Saturday, 19 December 2015

What to watch on Netflix this Christmas



IT'S LESS THAN A WEEK UNTIL CHRISTMAS!! This is absolutely crazy. I swear I say this in every blog post, but this year has gone incredibly fast!

I don't know about you, but when I am back from uni for Christmas, I pretty much don't do anything apart from visiting family, occasionally seeing friends, and of course watching a whole bunch of TV. So I have put together a little list of things that I am currently watching on Netflix over the festive period

1. The Santa Claus

An absolute Christmas classic. I have always loved this film and have had a few watches on Netflix already this Christmas. I will never get over how cute Charlie is throughout the entire thing.


2. How I met your Mother

It's only been on Netflix for the past week or so, but I have started from the beginning and flicking it on when I need some background music when I am cooking, cleaning or getting ready. I forgot how much I am in love with Ted.


3. Extras

I have just finished Extras after watching it for the last few weeks and I absolutely LOVED it! It definitely is British Comedy at it's finest, with great guest stars and Barry from Eastenders, what's not to love. The Christmas special was so sad to watch, but Maggie is definitely my spirit animal. Her lines are hilarious.


4. A Royal Christmas 


So this is one of those cheesy American straight to TV holiday movies, with non other than Gretchen Weiners (so fetch) whose boyfriend turns out to be the prince of a European country. Of course it involves a training montage of her learning how to act in a royal setting and a strict mother who wants him to marry a royal, so no points for originality. It's predictable, cheesy and ridiculous, but hey, I'm a sucker for rubbish Christmas movies.

5. Chalet Girl

Ed Westwick being British for once. That is all. 

Do you have any recommendations for me? What are you watching this Christmas?



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