Take a look at Stereo’s 12 Christmas Classics to watch with your family this holiday weekend. Knowing that there will be plenty of cookies and milk, egg-nog, and candy canes going around. If you happen to find that your classic is not on the list make your argument below in the comments or hit us up on social media @stereochampions.
No. 12, Bad Santa
This 2003 Classic is a gloriously rude and gleefully offensive black comedy, Bad Santa isn’t for everyone, but grinches will find it uproariously funny.
No. 11, Christmas Vacation
This 1989 Classic is a classic comedy about a family vacation that turns into a disaster.
No. 10, Die Hard
This 1988 Classic featuring John Mcclane (Bruce Willis) makes a trip to LA for Christmas. The bad guys show up, everything goes wrong and John saves the day.
No. 9, Elf
This 2003 Classic features an Elf named Buddy (Will Ferrell) rains down an ton of unsolicited christmas cheer on New Yorkers in his quest to find his Father.
No. 8, Muppet Christmas Carol
This 1992 Classic is a is full of the muppet cast takes on the Charles Dickens classic. Michael Caine (Interstellar, Inception, The Dark Knight) is the disgruntled Ebenezer Scrooge.
No. 7, Jingle All The Way
This 1996 Classic featuring Howard Langston (Arnold Schwarzenegger) saves his marriage by getting his kid the toy he wants for christmas…no seriously that’s the movie.
No. 6, This Christmas
This 2007 Classic is a great christmas family reunion movie to watch with friends or family.
No. 5, The Santa Clause
This 1994 Classic features a friends get together for a much needed reunion, excellent christmas tearjerker.
This 2000 Classic has the most highly funny, Jim Carrey shines as the Grinch. Unfortunately, it’s not enough to save this movie. You’d be better off watching the TV cartoon.
No. 3, Home Alone 2
This 1992 Classic is a featuring Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) gets left alone on christmas, again.
No. 2, It’s A Wonderful Life
This 1947 Classic is a Classic Christmas story about a man saved by a Christmas miracle.
No. 1, A Christmas Story
This 1983 Classic is a both warmly nostalgic and darkly humorous, A Christmas Story deserves its status as a holiday perennial.
This 1965 Classic repelled by the commercialism he sees around him, Charlie Brown tries to find the true meaning of Christmas.
This 2002 Classic shares a warm Christmas tale of two cousins going through hell and high water to pull off having an amazing Christmas by making sure their rent is paid in full.
This 2013 Classic features a friends get together for a much needed reunion, excellent christmas tearjerker.