Top 10 Films and TV to cosy up to this Christmas

Top 10 Films and TV to cosy up to this Christmas

Some true classics and some new adaptions and series, here is our guide on what to watch this Winter. In your pyjamas of course!

  1. The Holiday. Probably the all-time favourite to watch whilst writing Christmas cards or decorating the tree. It definitely gets us in the Christmas mood with the quaint cottages and cosy fires.
  2. The Snowman. A beautiful classic to watch with all the family. As the young boy goes on an adventure with his snowman friend we listen to the iconic “Walking in the Air”.
  3. Bridget Jones Diary. Christmas jumpers, Mr Darcy, awkward Christmas parties, this film is beautifully heart-warming.
  4. The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse. Based on the book by Charley Mackesy this hand drawn, traditionally animated film is poignant and heart-felt. Your children will love it and you will find it difficult to hold back those tears. BBC iPlayer.

  5. The Polar Express. A young boy takes an extraordinary train ride to the North Pole. It's won an  Academy-Award and Golden-Globe so it's sure to be good, plus Tom Hanks is part of it! Find on Amazon Prime.
  6. Chicken Run: Rise of the Nugget. The sequel to Chicken Run - one to watch with all the family. Found on Netflix from. Friday 15th December. 
  7. Mog's Christmas. Children will love this story about a cat who feels overwhelmed by the changes Christmas brings to her family. Narrated by Adjoa Andoh (Bridgerton). Christmas Eve - Channel 4
  8. Beyond Paradise. ‘It's very Christmassy. It’s a very famous story that you'll recognise, but with a sort of modern twist on it,’ promises Kris Marshall. ‘It’s heart-warming, funny, and a little bit sad in the middle.’ Christmas Eve - BBC1
  9. Tabby McTat. From the fabulous duo Julia Donaldson and Axel Schleffer’s picture book. Christmas Day BBC1
  10. Call The Midwife. After you have eaten all you can and unwrapped all the pressies this is likely to be heartwarming for the end of Christmas Day. BBC1.

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