Do you have special plans for New Years Eve? It is the exciting moment of the year. For me I enjoy the most when the whole family sit down and enjoy a good holiday movie together. It gives the magic warm feeling that will last for a long time. Do you have favorite New Year’s Eve movies? Here are some of my favorites. I’d love to hear yours too.
Most Favorite New Year Eve Movies for Kids
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Sesame Street Celebrates Around the World: Elmo and Sesame Street friends entertain toddlers with festive songs and sights, teach children about diverse holiday traditions from across the globe.
Rudolph’s Shiny New Year: Baby New Year is missing and if he is not found, the Old Year will continue forever. Who is best tasked for search in the heavy fog? Rudolph, the reindeer with a shiny nose.
Happy New Year Charlie Brown: A Charlie Brown classic. Charlie Brown still has homework to do on New Year’s eve, and there is the big party he wants to go…
Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year: It is the wonderful time of the year. Rabbit will only discover the true spirit of the season after his pals make misguided New Year’s resolutions to change – with hilarious and heartfelt results!
About a Boy: A handsome bachelor gets a hilarious lesson about life from a bright and geeky 12-year-old. It is a comedy that will bright up your day.
Ghostbusters 2: the Ghostbusters fight the evils to protect New York city.
Sleepless in Seattle: A boy helps his father find new love in his life. A wonderful love story that never gets old.
While You Were Sleeping: a hilarious love comedy that is good for the whole family to watch.
Happy New Year!
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We always liked to watch the old ’60’s comedy “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World”. Don’t know why we started that tradition, but it stuck!