Christmas Classics: Films

Dear painters, it’s nearly Christmas. Do you feel the holiday cheer fill you yet? If you don’t, I know just the way to help you feel it… Turn on your Christmas tree lights, get some eggnog and a blanket, and snuggle up with these movies.

They’re in chronological order, because I’m such a diverse person, I decided to bring you the best of the last 80 years! Enjoy 😉

It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)

We’ve talked about this one in this other movie post, but it’s so amazing and beautiful, I decided to remind you it existed. Watch it this Christmas, it’s incredibly inspiring!

Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

A story about believing in Santa again? Also a critique to the rampant consumerism and how it eclipses the true Christmas spirit? This movie is so adorable it’s sure to make some of your stars twinkle!

A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

Everyone knows Charlie Brown, so what’s better than a bunch of your favorite characters gathering together to help you live a wonderful Christmas adventure? Join them!

Gremlins (1984)

The only horror movie Christmas allows! It’s also a comedy, so it won’t feel too much like Halloween. Plus, it’s filled with fuzzy creatures… Evil ones, tho!

How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)

The Grinch is such a classic, you should be ashamed if you haven’t seen it already. Absolutely heart-warming! Plus, there’s an older cartoon version, even more true to Dr. Seuss’ story. How could one say no to that?

The Polar Express (2004)

I’m betting you’ve seen this one, I still remember watching it when it was coming out about 10 years ago! The sweetest movie to watch with little ones around and to help revive that Christmas jolly.

What are your favorite Christmas movies, painters? There are so many classics to watch!

Enjoy your holidays and, as always, stay awesome,



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