Spending the holidays watching films about the holidays may not be a priority on some people’s lists. But in my house, we ring in the season with a movie each year.
And that movie made the number one spot on our list. A film about the Griswold family and their disastrous holiday season, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation is funny and filled with holiday mishaps.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation – 1989
The modern Christmas classic meets the Griswold family. If you’re familiar with the Griswold family, then you know their adventures usually lead to disasters. They’ve decided to play it safe by staying at home and having all the family stay with them in their home. It wouldn’t be a Griswold movie without a couple unexpected plans to occur. We promise this movie will be fun for the whole family.
The Santa Clause -1994
Tim Allen accidentally kills Santa Clause and to prove to his son that Santa Clause truly exist, he must take the role on himself.
It’s a Wonderful Life – 1946
An angry businessman is shown what his life would have been like if he never existed by a compassionate angel in this 1946 classic.
A Christmas Story -1983
A son must show his family that he is ready to take on the responsibly of the ideal Christmas gift, a Red Ryder B. B. gun.
Miracle on 34th Street -1947
A young lawyer must defend a man who is the Thanksgiving Day Parade Santa Claus.
→ Jackson Dodd, CBS Riverside. Jackson is a content producer for the CBS Riverside market.