Bah, Humbug! The Worst Christmas Films of All-Time

From ho-ho-ho to no-no-no.

We listed here are E! Information love the vacations. The time spent with circle of relatives. The seasonal drinks. The twinkle lighting. The meals. And, in fact, the Christmas motion pictures. There may be not anything we like greater than a comfortable Sunday night spent gazing Hallmark’s newest tacky however impossible to resist TV film with a steaming cup of scorching cocoa. 

However whilst we like us a cheery Christmas providing, that does not imply we should not have requirements; we will be able to spot the adaptation between a present of a Christmas film (suppose classics like House On my own, Christmas Holiday and Elf, in addition to a beginner like Netflix’s captivating Let It Snow) and a lump of coal that leaves us chillier than the frigid temps out of doors. 

Now not each and every rom-com can cross directly to turn out to be an annual tournament like Love If truth be told or The Santa Clause, with some destined to finally end up on the tail-end of Netflix’s Christmas ideas scroll.

So which Christmas motion pictures over time have didn’t turn out to be classics, fairly turning into go-to examples of the vacations long past very improper? 

Emilia Clarke, Henry Golding, Last Christmas

Common Photos

Deck the Halls, Matthew Broderick, Danny DeVito

20th Century Fox

The Nutcracker


Four Christmases, Reese Witherspoon, Vince Vaughn

New Line Cinema

Fred Claus, Vince Vaughn

Warner Bros./Jaap Buitendijk

Jack Frost, Christmas Movies

Warner Bros. Photos

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Christmas With the Kranks, Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis

Columbia Photos

Bad Santa 2


Love the Coopers, Diane Keaton, John Goodman

CBS Movies

Miracle on 34th Street

20th Century-Fox

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding


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