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Shows & Movies For The Winter Break

Shows & Movies for the Winter Break

As the winter break is getting closer, shows and movies become more pronounced.

They have an important role in these periods whether through laughter, tears, joys, many beautiful and various emotions, they give us a loving inspiration to finish the year’s  journey and also offer a magical way to celebrate shared humanity.

Shows and movies are decorating all of  these moments by gathering us all together to enjoy the amazing atmospheres of the winter season and create unforgettable moments for us and our loved ones.

I choose to present you with some End-of-the-year shows and movies that are mostly dedicated to the Christmas holidays.

Here is a list of the most popular shows and movies related to the end of the year season and the Christmas holidays :

  • It’s a Wonderful Life
  • A Christmas Core
  • A Christmas Story
  • Home Alone
  • White Christmas
  • The Polar Express
  • Arthur Christmas
  • A Charlie Brown Christmas
  • The Santa Clause
  • The Grinch
  • Jingle All the Way
  • Bad Santa

By Fleek


Home Alone

One of the most popular movies for the end of the year holidays.

It is an American comedy film from the 1990s directed by Chris Columbus, written and produced by John Hughes.

The main character Young Kevin McCallister (played by Macaulay Culkin) is accidentally left behind when his family goes on Christmas vacation and he ends up all alone by himself. Kevin soon faces the challenge of defending his home from burglars Harry and Marv (portrayed by Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern).

When the two burglars come to the forefront, he starts setting up many different and smart traps and tricks so that they couldn’t catch him.This presents a very funny scene to the public which becomes a cultural phenomenon and remains a beloved holiday classic. The film’s popularity is its success, earning it a place as one of the highest-grossing comedies of all time.

The message of the film addresses family love, bonds and many close relationships that are the essence of the importance of these holidays

By 20th Century Studios Family


Jingle All the Way

This movie is also one of the most special movies dedicated to Christians. It is a 1996 American Christmas family comedy film directed by Brian Levant.

Howard Langston (played by Arnold Schwarzenegger) finds himself in a comedic and chaotic quest on Christmas Eve. Faced with the challenge of securing the  Turbo-Man action figure which is the hottest toy of the season, Howard starts a frantic journey through a series of many  hilarious situations.And as the clock ticks down, Howard challenges don’t stop, including competing with other desperate parents (likely Sinbad’s character, Myron) It delivers a message about the true meaning of the importance of family and Christmas.The film became a favorite for audiences through  the years and achieved high fame all over the world.

By Disney Plus


The Santa Clause 

Definitely one of the best movies to watch during the winter season. It is directed by John Pasquin (1994). A divorced dad Scott Calvin on Christmas Eve accidentally causes Santa Claus to fall off his roof. While following a note found on Santa’s suit, Scott and his son Charlie finish Santa’s deliveries. As a consequence of putting on the Santa suit, Scott discovers the “Santa Clause,” a magical contract that binds him to take on the role of Santa Claus. As the new Santa, he had a lot to learn and do to reach the whole point of Christmas Eve. The film explored Scott’s transition into the Santa’s role, many challenges that he dealt with, and the importance of Christmas.

The  films in the series further explore Scott’s adventures as Santa, including his quest for love and the challenges that arise within the magical world of the North Pole.

The combination of all these possessions, “The Santa Clause” became a festive favorite and in my opinion also one of the best shows related to the Christmas Eve holiday.

By Disney Plus

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