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Started by: karenyates
On: 23/12/2018 | 14:42
Replies: 20
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by: karenyates
on: 23/12/2018 | 14:42

We sat up last night until 4am this morning, as a family and watched Christmas films on Netflix. 

They were so far fetched and cheesy beyond belief but I enjoyed it so much.

No death doom or gloom films are allowed,just naff happy endings .😀

 

Does anyone still bother watching Christmas films or are we just 'sad cases?'🤣

 

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Message 1 of 21
by: otbc11
on: 23/12/2018 | 15:31
Cannot stand American films not many British ones about I haven't seen.
Message 2 of 21
by: yvonnearmstrong
on: 23/12/2018 | 15:43
@karenyates

Hi Karen

We love the lampoons Xmas films they are so funny and probably
Cheesy 😁but you've still got to laugh at them

Merry Xmas to you and your family🎅
Yvonne
Message 3 of 21
by: leedi0t1403
on: 23/12/2018 | 15:51
Die hard hahaha
Message 4 of 21
by: nerrin
on: 23/12/2018 | 15:58

@karenyates

 

I love Miracle on 34th Street (the 1947 version) and Scrooge (1951 wth Alastair Sim)

Message 5 of 21
by: karenyates
on: 23/12/2018 | 16:56

@otbc11

 

You would have hated our evening, what we watched was all American drival but a nice family evening anyway.👍

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Message 6 of 21
by: karenyates
on: 23/12/2018 | 16:59

@yvonnearmstrong

A Christmas Carol and Miracle on 34th St are my all time favourites.

Merry Christmas xx

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Message 7 of 21
by: majorincident
on: 23/12/2018 | 17:20

I only have terrestial television and remember when there were blockbuster Christmas movies on the telly.  At the moment, Elf is on and as I have missed it every year since started being shown on telly, will record it on +1.

 

I bought the bumper Radiotimes, but have yet to see if there is actually worth catching.

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Message 8 of 21
by: kathleen414
on: 23/12/2018 | 17:32

@nerrin wrote:

@karenyates

 

I love Miracle on 34th Street (the 1947 version) and Scrooge (1951 wth Alastair Sim)

This is my fave Christmas Film and i will be 100% watching again Karen 

Sounds like a fab evening

Smiley Happy

Message 9 of 21
by: isabel1066
on: 23/12/2018 | 18:00
just waiting for Scrooge coming on seen it loads of times.
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