Lastly, We had to bring back a film we believe should be a Christmas family classic, Sony Pictures Animation's "The Star," which was released in 2017.
"The Star" grossed $38,641,925 at the box office and tells the story of the Nativity from the perspective of its animal characters.
"The Star" hit theaters on Nov. 17 of last year as the first faith-based animated film since 1998's "Prince of Egypt." It tells the story of the first Christmas through the perspective of the animals that traveled with Mary and Joseph to Bethlehem and witnessed Jesus' birth.
"The Star" features voice-overs from Steven Yeun ("The Walking Dead") as Bo the donkey; singer Kelly Clarkson as Leah the horse; Anthony Anderson as Zach the goat; comedian Gabriel Iglesias as Rufus the dog; Kris Kristofferson as the Old Donkey; Zac Levi playing Joseph; Gina Rodriguez as Mary (mother of Jesus); Oprah Winfrey as Deborah; Tyler Perry as Cyrus and Tracy Morgan as Felix.
The film is available on Netflix. For information on the DVD, click here.