5 holiday movie picks. It’s the season of comfort, joy, and awesome flicks!
1) Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
When I think ‘Holiday movie’, Harry Potter is the first pop-up movie in my head. Among the all series, especially in the first one, you can feel the Christmas vibe of England.
There are 7 series of Harry Potter. So, if you are not a fan of crowded places, how about spending time with your family, friends, or pet by watching the Harry Potter marathon?
2) Home Alone
Here is the Christmas in New York. No holiday movie list is complete without the classic comedy “Home Alone.”
You can see this symbolical scene everywhere in this season. ‘Home Alone’ captures the essence of family, resilience, and the true meaning of Christmas. Why don’t you contact someone you haven’t been able to call at this end of the year?
You can’t skip the Disney movie in holiday. I think that Frozen is the movie that both adults and children can enjoy.
And when you look at the snowy sky, the song ‘Let It Go’ just came out through the mouth without thinking. If you’re sad because of the Christmas without snow, what if playing Frozen on TV?
4) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Having a chocolate factory and eating it whenever you want might be the dream of all children in the world. That’s why this movie is perfect for Christmas. Because Christmas is also the dream of children!
Willy Wonka’s spin-off movie will release in January, watch the first one before it comes out!
5) Last Holiday
If all the movies above were about friendship and family, Last Holiday is about myself. ‘Georgia’ wrote down what she wanted to do in the book named ‘Possibility.’ And she is trying to make those wishes real right after being told that she’ll die soon.
If you haven’t tried the things you wanted in 2023 because of the reality, why don’t you live next year for yourself?