At this time of year who doesn't want to snuggle up and watch a good Christmas movie that will make you roll yours eyes and cry at the same time. I did a post on Christmas DVD's but I have also been watching loads on Netflix so I could share a selection of the ones I liked most with you guys. At least that's what I told myself when I put things off to watch Christmas films. 

So here are a few that you might enjoy,

All I Want For Christmas (1991)


"The only thing that sibling Hallie and Ethan are hoping they get for Christmas is the reconciliation of their divorced parents."

This film was fun, sad, happy, joyful and a perfect film for the entire family. Mischievous kids do their best to get their parents back together for Christmas. It can be kind of cheesy and predictable at times but I think most movies can, especially these kind of movies.

Angel of Christmas (2015)


"While researching a family heirloom, a jilted news staffer uncovers the ornament's magical past and meets someone special, perhaps not by coincidence"

Even though the acting in the movie isn't great, I really enjoyed it. I got hooked on the story behind the angel and was intrigued to know what happened. It's a romantic Christmas film for the entire family to watch.

Once Upon a Holiday (2015)


"A princess runs away from her royal duties during a Christmas visit to a big city and meets a                                 nice guy who shows her the joys of living a normal life."

Do you ever watch a movie and think "this is so bad that it's good"? Well that's exactly what I thought about this one. I didn't have the urge to turn it off and I didn't get bored, that says a lot. I usually decide whether I like the film within the first ten minutes and that's when I lose interest if it's no good. But this one kept me watching even though I knew where it was going.

Nativity! (2009)


"Paul charged with directing his school's Nativity play, falsely boasts that his ex-girlfriend plans to turn the production into a film"

I have to say, this is the best one I've watched on Netflix so far. It funny, sad, happy and everything in-between. I don't really know what else to say without giving anything away but if you love the British humor, I'd definitely recommend this film.

Angels Sing (2013)


"After moving into a neighborhood drenched in holiday spirit, a man whose brother died on Christmas years before begins to see beyond his own sadness."

I watched this one with my brother, who is really picky when it comes to films, and we both really enjoyed it. It's not like your typical Christmas movie, not so cheesy and predictable. 

I hope my taste in movies isn't terrible and that you all enjoy them as much as I did even though they can be pretty cheesy, but isn't that the best bit? 

Let me know if you've seen and and what you thought of them in the comments.