Perhaps we tired always see the same Christmas movies. So temporarily reconciled with the world and our fate, we get a movie about Christmas. And of course in such movies can not miss Santa, more or less successful. Santa brings a charisma to a movie and extra flavor.
10. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
Nothing is more pleasant than to spend a Christmas in family, especially if you have a large family. Chevy Chase is not always very nice, perhaps exaggerating a lot, but for Christmas comedies is perfect. Especially Santa suits him perfectly. And in “Christmas Vacation”, the role of head of family that planning a party where all the family members are invited, fit him like a glove.
09. All I Want for Christmas
“All I Want For Christmas” is a comedy about two kids from New York that launch a hilarious scheme to get what they want most for Christmas. Ethan, who is actually the older brother and adorable Hallie, who knows how to escape from a difficult situation, they’re going to spend Christmas with their parents, Catherine and Michael, and their grandmother, Lillian. Once started the adventure of the two, almost nothing goes exactly as they planned.
A baby from the orphanage, slip in the bag of Santa Claus and comes to be adopted by an elf. The child grows in a year as others in their life, without to suspect how different it is. Until one day when Buddy fined the horrible truth namely that he is not an elf. Crossing the land of lollipops, Buddy reach New York, knowing that his father is on the list of “children” who were not obedient.
07. Fred Claus
The superstar comedian, Vince Vaughn plays the older brother of Santa Claus, the opposite of this, Saint Nicholas. North Pole childhood was not very easy for Fred, as he was constantly compared to his brother. No matter how he tried, he could never equal Nicholas Claus (Paul Giamatti), who was a saint. Nick has become the embodiment of Christmas with his philanthropy and actions, while older brother, Fred has become exactly the opposite.
06. Jingle All the Way
While many are struggling to buy for their children the perfect gift, others are not ready to meet the spirit of the holidays. As a prosperous businessman who can not afford to refuse any customers in the last minute, Howard Langston is back on track to lose a ceremony honoring his son. Howard loves his family, but apparently fails to find enough time for his wife and son, Jamie.
05. The Polar Express
I’m sure if there was no cartoon, “The Polar Express” with Tom Hanks in the flesh, would have had even a greater success. I think it’s one of the few roles that I have not seen and it’s a shame. I’m sure that he convinces us all that Santa Claus exists. Even so, the movie gives us a great and relaxing journey in a white world full of mysteries.
04. A Christmas Story
“A Christmas Story” is the story of Ralphie, a 9-year-old kid, who dreams of Red Rider BB gun and try to convince everyone that this is the perfect gift for Christmas. But all his efforts to convince everyone encounter the wall of denial of his parents, the teacher and even Santa Claus himself. The Christmas is coming and Ralphie visits Santa at the department stores hoping to get the desired gift.
03. Bad Santa
“Bad Santa” gets into the category of funny comedy but not for children, especially if they were obedient. It is an original comedy in which you will leave amused by Billy Bob Thornton 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. This Santa is a burglar, alcoholic and womanizer.
02. The Santa Clause
Of course if we speak about comedies, we need to talk about Tim Allen and his role in The Santa Clause and its sequels, charisma and his role as naturally created a very human Santa. And the story is crazy fun; you almost want to be true. The fact is that more than willingly nilly, Tim Allen will not come only in the suit of Santa but also will come in the skin of Santa and will be guided by some cute reindeer in the world full of toys and elves at the North Pole. Here, they drink cocoa, milk and everyone works to increase children’s toy factory.
01. Miracle on 34th Street
This movie is for those who, regardless of age, have not fully matured and enjoy the magic of Christmas, “Miracle on 34th Street”. “Miracle on 34th Street” benefit of a wise Santa, humane and sensitive, in the perfect interpretation of Richard Attenborough. What would happen if one day you meet a man who claims that he really is Santa Claus? Not just an employee of a shopping center, but also a true Santa Claus at the North Pole.