1960s - Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
This is a sweet tale with lovely animation and a warming story that is perfect for the holidays. It is suitable for all ages of people to enjoy.
1970s - The Year Without Santa Claus
When Santa clause comes down with a bad cold, Christmas is left in the hands of two elves, Jingle and Jangle. They find themselves faced with many struggles along their path, including the ever nasty Heat Miser. The perfect movie for the whole family.
1980s - National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
National Lampoon's Christmas vacation is the epitome of an in-law nightmare. During this hilarious story, Clark Griswold finds himself stuck in troubled waters, in attempts to give everyone a merry Christmas. Being PG-13, it is a great movie for both parents and teenagers to enjoy together.
1990s - Home Alone
Watch this movie the next time you think about pitching a fit with your parents... this is a story of a young boy that does just this and ends up being alone for christmas. This tragedy is the least of his worries, as he has taken it upon himself to defends his home from two robbers! Rated PG this film is great for kids and parents alike.
2000s - Elf
When Buddy the Elf (Will Ferrell) leaves him home in the North Pole in hopes of finding his real father, he is struck by reality in the heart of New York City. His childlike perspective and personality cause him to have trouble finding where he fits in. This heart warming story is suitable for all ages.
Story by Olive Donochod & Julianne Lally
Everybody knows the story about Santa Claus and how he comes down your chimney and gives you presents. To me, I think it’s kind of creepy because who sneaks into people's houses? I mean that's kind of scary. So, basically he is breaking and entering; the maximum times for breaking and entering is 1 year or more (it depends if they charge it as a misdemeanor or a felony). So to be honest, who wants to put Santa in jail, but maybe he should find a better way to deliver gifts. Or people could just update the story and find more creative ways for Santa to give you the presents.
Story by Lorya Harbison