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MacXDVD Introduces Classic Christmas Movies over Decades

新闻稿   •   2013年12月18日 15:49 CST

Humming Christmas Carols cheerfully is a fantastic way to strengthen the atmosphere of Christmas. And picking several classic Christmas movies for watching with family on Christmas Day is also a remarkable means to embrace the forthcoming Christmas. Here are several classic Christmas movies in conformity with the substances of Christmas listed by MacXDVD and hope they can add glitters to Christmas.

1, Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

What makes her amazed is that after the end of the parade, Kris still claims himself as real Santa. At first, Doris and Susan regard Kris as insane. Gradually, Susan finds indeed he is very special.

2, A Christmas Story (1983)

The most interesting part of this lies in the kid's rich world, which lets you think of your childhood. Besides, Ralphie's monologue is the voice from a mature man so as to infuse much more humorous elements to it.

3, Christmas Vacation (1989)

The hero Clark intends to plan an extended family Christmas, while things go athwart that Clark's parents and parents-in-law turn it to be a big disaster.

4, Home Alone (1990)

This film represents an eight-year-old boy, Kevin who is inadvertently left alone at home, bravely defeats two thieves with his self-made funny traps.

5, Bad Santa (2003)

As a must-see classic Christmas movie, this is also a comedy that a miserable deceiver and his partner pose as Santa and his little helper to rob department stores on Christmas Eve.

6, Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1994)

This Christmas animation short film mainly narrates a red-nosed reindeer Rudolph who is ousted by its ethnic group looks for a shelter in a small island with its friends. Later, it wants to salvage the bullied toys so that it turns to Father Christmas for help.

7, A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

When Charlie Brown murmurs at the dominant materialism that he sees among the public during the Christmas season, Lucy suggests that he become director of the school nativity play.

8, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)

This Christmas animation movie principally tells a grumpy hermit hatches a plan to steal Christmas from the Whos of Whoville. This clip not only covers various interesting plots, but also features the vivid and distinctive cartoon figures to bring you a big visual feast.

9, The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

A penny pincher, Ebenezer Scrooge, who is achingly mean to his book-keeping staff Bob Cratchit and even his nephew, Fred.

10, The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Here comes another classic Christmas animation movie adorned with songs and dance, full of fantasy and a little bit panic. 

 

In case users amass scores of classic Christmas DVD movies and aspire to back up them to Mac, iPhone, iPad, etc. MacX DVD Ripper Pro can achieve it just like a piece of cake. It grants you to rip classic Christmas DVD films to Mac, iPhone, iPad, MP4, MOV, etc. In addition, its copy feature lets you back up classic Christmas DVD films onto Mac or storing device with original DVD structure, coupled with pristine video quality and original 5.1 channels Dolby AC3/DTS audio.

To know more information about MacX DVD Ripper pro, please visit:

http://www.macxdvd.com/mac-dvd-ripper-pro/  

Tips: MacX DVD Ripper Pro is given away at MacXDVD 2013 Xmas promotion to celebrate this festive season.

To know more information about MacXDVD 2013 Xmas special offer, please visit:

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Humming Christmas Carols cheerfully is a fantastic way to strengthen the atmosphere of Christmas. And picking several classic Christmas movies for watching with family on Christmas Day is also a remarkable means to embrace the forthcoming Christmas. Here are several classic Christmas movies in conformity with the substances of Christmas listed by MacXDVD and hope they can add glitters to Christmas.

1, Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

What makes her amazed is that after the end of the parade, Kris still claims himself as real Santa. At first, Doris and Susan regard Kris as insane. Gradually, Susan finds indeed he is very special.

2, A Christmas Story (1983)

The most interesting part of this lies in the kid's rich world, which lets you think of your childhood. Besides, Ralphie's monologue is the voice from a mature man so as to infuse much more humorous elements to it.

3, Christmas Vacation (1989)

The hero Clark intends to plan an extended family Christmas, while things go athwart that Clark's parents and parents-in-law turn it to be a big disaster.

4, Home Alone (1990)

This film represents an eight-year-old boy, Kevin who is inadvertently left alone at home, bravely defeats two thieves with his self-made funny traps.

5, Bad Santa (2003)

As a must-see classic Christmas movie, this is also a comedy that a miserable deceiver and his partner pose as Santa and his little helper to rob department stores on Christmas Eve.

6, Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1994)

This Christmas animation short film mainly narrates a red-nosed reindeer Rudolph who is ousted by its ethnic group looks for a shelter in a small island with its friends. Later, it wants to salvage the bullied toys so that it turns to Father Christmas for help.

7, A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965)

When Charlie Brown murmurs at the dominant materialism that he sees among the public during the Christmas season, Lucy suggests that he become director of the school nativity play.

8, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)

This Christmas animation movie principally tells a grumpy hermit hatches a plan to steal Christmas from the Whos of Whoville. This clip not only covers various interesting plots, but also features the vivid and distinctive cartoon figures to bring you a big visual feast.

9, The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

A penny pincher, Ebenezer Scrooge, who is achingly mean to his book-keeping staff Bob Cratchit and even his nephew, Fred.

10, The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

Here comes another classic Christmas animation movie adorned with songs and dance, full of fantasy and a little bit panic. 

 

In case users amass scores of classic Christmas DVD movies and aspire to back up them to Mac, iPhone, iPad, etc. MacX DVD Ripper Pro can achieve it just like a piece of cake. It grants you to rip classic Christmas DVD films to Mac, iPhone, iPad, MP4, MOV, etc. In addition, its copy feature lets you back up classic Christmas DVD films onto Mac or storing device with original DVD structure, coupled with pristine video quality and original 5.1 channels Dolby AC3/DTS audio.

To know more information about MacX DVD Ripper pro, please visit:

http://www.macxdvd.com/mac-dvd-ripper-pro/  

Tips: MacX DVD Ripper Pro is given away at MacXDVD 2013 Xmas promotion to celebrate this festive season.

To know more information about MacXDVD 2013 Xmas special offer, please visit:

http://www.macxdvd.com/giveaway/giveaway/