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Holiday Movie Marathon Ideas

Holiday Movie Marathon Ideas

Turn on the Christmas lights, snuggle up and don’t forget to pass the popcorn. Not many things are better than movie night with your family or your BFF’s.  Get ready to laugh, cry or both with these holiday favorites.

Unaccompanied Minors

Thanks to a blizzard, a group of kids get stuck at the airport without their parents on Christmas Eve. The cast, who are wildly different from one another, end up creating hilarious chaos for an uptight airport official and his assistant.

Let It Snow

When a snowstorm hits a small town on Christmas Eve, the friendships and lives of several high school students become intertwined. Let It Snow is a rom-com that'll make you laugh and say "awww."

The Holiday Calendar

When Abby, a struggling photographer, inherits an Advent calendar, she didn't know that her life was about to change. The calendar can magically predict her future, and it's predicting a new romance.

A Cinderella Story: A Christmas Wish

The movie follows an inspiring singer named Kat, whose evil stepmother and two stepsisters make her life more than difficult. To follow her dreams, Kat picks up a job dressing up as an elf, but everything changes when she starts falling for Santa.


The humor of the classic movie, Elf, makes it a perfect Christmas movie for teens. It follows a child-like man named Buddy who was mistakenly sent to the North Pole and raised among Santa's elves. Now, he's on a mission to find his real dad and build a relationship with him, no matter how awkward the process might be.

I’ll Be Home for Christmas

Jake hasn't been home since his mother died and dad remarried, but his father offered him a deal. If he made it to Christmas dinner, he'd offer him his Porsche. Jake accepts the deal, but he soon learns that getting to New York isn't as easy as it seems when everything that can go wrong, does.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

This classic is the perfect holiday movie for the whole family, but the Grinch's jokes will have teens rolling on the floor. The Grinch is a rude, bitter creature who hates Christmas and wants to ruin it for everyone else. But little does he know the sweet Cindy Lou Who is about to derail all his plans.

Home Alone

This one is on the list simply because it's one of the best Christmas movies of all time. When Kevin's parents mistakenly leave him at home as they head out to the airport, Kevin's wish that he had no family kind of comes true. But being home alone isn't as fun when two con men are trying to rob your house. Now, Kevin's determined to (hilariously) defend his home.

Christmas With the Kranks

Facing their first Christmas without their daughter, Blair, the Kranks decide to go on a Caribbean cruise instead. Their lack of Christmas spirit really upsets their neighbors. Then, Blair announces that she is coming home for Christmas after all, forcing the Kranks to get into the holiday mood quickly.


Based on the popular tale, A Christmas Carol. This movie is a reminder of what's important during the holidays. Frank is a successful, but cold TV executive who's about to learn some important lessons. After firing a staff member, he's visited by a couple of ghosts who will make him reevaluate his life and his actions.

Fred Claus

Fred is Santa's troublemaking, criminal brother. Fred ends up in big trouble and Santa, aka St. Nick, tries to help him out by giving him a job at the North Pole making toys. But Fred ends up being more of a headache than St. Nick ever imagined.

The Knight Before Christmas

Brooke is a high school science teacher who isn't really into the idea of love, but a knight named Sir Cole who's really from the 14th century is about to show her that she doesn't really know herself as well as she thinks she does.

Happy Holidays from 3T’s Boutique!

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