Miracle On 34th Street Analysis

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The frosty winter air is opening the door for another heavenly Christmas. A maelstrom of love hits every soul, leaving a magical touch of joy and faith. What is the best thing to do in this season? Watch Christmas movies. Two holiday films that will leave something to talk about are A Christmas Carol, a movie adapted to the book by Charles Dickens, and Miracle on 34th Street, a John Hughes production. Both these movies are classics. A Christmas Carol narrates the story about a stingy, old man, by the name of Ezeber Scrooge, who doesn 't believe in Christmas, and his path to becoming a believer. In Miracle on 34th Street, we can watch a young girl who was taught not to believe in Christmas spirits and traditions, like Santa Claus. This girl is shown throughout the movie why she should have faith. Even if the main topic of both movies is Christmas, one is a more of a “scary” type, while the other one a more family appropriate film. They both leave a great message to reflect on, and will make the holidays an even better time. Miracle on 34th Street and A Christmas Carol belong from the same Christmas tree, but are each a particular Christmas ornament.
One of the main things to contrast between A Christmas Carol and Miracle on 34th Street is how one is trying to change the death of the main character, and the other one is trying to change the beginning-life of the leading character. In A Christmas Carol Ezeber Scrooge is on the bridge of death, he has less than one year to
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