Like every year I can not wait to come the Christmas to enjoy the peace and quiet of this wonderful holiday. It’s actually about the Christmas comedies, just right for this part of mini-vacation. So it’s time to entertain us. Sure you will find in this selection a few movies that will make you smile more often this Christmas.
10. Deck the Halls
We start with a very sensational movie “Deck the Halls”, but not with a special charm and charisma, especially because the story and actors, Danny DeVito and Matthew Broderick. The movie has enough comic phases, full of color and a positive end. It’s a relaxing holiday comedy, focused on the story of two neighbors in a small town from New England entering in war with each other when one of them decides wants to decorate the house with so many Christmas lights that are visible from space.
09. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
Bad luck will follow the hero; his life becomes a nightmare despite the good intentions and will take place all sorts of bizarre and funny accidents. The result will be a must-see Christmas classic that you will laugh out loud. Not to mention the excellent dialogue full of memorable lines.
08. The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
Christmas lovers will enjoy the third film in the series “The Santa Clause 3″, where Tim Allen wear red suit again for new fairy adventures and several funny jokes. In the movie will come a new character played by Martin Short, Jack Frost “I invented chill!”, Which will impede. If it will not be able to save the situation, would be a terrible cold at the North Pole and around the world.
07. Bad Santa
Bad Santa is a comedy that will leave you amused by Billy Bob Thorton in the role of Santa Claus who does not care about Christmas and winter holidays. If you were familiar with the image of a genial white-bearded Santa, red cheeks and a big bag of toys in the back, Bad Santa is a real surprise. Santa is an alcoholic and womanizer robber.
06. Grumpy Old Men
“Grumpy Old Men” is a frothy comedy that it is in the spotlight on two sixties friends, best friends for a lifetime, Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. Although they know, love and respect is known since the two have made a habit to tease and make their pranks. There is not a Christmas classic comedy, but a lot of snow, love is in the air and Christmas also has an important role in the film.
05. The Santa Clause 2
Because Tim Allen had a huge success with the role of Santa in “The Santa Clause”, its producers have made us a gift almost as funny as, “The Santa Clause 2″ (2002). This time Tim Allen learns that in his Santa Claus duties, enter and the need to find a wife, a Mrs. Christmas before Christmas. With only 28 days remain he decides to return it home and ask for the help of his son, Charlie.
04. How the Grinch Stole Christmas
One of the most successful films of the man with 1001 faces Jim Carrey, “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” is a classic Christmas movie. You can gather the whole family near the tree and watch the transformation of ugly Grinch, who hates everything about people and who hates the Christmas. The end of the movie will make Grinch to understand that the spirit of Christmas is more than toys and tree ornaments.
03. Jingle All the Way
Some of the unwritten traditions of Christmas are presents. Never forget to buy gifts for loved ones for Christmas. What would you do if, on Christmas Eve, did you realize that you forgot to buy your child a gift that you’re loved like light eyes? At these questions will have to answer Arnold Schwarzenegger in “Jingle All the Way”, engaged in an infernal race to regain the love of beloved.
Do you want to escape on Christmas in a wonderful world? Then choose Elf, which is a great comedy for all ages, which takes you into the world of dreams and fills your soul with good and beautiful thoughts. Crossing the lollipops land, Buddy reach at New York with emotions, knowing that his father is on the list of “children” who were not obedient. Here he meets his brother and manages to cause enormous chaos before the winter holidays.
0. The Santa Clause
Tim Allen is Scott Calvin, a divorced father who is a very difficult relationship with his son Charlie (Eric Lloyd) until the fate turns it into… Santa Clause. The real Santa falls off the roof and Scott dress in clothes like Santa. In just a moment he and his son reach at the North Pole where he meets Bernard (David Krumholtz), leprechauns who tell him there is a “contract clause” which stipulates that one who wears clothes of Santa Claus gets all its responsibilities. Scott is not too excited about the sudden change of profession, but Charlie is happy.