Six Movies You should Watch in Christmas

Christmas is coming after two months. Would like to know more about the stories in Christmas? Do you want to know how people in other countries spend their Christmas? In fact, you can enjoy some funny stories from these movies.

1. Christmas in August
This is a 1998 South Korean romance drama film. The plot follows a portrait photographer, Jung-won and his developing romance with a parking agent, Da-rim. However, the romance never gets a chance to develop into intimacy. Jung-won soon finds out he is suffering from an unnamed illness and has to come to terms with his impending death. He sets out to continue living as usual, going out with his friends and spending time with his family in the small town he has lived for decades.
Why the Christmas is in August in this film? Perhaps, Christmas here is a symbol of one’s final life, the most brilliant part of life. If you forget the reason of celebrating Christmas, you can take a look at this film. Even though you will lose your life, please don’t make your tears down.

2. Miracle on 34th Street
This movie mainly carries forward the spirit of Christmas which describes a story that an employee who is assigned to play Santa in the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade uses every means to let a little girl believe that he is the real Santa Claus. This film is full of imagination.

3. Santa Clause
This is a huge invested film which takes the real Santa biography as a theme. This is a magic story which describes how Santa Claus starts to deliver Christmas toys everywhere from the North Pole.

4. Jingle All The Way
This is a funny story about how a father tried to find a toy for his son struggling with another person.

5. Christmas Vacation
The householder Clark vowed to make the whole family to have a particularly interesting Christmas. He cut down a Christmas tree, pulled on many light bulbs and invited neighbors. Finally, they spent a crazy Christmas.

6. The Perfect Holiday
Nancy is a divorced woman. Her daughter Emily overhears her…

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