Top 10 underrated Christmas movies

Christmas is less than a week away, and you only have so much time to enjoy some Christmas movies in advance. we are in Nerd Stash I would recommend adding these 10 Christmas movies to your marathon lineup. Many Christmas movies get better with age, and that’s the case with this one. However, many of them have been forgotten. While not all of them were critical or commercial successes, these films are special in their own way and deserve a second chance.

To be clear, most of these movies are not cinematic masterpieces. In fact, the first movie you’ll see listed is a somewhat ironic entry. However, the movies are here because they have a fan base and give a little Christmas spirit to our hearts. So without further ado, here are the ten best Christmas movies to watch.

10. Babe in Toyland (1986)

Kids in Toyland

Credit: MGM via SYFY

Did you know that 22-year-old Keanu Reeves sang in a Christmas TV movie? Yes… John Wick, Neo, Constantine… that Keanu Reeves.

This 1986 TV movie stars 11-year-old Drew Barrymore as Lisa, a Cincinnati girl who is annoyingly proud of herself. Anyway, she falls out of a jeep on Christmas Eve during a snowstorm, hits her head, and wakes up in Toyland, where she meets a group of people (Reeves, Jill Scullin, and Joji Grace). Together, with the help of a character known as the Toymaster (Pat Morita), they must stop Barnaby Barnacle (Richard Mulligan) from taking over Toyland.

Well, when we call this movie disparaging, we mean it in a “so bad it’s good” kind of way. The movie is more than slightly flawed. It’s cheaply made, poorly acted, and its musical numbers are uninspired and forgettable (other than that annoying “Cincinnati” you won’t be able to escape). That and the fact that not only is it a cheap remake of a better movie, but it also takes many elements away The Wizard of Oz (All the way to Barnaby dressed as the Wicked Witch of the West). However, we loved it as kids, and the fact that we can roast it as adults makes it fun in a different way. And while Barrymore and Reeves poked fun at it during a conversation on her talk show, Reeves acknowledged that the movie has a kind heart that shines through the chaos. Check it out for free with ads on YouTube.

9 – Mrs. Santa Claus (1996)

Mrs. Santa Claus

Credit: CBS via AppleTV

We recently lost a real treasure with the death of Angela Lansbury. While we know it for she wrote murder, And to Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the beastVery few have seen her perfect incarnation of Mrs. Claus in this 1996 TV movie. Tired of running all the rides and not getting any recognition from anyone, including her husband, Mrs. Claus takes the sled to test out a new route she’s been suggesting. However, things get complicated when she lands in New York City, and an injured reindeer forces her to take up temporary residence. During this time, the community has been blessed in many ways. She helps suffragettes get women to march for voting rights, helps her find love with a stable immigrant man, becomes a role model for a lonely immigrant girl, and fights for child labor rights against a ruthless toy factory owner. Aside from touching on serious issues, the film’s performance and presentation of the musical numbers make it both an enjoyable and criminally underrated Christmas movie. Check it out for free with ads on YouTube.

8- Prancer (1989)


Credit: Orion images via POV Film

If you want to watch a Christmas movie that inspires you to have the same faith, love, hope, and purity you had as a child, look no further than dumps. Jessica (Rebecca Harrell) has lost her mother and is still trying to cling to hope and her relationship with her grieving, hardened father (Sam Elliott). When she encounters an injured and oddly unafraid reindeer in the woods, she becomes convinced it is Santa’s reindeer. She does her best to save the creature and bring it back to Santa. These efforts have become public knowledge, and they inspire the entire city with their acts of kindness. We won’t spoil how the movie ends, but we will say it’s one of the many moments in this movie where you’d better have a box of tissues on hand. You can watch it on HBO Max.

7. A Christmas Carol (2009)

A Christmas Carol is an understatement of Christmas movies

Credit: Walt Disney Studios via

Clearly, director Robert Zemeckis has had some misers as critics, as this wouldn’t be his only appearance on this list. There were more adaptations Christmas carol More than we’ve got time to watch, and while the 1951 version with Alistair Sim remains the best, this motion picture capture version is still one of the best you’ll find. The movie looks beautiful and takes you through every emotion the story is supposed to offer, and Jim Carrey is impressive as Ebeneezer Scrooge. The film also offers up some effectively dark moments, which some critics found a little unsettling. One father wrote a letter to Roger Ebert, who gave the film his highest rating, saying the film terrified his eight-year-old son. While the movie isn’t for everyone, including young children, it effectively captures the spirit of a classic Dickens story. The movie is available on Amazon Prime.

