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Fargo: Set in the winter of 1987 in Minnesota, small town sherriff Marge Gunderson (Francis McDormand) uncovers a plot full of familial drama, money, and murder. A classic by the Minnesota native Coen brothers, Fargo is the perfect winter drama.
Elf: In this holiday classic, human being Buddy is accidentally transported to the North Pole as a toddler and is raised as an elf. Played by none other than Will Ferrel, Buddy goes to New York City in search of his father in full elf attire. After a DNA test confirms they are related, Buddy’s father, Walter Hobbs (James Caan), reluctantly begins building a relationship with his naive, Christmas-loving son.
Ice Age: In a prehistoric world, before humans ever walked the planet, there were animals. This Blue Sky Studios animated movie tells the story of a mammoth and his friends transversing the icy terrain, where danger is lurking all around.
A Christmas Story: Set in the 1940’s, A Christmas Story tells the hilarious tales of Ralphie and his family as they prepare for the year’s Christmas traditions — except that everything that can go wrong, does.
Little Women: In the 1860’s, four independent sisters are on their own journey. They face challenges regarding poverty, and redefine what it means to be a woman. The sisters aren’t perfect, but they discover what it means to be a family.
Home Alone: Eight-year-old Kevin McCallister (Malcauly Culkin) must protect his home from a pair of holiday season burglars after being forgotten at home by his family during a Christmas vacation.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: During World War II, with tensions high, four siblings are sent away from the chaos. They end up in a different world, where an evil queen is after them, and they must enlist the help of a lion and train to defeat her.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation: The Griswold family is the perfect image of an American nuclear family, complete with the immensely overbearing (and funny) stress of making this Christmas even better than the last.