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Holiday Movie Marathon

Is there anything more comforting than curling up on a chilly day, with a warm blanket, watching a class holiday movie? This month, St. Charles Village residents are enjoying a combination of beloved favourites and

newer holiday flicks, and we've compiled a list that we think everyone would enjoy (sorry, popcorn and hot chocolate not included):

  1. It's a Wonderful Life (1946) - A heartwarming tale about the impact one person can have on the lives of others.

  2. A Christmas Carol (1984) - Based on Charles Dickens' classic, various adaptations like the one starring George C. Scott capture the essence of the holiday spirit.

  3. Home Alone (1990) - A hilarious and heartwarming story of a young boy accidentally left behind during Christmas vacation.

  4. Elf (2003) - Will Ferrell stars as Buddy, a human raised by elves, on a quest to find his real father in New York City.

  5. A Christmas Story (1983) - Follow the misadventures of a young boy named Ralphie as he tries to convince everyone that a Red Ryder BB gun is the perfect Christmas gift.

  6. The Polar Express (2004) - An animated adventure about a young boy's magical journey to the North Pole on a magical train.

  7. Miracle on 34th Street (1947) - A heartwarming story about a man claiming to be Santa Claus and the trial that determines his authenticity.

  8. How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966) - The classic animated adaptation of Dr. Seuss' tale about the Grinch who tries to ruin Christmas for the Whos in Whoville.

  9. Love Actually (2003) - A romantic comedy that weaves multiple Christmas-themed love stories set in London.

  10. Die Hard (1988) - While a debated choice, this action-packed film set during Christmas has become a holiday classic for some.

  11. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989) - A comedic look at the chaos that can ensue during the holidays with the Griswold family.

  12. White Christmas (1954) - A musical film featuring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye, known for its iconic song and dance numbers.

  13. The Holiday (2006) - A romantic comedy about two women who swap homes for the holidays and find unexpected love.

  14. Scrooged (1988) - A modern retelling of A Christmas Carol, starring Bill Murray as a cynical TV executive.

  15. The Santa Clause (1994) - Tim Allen stars in this family comedy about a man who accidentally becomes Santa Claus.


Whether you prefer heartwarming classics or laugh-out-loud comedies, there's a Christmas movie for everyone on this list! From all of at St. Charles Village, we hope that you have a wonderful holiday season - may your days be merry, your company be delightful, and your memories be heartwarming!





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