Can you even say it’s Christmas if you haven’t spent three days not moving, watching nothing but Christmas films and all while stuffing your face full of Quality Street? I think not. There may be some of you looking at your television guide, desperately looking for something festive to watch but not being able to find anything. “How can this possibly be?!?” I hear you all asking and that my friends is where I come in. I am going to share with you my favourite films to watch during the festive period, but it just isn’t possible for me to put these films in any order so I’ve listed these films in any random order. So let’s begin shall we?
So first up is a classic and I personally think that it isn’t Christmas until I have watched this and it is fact, the one, the only, Elf! This film is a staple for me and probably everyone because it is just the perfect thing to watch if you want to get into the festive spirit. If you are reading this and have never seen this film, drop everything and go watch it right now! (or later, I mean you might be doing something pretty important, but if thats the case why are reading this?) Anyway Elf is great!
The next film I have on this list is Nativity! I absolutely love this film, it’s such heartwarming story and everyone in the film is so talented! It’s a really funny film and it also has two sequels which are also amazing but nothing quite beats the original. I watch it every Christmas and if you haven’t watched it, I highly recommend you do.
Next up is Arthur Christmas, again I really like this film. It’s really good to get you into the Christmas spirit and I just love the idea of the film with ‘Father Christmas’ being a title passed down the family with each generation being different from the last. It would be a great film to watch on Christmas Eve, especially if there are children in your family.
White Christmas is a classic and it’s a film I have watched every single Christmas for as long as I remember so I just couldn’t leave it off this list! There is nothing quite like watching White Christmas whilst curled up in front of the fire and drinking a hot chocolate. Also the music is just amazing!
There are also a couple of non-Christmassy Christmas films that I just had to put on this list because although they don’t involve Christmas they are played every single year. These are Frozen (but literally any Disney film is great), The Wizard of Oz and the Harry Potter series. For some reason Christmas just isn’t the same if I haven’t watched every single Harry Potter film or sang every song from the Wizard of Oz or Frozen so these films just had to be on this list.
Anyway those were my favourite Christmas films, if you have any favourites that I haven’t mentioned please let me know because I need some more Christmas films to watch! Thank you so much for reading, I really hoped you enjoyed this post and I will see you all tomorrow, bye x