Christmas Films Battle: Round 1!
As a bit of fun in the lead up to Christmas, we thought we’d
introduce the Christmas Films Battle!
For this first phase, 16 well-known and loved Christmas films have been selected. It was a tough job, but someone had to do it. They have been entered into a random draw generator to keep things fair, so now all that’s left is to vote…
Pick your favorites from the following pairs to move them through to the Quarter-Final stage! You have until Wednesday 8th December to share your choices. If anything is unclear or you have any questions let me know!
Elf v Love Actually
Nativity! v Muppets Christmas Carol
The Polar Express v The Grinch (1999)
Scrooged v Frozen
The Holiday v Die Hard
Miracle on 34th Street v It’s A Wonderful Life
White Christmas v Home Alone
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer v The Santa Clause
P.S. You can also vote for your favourite Christmas songs if you haven't already here.
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