Spencer and his little sister, Katherine, are flying to Pennsylvania for Christmas with their dad. While changing planes, a blizzard moves in and cancels their flights out of Hoover Airport, they must stay in a basement room with the other unaccompanied minors. With this one I can’t really remember it as this one is not memorable enough, you can’t really get to know the characters as there are too many of them, there is no room for characters development and it is a real shame.
9.The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
Santa, a.k.a Scott Calvin, is faced with double – duty: how to keep his new family happy and how to stop Jack Frost from taking over Christmas. This film doesn’t really work and it tend to be safe and there nothing to it, overall once you watch it, it doesn’t thrilled you or entertained you.
8.Deck The Halls
Two neighbours have it out after one of them decorates his house for Christmas so brightly that it can be seen from space. Some Christmas films can be really effective with the chemistry between the main two lead, but this one hasn’t and that is the problem with this one and it is too madcap and it try to be too overblown, you ended up feeling a bit let down with this film.
Until now, Brad and Kate had always managed to avoid spending Christmas with their family by escaping to exotic lands to enjoy heavenly vacations. But this year, they failed. Remarkably surprisingly lame as this one feel forced, it is one of those film with well-intentioned but it doesn’t gel together and made this slightly uneven.
A miserable conman and his partner pose as Santa and his Little Helper to rob department sores on Christmas Eve. But they run into problems when the conman befriends a troubled kid. Personally this is rather raunchy film which is not appropriate for the younger generation and even for adults, it also rather cringe worthy and this one is just too much for some people.
5.The Nutcracker And The Four Realms
It’s Christmas Eve, as the citizens of a Victorian – era London are celebrating the arrival of the holiday, a young girl is transported into a magical world of gingerbread soldiers and an army of mice. Overall this film is lacking that emotional depths and it might be a good-looking fantasy film but you keep waiting till something happen, the pacing is wrong and it feel a bit rushed and unfortunately you can tell with this film.
4.The Muppet Christmas Carol
The Muppet characters tell their version of the classic tale of an old and bitter miser’s redemption on Christmas Eve. Not really a massive fan of The Muppet and I never really growing up of watching them, I know some people will like this version and that is fair enough but this one just rushed over my head. I just don’t find it funny and it doesn’t wowed me whatsoever.
Fred Claus, Santa’s bitter older brother, is forced to move to the North Pole to help Santa and the elves prepare for Christmas in exchange for cash. I really like the story and it try to be different which I really admire, the thing is the whole film is rather unconvincing and it is general unfunny and it feel a bit forced, it doesn’t reach the full potential as it is rather inconsistent.
Raised as an over – sized elf, a human travels from the North Pole to NYC to meet his biological father who doesn’t know he exists and is in desperate need of some Christmas Spirit. It can be rather irritating, rather shouty that made this too overrated, I really wanted to find something positive for this film but I can’t really and this is one of the weakest Christmas film.
1.The Grinch (2018)
In the town of Whoville, human – like creatures called Whos are filled with excitement about celebrating Christmas. The only one who isn’t amused is a cantankerous, green furred creature called The Grinch. The reason why this is my worst Christmas film of all time, it has got an irritating soundtrack, the vocal talent is nothing special and it takes itself too seriously. I really wanted to like it but it is too everywhere and it hard to connect with this animation film.