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BellaMumsnet · 22/11/2021 09:17

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BristolMum96 · 22/11/2021 09:59

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

vampirethriller · 22/11/2021 10:01

Muppets Christmas Carol! Best thing Michael Caine ever didGrin

ImJustMum · 22/11/2021 10:47

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 · 22/11/2021 10:50

Klaus! Smile

HerRoyalWitchyness · 22/11/2021 10:56

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

voyager50 · 22/11/2021 12:59

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

I also love Love Actually.

NerrSnerr · 22/11/2021 13:00

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

shumway · 22/11/2021 13:00

Robin robin.

Fastforwardtospring · 22/11/2021 13:00

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

colourmebladd · 22/11/2021 13:24

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

Hoptoit1 · 22/11/2021 13:38

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 · 22/11/2021 13:53

It's A Wonderful Life.

LarkspurLane · 22/11/2021 13:54

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

Sassylassy18 · 22/11/2021 14:03

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

SequinsandStiIettos · 22/11/2021 15:24

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

Regina70 · 22/11/2021 15:36

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 · 22/11/2021 15:42

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

gaslady14 · 22/11/2021 16:08

Polar express, frozen, the snowman!

canyoutoleratethis · 22/11/2021 16:37

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

MrsLeclerc · 22/11/2021 16:58

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 · 22/11/2021 17:52

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 · 22/11/2021 18:06

Human Centipede 2. Grin

AudTheDeepMinded · 22/11/2021 18:11

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 · 22/11/2021 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.

fishnships · 22/11/2021 19:02

Arthur Christmas and Paddington 1 and 2.

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