Where and when you can watch Christmas movies in Milwaukee theaters

Another signal of issues returning to normal-ish: Milwaukee film theaters going all-in with traditional Christmas movies. 

Not as many as earlier than the COVID-19 pandemic, after all. Two common vacation film contributors, Neighborhood Theater Group’s Rosebud and Times cinemas, have but to reopen for the reason that world shut down in March 2020. But their sister theater, the Avalon in Bay View, continues the custom. 

Here’s the place and when you can see Christmas movies, current and traditional, on the large display screen in December in Milwaukee.  

Christmas movies on the Rivoli Theater 

The Rivoli Theater’s 2021 Holiday Film Festival is just about like 2020’s competition on the Cedarburg theater, albeit with out the seating restrictions in place final winter. The group movie show, W62-N567 Washington Ave., goes all-Christmas beginning Dec. 3. Admission is $4. Info: rivoliofcedarburg.com

Buddy (Will Ferrell) gets a ride with Santa (Ed Asner) in "Elf."

Dec. 3: 7 p.m., “A Christmas Story”

Dec. 4: 3:30 p.m., “Elf”; 7 p.m., “It’s a Wonderful Life” 

Dec. 5: 3:30 p.m., “The Polar Express”; 7 p.m., “Susan Slept Here” 

Dec. 6: 7 p.m., “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation” 

Dec. 7: 7 p.m., “Holiday Inn” 

Dec. 8: 7 p.m., “The Bells of St. Mary’s” 

Dec. 9: 7 p.m., “You’ve Got Mail” 

Dec. 10: 7 p.m., “White Christmas” 

Dec. 11: 3:30 p.m., “The Polar Express”; 7 p.m., “Elf” 

Cary Grant, left, plays an angel sent to help a struggling minister (David Niven) and his wife (Loretta Young) in "The Bishop's Wife."

Dec. 12: 3:30 p.m., “The Star”; 7 p.m., “The Bishop’s Wife” 

Dec. 13: 7 p.m., “It’s a Wonderful Life” 

Dec. 14: 7 p.m., “It Happened on 5th Avenue” 

Dec. 15: 7 p.m., “New in Town” 

Dec. 16: 7 p.m., “The Holiday” 

Dec. 17: 7 p.m., “Elf” 

Dec. 18: 1 p.m., “Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer”; 3:30 p.m., “The Bells of St. Mary’s”; 7 p.m., “White Christmas” 

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