Christmas Tea (NM) - The Top 5 Festive Films

Would this really be blogmas if it didn't have a list of the best Christmas films? I think not! Throughout this post, I'm going to be sharing my most loved festive films.

Elf - Starting Will Farrell, James Caan and Zooey Deschanel this film is an absolute classic, it doesn't feel like Christmas until I've dusted my Elf DVD off and had it on repeat! This story follows Buddy the Elf's journey on finding out he is actually human and his trip to New York to find and meet his father all the while spreading the Christmas cheer.

Miracle on 34th Street - Another classic that I watch every December and even earlier this year since it's on Netflix. I've watched it at least ten times already... Oops! The 1994 version and the one I adore is the fourth remake of the original staring Richard Attenborough and Elizabeth Perkins. This story follows Cole's Department Store's special events director she hunts for a new Santa Clause. The new Santa Clause makes it his mission to get the children of New York to believe in Santa Clause again.

Love Actually - This is the one Christmas film that I always forget about it then when I get around to watching it I'm disappointed I haven't been watching it all of December. Love Actually stars Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson and Keira Knightly, this film follows different aspects of love shown through ten separate stories with each star being the main character in each story. As the film progresses it becomes evident that all the characters are interlinked. The story is a classic Christmas love story mixed with comedy.

The Holliday Calendar - This is a new addition to my usual Christmas films. I discovered this in November and is a film that I find myself recommending to everyone and coming back to watch over and over again. I was initially drawn to this film when I seent that Kat Graham was one of the main actors and I was not disappointed. The story follows a magic advent calendar throughout December with some love and comedy thrown in for good measures.

Arthur Christmas - This 2011 Christmas cartoon is one that I watch over and over throughout December. Staring the voices of James McAvoy, Bill Nighy and Ashley Jensen this film tells the story of Santa Clause's son who goes on a mission to deliver on girls Christmas present that Santa Clause failed to deliver. This is a feel-good Christmas film that the whole family will love!

Much Love, 
Niamh X

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