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              Holiday Spectacular

              The Top 8 Family Christmas & Holiday Movies

              The best family Christmas movies delight every member of the family and get better and better as you watch them year after year.
              From 60s classics to new releases, these movies will get your crew into the holiday spirit.

              How the Grinch Stole Christmas

              This well-regarded TV special from 1966—the first time a Dr. Seuss book came to life on-screen—continues to delight families year after year. And at a 26-minute run time, it’s the best Christmas movie for little ones with short attention spans.

              A still from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" showing the Grinch stealing a Christmas treeA still from "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" showing the Grinch stealing a Christmas tree

              The Snowy Day

              Based on the beloved children’s book by Ezra Jack Keats, this 38-minute special tells the sweet and simple story of Peter traveling to the end of his block to retrieve a holiday dish. With themes of gratitude, community, and diversity, it’s a perfect way to celebrate the season’s true values.

              A still from "The Snowy Day": Peter standing in the season's first snowA still from "The Snowy Day": Peter standing in the season's first snow

              A Charlie Brown Christmas

              One of the most beloved family Christmas movies of all time, Charlie Brown emphasizes the deeper meaning of the season. The endearing characters, simple animation, and lively music come together for a charming movie that will make kids and adults alike smile.

              A still "A Charlie Brown Christmas" showing all the kids ice skating with SnoopyA still "A Charlie Brown Christmas" showing all the kids ice skating with Snoopy

              The Muppet Christmas Carol

              This musical take on Dickens’ tale, infused with Muppet madness, is funny and heartwarming, and a nice first introduction to the classic story.

              A still from "The Muppet Christmas Carol" with various characters crowded around a Christmas dinnerA still from "The Muppet Christmas Carol" with various characters crowded around a Christmas dinner

              Klaus

              This Netflix family Christmas movie from 2019 has beautiful animation and a heartwarming story of friendship, kindness, and holiday tradition. The film, which stars Jason Schwartzmnn, J.K. Simmons, and Rashida Jones, is sure to become a modern holiday classic.

              A still from "Klaus", Santa holding Jesper in a bagA still from "Klaus", Santa holding Jesper in a bag

              Full Court Miracle

              In this made-for-TV Disney movie, based on a true story, a teen tries to turn around his Jewish high school’s basketball team by persuading a former college player to be their coach. Set during Hanukkah, and ending with a menorah lighting, this holiday family movie blends Judaism and basketball in an unexpected way that just works.

              A still from "Full Court Miracle", the main character and his parents lighting a menorahA still from "Full Court Miracle", the main character and his parents lighting a menorah

              Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

              This year’s feel-good Netflix holiday family movie tells the story of an eccentric toymaker, his bright granddaughter, and a magical invention. The strong story is only topped by the show-stopping soundtrack.

              A still from "Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey" showing Journey surrounded by magical lightsA still from "Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey" showing Journey surrounded by magical lights

              Home Alone

              The blockbuster hit, often known as one of the best family Christmas movies ever, celebrates its 30-year anniversary this winter, making it the perfect time to revisit this childhood favorite–and introduce your kids to Kevin McCallister’s antics.

              A still from "Home Alone", Kevin is decorating his Christmas tree and a man is looking at him through a windowA still from "Home Alone", Kevin is decorating his Christmas tree and a man is looking at him through a window