Tuesday, 23 December 2014
The Twelve Posts of Christmas: Christmas But Not As You Know It
Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without watching a least one Christmas movie. Of course it helps that that Christmas movie is Die Hard. Because Die Hard is THE only Christmas movie.
Just ask anyone.
After all it has everything that a person could want in a Christmas movie; witty one-liners, awesome villains in the form of the wickedly wonderful Alan Rickman and explosions.
How awesome is that.
There are of course a few other movies that are worth watching at Christmas time such as Die Hard 2 which manages to be almost as good as the first Die Hard movie.
Though I wouldn't recommend watching it if you're planning on flying anytime soon.
And since we're on a Christmas action kick you might want to follow these movies with The Long Kiss Goodnight which, once again, has explosions.
Then again you might feel like something a little more restful and maybe even romantic like While You Were Sleeping which is probably my second favourite Christmas movie. And of course you can always follow it up with Serendipity starring John Cusack, who like Johnny Depp, never seems to age and maybe a screening of Bridget Jones's Diary.
And all I need to say about that movie is Colin Firth.
You could also combine romance with a little bit of history and Englishness and watch The Christmas Candle
Of course if action or romance isn't your thing then Home For The Holidays may be what you are looking.
And yes I know isn't exactly a Christmas movie. Because yes it is set during Thanksgiving. But watching this or The Family Stone might just make you appreciate how wonderfully normal your family is.