You know what’s really great about Christmas?
It makes everyone around you feel special.
It makes you want to be a little bit more than a simple nerd.
And the best part is, you can do that without spending the holidays with a bunch of people you barely know.
In this article, we’ll take a look at the top five Christmas movies to watch with your family for your Christmas Eve dinner party, or for the Christmas-themed holiday party.
Christmas in the Jungle Christmas in The Jungle by David Wainwright, 2005-2016This movie stars Peter O’Toole and John Lithgow and stars Will Smith as the Jungle Man.
It’s a movie that is so different from everything else out there.
You get to see an animal that looks like a bear and is actually a huge tree, which makes it all the more scary.
There are tons of jungle creatures in this movie, including the giant ape and the hippopotamus.
The Grinch Christmas by John Ford, 1939-1974 This film stars Robert Mitchum and Robert Duvall and it’s a fun, funny, and heartfelt story about two brothers.
Both men play Grinch, who has a grudge against his parents for not paying him enough money for Christmas.
The film is also about the Christmas traditions that are going on at home and at school.
It tells a story of a young Grinch who has no idea that his father is trying to steal Christmas.
The Santa Clause Christmas by J.K. Rowling, 1963-1996This is a Christmas classic and one of the best Harry Potter films ever made.
The story follows a man named Bill and his Santa Clause (aka Snowball) who are working together to bring Christmas to the world.
They’re trying to bring their children, Harry and Ginny, and the rest of the family a Merry Christmas.
They’ve set up a sleigh, decorated it with presents, and put a giant Santa Claus on top of it.
The whole family is excited to get home for Christmas Eve and it only takes a few minutes for Bill to put the sleigh up. 4.
Christmas Carol by Brian Regan, 1964-2014This is the best Christmas movie ever made, but you probably don’t have to go to a theater to watch it.
If you’re a fan of the original movie, you might like this one.
Regan’s Christmas Carol tells the story of four brothers and his daughter who all live together.
They live in a small town and have a Santa Claus and a big, red-headed, red fox.
They have a great Christmas tradition and get to have a lot of fun doing it. 5.
The Wonderful World of Disney Christmas by Walt Disney, 1937-1977This is probably the best film about Christmas that you can watch.
The movie tells the stories of Santa Claus, his friends, and his friends’ Santa.
Disney’s film has a lot to do with the tradition of Santa.
It shows Santa at the end of the film, saying “Santa is here.”
The movie has a great story and great music, too.
The theme song is great too.
The Christmas Story by Walt Whitman, 1894-1955The story of how Walt Whitman and the first Christmas tree fell is something that you definitely don’t want to miss.
You can listen to it at home with a few friends.
It is the story that really captured the hearts and minds of many Americans at that time.
The Night Before Christmas by James Joyce, 1690-1740This is another great Christmas movie.
It features a Christmas story that is really, really different from anything else out at the time.
It starts off with the story about how Walt Disney is getting a job, and he’s working on the Cinderella story.
He’s a pretty busy guy, so he has lots of time to read, write, and do other things that don’t involve Christmas.
Then, one day, Walt goes to a friend’s house and says “I’ve got to go and read the night before the holiday, and I’ll have a nice Christmas story to tell you.”
You can watch the whole thing in one sitting, but I’d recommend watching the first part of the movie.
The rest of it is great.
The Wizard of Oz Christmas by Lewis Carroll, 1926-1970This movie has become an American classic thanks to the Disney films.
Lewis Carroll and his wife Elvira are a couple that live in Oz and the two of them go out on Christmas Eve to the Wizard of OZ.
They go to the house of Munchkins, who are also celebrating Christmas.
Lewis and Elvius go inside the house, where they find the Munchkin Christmas tree.
They play with it, and they find a magic wand that turns into a Christmas tree, making the tree into a real tree and the Muffins into Munchins.
Merry Christmas from Walt Disney