Christmas is all about Christmas movies.
Oh, and also all that peace on earth stuff and the whole "be kind to your fellow man" crap, but it's mostly about movies.
That's because there's nothing better than avoiding the snow, staying in and curling up under a warm blanket with someone you love to watch a classic holiday film.
The only problem is that every channel on TV always plays the same 5 movies, that's why we figured we'd bring you our 50 best Christmas movies of all time list to remind of some of your favorite, you might have forgotten about.
Not sure how this became a classic so fast, but I love it!
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
When Santa squeezes his fat white ass down that chimney tonight, he's gonna find the jolliest bunch of assholes this side of the nuthouse.
The Polar Express
It has everything, including a creepy CGI Tom Hanks.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Adorable, yet terrifying.
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Before you watch the version with the little girl from Mrs. Doubtfire, you have to watch the original.
When you're done with your holiday decorations, you can use them a booby traps.
The Muppet Christmas Carol
The classic tale with a Muppet twist.
A Christmas Story
Back when BB guns were an acceptable Christmas gift for kids
Christmas with the Kranks
You can never have enough Tim Allen Christmas movies.
A Charlie Brown Christmas
'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men. That's what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown.'
The Nightmare Before Christmas
Not sure if Christmas or Halloween movie.
Frosty the Snowman
The best quote has to be: "I must get that hat back! Think nasty, think nasty, think nasty!"
Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
He's as cuddly as a cactus, he's as charming as an eel.
A Christmas Carol (1938)
If it's black and white and has Christmas in the title, it needs to be on this list.
The Santa Clause
One of the rare Christmas movies that features a Jewish Elf.
Yes, it's a Christmas movie, look it up!
Definitely worth watching, if only for the amazing cast.
That's right, the gremlins were actually a Christmas present.
Adam Sandler’s Eight Crazy Nights
It's half and half Christmas and Hanukkah, so it still counts.
The Hebrew Hammer
A lot of people have never seen this one, it's my #1 recommendation on the list, trust me.
Hands down, best Santa Claus of all time!
Jude Law, Cameron Diaz and Jack Black. You can't go wrong.
Probably the best Eddie Murphy movie of all time.
Santa's clumsy son Arthur gets put on a very special mission.
Bill Murray, nuff said.
Miracle on 34th Street (1994)
If Santa isn't real, how do you explain all those letters?
While You Were Sleeping
This movie shows you how it's possible to cheat on someone you've never met.
Check out the cast, you won't regret it.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
So sad that Duncan's Toy shop doesn't actually exist. At least there's FAO Schwarz.
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
Better than every other Harold and Kumar movie combined.
A Christmas Carol (2009)
Every version of this movie is great, but Jim Carrey makes this one magical!
Batman isn't a Christmas movie, but Batman 2 certainly is.
Mickey’s Christmas Carol
Disney and Christmas just go well together.
Ernest Saves Christmas
He's the only reason why we still celebrate Christmas today, he saved it.
Jingle All the Way
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Jim Carrey was made to play this role.
Friday After Next
Not your traditional Christmas movie.
The Nutcracker (1993)
I don't know why, but this movie terrified me growing up.
Great movie, but borderline morbid.
I’ll Be Home for Christmas
Take trip back in time to when JTT was still relevant
He's the reason why it snows on Christmas.
There's just something about Vince Vaughn and Christmas movies that goes well together.
Santa with Muscles
That's right, Hulk Hogan actually made a Christmas Movie.
C'mon, it has "reindeer" in the titles.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles
Yes, it's technically about thanksgiving, but it's John candy and Steve Martin!
Just like Batman, the original isn't Christmas movie, but the sequel technically is.