Must Watch Christmas Movie
If you’re reading this, then you are probably ready to get into the Christmas spirit. This is a good thing! A great way to do this is by watching some classic Christmas movies. The ones that we all know and love. The following list will help you get started on your quest for the perfect Christmas movie.
A Christmas Story
If you haven’t seen A Christmas Story, then you’ve missed out on a classic holiday film. The movie is based on the short story “A Christmas Story,” written by Jean Shepherd and first published in 1953. It follows the adventures of Ralphie Parker as he gets obsessed with getting an official Red Ryder Carbine-Action 200-Shot Range Model Air Rifle for Christmas from Santa Claus.
While the story has been adapted into other mediums. Including a Broadway musical, book series, and annual telethon that airs on TNT. Nevertheless, It’s most well known for its 1983 big-screen adaptation directed by Bob Clark (who also directed Porky’s). In it, Peter Billingsley plays Ralphie Parker and Darren McGavin plays his father with delightful results. Which is impossible not to fall in love with these characters after watching this movie!
The film was released in November 1983 during the Thanksgiving weekend. Alongside other classics like National Lampoon’s Vacation and Risky Business. But it would go on to become one of the most popular holiday movies ever made. Thanks to its heartwarming tale and timeless message about family traditions.
This movie is based on a short story. Which reminds you not to shoot your eyes out with a bb gun.
This movie is based on a short story by John Cheever. The movie reminds you not to shoot your eyes out with a bb gun. And it’s set in the 1940s in New England. The movie was released in 1983 and is rated R for violence, language, some sexuality/nudity, and drug use.
This is one of the best Christmas movies, and I definitely recommend that you watch it.
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