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11 Inspiring Movies for Students to Watch Around Holidays

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There is nothing quite the same as cuddling under a cozy blanket with your favorite Christmas movie on, whether it is in your dorm room, or in your family home. No matter how many times you have seen the film, or how often you Netflix and chill, the feeling is so very different around the holidays.

But, wouldn't it be nice to have all your assignments completed first so you could relax during the movie?

The last thing you want is a fast-approaching deadline hovering over your head when you are trying to be cheerful. Why not get some paper help online? These days it is incredibly easy to get work done in as quick as six hours from these reputable platforms. So, if you are trying to be merry in your dorm room, or looking for ways to spend time with family, these movies can instantly improve your holiday spirit.

1. It's a Wonderful Life

It wouldn't be unfair to skip Frank Chapra's It's a Wonderful Life as it is deemed the best Christmas movie ever. George Bailey, who is on the verge of committing suicide gets a visit from an angel who turns his life around.
Now, you might have already heard of this movie, but a 1946 classic might not be the first one that popped up in your mind. But if you are up to it, this film can be truly inspirational to watch.

2. The Polar Express

If you are a 2000's kid, there is a high chance that this movie has been one of your childhood favorites. A journey to the north pole is just the right setting to enjoy the festive time. And the film is not without a moral. The plot involves a young boy who embarks on his journey of self-discovery on the eve of Christmas.

3. Serendipity

Who doesn't love a good ole romantic comedy during Christmas, especially when it's set in New York? It has all the right elements of a perfect Christmas movie; the snow, Central Park, shopping, and more.
Although the entire movie does not take place during the holidays, it gives out the perfect vibe you need to uplift your spirits, even if you are cooped up in your dorm. And Serendipity is certainly better than the rom-com movies getting released these days (yes, you know which ones we are talking about).

4. The Family Man

Nicholas Cage in a Christmas movie? It does feel a bit weird, right? But, hey, if you are expecting the worst, then this one can take you by surprise. In the storyline, Cage plays a successful banker who has everything he needs. Or at least he thought so until he got a glimpse of what his life could have been if he made different choices.
You might feel that you have heard the same storyline several times and in different versions. Nevertheless, The Family Man is a great watch, especially when it comes to reflecting on your life choices.

5. Klaus

Of course, there has to be at least one interesting Christmas movie that was released after 2010, right? Well, here is one for you. This 2019 Netflix production is a fantastic animation of the story of Klaus but put in a different way altogether. You will undoubtedly enjoy this one, and it will make you rethink the story of Santa Claus altogether.

6. Office Christmas Party

Not a fan of rom coms and animation? Then the Office Christmas Party might be more suited to your taste. Although this revolves around a sibling library between the characters played by T.J.Miller and Jennifer Aniston, as the title suggests, it is about a party. One that can make or break a company's future that they inherited.

7. Four Christmases

Having to spend Christmas with an unpleasant family is certainly not what one wants at Christmas. But watch how Brad and Kate handle an unfortunate turn of events when they have to visit all four of their divorced parents. With Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn in the lead roles, the movie packs some fun, some laughter, and some family bonding.

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8. The Family Stone

Planning to meet your boyfriend's or girlfriend's family this year? Might want to be prepared. This movie is all about what happens when the girl meets the boy's family and their holiday misadventures. The film has a stellar cast, featuring Diane Keaton, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rachael Adams, Craig T. Nelson, and others. The movie is entertaining, funny, and a classic.

9. Happiest Season

Another movie that might be a bit closer to today's reality is Hulu's Happiest Season. Starring Kristen Stewart, the film tells the story of a couple visiting their family for the holiday season. The movie was widely accepted by the LGBTQ community and portrayed how it feels for someone to come out to their families.

10. While you Were Sleeping

There is an ongoing debate about whether this Sandra Bullock movie fits in the category of Christmas movies. But hear us out. The story begins right before and ends just after New Year's Eve. If that doesn't make this a holiday movie, what will? The movie also reflects on loneliness and the hope of being around with family during this season. It is thoughtful, encouraging, and continues to stay relevant even today.

11. Nightmare Before Christmas

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas is a dark fantasy that plays well into the holiday season. But this is not the typical Christmas movie, it's bewitching, bewildering, and enchanting at the same time. In line with the theme, 'the grass is always green on the other side, the film has many inspirational moments in it. Although made for a younger audience, there isn't a reason why you wouldn't enjoy this while in college.

There you have it, a wide variety of movies that can spread the holiday cheer around the dorm. Maybe make a watching party out of this, or do a movie marathon? Anyway, these films never get tiring no matter how many times you watch and rewatch them.

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