10 Best Holiday Movies Quotes

Friday, August 26 by Banks Jefferson

10 Best Holiday Movies Quotes

The 10 best holiday movies quotes are simple circumstances that turn into wonderful revelations about people. Holiday movies quotes, for whatever reason accentuate man’s light bulb of understanding of himself. Movie quotes are remembered for their kindness, others for their bravery, and still others for their sheer nerve. These quotes are set for the time of year when man is more willing to give his fellow man a chance. 

"It’s a Wonderful Life". The wonderful classic, "It’s a Wonderful Life" with Jimmy Stewart made in 1943 carries the memorable line, “I wanna live again.” This is one of the most touching holiday stories in movie history. The story of a wonderful, caring person, thinking himself a failure, realizing, almost too late, but for the help of Clarence, that he was a great man.

"The Polar Express". This movie has one of the truest quote made by man, “The thing about trains…it doesn’t matter where they’re going. What matters is deciding to get on.” So many times in life people cannot make up their mind to try. This dazzling fantasy of a ride to the North Pole is an all time favorite. 2004

"The Santa Clause". A father caught up in this 1994 movie finds himself inducted into the ranks of Santa and in disbelief states, Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night! When I get home, I’m getting a CAT scan,” a lovely family movie starring Tim Allen.

"A Charlie Brown Christmas". The creator Charles Shultz always seemed to have Charlie Brown say just the right thing, “Isn’t there anyone who knows what Christmas is all about?” This movie is a 1965 favorite of children and parents all over the globe.

10 Best Holiday Movies Quotes

"Frosty the Snowman". Made in 1969, "Frosty the Snowman" is a year end classic narrated by the wonderful Burl Ives. “Happy Birthday! Hey, I said my first words!" An all time movie quote, representing the realization of discovery in everyone, a great holiday movie classic quote.

"How the Grinch Stole Christmas". Who can forget this 1966 classic quote, “That’s the one thing I hate, noise, noise, noise!” Like the Grinch liked anything about Christmas! A wonderful movie with memorable lines.

"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer". This special movie is a childhood delight. The movie quote, “Hermey doesn’t want to make toys,” shows kids if you do not want to be the same as everyone else, it is fine. A wonderful life lesson in a beautiful old tale; this 1964 version is a favorite.

"A Christmas Carol". This is an old story with a quote that may be shocking, and sadly felt by too many. “If they'd rather die then they better do it, and decrease the surplus population!” This 1971 classic is a constant reminder of man’s careless treatment of others sharing this planet; a lovely holiday reminder, to treat one another better.

"Elf". Starring the delightful Will Ferrell," You smell like beef and cheese, you don't smell like Santa." A person trying to fit in suddenly accepted for who he is. The Elf is not what the world expects and Santa is not what the Elf expects.

"National Lampoons Christmas Vacation". This movie quotes shows how easy the holidays can go in the opposite direction you expect; no matter how well planned. "I don't know what to say, except its Christmas and we're all in misery." More people than care to admit have felt this on a family holiday. This 1989 holiday movie quotes is hilariously true.

-Banks Jefferson

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