Share the films you’re looking forward to watching with the family this winter - £200 voucher to be won

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BellaMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 22-Nov-21 09:17:20

Created for FindAnyFilm

Whether it’s a Christmas classic or a recently released blockbuster, we want to know what films you’ll be watching at home with the family this winter.

- Post your film choices in the thread below to be entered into a prize draw
- One lucky MNer will win a £200 voucher for a store of their choice

Here’s what FindAnyFilm has to say:

“With so much out there to choose from these days, it can be tough to decide what to cuddle-up and download on a cold December night when the kids are finally in bed, or what DVD to add to the big-shop for your next family film night. The latest research shows that personal recommendations are the reason 83% of people give for picking their next film or TV show to buy or rent, which is why Mumsnet is the perfect place to help you choose what to watch from now until Christmas!”



Thanks and good luck with the prize draw!
MNHQ

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BristolMum96 Mon 22-Nov-21 09:59:59

Nightmare before Christmas! For my 4 year old who is weirdly obsessed with all things spooky yet festive

vampirethriller Mon 22-Nov-21 10:01:22

Muppets Christmas Carol! Best thing Michael Caine ever didgrin

ImJustMum Mon 22-Nov-21 10:47:17

I do like polar express but my oldest is finally old enough to appriciate home alone so looking forward to his giggles watching that one

tulips27 Mon 22-Nov-21 10:50:22

Klaus! smile

HerRoyalWitchyness Mon 22-Nov-21 10:56:01

The nightmare before Christmas is a massive hit in our house
Also miracle on 34th Street

voyager50 Mon 22-Nov-21 12:59:12

I agree with vampirethriller - Muppets Christmas Carol is the best family Christmas film ever and we always sing along.

I also love Love Actually.

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NerrSnerr Mon 22-Nov-21 13:00:14

We enjoy the Nativity films. My children are just old enough to properly watch them through.

shumway Mon 22-Nov-21 13:00:20

Robin robin.

Fastforwardtospring Mon 22-Nov-21 13:00:29

Remake of West Side Story, out in cinema 10th December

colourmebladd Mon 22-Nov-21 13:24:58

Elf and It's a Wonderful Life, once the tree and decorations are up. Elf with the family, IAWL on my own with a glass of port, it's my own christmas tradition. I don't want anyone with me when I'm in Bedford Falls <3

Hoptoit1 Mon 22-Nov-21 13:38:29

My teen dc always insist on elf every year - it's a comfort and tradition. They always talk about seeing it at a traditional cinema with interval and ice cream cart and the youngest falling a sleep just before the end.

Leeds2 Mon 22-Nov-21 13:53:04

It's A Wonderful Life.

LarkspurLane Mon 22-Nov-21 13:54:10

It's a wonderful life. It's been a few years since I watched it.

Sassylassy18 Mon 22-Nov-21 14:03:39

It's got to be elf! I loooooove it!

SequinsandStiIettos Mon 22-Nov-21 15:24:37

Elf, The family stone, Last Xmas, the Santa clause

Regina70 Mon 22-Nov-21 15:37:00

Got to love a good family Movie Night and for Christmas I'd say Goonies for starter, Miracle on 34th Street for main and it's got to be Elf for dessert!!!!

frogface69 Mon 22-Nov-21 15:42:53

It’s a Wonderful Life and Elf ! Love them both, I know every word but never tire of them.

gaslady14 Mon 22-Nov-21 16:08:22

Polar express, frozen, the snowman!

canyoutoleratethis Mon 22-Nov-21 16:37:41

Bad Santa (after DD has gone to bed, obviously!)

MrsLeclerc Mon 22-Nov-21 16:58:30

I watch Muppet Christmas Carol every Christmas Eve once all the food prep is done. DS is 3 now and can sit through a film, so will be able to join me in the fun for the first time!

FourteenSixteenTwentyTwo Mon 22-Nov-21 17:52:22

We will also be looking forward to Muppets Christmas Carol for my 4 year old. I think it can sometimes be hard to find something appropriate but this is always a easy winner

OlgaDaPolga89 Mon 22-Nov-21 18:06:08

Human Centipede 2. grin

AudTheDeepMinded Mon 22-Nov-21 18:11:22

Arthur Christmas, we love it. Bill Nighy as Grand Santa is superb. DH and I are also partial to watching Hot Fuzz on Christmas Eve once the kids are in bed, always makes me chuckle.

Nsmum14 Mon 22-Nov-21 18:18:18

Home alone. We watched it for the first time two Christmases ago and my two kids loved it. It has since become a Christmas classic.

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