Thanksgiving is over. Pumpkin pies have become a memory. Christmas has just passed. Still, you must be enjoying staying at home over the winter holidays. For some people, holidays prove to be boring because they have nothing special to do. Make your days special with these two highest grossing holiday films.


“Frozen” is a horror flick. This American film's writer and director is Adam Green. The marvelous acting of Emma Bell, Shawn Ashmore, and Kevin Zegers makes it a great holiday movie. Dan Walker (Kevin Zegers) and Joe Lynch (Shawn Ashmore) are childhood friends.

Dan's girlfriend, Parker O'Neil (Emma Bell) is a fabulous and hot lady. The three decide to spend their holidays at a New England ski resort. They are eager to visit the Mount Holliston before going back to home. But something strange happens here. They come across a couple of strange situations and feel terrified. Rileah Vanderbilt has beautifully played Shannon, and Ed Ackerman has made an appearance as Jason. The overall cinematography of “Frozen” is excellent. Most of its scenes have been shot in Ogden, Utah. This film grossed more than $2.7 million worldwide. Rotten Tomatoes has claimed that this film has received about 78% positive reviews the world over.

Arthur Christmas

“Arthur Christmas” was released in 2011.

This British-American film was produced by Aardman Animations and Sony Pictures. It is one of the best movies to watch this winter. The film was released in the second week of November 2011 in Europe, and the US. Sarah Smith has beautifully directed this project. Barry Cook is its co-director. The movie has voices of James McAvoy, Hugh Laurie, Bill Nighy, Jim Broadbent, Imelda Staunton, and Ashley Jensen.

Set on Christmas night, the film is about Santa Claus' clumsy son Arthur Claus. He is a funny character. Arthur has discovered something exciting to make his winter holidays unforgettable. At the same time, he forgets to deliver a girl’s gift, and is now worried about how to make her happy. Finally, Arthur throws a party for that girl.

This movie received positive reviews overall. Rotten Tomatoes has reported that more than ninety percent critics gave it satisfactory comments. “Arthur Christmas” grossed $46,262,469 in North America, $33,234,089 in the UK, and $67,622,914 in other parts of the world.