8 Films About The True Spirit of Christmas

Magic Classic

Magic Classic

don’t despair, because we never know how it might turn out. An American motion picture in the best traditions of good old Hollywood with witty dialogues, funny situations, interesting and colorful characters, an original plot, based on the play with the same title, and a won

Shop Around the Corner, 1940

Shop Around the Corner, 1940

The Fmoviesto film resembles a beautiful Christmas card, so atmospheric, soulful, and sentimental. The small store “Matyushek and Company” has a friendly and harmonious team. One of his employees, Alfred, has been corresponding for some time with a charming stranger, whose letters he has literally fallen in love with. And it so happened that a girl named Clara, who is also in absentia in love with his pen pal, gets a job in the store. We think further events do not need to be described. But if you’re experiencing déjà vu, don’t be frightened! Remember the movie “You’ve Got Mail” with Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks? Well, it’s a remake of The Shop Around the Corner.

Holiday Inn, 1942

Holiday Inn, 1942

This is probably one of the few films that not only touch on Christmas but also largely celebrate the New Year. Quite an intense plot, diluted with dance numbers, after all, this is a musical. And where there’s dancing in golden Hollywood, there’s the brilliant Fred Astaire!

The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1943

The Man Who Came to Dinner, 1943

There are times when Santa Claus puts not presents under the tree, but hardships and trials. But derful performance of the actors.

See You, 1944

See You, 1944

He and She is a story as old as time. Having met on the road on Christmas Eve, they could not part. But after the holidays, he has to go back to work, and she… She has a secret she can’t tell him. A sad story of love and hope for a Christmas miracle. But is there any place for magic in reality?

Meet Me in St. Louis, 1944

Meet Me in St. Louis, 1944

A piece of very unusual and beautiful music for the whole family that tells the story of how difficult life is for a father of daughters in marriage. Beautiful music, bright pictures, charming Judy Garland, in general, the festive mood is guaranteed.

Christmas in Connecticut, 1945

Christmas in Connecticut, 1945

A good old-fashioned situation comedy. There’s a he and a she, there’s a deception that can’t be solved and there’s a precedent for the mystery to be solved. Journalist Elizabeth Lane is one of the nation’s best-known recipe writers. In her articles, she describes herself as a hardworking farmer, a caring mother, and an amazing cook. But in reality, she is an unmarried New Yorker who can’t even boil eggs. The owner of the magazine for which she works has invited the seafaring hero to celebrate Christmas on her farm. Miss Lane realizes that her career is coming to an end. So how do we make sure the truth doesn’t come out?

Apartment, 1960

Apartment, 1960

Five Academy Awards, including Best Picture. A touching story of foolish, blind love and wise, sincere love. C.C. Baxter, a young employee, is forced to succumb to circumstances and succumb periodically to his bosses. This man simply cannot say no, so absolutely everyone sits on his neck. At the same time, Baxter sometimes talks in the elevator with a nice girl named Fran, not even knowing how life will intertwine their fates. It is interesting that Marilyn Monroe wanted to play the lead role, but in the end, it went to Shirley MacLaine.

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