New Year’s Eve Special 23 Christmas Movie Proposal
A Christmas Carol (2009)
Direction: Robert Zemeckis Cast (sound): Jim Carrey, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth
Scrooge is a stubborn, miserly, grumpy man. Although he is very rich, he does not know how to share. It’s almost impossible to please her. On Christmas evening three ghosts visited her and began to show Scrooge, how she used to be a person, her present, and what might have been awaited her in the future if it did not change. Scrooge understands that he needs to change.
Un conte de Noël (2008)
Direction: Arnaud Desplechin Cast: Catherine Deneuve, Jean-Paul Roussillon
His subject: Dickens, his wittiness, poetic language and bloody characters; A Christmas Story, based on the themes of family, madness, complex love relationships, directed by director Desplechin, is a brutal family drama committed with sister competition and grief. On Christmas Day, Junon and her husband, Abel, playwright Elizabeth, their playful daughter Elizabeth, fiercely sued their alcoholic son, Henri, and their youngest child. Junon explains the cancer. Either you’re gonna have chemo or you’re looking for a donor for a marrow transplant. Of course, the blood flowing in the veins of this family is corrupted.
A Christmas Story (1983)
Direction: Bob Clark Cast: Peter Billingsley, Melinda Dillon, Darren McGavin
Synopsis: Nine-year-old Ralphie is dreaming about the Daisy Brand Red Ryder 200-shot air rifle as a Christmas present. Unfortunately, her mother rejects this gift by saying that it will damage her eyes, and Ralphie is looking for ways to get that rifle. Little brother Randy is another source of fun. Mr.Parker, the old man and his elderly father, are proud of the interesting prize he got from the radio competition and he wanted to show them in a way that everyone could see.
Arthur Christmas (2011)
Direction: Sarah Smith, Barry Cook Cast (voice): James McAvoy, Hugh Laurie, Bill Nighy
Synopsis: Arthur is the youngest son of the legendary Santa Claus and works hard as everyone else in the team at the base of the operation, which is Santa’s gift distribution center. But this time, one of the hundreds of millions of children who are waiting for their presents in this operation center, is bypassed. Now Arthur’s mission is to deliver the last gift before Christmas morning.
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005)
Direction: Shane Black Cast: Robert Downey Jr., Val Kilmer, Michelle Monaghan
Harry’s main work is theft. However, he finds himself in a play-off with instantaneous events. Role is detective. Then he puts his mind to success and he starts to learn acting seriously. Coincidentally, he meets his classmates, Harmony, in class. But Harry does not intend to abandon it after all this time. The hero puts himself at his feet. Unfortunately, the situation is not as it seems, because this role has the potential to turn into reality at any moment.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Direction: Ron Howard Cast: Jim Carrey, Taylor Momsen
The subject: The preparations for the upcoming Christmas excitement in the town of Whoville continue. While the townspeople were running for the most beautiful gifts, the Grinch, who lives in a cave on the Crumpit Mountain overlooking the town from the hill, makes the plans of how he can poison the people at the Christmas party. Meanwhile, a little girl in town steals the Grinch’s door.
Home Alone (1990)
Direction: Chris Columbus Cast: Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern
Kevin, his parents are mistakenly forgotten at home while on vacation in France. As soon as he realizes he’s lonely, he’il find out he has to protect his house against thieves. Harry and Marv’s intention is to rob every house in Kevin’s neighborhood. Kevindirs home will not be easy bite will learn with painful experiences.
Miracle on 34th Street (1947)
Direction: George Seaton Cast: Edmund Gwenn, Maureen O’Hara, John Payne, Natalie Wood
Susan Walker (Natalie Wood) claims that Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn), who works in a store, is a real Santa Claus and even tries to prove it. The Oscar-winning comedy fantasy was re-filmed in 1973 for television in 1994.
It’s a Wonderful Life (1946)
Direction: Frank Capra Cast: James Stewart, Donna Reed, Lionel Barrymore
Synopsis: Due to the overlapping events, the grudgeman George Bailey is on the brink of suicide and swings at the edge of the bridge. Just then Clarence, the oyun guardian angel mek appears and decides to play a little game with George to discourage George from suicidal thinking. In this game George will return to his old life, and George will see how the people in his life would have lived if they had never met George. As a result of this extraordinary experience, George understands how many people help because of his good will and realizes the value of his life.
Jingle All the Way (1996)
Direction: Brian Levant Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger
Here’s the topic: Howard Langston is a trade man. He’s so engrossed in his job that he misses his son Jamie in a karate class. He promises to give Jamie a gift that can compensate for Jamie’s. ‘Turbo Man’ is a super hero followed by all children. And Jamie wants a toy of this hero. While this might seem like a very easy request for Howard, Howard didn’t realize just how popular the Turbo Man was. He finally finds himself in a toy pursuit with Myron Larabee, another delayed father of the same purpose.
Christmas Vacation (1989)
Direction: Jeremiah S. Chechik Cast: Chevy Chase, Beverly D’Angelo, Juliette Lewis
It’s Christmas time. The Griswolds are preparing for traditional family celebrations. But for Clark, his wife Ellen and their 2 children, everything is not that easy. Clark’s bad luck continues with his guests. But he also believes that he will soon gain profit from Noel.
Direction: Joe Dante Cast: Zach Galligan, Phoebe Cates, Hoyt Axton
Rand Peltzer is a failed inventor with no inventions. On Christmas he brings a cute little creature named Gizmo as a gift to his family. There are 3 important rules about cute creature. After midnight food should not be given, should not be exposed to direct sunlight and should not drink more than a few drops of water. If any of these rules are not complied with, terrible results await.
