Christmas, Christmas movies: Why do we like them?
The annual holiday movie marathon will begin in January, but with only a handful of films slated to be shown during the month, the holidays are in full swing.
We’ve rounded up some of the best Christmas movies available in the digital world, and the countdown to the start of the holidays begins here.1.
The Christmas Truce (2015)Director: John BoormanThe first Christmas movie to be nominated for an Academy Award, The Christmas Tour was released in 2015, and is still a big hit in its home country of Sweden.
It is a tale of the war against communism in the 1980s, where a man from a rural area who has lost his job and is trying to earn a living by building a Christmas tree is forced to take a holiday to visit his family in the nearby village.
The film’s cast is excellent, with Peter Ustinov playing a local who is a communist and who becomes a man of the people.
The cast also includes the voice of Martin Freeman, who plays a fellow communist, and Milla Jovovich, who is portrayed by the Oscar-nominated actress Kristen Bell.2.
The Great Gatsby (2014)Director, Jonathan DaytonThis adaptation of the 19th century classic is a movie that most people would probably love to watch, but the best way to enjoy it is to just watch it and forget about it.
It’s a classic, and it’s also one of the few movies that can be watched on its own without having to worry about whether the director is actually capable of delivering the movie that you want to see.
There are a few moments where the director has some fun, such as when he tells a joke about the title of the film, but it’s ultimately not that funny.
The story is told with a sense of tragedy, as the title suggests, and this is something that can only be experienced through a movie.
The film also stars Kate Winslet, who had a career as a model before becoming a singer.3.
The Godfather Part II (1974)Director; Peter WeirOne of the greatest films in the history of cinema, The God-father Part Two (1974), is the most famous movie in the series, and one that is one of Hollywood’s most beloved films.
The series is often considered to be a precursor to the modern-day Golden Age of Hollywood, as it features a rich history of corruption in American society.
But this film also features a number of controversial elements.
One of the most prominent elements in the film is the introduction of the Mafia, a criminal organization that is not only a part of American society, but also a symbol of the corruption of American politics.
This is not the only controversial element of the movie, however.
The movie is also riddled with sexual innuendo and violence, which is something many people might not like.
It also features the first ever murder of a politician in the United States.4.
The Lord of the Rings (2001)Director J.R.
R TolkienOne of his most iconic works, The Lord Of The Rings is one that will always be an enduring classic, even in the modern age.
The fantasy story is about the rise of Sauron from the depths of Mordor to become the Dark Lord of Middle Earth.
The trilogy follows a young hobbit named Frodo Baggins (Christopher Lee), who becomes the Lord of The Rings and must deal with his quest for revenge against the evil forces that have risen in Middle Earth, including the evil King Sauron (Ian McKellen).
In a recent interview, Tolkien said of his work: “It is the greatest fantasy of the 20th century, the greatest work of literature and the greatest film of all time.
And yet I have always said, it’s only my children that know how great it is.”5.
The Lion King (1994)Director and screenwriter Steven SpielbergThe Lion King is one film that will forever be known for its iconic theme song, and many will tell you that the song is a perfect representation of the way Disney’s animated feature was designed.
This is one Disney-produced film that many people are also fond of, and so, many people will watch it as a Christmas movie.
But the Lion King, as well as many other Disney movies, are also quite violent.
This film is also one that has many critics on its side.
The original movie, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, was one of Disney’s most controversial films, with critics saying that the film had a “moral tone” and was meant to be seen as a “tragedy.”
The Lion Kingdom also featured a number a scenes that some people found objectionable, and in one of these scenes, a woman’s head is chopped off.6.
Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)Director George LucasGeorge Lucas’ first major hit film, Star Wars was released on May