Foggy dawn, or freezing cold nights can be a great way to watch the most favorite movie sitting by the dew-drenched window. The trembling at the climax of the movie during a sip of coffee under the blanket may resonate with shivering in the cold. This article is featured with the top-rated winter movies to give a push to that experience.
Greatest Winter Movies of All Times
Home Alone | 1990 | IMDb: 7.6
Directed by Chris Columbus and produced by John Hughes , this Christmas movie is loved by adults as well as kids. McClellan Culkin's cute performance in this comedy movie takes viewers back to the screen again and again even in this 21st century. The adventures of Kevin, the protagonist of the movie, are enough to make any winter night enjoyable. Following its popularity around the world, five more sequels were made. The latest version- Home Sweet Home Alone was released on November 12, 2021.
Harry Potter Film Series | 2001-2011 | IMDb: Average 7.6
JK Rowling's timeless character movies are enough to fill any winter. These films were produced under the direction of world-renowned directors such as Chris Columbus, Alfonso Cuaron, Mike Newell, and David Yates. Harry Potter's childhood and adolescence were captivating. Six of the eight movies presented by Warner Bros hit the box office with Oscar nominations. The main characters, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint, are still known to fans as Harry Potter, Hermione, and Ron respectively. This British film series with all the great backgrounds of winter takes the viewers to their childhood in no time.
Frozen | 2013 | IMDb: 7.4
Directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, this Disney movie fairy tale effortlessly captivates anyone. The dialogues of animated characters like Anna, Elsa, Christoph, and Olaf in the voiceover of Kristen Bell, Edina Menzel, Jonathan Graf, Josh Gad, and Santino Fontana respectively keep the audience engaged from beginning to end. Here Lopez and Anderson-Lopez's song "Let It Go" became very popular and took the whole movie to another level. As a result, it won an Oscar for Best Original Song and Best Animated Movie.
Chronicles of Narnia(2005–2010) IMDb: average 6.6
The Chronicles of Narnia trilogy's 2005 movie The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe will cherish your soul by virtue of the versatile fairy tale characters in a snowy land. Clive Staples Lewis's 1950s novel seemed to come alive with the touch of directors Andrew Adamson and Michael Apted. The film, produced under the banner of Disney, starred George Henley, Schneider Keynes, William Moseley, and Anna Popwellwell. The first edition of the trilogy made a box office hit, including an Oscar for Best Makeup.