CHRISTMAS wouldn’t be Christmas without re-watching our favourite festive flicks, with Love Actually and Miracle on 34th Street high on the list of must-see movies.
But now you can catch some Christmas classics on the big screen, including Die Hard, Elf and Home Alone.
Odeon, Vue and Cineworld are screening the flicks in the run-up to Christmas.
Odeon is showing all three films on various dates, with Die Hard showing in most locations tomorrow.
If you’re really in to the movie, starring Bruce Willis, Cineworld is showing a back-to-back double bill of the first two films on December 9.
Despite the plot followingNew York City policeman, John McClane, battling terrorists to free his wife, it's become a festive favourite as it's set on Christmas Eve.
Odeon is showing Home Alone at most locations on December 14 – arguably one of the most iconic Christmas films.
Released in 1990, it tells the story of a little boy, aka Macaulay Culkin, who's left alone over the Christmas holidays.
A more recent addition to the must-watch Christmas movie list is Elf, starring Will Ferrell, released in 2003.
It tells the story of Buddy, a human, who is raised in the North Pole but travels to New York to find his real parents after discovering the truth about his past.
You can catch Elf on December 7 at Odeon cinemas, while Vue is screening the film at most locations up until December 15, so you’ve got plenty of time to get yourself a ticket.
Remember to check with your local cinema as screenings vary
across the country.
Meanwhile shoppers are going wild for Primark's Mickey Mouse bauble advent calendar.
Plus people are going wild for these gold-dusted hot chocolate bombs – which even have marshmallows inside.
And parents are raving about 3D felt Christmas tree which they say keeps kids entertained for hours.
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