Christmas Films – 10-6

10. It’s A Wonderful Life (1946) Review

One of the most depressing films you will ever watch, until the last few minutes of course. It really does have such a great heart!

9. The Polar Express (2004) Review

I went to see this film at the Cinema on Christmas Eve last year and it really is such a magical experience. I know that a Polar Express runs for children to go on not far from where I live and I think that just shows how powerful this film was and still is. You have to believe, I think it touches everyone because everyone goes through that.

8. The Grinch (2000)

Basically after a bad experience the Grinch hates Christmas so decides to steal it from the people who were horrible to him as a child.

7. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) Review

Our favourite child was this time lost in New York, a whole new place to have an incredible adventure. Bet you can guess who just happens to be in New York . . . Oh and Tim Curry is in this film just as an added bonus!

6. Love Actually (2003) Review

I didn’t even like this film at all the first time I watched it. Now I certainly do love it and watch it at some point over the festive period. It does have a lot of different stories going on but also some nice Christmas messages (as well as some very corny moments). Not forgetting that it introduced and started my love for Bill Nighy.

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