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What Films Will You Be Watching in the Run up to Christmas?

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What films do you always have on your list to watch in the run up to Christmas? Are there any films you haven't watched yet that you'd like to watch this year? Which is your favourite christmas film? Which is your least favourite film?

SaverDeals
4 months ago
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joannecroston
joannecroston4 months ago

Home alone

Santa clause the movie

The Santa clause

Elf

The grinch

National lampoon Christmas vacation

All the classics really. I love Christmas 🤶

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Mango4
Mango44 months ago

Great selection of Films there, We will be watching all again those in the run up to Christmas, would also add Scrooged, Jingle all the Way, The Muppet Christmas Carol & Love Actually to the list

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SaverDeals
SaverDeals
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4 months ago

You definitely cannot beat the Christmas classics! I adore all of these, although I do think The Polar Express should be on the list! Always watch that with a hot chcolate!

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ACR
ACR4 months ago

I don't want to watch the same films every year, so I hope there will be an array of films on TV that I haven't seen before. I also plan to see Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which will be released in the cinemas on the 19th December. I really hated Episode VIII, so I have fairly low expectations about the new one.

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Lis
Lis4 months ago

dare i mention Bruce Willis

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ACES74
ACES744 months ago

Please do, then I can go... Fifth Element, Pulp Fiction, Mercury Rising, Unbreakable, Armageddon, Death Becomes Her, Blind Date, Die Hards and of course Moonlighting. I'd best stop but I've named my faves... 😉 x

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig4 months ago

None! I don't watch Christmas movies unless I have too! I will watch Christmas movies with my son when he is older but only the ones on TV.

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ACES74
ACES744 months ago

Definitely 'Planes, Trains and Automobiles' "...you're going the wrong way!" and 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation' is one of my faves too, joannecroston "...Squirrreeeeeel!!!" 🎄 x

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jcd
jcd4 months ago

New Christmas film!

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Rockman
Rockman4 months ago

Paul Feig? I was tortured enough by watching his "masterpieces" of Spy and GB2016. Admittedly, he did a great job for Arrested Development and The Office but likely because there were others involved (there were).

Not to mention in 2016, as GB2016 was a disaster the media, critics and fans of that abomination labelled anyone who didn't like it as "sexist" and "racist", just to name colorful names they used against the "trolls."

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SaverDeals
SaverDeals
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4 months ago

Ooh this looks interesting. I always like watching a new Christmas film. Thanks so much for sharing. Will have to check it out!

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Janhrrs
Janhrrs4 months ago

I love all the Christmas films and do watch them every year. My favourites are Elf and It's a Wonderful Life. My husband insists on Die Hard. I will also watch The Wizard of Oz and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. As a child I loved that they were on every Christmas

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AgnesFaludi
AgnesFaludi4 months ago

Grinch and Home Alone

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sarahgreen15
sarahgreen154 months ago

Love actually

home alone

Want to see that new Last Christmas and my partner is obsessed with Game of Thrones so Emilia Clarke should sway it so he watches it with me 🤣

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Letgetfreestuff
Letgetfreestuff4 months ago

I will be looking out for new Christmas and some are non-Christmas movies on Netflix but in cinema I would go for:

-Last Christmas.

-Arctic Dogs.

-Charle's Angels.

-Frozen II

-Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

-Spies in Disguise.

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gaelle0501
gaelle05014 months ago

Love actually. And i usually watch home alone whilst putting up my tree

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ukheather
ukheather4 months ago

I don't watch specific things before Christmas nor celebrate it

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angemski
angemski4 months ago

We always watch a version (old, cartoon, modern) of A Christmas Carol - it's a tradition. I'm hoping to get to see 'Last Christmas' as the trailer looks good and I've really enjoyed some of the other Emelia Clarke films.

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