Here’s the terribly belated Christmas movies-post! I’ve had quite a lot to do for class recently, which is why I’ve been fairly absent on here. I know that this list is the same as last year’s, but I don’t have any new favourites to talk about. I still thought I’d repost this to get in the Christmas spirit, plus if you’re new here, you might not have seen this yet.
The Polar Express
Directed in 2004 by Robert Zemeckis
I wrote about the book in my last post, and I think they did a really good job of adapting this. The book isn’t very long, so there wasn’t perhaps that much to adapt, but the entire book is in here. Some themes have also been developed, which is really nice. This is one of my favourite Christmas movies of all time ❤ .
A Bride for Christmas
Directed in 2012 by Gary Yates
This is one of those medium-quality, super cheesy TV films that always show up around Christmas time. I remember watching this one morning around Christmas a couple of years ago because it aired on TV and my mum happened to record it. Although it’s cheesy, it’s also worth watching.
Directed in 2006 by Nancy Meyers
I watched this for the first time a couple of years ago and liked it a lot ❤ . The Holiday is one of those staple Christmas movies and I would love to rematch it, but our DVD has mysteriously disappeared and it’s not on Netflix. Anyway, I saw someone describe this as “that Hugh Grant film without Hugh Grant” and I totally agree, so if you like that type I would definitely recommend this!