The 5 best movies to avoid being bored in Christmas holidays
Between Christmas and New Year celebration you need to take time to chill out. And nothing better than...movies! Check the list.
by Margarida Gamboa
OH OH OH! With Christmas it’s usual to take some vacation time. Before Christmas day you are surely running for the last gifts and family visits. Maybe we are preparing the Christmas Eve too. But between Christmas and New Year celebration you need to take time to chill out. And nothing better than...movies! Check the list.
The sound of music (1966)
The most magical and passionate true story of movie history. A spirited woman, Maria (Julie Andrews), leaves the convent to become the nurse of the seven children of Captain Von Trapp. Von Trapp is a strict widower aristocrat. But music will unite this family. A story of courage and unity. A must-have classic.
Home Alone (1990)
This is The Christmas Comedy! Whether you love it or hate it, it doesn't matter, you have to watch it! This is the story of Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin), an accidentally forgotten child when his family goes on a Christmas trip. Kevin makes the most of the situation with the house to himself until two very messy bad guys try to rob it. Kevin will defend the house with very hilarious situations.
Love Actually (2003)
How not to love this movie? Filled with stars, a movie set in London on Christmas Eve that revolves around the lives and loves of a group of people. These people cross each other and throughout the movie the links are perceived. Go laugh, cry, thrill and have a great time!
Harry Potter (2001-2011)
Harry Potter is that great movie to watch in a warm room, curled up on the couch, with a blanket and a bucket of popcorn. With one advantage: there are eight movies to watch! The story of this sorcerer who discovers at the age of 11 that he is a wizard when invited to study at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry has already won over kids and adults. It's a perfect family movie.
Polar Express (2004)
Based on a book by Chris Van Allsburg, Polar Express is an exciting story about a boy who didn't believe in Santa Claus. On Christmas Eve, you're in your room when you see a train coming in the window: a train to the North Pole waiting for you. In a movie full of songs, adventures and messages, every child on this trip will discover what is missing to complete.