Based on John Grisham's Novel, Skipping Christmas

2004, Christmas Comedy. Couple, Luther (Tim Allen) and Nora Krank (Jamie Lee Curtis) see off their daughter, Blair (Julie Gonzalo), head off to the Peace Corps in Peru near Thanksgiving and empty nest syndrome sets in.

A Christmas Family Comedy with Macaulay Culkin

An eight-year-old boy has to defend his home from two burglars, Harry and Marv (Pesci and Stern), after his family accidentally leaves him behind on their vacation.

National Lampoons Christmas Vacation

Having his (Chevy Chase) in-laws stay for a family vacation.

Most Popular Christmas Classic Movie in our Time

A Christmas classic drama movie to tug at your heartstrings.



























































































































What to do on Christmas with your family? Best Christmas movies you’ll want to see right by the side of your family members.  What would you do on Christmas with family and friends?

The most popular Christmas movies could get people into the holiday spirit today.  We are sure that which ever movie that you choose, you will have your family members laughing, crying, excited and hanging on to the edge of their seats.  Why do you want to watch the best Christmas movies? For many reasons.

One of the most gratifying gifts to give your family members is your time, closeness and creating memories while bonding. People are spending a lot of time trying to work around COVID-19 related issues and this is a pick me up this time of year.

This year, spend some time with your loved ones creating new Christmas memories by watching movies.

Some other fun time activities with family members during this holiday season are board games, cards, coloring books, crayons, talk, listening to music, singing, making pizza, having a picnic, going to the park, walking the dog, winter sports, watching the night sky, and even taking some photographs.


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