The weekend before Christmas is finally here! You might be doing some last minute shopping, wrapping gifts, baking cookies, or simply spending time with your loved ones. If you are looking for a way to relax and prepare for a busy week seeing family or want a family-friendly movie, look no further. Here are some classic movies that are being shown this weekend. We also let you know where you can watch them on streaming platforms so you can catch them again and again, even when they are not currently playing on cable. Breakfast At Tiffany's\u00a0(1961) Jurow-Shepherd Platforms\/Channels: December 21st, 2018, at 8 PM on TCM, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Googe Play, Vudu, iTunes Breakfast at Tiffany's was loosely based on a novel by Truman Capote. Audrey Hepburn plays Holly Golightly who is a crazy socialite. This is one of her most famous roles and the movie has been deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant" by the United States Library of Congress. The Way We Were (1973) Columbia Pictures Platforms\/Channels: December 21st, 2018, at 10:15 PM on TCM, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Googe Play, Vudu, iTunes Robert Redford and Barbra Streisand\u00a0star in this romantic film about how opposites attract. The pair meets in college, separates, then meets again and decides to marry. However, their differences in politics\u00a0may ruin their relationship. A Christmas Carol (1951) United Artists Platforms\/Channels: December 21st, 2018, at 10:15 PM on TCM, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Googe Play, Vudu, iTunes Watch this holiday classic with your family about Ebenezer Scrooge who dislikes Christmas and in general is a really grumpy man. He is visited by the ghost of Christmas past, present, and future and learns the true meaning of Christmas and gets a new lease on life. Head onto the NEXT page for more movies to watch this weekend... Christmas in Connecticut (1945) Warner Bros. Platforms\/Channels: December 23rd, 2018, at 10:00 PM on TCM, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Googe Play, Vudu, iTunes This Christmas comedy focuses on a homemaker who doesn't really have the skills she needs. Hilarity and good Christmas cheer ensue\u00a0when she is forced to provide a family holiday for a war hero. National Lampoon's Vacation (1983) Warner Bros. Platforms\/Channels: December 23rd, 2018, at 8:00 PM on BBC, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Googe Play, Vudu, iTunes Clark Griswold becomes obsessed with taking his family on a vacation across the country to Wally World. Unfortunately, the trip is just one disaster after another. Find out what happened when one family decorated their home with a realistic looking Clark hanging Christmas lights. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) 20th Century Fox Platforms\/Channels: December 22nd, 2018, at 2:00 PM on CMT, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Googe Play, Vudu, iTunes In an attempt to spend more time with his children after a divorce, a dad dresses up as a nanny. Robin Williams stars in this hilarious and heartwarming movie about family. We really miss Robin Williams! Elf (2003) Warner Bros. Platforms\/Channels: December 22nd, 2018, at 6:00 PM on AMC, YouTube, Amazon Prime Video, Googe Play, Vudu, iTunes Will Ferrell plays a man who grew up at the North Pole and thinks he is a real elf. He goes out to find his biological father and things don't exactly go as planned. Find out what scene still makes Will Ferrell cry every time he watches it. It\u2019s important to note that for those interested in using a streaming service, in most cases you need a subscription.\u00a0Netflix subscriptions are as low as $9.99\u00a0a month and\u00a0Hulu subscriptions are as low as $7.99\u00a0a month. Amazon Prime members have\u00a0exclusive access to Amazon Prime videos! Other services such as\u00a0Google Play,\u00a0Vudu, and\u00a0iTunes\u00a0may cost a one-time fee for renting or buying movies via their services. Please SHARE this article to let your friends and family know what you'll be watching this holiday weekend!