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Christmas Movies to Watch Over Winter Break on Freeform

Written By: Grizel Morales

With the semester coming to an end, what many students want to do is enjoy their winter break. Well, there is no better way to enjoy winter break than getting into the holiday spirit by watching Christmas movies on Freeform. Freeform is a cable network that this year is having its “25 Days of Christmas” by providing its audience with uninterrupted Christmas movies throughout the day from December 1 to December 25.

Below I have provided top favorite movies that you should not miss this month from Freeform:

1. Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas
In the magical land of Whoville, live the Whos who love Christmas. However, outside Whoville we have the Grinch who hates Christmas and plans to ruin Christmas. The Grinch plans to steal Christmas from the Whos, but meets a small child who tries to be friends with him.

How The Grinch Stole Christmas is my favorite Christmas movie because it is funny and Jim Carrey is in it. It just shows how people can change throughout the holiday. It’s a childhood favorite,” said Nadia Adams, a college student from Aurora University.

2. Elf
Buddy was a baby in an orphanage that ended up in the North Pole and was raised by elves. Later, as he turns into an adult human, Santa allows him to go to New York City to find his father. As Buddy goes in search of his father, throughout the movie we see his adventures and experiences in the human culture.

3. The Polar Express
A story of young boy who boards a magical train on Christmas Eve, headed to the North Pole to meet Santa Claus. Throughout his adventure he learns about friendship, the Christmas spirit, and that Santa does exist to only those who believe.

If you want to get into the holiday spirit, do not miss any of the movies listed above on Freeform. You can find Freeform’s “25 Days of Christmas” movie schedule at
https://freeform.go.com/25-days-of-christmas/schedule. As for myself, I will be enjoying my winter break by watching The Polar Express. Happy Holidays!

Sources
“25 Days of Christmas Schedule.” Freeform.com, freeform.go.com /25-days-of-christmas/ schedule.