Christmas Movies That Boomers Loved But Gen Z Think Are Totally Outdated

It’s A Wonderful Life

Its slower pace and black-and-white photography may turn off Gen Z viewers acclimated to fast-paced, visually exciting blockbusters.

Miracle On 34th Street

Boomers enjoy “Miracle on 34th Street” for its touching narrative and adorable Santa Claus, but Gen Z may find its Christmas enchantment outmoded.

White Christmas

Boomers love “White Christmas” for its legendary tunes and dancing routines. Its old-fashioned melody and post-war atmosphere may turn off younger listeners.

A Charlie Brown Christmas

Boomers love the simplicity and emotional message of this animated classic. Gen Z viewers used to more complex animation and storyline may not like its simple approach.

Holiday Inn

Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire's “Holiday Inn” delights Boomers. However, its outdated cultural allusions and narrative style may not appeal to Gen Z.

The Bells Of St. Mary’s

This 1940s classic's plodding pace and old-fashioned moral precepts may turn off Gen Z, who prefer modern topics and faster storylines.

Babes In Toyland

Boomers loved this fantasy film's fanciful tale and atmosphere. However, its outmoded special effects and storyline may not appeal to Gen Z.

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