The Family Stone (2005)
Direction: Thomas Bezucha Cast: Claire Danes, Diane Keaton, Rachel McAdams
Synopsis: The eldest son of the family brings his new girlfriend to his parents, brothers and sisters. A Bohemian family, Stonelar welcomes guests with a powerful and controlled New York experience with a somewhat complex, somewhat awkward reception. Before the holiday is over, relationships are revealed, secrets are revealed and the Stone family comes together with all their love.
Direction: Cast of Chazz Palminteri: Paul Walker, Susan Sarandon, Penélope Cruz
The subject: Rose Collins, a lonely and widowed publisher on Christmas Day in New York, needs a miracle to help her mother’s Alzheimer’s disease get better. She gets upset at another patient in the hospital and meets a visitor. Meanwhile, Nina Vasquez distorted her engagement with Mike, her beloved fiancé, on account of the man’s jealousy. She still misses him. Mike gets closer with a bartender named Artie Venzuela. Poor Jules planned to spend Christmas in the hospital. In fact, the hospital is the place where he spent the most memorable Christmas of his life for him.
Love Actually (2003)
Direction: Richard Curtis Cast: Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Emma Thompson, Alan Rickman, Keira Knightley, Bill Nighy
The subject: The authoritarian president sitting in the world’s governing seat, or a rockstar that fascinates the masses, will be on the same door: You cannot escape love! In this film called nihai Love is Everywhere u, which takes a look at the different events that took place two months before Christmas in today’s London, it is possible to claim that the ultimate aim of the film is a beautification of the supreme supernatural. Maybe it’s “Love”.
The Holiday (2006)
Direction: Nancy Meyers Cast: Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law, Jack Black
Iris Simpkins is a London-based newspaper columnist. At the same time, his colleague, Jasper Bloom, is an unrequited love. Iris’s whole world is upside down when New Year’s Eve gets closer as Jasper gets engaged and notices that he is about to marry another colleague. Amanda Woods, who lives in Los Angeles on the other hand, has just left her boyfriend who has betrayed her and tries to forget her. Fate intersects the paths of these two women. They decide to swap the house they live in through a website. Their goal is to make a difference in their lives.
While You Were Sleeping (1995)
Direction: Jon Turteltaub Cast: Sandra Bullock, Bill Pullman, Peter Gallagher
Lucy is a single woman. With the beautiful-looking Peter every morning a look at the subway is coming to life and she admires him. One day Peter falls on the tracks. Lucy comes in to save her. Peter is in a coma and Lucy is the only one next to him. His family visited Peter and they met Lucy, who told them that he was Peter’s fiance. The real problem arises when Jack, the brother of Peter, comes along one day. Lucy and Jack fell in love with each other.
The Family Man (2000)
Direction: Brett Ratner Cast: Nicolas Cage, Téa Leoni, Don Cheadle
Jack Campbell is a businessman who thinks life cannot be more important than work, success and money. He’s never been married and hasn’t made a family. One morning, she wakes up to find her husband who is married and has two children. When he tries to return to his old work, he realizes that the meaning of life is very different.
The Polar Express (2004)
Direction: Robert Zemeckis Cast (sound): Tom Hanks, Eddie Deezen, Nona Gaye
His subject: A little boy who does not have any faith in Santa Claus due to the Christmas he / she has spent falls in ways he does not know by jumping on a strange train. Arriving at his destination is not very exciting for him because he questions his faith. But the inside of the train is definitely so. This train, which has a lot of miracles, is on its way to the North Pole where Santa Claus resides.
Rise of the Guardians (2012)
Direction: Peter Ramsey Cast (sound): Hugh Jackman, Alec Baldwin, Isla Fisher
Immortal guards consisting of North (Santa Claus), Tooth Fairy, Sleeping Nymph, Easter Bunny and Jack Froust are also joined by the decision to unite their forces against the world by destroying the hopes and values of mankind. they receive. When Kara embraces our world all around and begins to spread fear to humanity, the hopes, beliefs and dreams of all children in the world depend on the Legendary Five.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Direction: Henry Selick Cast (sound): Chris Sarandon, Danny Elfman, Catherine O’Hara
Synopsis: In the film, the events of Halloween King Jack Skellington’s dynasty, Halloweentown. Halloweentown, a town resembling nightmares, has a ab dynamic bir population consisting of demons, devils, fairies, souls, ghouls and bats. Jack’s way to Christmastown one day. As a result of his visit to this strange country, he is impressed by this strange place. He kidnaps Santa Claus to make a similar look for his city in Christmastown. Jack, who replaces Santa, starts to give children alternative gifts.
Direction: Peter Chelsom Cast: John Cusack, Kate Beckinsale
Sara and Jonathan meet when they want to buy the last glove in a shop at the same time. The glove they buy is still not the property of anyone and they enter a café to decide who to belong to. An ordinary conversation lasts for the entire night. They have to leave that night. A few years later, both of them are about to marry other people. But they come to their minds in the beautiful evening they spent together years ago. The only thing to do now is to find each other and talk again.
White Christmas (1954)
Direction: Michael Curtiz Cast: Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney
Synopsis: Two talented dancers come together after the war and enter the show world. They add women to the winter groups and go to Vermont to spend Christmas. The real adventure begins with the hotel owner discovering that he is a former army commander who is struggling with financial difficulties.