As the temperatures lower and the days become shorter, kick back and relax to these awesome films this festive season.
What better way to start off the festive season than with a true Christmas classic! Having been raised by elves, join Buddy (Will Ferrel) on his quest to New York to find his real father. Regardless of whether you have seen it before, you can guarantee that this film will get everyone gathered and giggling around the television. Buckle up, get some popcorn and dive into the magical world of Elf!
Are you and your little ones fans of Disney? Since the launch of Frozen back in 2013, every December, we mums and our youngsters just can never seem to let it go! See what we did there? Apart from winning the award for the ‘world’s catchiest musical known on the planet’ (according to the kids and us mums anyway), this festive, musical fantasy is the perfect film to watch for this December. If you have never seen this before, we warn you, you’ll never get these songs out of your head!
A Star is Born (2018):
In the mood for a romantic drama? Perhaps the kids are in bed or are staying over at their friend’s house? Then look no further than A Star is Born, a love story as old as time, featuring the incredible talents of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. Go on a romantic adventure as seasoned musician, Jackson Maine falls head over heels for struggling artist Ally. Make sure you have a box of tissues close to your side. Believe us, you’ll need them!
Bohemian Rhapsody (2018):
Sticking with the drama genre for just a moment longer, why not celebrate the work and triumphs of Queen and the extraordinary Freddie Mercury this December? Just released this October, discover how Freddie defied stereotypes and rose to fame becoming one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. If you are looking for a fun-filled, biographical drama, then look no further!
The Polar Express (2004):
Perfect for watching on Christmas Eve, this Christmas classic still leaves us mums and our little ones feeling festive despite being over a decade old. Snuggle under a blanket and get ready to go an extraordinary train ride to the North Pole!
Do you agree with our list? Let us know in the comments what you’ll be watching this December.