Blogmas Day Seven! My All-Time Favourite Christmas Films To Celebrate The Holidays With!

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Good Afternoon Lovelies,

Today I was in a bit of a pickle what to write and so I decided that it would be best to go with a look at some of my favourite Christmas films of all time!


This was a hard post to write, because I have so many and my collection is always growing, but I believe these are always the most perfect posts to write about at this time of year. So grab a blanket, snuggle up and enjoy these classics...

Elf: In our house, my mum is known as Buddy the Elf, for personal reasons, and this film has there so become the film that represents our house during the festive season. Will Ferrell will forever be remembered because of this role and the way he spreads Christmas cheer.


Home Alone: Kevin has to be one of the coolest kids in film history, as he runs wild at Christmas after being left home alone. Nobody has the skills to match his and he definitely showed us what to do if we are ever in his situation.


It’s A Wonderful Life: The biggest, best and most incredible Christmas film of all time, this is one that everyone has to watch once in their lifetime. James Stewart captivates us in this Christmas film that will warm hearts for years to come.


Love Actually: A British classic, this film makes everyone come together and celebrate the big day. There is an even important message this year when you listen to the opening words of the film. Love is everywhere if we look very closely this festive season lovelies.


The Holiday: Last week I heard someone say that this film was shit, but it definitely has the ability to make audiences smile, as we see Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz swap lives and homes for the festive season. A must watch romantic comedy.


The Nightmare Before Christmas: Although the director and creator stated the film was a Halloween film, there is so much in this film that makes it a Christmas film. From the main storyline to the characters dreams, this is a mixture of delights for all season lovers.


The Grinch: Christmas isn’t Christmas without this green figure trying to ruin it. However, with his comedic ways, The Grinch is definitely a figure who spreads a lot of Christmas joy instead of destroying it.


Nativity: A film that manages to get songs stuck in your head from the moment it begins. This has become a Christmas classic in our house, as we watch Christmas be restored to one teacher and his school.


Which Christmas film is your favourite lovelies? Let me know!

Blog Soon,
Joey X

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