10 Must See Movies This Christmas

Movie Suggestions: 10 Must See Movies This Christmas

So it’s Christmas and we at Popcorn Cinema Show thought it was time to pick a few great movies to watch and get us in the mood for all the festivites. Well here are 10 must see movies this Christmas for you to consider.10 must see movies this christmas

Scrooge (1951)

Scrooge (1951) starring the great Alastair Sim, based on one of best Christmas stories of all time, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.  There are many versions of this classic tale but none in my opinion quite capure the mood and atmosphere of the Alastair Sim film.

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Take a look at the original 1951 trailer

It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)

What 10 Must See Movies This Christmas list would be complete without the classic It’s A Wonderful Life? George Bailey (James Stewart) has reached the end of the line with no way out, enter Clarence an Angel yet to earn his wings to show George the true worth of his life.  A genuine Christmas classic that is enjoyed by many each year. Great stuff…

Take a look at the original 1951 trailer

or maybe you prefer the 2012 trailer

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)

It’s Christmas so that means it’s time to spend some time with the Griswalds!  This outing National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, sees Clark Griswald (Chevy Chase) on a mission to have the perfect Christmas, with all the family generations coming together at Clark’s home.  Alas you know all will not go well and what a ride we are taken on. Right from the beginning when the Griswalds are on their way to choose the tree we are treated to some great comedy car action.

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Take a look at the original 1989 trailer

The Bishop’s Wife (1947)

Starring Cary Grant as Dudley an Angel sent to help Bishop Henry Brougham (David Niven) who has lost touch with what really matters in life.  The Bishop is struggling to raise enough money to build a new cathedral.  In fact the catherdral is all consuming leaving his wife Julia (Loretta Young) wondering what has happened to the man she fell in love with.

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Take a look at the original 1947 non-trailer

Gremlins (1984)

When Billy Peltzer receives a Christmas present from his father he finds he has a new pet, a mogwai named Gizmo.  But his new friend comes with rules such don’t put him in sunlight, don’t get him wet and most important of all, don’t feed him after midnight.  You know it’s only a matter of time before one or more of these rules are broken, let the fun begin…

Take a look at the original 1985 trailer

Halfway through my 10 Must See Movies This Christmas and there still some crackers to come (pun intended)

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