5. Jack Frost- It's nice to get a little bit emotional round Christmas time and I like to think this film brings that sadness. I like how it reminds us that bad things still do happen at Christmas time and for a short while, it pops the happy Christmas bubble brings me back to the real world for a while.
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4. Mary Poppins- I'm not entirely sure if this counts as I am aware, it's not a Christmas film. But, every year it's show on TV on New Years Day and I just enjoy that almost the entire nation all sit collectively, singing along in their individual homes to Spoonful of Sugar and Feed the Birds and I just really really love it and it reminds me of Christmas time
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2. Miracle on 34th Street- This films represents literally everything I want in life; Santa to be real, a beautiful house, a perfect relationship and blanket style snow. There is nothing about this film that isn't amazing and full of festive wonders and still, after seeing it so many times, I get really into the court scene and feel the same emotions I did the first time round.
1. Nativity (all of them..)- I feel like the humour in Nativity is aimed at 5-9 year-olds which for me, is perfect! I love the whole childish nonsense and this film oozes festive spirit and immature humour. Plus there's many a musical number which floats my boat even more
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Let me know what your favourite Christmas films are because I'd love to check them out!