So for the month of December, I'm taking part in Jane's Christmas Bloggers series! (Go to her blog for more deets and how to take part) and today I'll be discussing all my favourite Christmas movies. Bring on the childhood nostalgia!
First of all, any photos I'm using in this blog post are not mine, I got them all from Google Images.
So the first film I love is Miracle on 34th Street with Richard Attenborough (brother of David Attenborough) and my favourite actress when I was a child, Mara Wilson. Every year without fail I have to watch Miracle on 34th Street, now that I'm older I understand the plot much more than I did when I was a child. I thought it was boring but Mara Wilson is such a sassy child, I think I learnt from the best.
Apparently I make a similar facial expression quite frequently!
Next up in my favourite movies is The Santa Clause
I was watching this yesterday and it's one of my absolute favourites, the childhood memories are overwhelming when I watch this film and like Miracle on 34th Street, I understand the plot and the humour behind the movie. The Santa Clause, literally a clause like in a contract. I really like little things like that in films!
Another film I love is Elf!
I absolutely adore Elf! It's jam packed with humour and I just love it. A brilliant film to laugh at but I love the ending of the film, it really portrays a childhood innocence we all possess and sadly lose as we all grow up and face reality.
The last film I'm going to talk about for now is my all time favourite film. LOVE ACTUALLY. I honestly cannot describe my love for this film, when I see Love Actually, it's officially Christmas.
I love how everyone in the film has a connection to one another and all find love and happiness throughout the film, along with the star-studded cast and brilliant acting, I just ADORE the film.
This is one of my favourite scenes from the film, Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln (who plays Rick in The Walking Dead)
Hugh Grant and Martine McCuctheon are more of my favourites, along with Liam Neeson . Bill Nighy though, that intro just makes me literally explode with laughter!
So that's it from me about my
childhood nostalgia I mean favourite Christmas films!
Stay Strong, Happy and Fearless!