Pop in this Disney animated feature for a movie night that kids of all ages will enjoy, but be warned—your family may not be able to “Let it go!”
Grab the tissues! This heartwarming story about a young boy dealing with the loss of his dad will make you laugh and cry.
There’s nothing Arnold Schwarzenegger won’t do to make sure his son gets the toy of his dreams for Christmas.
Jonathan Taylor Thomas gets stranded in the dessert by rival classmates, and must make it home to his family before the holidays.
Belle, the Beast, Mrs. Potts, Chip, and all of your favorite magical characters are back in this sequel that is almost as delightful as the classic tale as old as time.
Everyone’s favorite mischievous New Yorker tries her hand at matchmaking in this holiday spinoff starring Julie Andrews.
This 1968 favorite will serve up major nostalgia for the adults, while enchanting the kids, as well.
A rambunctious donkey teams up with a sheep, a dove, and some camels, and together they follow the star that leads them to the site of the First Christmas.
In this 2009 rendition, Scrooge is played by Jim Carrey, who hilariously learns the true meaning of Christmas thanks to a visit from three ghosts.
Everyone's favorite ogre tries to get in the spirit of the season, but gets a little derailed by Donkey, Puss in Boots, and his other fairytale friends.
There are many lessons to be learned from Buddy the Elf, played by Will Ferrell. For one, "The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing for all to hear." Oh, and that maple syrup can go on spaghetti.
Inspired by Jean Shepherd's book, this beloved holiday movie features an iconic leg lamp, an improbable Christmas gift wish, and so much more.
A red-nosed reindeer and an elf who dreams of being a dentist serve as an example that our differences are what make us special.
When 8-year-old Kevin is left, well, home alone, he has to fend for himself and protect his family's house from two robbing con men. For a movie marathon, !
This holiday film reminds us that seeing isn't always believing. Plus, who wouldn't want a steaming cup of hot chocolate delivered with a song and a dance?
Watch this adorable animated short together, then go outside and build your own snowman!
What happens when you accidentally become the man in the red suit? Tim Allen will make the whole family laugh as he attempts to avoid his fate as Santa. And in , he returns in search of his Mrs. Claus.
Jim Carrey portrays the mean, green Grinch in this live-action version of the classic Dr. Seuss tale.
This is probably the least frightening version of A Christmas Carol, thanks to the Muppets' humor and lovability.
Although there's debate over whether or not this is actually a Christmas movie (some argue it's more of a Halloween flick), the Tim Burton-produced picture completely captures the spirit of the holiday.
Everyone's favorite mouse uncovers the true spirit of the holidays in three sweet stories.
The Miser Brothers must work out their differences and prove to Santa that the children of Southtown still believe in him.
Santa's goofy but good-hearted son Arthur sets out to deliver a forgotten present.
In this festive franchise installment, Po has to choose between his family and his responsibility to host the annual Winter Feast at the Jade Palace.