My Top 5 Christmas Films

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Now that bonfire night and Halloween have passed it is officially ok to talk and do all things Christmas and I mean everything! We have had our Christmas decorations, wrapping paper and all on sale in work for ages now and it’s time to join in on the fun. We watched our first Christmas film on Sunday, Elf, of course, it’s now a frazzled tradition, the first Christmas film, first week of November, is always Elf. Always.

Sky’s Christmas movie channel is on and there really isn’t any excuse not to start watching all my favourite Christmas films again and again and again! Especially now I am getting multiroom in my bedroom can.not.wait.

Read on for My 5 Top Christmas films of all time!

Elf

OMG! Santa, I know him” “The best way to spread christmas cheer is sing it loud for all to hear” Oh, I love this film, I mean who doesn’t! You do don’t you?

Miracle on 34th Street (1994)

Little Susan make friends with Cole’s department stores new Santa who just so happens to be Santa Claus himself, magical! What’s not to love. didn’t we all want to meet the ‘real’ Santa when we were kids?

The Santa Clause

Tim Allen plays a man who accidentally becomes the next Santa Clause with him morphing into him physically and mentally. There are 3 films to watch and I love them all.

Jingle All The Way

Good ‘ole Arnie, the dad who is determined to come through for his son at all costs. We’ve all been there. Christmas eve frantically trying to get that last minute must have toy at all costs! Luckily we now have Amazon next day delivery!

Mrs. Miracle.

Mrs. Miracle She’s the best nanny in the world! She cooks, she cleans, she finds you love all at Christmas, it’s magic I tell you, magic! I love Mrs. Miracle I do (and I want her for myself too)

All of the above will probably be on repeat from now until Christmas. What will you be watching this Christmas?

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  1. I would have to add National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Home Alone/Home Alone 2 to that list. I love Christmas films, we already started watching them a couple of weeks ago!

  2. I love Elf and Santa Claus the movie! I’ve just discovered the Christmas 24 channel which has lots of TV movies which have been a great way to fill in the afternoon when I should be working!

  3. Oh, I love love LOVE Christmas and all the films! I watched my first Christmas film of the year a couple of days ago, actually.
    Elf! The best Christmas film of them all. I figured now it’s November it’s close enough to get away with watching it! 🙂
    Another one I’d add to your list is Santa Who? If you haven’t watched it, you should – it’s another brilliant one.