Blogmas Day 5: Christmas Movies!

 Today is all about Christmas movies!  We have our classics, our cult favorites, Hallmark Christmas movies, and so many more! 

The Nativity Story 

A drama that focuses on the period in Mary and Joseph's life where they journeyed to Bethlehem for the birth of Jesus.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

This one is an Easter movie, but it was really good so go ahead and watch it anyway! 

                                                 The Blessing Bracelet 

Dawn unearths a bracelet she made years earlier. She created it using four beads with the intention of using each one as a reminder to count the blessings in her life. As Dawn begins to focus on the good, her faith is renewed, and her life takes a positive turn.

A Christmas Blessing 

with Lori Loughlin 

Mandy has to take a detour for an important business and family matter. Her late aunt ran a food pantry called Angel’s Fare. After Adam Carraway (Tupper) bought the property, he needed the deed, which was in Mandy’s hands. Though this was supposed to be an easy hand-off, Mandy feels inspired by one of the food pantry’s volunteers, Otto Nessen (Hutch).

Christmas on the Range

Kendall's one holiday wish is to keep the family ranch solvent. Her rival's charming son offers help and maybe more but can he be trusted?

MY favorite Christmas movie of all time - I watch it every single year as I'm wrapping presents!  The only place to watch it is on YouTube and the recording is terrible!  But I don't care - still worth it! 

Smoky Mountain Christmas with Dolly Parton - 1986

They do have it on DVD and VHS on Amazon if you have a player!  

Country music superstar Lorna Davis (Dolly Parton) is overwhelmed and disillusioned by her career and loneliness. She plans a trip to a friend's cabin in Tennessee's Smoky Mountains to escape from Los Angeles and recuperate during the Christmas season. Upon arriving there, Lorna finds it has become the impromptu home of seven orphans who are hiding from the orphanage in town.

Meet Me in St. Louis

Divided into a series of seasonal vignettes, starting with Summer 1903, it relates the story of a year in the life of the Smith family in St. Louis leading up to the opening of the World's Fair in the spring of 1904.The film stars Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien, Mary Astor, Lucille Bremer, Tom Drake, Leon Ames, Marjorie Main, June Lockhart and Joan Carroll.

March of the Wooden Soldiers

Stannie Dum (Stan Laurel) and Ollie Dee (Oliver Hardy) rent rooms in Mother Peep's shoe in Toyland. When Mother Peep can't make her mortgage payment to evil Silas Barnaby (Harry Kleinbach), he attempts to blackmail her into having Little Bo-Peep (Charlotte Henry) marry him, despite the girl's attachment to Tom-Tom Piper. Stannie and Ollie offer their assistance to Mother Peep, Bo-Peep and Piper, and later enlist an army of wooden soldiers to battle Barnaby's cave-dwelling bogeymen.

Want more?  

Here is a blog post with Christian Christmas movies

Here is Rotten Tomatoes list of the Top 100 Christmas Movies! 


  1. There are some greate suggestions here! Thank you for sharing these. I'm going to add a couple of these to my list for this year.


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