Best Kids Christmas Movies on HBO

Nothing can top the joy and comfort that Christmas films provide. The Christmas films are sure to bring joy, but it’s the experience that makes it a cherished celebration for both young and old. Even though your family might already have a few classics (Home Alone is an obvious choice), Consider adding something new to your collection by looking through these Christmas films on HBO Max.

In this list, you must watch a wide selection of movies from the Christmases of long ago, as well as some newer selections that kids can recognize. While this list doesn’t have a ton of Christmas romantic comedies (head towards Hallmark Channel or Lifetime for those). There are many timeless films (Holiday Affair), funny Christmas movies (Elf), and even one or two horror films for those who need an eerie holiday fright.

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Best Christmas Movies For Kids on HBO

While HBO Max doesn’t offer a trial at no cost, consider your monthly membership ($14.99/month) for an investment that keeps giving, particularly since you’ll be able to return to these films (and hundreds of others!) whenever you’d like, even for a long time after the season has ended.

Elf (2003)

It’s impossible not to love Buddy the Elf at Christmas time. Heartfelt and hilarious, the film about an elf-led human being at the North Pole captures everything we enjoy about the season of giving, Singing Christmas songs (loud for everyone to listen to) and quality time with the family and sugary sweets (think Breakfast spaghetti).

A Christmas Story (1983)

A list of no lists is incomplete without An A-Christmas Story! TBS shows this classic holiday film for 24 hours straight between the days of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but here you can catch it at any time, from anywhere. You likely know how the story unfolds, so let’s claim that this film gave us the famous leg lamp and Red Ryder BB guns.

A Christmas Story 2 (2012)

Did you have any idea there was a sequel? The cast is different this time; however, the antics are like something you’ve seen. In this episode of the story, a teen named Ralphie crashes his car before even getting off the parking lot, and he gathers his friends to earn some money to fix it.

Four Christmases (2008)

The title implies that Brad (Vince Vaughn) and Kate (Reese Witherspoon) are forced to put their plans for a vacation in a bind and enjoy the holidays together with family members. That’s four houses in one day.

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)

We believe Cousin Eddie will agree with us: The Griswolds are the perfect gift that never stops giving. They first came to our attention during their trip through Wally World, but this time, Clark Griswold is trying to make the Christmas of his family the most memorable one to date -But, of course, some issues don’t go as they had planned.

The Polar Express (2004)

All aboard! Look inside the adored children’s story written by Chris Van Allsburg by watching this animated movie, with Tom Hanks as the conductor. Even if you’ve seen the film hundreds of times (we’re guessing that it’s been watched a million times), there are always some interesting facts about the power of believing, especially in the case where Santa Claus is in the picture.

Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

If you need convincing to believe that Santa Claus is the authentic Santa Claus, Look at the next page. In this classic for families, Kris Kringle is put to court to prove his authenticity and reminds us that “faith is believing in something even when common sense says that you shouldn’t.”

Deck the Halls (2016)

Decorate the halls with lighting, lights, and more lights! Following the time that Danny (Danny Devito) declares the plan is to brighten the house with enough lights that create a visible distance, Steve goes on a mission to surpass his rival. As expected, chaos ensues.

Jack Frost (1998)

This film is bound to pull the heartstrings of your soul. Jack Frost (Michael Keaton) has always put his rock career before his wife and son Charlie (Joseph Cross) till it’s time to let them go. After his dad’s abrupt death, Charlie sings on his harmonica, and his father is miraculously brought back to life as the snowman.

Fred Claus (2007)

Learn about your Claus family members in a completely different way. In this film, the saintly Old saint Nicholas (Paul Giamatti) is at war with his naughty brother, Fred (Vince Vaughn). After getting himself into an incident of a different kind, Nicholas sends Fred to the North Pole to pay off his debts.

Black Christmas (2019)

Take a break from the Christmas cheer (for the time being) and let yourself be swept away by the terrors that Christmas offers. Not bright and cheerful, the film is about four sisters in a sorority trying to beat the campus killer on the loose.

Scooby Doo: Haunted Holidays (2012)

Join Scooby-Doo Shaggy and their pals as they attempt to flee from a snowman causing chaos within the city. In hiding, they discover that the snowman put an evil curse on the shop’s haunted clock tower in the past. And now the snowman is attempting to claim what’s his.

A Christmas Wedding Tail (2011)

After Rusti and Cherri discover a sweet love for themselves, They’re determined to share the same thing with their owner Susan (Jennie Garth) and Jake (Brad Rowe). Although the two initially get along, things get complicated for the two dogs when they mix their families.

Holiday Affair (1949)

Nothing is more romantic than Christmas romance — and Connie (Janet Leigh) has plenty to spare as the two Steve (Robert Mitchum) and Carl (Wendell Corey) are fighting to win her heart. The question of the million dollars: Will she lead by her head or with her heart?

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