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Capricorns – those born between December 22 and January 21 — are said to age backwards, being those "old souls" in your life who seem to have been grown-up since they were in kindergarten. They are known for being responsible and committed to duty, which is why they tend to finally lighten up as they get older, rather than the other way around. If there's one iconic Christmas movie character that needs to learn to lighten up and enjoy life a little — besides the literal Grinch and the literal Scrooge, of course — it's James Stewart in the beloved classic "It's a Wonderful Life."
This Frank Capra classic is actually one of the darkest Christmas movies out there. The film begins with Stewart's George Bailey attempting suicide because his family's building and loan is about to go under, he could face embezzlement charges, and he has repeatedly denied his one true wish: to travel around the world and seek adventure. After being saved from drowning by an angel, George wishes he was never born, and the angel shows him what life without him would have been like for the town. George is a leader in Bedford Falls — a position many Capricorns find themselves in – but he has put so much into helping others that he has nothing left in the proverbial tank for himself or his family.
Really, "It's a Wonderful Life" is a movie about the importance of mutual aid (the building and loan is eventually saved when all the townspeople chip in a few dollars each), but it's also about being in the world rather than simply being of it — a message many Capricorns could certainly stand to internalize themselves.
Source : https://www.looper.com/669807/the-christmas-movie-you-are-based-on-your-zodiac-sign/298