Christmas is in the air! After the hustle of the year 2016, its time to relax and enjoy the holiday with family and friends.
To help you map out your holiday movie mega-marathon, we've put together a list of 4 Christmas movies that are the perfect way to distract yourself from the turn of another year.
Home Alone (1990)
In case you missed this funny movie in previous years, its time to make up for the missed fun.
Home Alone stars Macaulay Culkin as a boy, Kevin who is accidentally left behind when his family goes to Paris for a holiday.
As Kevin's parents struggle to get back to him, he ends up having to defend his home from robbers (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern) who are determined to make their Christmas cheer by stealing everything in the house.
The Best Man Holiday (2013)
If you want a holiday tearjerker with solid performances and plenty of eye candy, just watch The Best Man Holiday, the (far superior) sequel to 1999's The Best Man.
In this film, a group of friends stage a Big Chill– style reunion to celebrate Christmas together with all the trimmings: food, fights, football, and tragedy.
The cast includes Morris Chestnut, Monica Calhoun, Taye Diggs, Sanaa Lathan, Regina Hall, and Terrence Howard; they make the most of the melodramatic material, turning in performances that will have you cry-laughing into your eggnog.
A Madea Christmas (2013)
You will enjoy this emotional and funny movie.
Madea gets coaxed into helping a friend pay her daughter a surprise visit in the country for Christmas, but that's not the surprise, the biggest surprise is what they'll find when they arrive.
As the small, rural town prepares for its annual Christmas Jubilee, new secrets are revealed, and old relationships are tested while Madea dishes her brand of Christmas Spirit to all.
A Bride for Christmas (2012)
After Jessie Patterson (Arielle Kebbel) calls off her third engagement - at the altar! - she swears off serious relationships until she finds "the one."
That is, until charming but chronically single Aiden MacTiernan (Andrew Walker) comes along. Unbeknownst to Jessie, Aiden has bet his friends that he can convince a woman to marry him by Christmas - which is only four weeks away - and Jessie is the target of his bet. As Aiden attempts to court Jessie by first hiring her to decorate his apartment, Jessie looks to her sister, roommate and interior design company partner, Vivian (Kimberly Sustad) as her closest confidant.
To complicate matters, Jessie is doggedly pursued by her most recent ex-fiance, Mike (Sage Brocklebank), who still wants to marry her. When Aiden finds himself falling for Jessie too, will he call off the bet and truly pursue her?