The editors of FürSie.de have compiled the most beautiful, iconic and funniest films for Advent and Christmas.
Unlike in Australia, where the locals usually wish for the beach "Merry Christmas!", This is the time of the year due to temperature more like cuddling together on the sofa. That's why all TV stations are moving out of the best series, movies with all the big movie stars and December specials. FOR YOU has met a preselection with the best movie tips for Christmas. Do not miss these classics in December!$config[ads_text] not found
Movie tip: Sissi
The history film trilogy with Romy Schneider and Karlheinz Böhm enchants women of all ages (and sometimes their husbands) since the 1950s. Most of the time, the three-part is broadcast over several days and on several channels, so you do not have to throw your holiday plans overboard because of the Austrian Empress. And in any case there is also the good old DVD player …
Film tip: Three hazelnuts for Cinderella
For this fairytale movie from the 70s, you can hardly get around at Christmas. Almost all public broadcasters broadcast the classic, based on a variation of the well-known fairy tale "Cinderella" by the Brothers Grimm, around the holidays. Not only the film has cult status, its title tune has been processed in numerous pieces of music.
Movie tip: The last unicorn
A cartoon, but not just for kids! Although richly cheesy, but literarily sophisticated, this feature film takes you through the story of a unicorn who is experiencing fantastic adventures in search of his brothers and sisters. The success of the film music brought the band "America" by the way a brilliant comeback.
Movie tip: The little lord
This feature film is the detailed adaptation of a youth novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Cedric, suddenly appointed lord, manages to soothe his grumpy English grandfather with his charming way of reconciling the quarrelsome family.
Movie tip: The journey of the penguins
The documentary shows the arduous migration of the penguins through the Antarctic winter from their breeding grounds to the open sea, where they have to catch food for their offspring. Impressive shots and a dramatic action captivate not only animal lovers!
Movie tip: The Buddenbrooks
In the Christmas program of ARD, the novel adaptation with Jessica Schwarz, Armin Müller-Stahl, August Diehl and Iris Berben is always worth a television evening. The feature film describes the failure of a once successful Hanseatic merchant family in the 19th century.
Movie tip: Nice gift
Especially stations such as RTL, VOX or ProSieben lure around the Christmas Eve with Christmas comedies like these. The endeavored family man Clark tries by all means to bring his kin the most beautiful party of all time. It goes wrong, which can only go wrong. This film comforts over family quarrels and failed roast meats in their own four walls.
Film tip: Loriot - Christmas at Hoppenstedts
Vicco von Bülow was one of the most versatile German humorists. Especially his "Loriot" sketches have set a monument to him. The Sketch collection "Christmas at Hoppenstedts" is one of the holidays like "Dinner for One" on New Year's Eve.