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HO, HO, HO, Merry Blogmas?! | Blogmas day one // My favourite Christmas films

I'm going to do blogmas. Every single day there will be a new, short, fun Christmas blog post for you to enjoy. I will do doing posts beauty related, as well as random ones too! Also, every weekend I will be showing you what I got in my makeup revolution advent calender from the past week.

Today's post will be all about my favourite Christmas films. Let's get started!

1. ELF

Elf is my absolute favourite Christmas film EVER! I love it so much. Will Ferrell plays the main character, Buddy, and it is a movie filled with laughter and Christmas spirit. I love it so much!

2. Home Alone

A classic. In my family we all love Home Alone, it is such a good movie to watch with your family and friends, and if you haven't seen it, well, you must do!

3. Nativity!

The nativity's are a trio of Christmas films based around young children in a primary school putting on some sort of nativity. These heart-warming, hilarious films are a must see and pretty underrated if you ask me!

4. Scrooge/A Christmas carol

I overall really like the story of Scrooge and A Christmas carol and I again think it's a must see classic!

5. Grounded

This film again is pretty underrated. It's about lots of different kids and teenagers who are stuck in an airport around Christmas time. It's funny, and good for if you want to watch something a little different.

6. Foster

I found this film really interesting. It's about a couple who 'foster' a little boy. Again, it's heart-warming and a lovely watch, but it has some twists which keep you hooked.

7. Bad Santa

Again this film is great for if you want something a little different, which is still festive but funny at the same time.

8. Arthur Christmas

A cool, modern day cartoon which keeps you entertained while being gripping and still festive. I love it!

9. Fred Claus

Fred Claus is all about when Santa's older less cheery brother is forced to come to the North Pole. i think you might be able to imagine what possibly happens next...

10. Beethoven's Christmas Adventure

I really like this film a lot! Again it isn't really talked about but it's a good watch! It's all about how Beethoven must retrieve Santa's sack from a pair of crooks!


What is your favourite Christmas film? Let me know in comments below! Did I miss any classics out? Again, let me know, as I would love to know some more films to watch over this festive period!


Sorry this post was up on the 2nd instead of the 1st, but last night didn't really go to plan so It's gone up tonight instead! I am going to post another tonight to make up for it, so you still have the same amount of posts in blogmas!

Seasons greetings,
Tamzin xxx


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