A Charlie Brown Christmas – I loved this movie so much. It’s my first time watching a Charlie Brown movie, and I regret all those years I missed out on this pure and beautiful story. I related so much to Charlie Brown, and I was left with such a good feeling at the end. I plan on rewatching it many times in the future. I give it 10/10.
A Very Merry Toy Store – This was full of cliches, but in the best ways. It was sweet and warm, but it had a few bumps in the road to add to the drama. I loved that the issues were never that bad, and everything got solved perfectly. It was so nice seeing Melissa Joan Hart and Mario Lopez in another movie together. They have good chemistry, and it’s just really fun to see them interacting. It was lovely. 8.5/10.
A Miser Brothers’ Christmas – I only half watched this movie because it didn’t grab my attention. The setting was okay, and I understood what it was trying to do, but it ended up feeling more like a poorly-made after-school special. I didn’t like any of the characters either. 2/10.
Elf – I know this is everyone’s favorite Christmas movie, but I didn’t enjoy it as much. I thought it was funny, but I also suffered so much second hand embarrassment. 4/10.
Jingle All the Way – This was cute and cheesy, and I loved every minute of it. It had a cute holiday message to it too. 9/10.
Marry Me for Christmas – This was nothing like what I expected, and yet, everything I wanted. It was cheesy and full of tropes. There was a bunch of loose ends, and everything moved too quickly. I had a lot of fun though. 8/10.