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Deck the screens: Unwrapping the magic of must-watch holiday movies this season!

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‘Tis the season to deck the screens with holiday cheer! Join the Indianapolis Recorder as we unwrap the magic of the season with some of the must-watch holiday movies that are sure to light up your festive spirit. Whether you are in the mood for a Christmas classic or looking for a good laugh, our cinematic sleigh ride has something for everyone. So, grab your favorite festive snack, snuggle up in your coziest blanket and let us dive into some holiday movies that will make this season merry and bright!

The Recorder conducted an online poll to learn which movies people love to watch during the holiday season. Here is what they said (see the full list of holiday film favorites online):

“Home Alone”

When eight-year-old Kevin McCallister is left behind during a family vacation, he turns his home into a hilarious and booby-trapped fortress to thwart burglars, proving that sometimes, the little guy can outsmart the bad guys. Watch on Disney+ or rent on Apple TV.

“Candy Cane Lane”

In a neighborhood where holiday decorations are a serious competition, one man’s mission to create the ultimate Christmas display becomes a heartwarming community affair. Starring Eddie Murphy and Tracie Ellis Ross, now streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

“This Christmas”

Family reunions, love and a touch of drama unfold as the Whitfield family comes together for the holidays, discovering the true meaning of love, forgiveness and togetherness. Watch on Sling TV or Peacock.

“The Polar Express”

Embark on a magical train journey to the North Pole, where a skeptical boy learns the true spirit of Christmas through adventure, wonder and belief. Available on Hulu and HBO Max; rent on Amazon Prime.

“The Perfect Holiday”

A single mom’s wish for a perfect man for Christmas comes true when she meets an unlikely suitor, creating a heartwarming and charming holiday romance. Starring Morris Chestnut and Gabrielle Union, stream on Amazon Prime or Sling TV.

Friday After Next”: Craig and Day-Day face a Christmas challenge when their apartment is robbed by a fake Santa Claus. This hilarious comedy is the third installment in the “Friday” film series.

Contact staff writer Braxton Babb at (317) 762-7854. Follow her on Twitter @BLIEVESHEWRITES.


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