Blogmas Day 7 – My Top 10 Christmas Films

There is nothing that puts me in a Christmassy mood more than a good Christmas film….. Just me?

I’ve lost count of the amount of Christmas films I’ve ALREADY watched THIS YEAR!

I’m always scrolling through Netflix for any new ones, or on the off chance that maybe a true classic has been put on. A genuine feel good, heart warming Christmas film is the perfect way to spend any evening or rainy day or morning… or pretty much any time really.

But amongst all those story lines, plot twists and friendly snowmen…. We all have our favourites, those films we go back to year after year, those stories that never get old, the Characters we’re always happy to see.

Comment your favourite below ⬇️

I’m fully aware that rating Christmas films can be controversial, so I hope I don’t upset anyone! 🙈

I’m going to list my top 10 favourite Christmas films (not necessarily in order – it was a very difficult decision) and if I don’t mention one of your favourites then please let me know! That only means I have more great ones to watch this year……

My TOP 10 Christmas Films:

Elf (2003)

The Grinch (2000)

The Polar Express (2004)

Home Alone 1 and 2 (1990 – 1992)

The Santa Clause 1, 2 and 3 (1994 – 2006)

Frozen (2013)

The Holiday (2006)

A Christmas Carol (2009)

Arthur Christmas (2011)

Love the Coopers (2015)

I’m aware that I’ve listed 2 Home Alone’s and 3 The Santa Clause’s. But I just couldn’t choose!

Don’t forget to comment your favourite, especially if I missed it off my list….

Merry Christmas!

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