Film Quizzes: Feel-Good Christmas Films

It’s not long left until Christmas Day. Have you any traditions? Are you on schedule for getting everyone’s presents? A year to the day after my last Christmas quiz, here are six of the best feel-good Christmas-themed films. Do you have a favourite from the list or one you always watch?

Film Quizzes - Feel good Christmas Films Film 1  (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Feel good Christmas Films Film 2  (1990s)

Film Quizzes - Feel good Christmas Films Film 3  (2000s)

Film Quizzes - Feel good Christmas Films Film 4  (2000s)

Film Quizzes - Feel good Christmas Films Film 5  (2000s)

Film Quizzes - Feel good Christmas Films Film 6 (2010+)

Answers below

1. The Muppet’s Christmas Carol  (1992)

2. Miracle on 34th Street  (1994)

3. The Family Man  (2000)

4. Elf  (2003)

5. Love, Actually  (2003)

6. Arthur Christmas  (2011)

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46 thoughts on “Film Quizzes: Feel-Good Christmas Films

      • Interesting question. I see it differently every year. That’s why I always come back to that film. The first years I thought the happy ending stories was fun. But the recent years I don’t care for that as much as I did in the beginning. Now I like the little side stories. They have so much more to tell than the other ones.

      • Yes and the Emma Thompson dilemma. Joni Mitchells song is a showstopper every year. I like the fun stuff in the film too. And the Christmas greetings with the que cards. I like all things, but in different way every year. Oh I got to see that film soon again. It’s almost Christmas!

      • The music is awesome and yes. Jump is one of my favorites too. His dance is funny. The thought of someone dancing in such place is great. I like his Our country is a great country speech.

    • It’s basically a modern day retelling of It’s a Wonderful Life, but with more focus on family. A guy has loads of money but no family is seen what life is like had he married his high school sweetheart.

      • I love the story between Joanna Page and Martin Freeman. I also love when they go looking for Natalie in the dodgy bit of Wandsworth… mostly because I live in the dodgy bit of Wandsworth.

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