Introduction:Animated Christmas movies are fun for people of all ages, especially children. Here are the top five animated Christmas movies.
"Dr. Suess's: How the Grinch Stole Christmas" is number one on this list because it is a classic Christmas movie for people of all ages. The inspiring, fun, educational, and entertaining story of the Grinch (a creature who hates Christmas) and his quest to stop Christmas from happening, is a timeless tale that not only reminds us what's truly important in life, but also reminds us to evaluate our behavior towards others. Plus, it has some awesome songs including the amusing "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch," and the sweetly endearing "Welcome Christmas."
Based on the classic story "A Christmas Carol," by Charles Dickens, "Mickey's Christmas Carol" follows Ebenezer Scrooge as he is visited by three spirits on Christmas Eve. Mickey stars and plays the most loveable Bob Cratchit ever! Kids will love this wonderful story as it is played out by Mickey and some of their other favorite Disney characters, including Goofy as Jacob Marley, Jiminy Cricket as the Ghost of Christmas Past, Daisy Duck as Belle, and Scrooge McDuck as Ebenezer Scrooge himself.
This great Christmas story is supposed to take place somewhere in the middle of the movie "Beauty and the Beast," when the Beast and Belle are starting to (kind of) become friends. It's great because it has so many of the original movie's best characters as well as a few additions (like Angelique, voiced by Bernadette Peters, and Forte, voiced by Tim Curry.)
Alex, Marty, and the rest of the gang from the original "Madagascar" movie are all back, and this time they are lamenting that they cannot return to New York for Christmas. Things get complicated though and suddenly options arise when Santa Claus drops in and gets a bit of amnesia.
These are both classics, and both are heartwarming and fun. In "A Garfield Christmas Special," Garfield, Jon and Odie go to Jon's grandmother's house for Christmas, where Garfield finds a very special present for Grandma. This is an emotional one! Be prepared for a few tears. In "A Charlie Brown Christmas," Charlie Brown gets a very pathetic looking Christmas tree but also starts to really understand the true meaning of Christmas.
Other great animated Christmas movies include: "Olive: The Other Reindeer," "The Tangerine Bear," and "The Nutcracker Prince."
Thanks for the comments everyone. :) JennyHeart, I hope you know I think you are fantastic. :) Bossypants: I'm glad I was able to introduce you to a few new titles. With "Merry Madagascar," I actually liked it 100 times more than I liked the original Madagascar movie, which to me was... just okay. But yeah, "Merry Madagascar," the holiday movie; SO GOOD! haha My personal favorite will always be "Mickey's Christmas Carol" though. Maybe because I have been watching it my whole life! haha And because it is very well made too. Thanks again for the comments. :)
I see my favorite, "A Charlie Brown Christmas." squeaked in! But, I haven't seen some of these others, so thank you fro the suggestions and reviews! Nice list.
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What A delightful list!
I love Christmas movies~thanks for the list. :)
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