10 New Year’s cartoons

Tapes for children and adults that will help you dive even deeper into the fabulous atmosphere of the New Year.

Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983)

This animation talks about eternal values in a funny way. Beloved Mickey Mouse, Goofy and Mac Duck bring to life a hilarious remake of Dickens’ timeless classic, A Christmas Carol.

Shrek the Halls (2007)

The film tells the story of how a good-natured green giant does not know what the New Year holidays are and what to eat them with. And so that his friends don’t laugh at him because of this, Shrek goes to the city, where he buys the book “Christmas Rules for Rural Fools.” This will help him celebrate the New Year according to all the rules.

Kung Fu Panda Holiday (2010)

The dynamic short film highlights the beauty of family values. In it, the beloved panda named Po prepares festive noodles.

Arthur Christmas

The full-length film shows what happens behind the scenes of the beautiful myth of the omnipresent Santa. With a generous dose of humor and action, the film will tell how he manages to fly around all the children on the planet in one night.

Rise of the Guardians (2012)

In this epic New Year’s film, Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and the Sandman are not just heroes of children’s myths, but real superheroes. They unite as the Avengers to confront the evil wizard who has swung at the sacred – children’s dreams.

Olaf’s Frozen Adventure (2017)

The animation tells about our favorite little snowman and his friend – a shturpak reindeer named Sven. Together they prepare for Christmas and everything goes wrong.

The Grinch (2018)

The cartoon tells the story of a green furry bastard who creates problems for everyone. Her main goal is to steal Santa and destroy the bright Christmas traditions. But will the main character be able to resist the New Year’s miracle?

Glacial period. A Giant Christmas (2011)

The film shows with humor how to save the New Year’s holiday if it seems that all plans are hopelessly destroyed.

Saving Santa (2013)

The Kind Ribbon teaches children that mutual aid is a great force that can save the world.

Dragons: Gift of the Night Fury (2011)

The cartoon brings medieval legends to life and effectively mixes them with New Year’s tales about crazy journeys to the ends of the world. Not only people, but also flying reptiles understand that it is impossible to live without Christmas.