Christmas is a multi-day celebration. Instead, Christmas evokes a variety of emotions in people all across the world. For everyone to watch, enjoy, and get into the Christmas spirit and festive mood, we have mentioned a variety of genres and stories. In this article, you’ll find everything (rom-coms, musicals, animated stories, action, and mysteries).

While most websites recommend watching the most well-liked (but annual) Christmas movies, we thought it might be fun to catch up on some holiday underdog classics. This holiday season, it will not only be a breath of fresh air, but it will also reinvigorate the Christmas spirit. You never know what ideas or inspirations you can receive from them!

1. Die Hard

Though debatable, the movie is nonetheless a Christmas holiday movie. At the beginning of the film, John McClane and his wife are kidnapped when they are in an airport. Now that his wife is being held hostage at a Christmas party in the Nakatomi Plaza, police officer John McClane must protect his daughter while also saving his estranged wife.

2. The Nightmare Before Christmas

Jack Skellington, the main character, rules Halloween Town, but he becomes weary of it. In order to be entertained, he breaks into Christmas Town. He becomes so hooked on the love of Christmas and how to make it stay forever that he starts snatching children and taking their souls.

3. Home Alone + Home Alone 2: Lost in New York

To deter robbers, an 8-year-old boy named Kevin Mc Callister is left alone at home. The video will demonstrate how infants must care for themselves at home and how they must make use of their environment to defend it. This holiday classic movie will also highlight some of the difficulties associated with living alone at home.

4. Love Actually

The main focus of the holiday romantic comedy Love Actually is the struggle for love between eight different couples. Sometimes, the kind of love we believe we desire is not the kind of love that would truly make us happy.

5. Silent Night (TV movie)

The film takes place in 1944. A German mother and her son negotiate a cease-fire between three American and three German troops in a hut on a WWII front so that they may all enjoy Christmas Eve together.