6. The Last Vacation (2006)

last vacation

Credit: Paramount via Lyle Film Files

Queen Latifah plays an aspiring chef who goes to the doctor after a blow to the head. She was told she had multiple tumors and had a few weeks to live. Realizing that she has led a very guarded life, she sets off to the Czech Republic for her dream vacation where she does many things she only dreamed of. This fresh zest for life and lively nature charms everyone she meets, as well as the audience and inspires us to make the most of what life has to offer. Watch this amazing movie on Amazon Prime.

5. Annabelle’s Desire (1997)

Annabelle's Underrated Christmas Movie Wishes

This straight-to-video Christmas movie has been forgotten and needs to be rediscovered. The premise is that on Christmas Day, Santa gives gifts to animals everywhere for a day of being able to speak. One such animal is a newborn farm calf named Annabelle, who is infatuated with Santa’s reindeer and wants to be able to fly herself. On Christmas Day, her ability to speak is discovered by the farmer’s grandson, who, ironically and unfortunately, is mute. The two form a deep bond in this film that celebrates friendship, self-sacrifice, and how it is more blessed to give than to receive. Warning, the last 10 minutes of this underrated Christmas movie will get the waterworks working. It’s only $1 to rent on Amazon, so don’t miss out.

4. The Polar Express (2004)

The Polar Express downplayed Christmas movies

credit: Warner Bros. via IMDb

Here’s Robert Zemeckis’ second entry on our list of underrated Christmas movies. While it is now considered a classic, audiences and critics were initially thrown off pole clarification. Motion capture was relatively new at the time, and to some, the character designs almost looked intimidating. Even today, the eyes are a little scary to some. However, the movie about a boy who doesn’t believe in Santa Claus until he’s taken to the North Pole on a magical train has become a favorite people love to visit year after year. You can jump on board pole clarification Now on HBO Max.

3. The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017)

The Man Who Invented Christmas

Credit: Elevation Pictures via Movies4Kids

As we said, there were many modifications Christmas carol. But there haven’t been nearly enough movies about the man behind the beloved classic. Dan Stevens stars as Charles Dickens, who is in financial difficulty after the failures of his last three books. After being rejected by his publishers, he set about writing a new book and self-published it. Drawn by inspirations around him, he ends up writing a story that, unbeknownst to him, will become a timeless classic. While the movie takes some liberties with regards to the history, it’s still an impressive and poignant story. Stevens is excellent as Dickens, and the late Christopher Plummer provides an excellent portrayal of an imagined miser who haunts Dickens wherever he goes. The impressive yet underrated Christmas movie is available for rent on various platforms.

2. Arthur Christmas (2011)

Underrated Christmas movies

Credit: Sony Pictures via IMDb

This British animated fantasy film stands out for its unique take on the Santa Claus story and for being a compelling underdog story. in a Arthur ChristmasSanta is a hereditary title given to generations of gift-givers dating back to Nicholas. Malcolm (Jim Broadbent), the current Santa, is of retirement age and has become more of a figurehead. In the latest mission, one child is left without a gift. While Malcolm and his son and successor Steve (Hugh Laurie) choose to leave it in order to prevent a technical error in success, Malcolm’s youngest son, the clumsy but kind-hearted and enthusiastic Arthur (James McEvoy) is determined to make sure no child is left behind at Christmas. So much so that he and his grandson (Bill Nighy) hide in the sleigh to ensure the gift is delivered. While it is easy to ignore Arthur Christmas As just another cute animated holiday movie, it’s much more than that. It’s unique, it’s original, and Arthur is the protagonist you can’t help but love. Watch this story about what Christmas should be like on Amazon Prime.

1. Klaus (2019)

Netflix Klaus

Credit: Netflix

If you haven’t seen this 2D animated Netflix original, you owe it to yourself to check it out right away. In this film, a self-centered postman named Jesper (Jason Schwartzman) is sent to the cold and unsavory town of Smeerensburg, where he must deliver 6,000 letters to get out. On his journey, he meets a reclusive toy maker named Klaus (JK Simmons), with whom he develops a letter-based toy delivery system. Initially born of selfish intent, the two become friends, Jesper’s selfishness begins to melt away, and their actions cause a centuries-old clan feud to begin dying out. Furthermore, through multiple sightings and word of mouth, rumors begin to form among the children including flying reindeer, lumps of coal, and more. All of these rumors eventually make up the well-known Christmas legends. It was nominated for Best Animated Feature at the Academy Awards. Klaus finally lost Toy Story 4, a decision that many objected to. But statue or no statue, the Christmas movie may be underrated now, but it is destined to become a classic. Check it out on Netflix now.

Underrated Christmas movies

These Christmas movies may have been given away, but they deserve a second chance. Do them the honor of adding them to your Christmas movie marathon.

#Top #underrated #Christmas #movies

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *