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You don't need to shell out on pricey (or numerous) streaming subscriptions to get some quality movies on telly over the festive period.
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Christmas lends itself very nicely to movie watching. Everyone has time to burn and the entire family is far too full of mince pies and lukewarm leftover turkey to actually muster the energy required to leave the sofa.With that in mind, Christmas films are an indispensable part of the cinema landscape. These are movies people often watch every single year and fall in love with over the course of time. The 21st century has yielded its fair share of festive classics, which already feel as essential to the Christmas experience as trees, presents and the year's most depressing episode of EastEnders.Read more: Things we learned from Paul Feig about Last ChristmasBut which is the best Christmas film of the 21st century? It's time to crunch the numbers. From a longlist of the major festive releases since 2000, we ranked them three times — based on global box office, Rotten Tomatoes critic score and the same site's audience score — and awarded points for the rankings.The result is a (theoretically) definitive list of the best the 21st century has to offer when it comes to Christmas viewing. So settle down with that advent calendar you promised yourself you wouldn't entirely consume before December even starts, and dive in.
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From action blockbusters to classic Christmas films, this is your perfect guide to the best movies to watch this festive season.
It’s that time of year again when chocolate becomes a viable breakfast option and alcohol becomes part of your daily routine.It’s also the only time of year it’s OK to listen to Slade un-ironically, but most excitingly, it’s the time of year we get to revisit our favourite festive films for the millionth time.Here to help you watch your favourite Christmas movies in a whole new light is some of our favourite festive film trivia…Read more 7 movies that are basically the same as Home Alone 10 stars who will be HUGE in 2018 Hollywood offspring aiming for stardom in 2018
If you're getting ready for your annual viewing of Christmas classic Home Alone, you should totally double-bill it with one of this lot...
Us Brits are fairly traditional when it comes to Christmas movies. ‘Love, Actually’. 'Elf’. 'Santa Clause: The Movie’. Whatever latest festive abomination Vince Vaughn has delivered in his considerable sack.
We all love a good Christmas movie, but which ones are the most successful? We had a look at how much festive films made at the box office, adjusting the totals for inflation.
Around this time each year the festive adverts begin to appear, but the 2016 one for fashion designer Burberry starring Domhnall Gleeson and Sienna Miller has gotten people talking. The short film - which is technically an advert even though it lasts over three-and-a-half minutes - is the latest campaign for the Burberry brand, called ‘The Tale of Thomas Burberry’. Directed by Asif Kapadia, the Oscar-winning documentary maker of ‘Amy’ and the superb ‘Senna’, the short film features some stellar acting talent alongside ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ villain Gleeson and ‘Cinderella’s’ Lily James, with Dominic West completing an impressive roster.
This morning we were invited to the launch of Tom Fletcher’s newest book, and first novel, ‘The Christmasaurus’, and we have to admit that we weren’t quite prepared for what followed – which genuinely included cameo appearances from Hollywood actors Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron. After talking us through the synopsis of his heartfelt book, which is released on Thursday, the McFly frontman dropped a rather huge clanger by announcing that it was already being turned into an animated, musical film with bigshot director, Michael Gracey, and they even had the concept art to show us and a couple of songs to perform. Unfortunately, Michael Gracey was busy in New York filming his latest movie, but he did send a video message about his involvement with the film, which was promptly interrupted by actors Hugh and Zac, who gatecrashed the video to reinforce just how bloomin’ good ‘The Christmasaurus’ is.
The ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ star went to see ill children in a Seattle hospital with the help of a small baby Groot - let’s face it, Star-Lord is nothing without his fellow crew, right? Seattle Children’s Hospital tweeted a touching snap of the actor with a tiny but happy-looking cancer battler, with the hashtag #StrongAgainstCancer. 2016 will no doubt be a busy year for Hollywood’s newest and most in-demand action hero, with ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ and ‘Jurassic World’ sequels due out in 2017 and 2018 respectively.