Guys. GUYS. It's been 26 years since our favourite Christmas movie came out. Can you believe it?
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1 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyMacaulay Culkin / Kevin McCallister
2 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyJoe Pesci / Harry
3 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyDaniel Stern / Marv
4 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyCatherine O’Hara / Kate McCallister
5 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyJohn Heard / Peter McCallister
6 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyDevin Rattray / Buzz McCallister
7 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyHillary Wolf / Megan McCallister
8 of 1220th Century Fox / Twitter / @michaelcmaronnaMichael C. Maronna / Jeff McCallister
9 of 1220th Century Fox / Twitter / @angbgoethalsAngela Goethals / Linnie McCallister
10 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyGerry Bamman / Uncle Frank McCallister
11 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyAngela Goethals / Linnie McCallister
12 of 1220th Century Fox / GettyKristin Minter / Heather McCallister
LIKED THAT? YOU'LL LOVE THIS: The Definitive Ranking Of Christmas Movies
The Definitive Ranking Of Christmas MoviesWhat a bright time, it's the right time, to rock the night away... with back-to-back Christmas films.
1 of 32Warner Bros.32. Fred Claus: It’s one thing having an overachieving sibling, but it’s another thing entirely when that sibling is Santa, and you’re a mean ol’ repossession agent. Poor Vince Vaughn.
2 of 32Revolution Studios31. Christmas With The Kranks: Spoiler alert: Christmas With The Kranks is nothing like Christmas with the Kardashians. Krank by name, krank-y by nature.
3 of 32New Line Cinema30. Four Christmases: Children of divorce everywhere (who have still gone on to marry themselves) will sympathise with Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vaughn’s plight. Everyone else will wonder why they’re complaining about quadruple Christmas dinners.
4 of 3220th Century Fox29. Jingle All The Way: It’s no Kindergarten Cop, but if you’ve ever queued up for a Harry Potter book/the new GTA/an H&M designer collaboration at midnight, then you’ll have some lols at Arnie trying to score a Turbo-Man on Christmas Eve.
5 of 32Walt Disney Pictures28. I’ll Be Home For Christmas: Any film starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas is OK by us. Eighteen years after Home Improvement ended and this movie was made, we’re still harbouring that childhood crush.
6 of 32Warner Bros.27. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation: If you’ve ever tried and failed to have a “good old-fashioned family Christmas”, this one’s for you.
7 of 32Inferno Distribution26. Just Friends: Ryan Reynolds in a fat suit. Nuff said.
8 of 32Warner Bros.25. Jack Frost: If only lost loved ones really could come back as snowmen, like Michael Keaton in Jack Frost, Christmas would be even more magical. Sigh.
9 of 32Paramount24: White Christmas: Altogether now, “I’m, dreaming of a whiiiiiite Christmas.” Once we’ve travelled to where we need to be for the holidays, obvs.
10 of 32Walt Disney Pictures23: The Santa Claus 2: Imagine having to get married to save Christmas? That’s more pressure than your mum will ever manage to put on you at the dinner table. Maybe don’t watch this one with her; she’ll get ideas.
11 of 32Warner Bros.22: Gremlins: The alternative festive film, for Christmas haters and Spielberg fans alike.
12 of 32Universal21: About A Boy: We know Christmas isn’t about the presents, but here’s hoping you get better gifts than Marcus this year…
13 of 32Columbia20. Bad Santa: It’s time to re-familiarise yourself with Billy Bob Thornton’s thieving, sex addicted, alcoholic department store Santa. He’s a whole lotta fun.
14 of 32Castle Rock Entertainment19. The Polar Express: As good a reason to believe in Santa as any.
15 of 32Walt Disney Pictures18. A Christmas Carol: It’s not Jim Carrey’s best Christmas film, but it’s a close second.
16 of 32Warner Bros.17. Batman Returns: Between Michelle Pfeiffer’s super sexy Catwoman and Danny DeVito’s super creepy Penguin, it’s easy to forget this is a Christmas film, but it’s actually a pretty great one.
17 of 3220th Century Fox16. The Family Stone: A perfect mix of joyful and tear-jerking, with boyfriend-swapping and a truly neurotic Sarah Jessica Parker thrown in for good measure. Just like all our family Christmases.
18 of 32Paramount15. Scrooged: Bill Murray. Nuff said.
19 of 32Touchstone Pictures14. The Nightmare Before Christmas: You’ve probably been watching it since Halloween, but the adventures of Jack Skellington never get old.
20 of 32Universal12: How The Grinch Stole Christmas: Never forget that Taylor Momsen was once Cindy Lou Who.
21 of 32Walt Disney Pictures13. The Muppets Christmas Carol: A Dickens classic told with songs and puppets? Sign us up!
22 of 32Walt Disney Pictures11. The Santa Clause: That awkward moment when your dad turns into Santa… Happens to us all the time.
23 of 32Liberty Films10. It’s A Wonderful Life: Classic.
24 of 32Universal 9. Love Actually: Because everyone loves a love story, especially a complicated one set in a big city at Christmastime.
25 of 3220th Century Fox8. Edward Scissorhands: If you’re currently thinking ‘Edward Scissorhands is not a Christmas movie’, then you need to watch it again. Now.
26 of 3220th Century Fox7. Miracle On 34th Street: Whether it’s the OG version from the 1940s, or the 1994 update by John Hughes, Miracle On 34th Street is pure magic. We miss you, Richard Attenborough.
27 of 32Paramount6. Mean Girls: Four for you Glen Coco, you go Glen Coco!
28 of 3220th Century Fox5. Home Alone 2: Lost In New York: Arguably one of the best sequels of all time. Definitely better than the second Sex And The City movie.
29 of 32Sony Pictures4. The Holiday: Contains all the ingredients needed for a perfect Christmas: romance, kindness, snow and Jude Law at his peak.
30 of 32New Line Cinema3. Elf: Because Will Ferrell. Because Zooey Deschanel. Because the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear!
31 of 3220th Century Fox2. Home Alone: You thought it was going to be number one, didn’t you? Ya filthy animal.
32 of 3220th Century Fox1. Die Hard: Because it wouldn’t be Christmas without it.
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