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Christmas Film Playlist...

What's on my Christmas Playlist this year in terms of classic movies. I have all the films listed to get us all feeling extremely Christmassy in the lead up to the special day...
The Golden Oldie's:
It's A Wonderful Life- A film that every generation loves. This is the ultimate film that reminds me of Christmas and being snuggled up on the sofa with a mug of tea.
White Christmas- Nothing wrong with a little musical at Christmas time. Again, a classic old film. But, one that your whole family can watch together.

The Classics:
Dr Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas- The Grinch is not my favourite Christmas film but It definitely does get me feeling very Christmassy. 
Jingle All The Way- A bit of harmless Christmas mayhem portrayed hysterically. This is one that I watched relentlessly as a child and still will routinely every Christmas.

The Child/Adult Friendly:
Home Alone 1- My favourite Christmas Film! Home alone is just such an endearing film that leaves me in stitches. Even now as a 21 year old girl. No Shame.
Home Alone 2- And to follow on, Home alone 2. Yes, another favourite of mine. This is not the best out the two but by all means still comical and endearing.

The Romantic:
The Holiday- The one that leaves me in tears, in a good way. This film really grabs your heart strings and leaves you feeling content and appreciative at Christmas time. 
Love Actually- A funny, romantic. A great film for Christmas which isn't too Christmassy but follows the lives of individuals around christmas time.

The Christmas Ish:
Bridget Jones Diary- Not too Christmassy but a classic to watch in the winter time. Come on, everyone loves Bridget Jones, she's so real in character. 
Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe- Get yourself a blanket and snuggle up with a film that reminds you of childhood at christmas time. Christmas is a time to release that inner child we all have. 



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