The Best Films to watch on Christmas Eve


We are finally here *internally screams*. I hope everyone reading this has a wonderful Christmas, and here’s to an amazing 2019. I’d like to take a quick moment to thank everyone for reading the ramblings of my mind on here. I started this blog only in August with no expectation other than to have some fun, and to have a positive little corner of the internet to call my own. Since then I’ve had amazing opportunities and event invites, I’ve worked with some wonderful brands, and more importantly I’ve made some really lovely friends and been introduced to the wonderful community of bloggers, so thank you all. I’m excited to welcome in the New Year and see what’s to come for everyone! The future is exciting.

Now that my mush is out of the way, here is my list of my top favourite films that you HAVE to watch on Christmas Eve (snuggled up in jumpers and with gallons of hot chocolate, it’s basically the rules).


Now as much as I appreciate the true meaning of Christmas, I’m not talking about the traditional Nativity film, but instead the Martin Freeman version. Not only is it funny and endearing but it’s really heartfelt and makes me feel all warm and fuzzy all over. Don’t start singing this soundtrack around me because I can’t promise that I won’t do the three kings rap…

The Santa Clause 1-3

In my house this has always been the traditional Santa films to watch. It’s my favourite Christmas series, I love the way it paints the North Pole, it makes you feel all magical inside.


’Santaaaaa, oh my god.’ I mean, it’s a classic. There’s not much more to say on this one. Who doesn’t like Elf?? Will Ferrell surely at his best.

The Holiday

I love this film so much so that I literally watch it any time of the year, but it’s such a perfect film to make you feel loved, and excited for Christmas. Who doesn’t love a mushy love story that makes you fall in love with Christmas all over again.

Home Alone

Kevin McAllister taking on two dreadful thieves with toys, old Christmas Films, and ‘you filthy animal’. We won’t talk about the newest sequels, but this film is the epitome of Christmas.

Love Actually

I think this movie makes everyone feel all gooey inside. It makes you laugh, cry and want to hug everyone. Of course it’s a Richard Curtis movie. Anyone who doesn’t cry when Emma Thompson finds THAT necklace is either lying or dead inside.

Miracle on 34th Street

This is the ultimate magical family film. It makes me want to spend Christmas time in New York. It really reminds me of how lucky I am to have such a lovely family and boyfriend (Tom wrote that).

Giving you all my love and warmth this Christmas! Love Soph x


1 Comment

  1. April 13, 2020 / 10:16 pm

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