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Christmas Films at London Cinemas

Alone at Christmas and need a festive boost? Want an escape from the hordes of relatives roaming around your flat? Get off the sofa and out to the cinema and check out the View London list of your best choices for Christmas films at London cinemas. Perfect for family films and general good cheer for the 2014 season.

Christmas films at London cinemas for the 2014 holiday season include family friendly choices like Paddington and Nativity 3: Dude, Where's my Donkey?, comedies like Get Santa, musical remake Annie and the third Hobbit film, The Battle of Five Armies.

The iconic from darkest Peru bear makes a move onto the big screen this Christmas as he joins Nicole Kidman, Julie Walters and Downton star Hugh Bonneville in one big family friendly tale.

Paddington Film Trailer

Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey?
The renowned Nativity series returns with yet another festive offering that sees the children of St Bernadette's Primary School attempting to get their new teacher's memory back and find their lost donkey Archie.

Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey? Film Trailer

Get Santa
Need to take some little ones to see Christmas films at London cinemas? This one is sure to be a hit with festive film fans as it stars well loved British actor Jim Broadbent as Santa, who inadvertently crashes his sleigh into a garage and ends up in prison.

Get Santa Film Trailer

Little orphan Annie is back and rebooted for the 21st century in this new take on the musical. Starring Quvenzhané Wallis as Annie herself, the rest of the cast includes the likes of Rose Byrne, Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz.

Annie Film Trailer

The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies
The final part of The Hobbit trilogy gets a Christmas films slot as the classic J.R.R. Tolkien story comes to a conclusion as Bilbo Baggins ends his journey with Gandalf the Grey, played by Ian McKellen.

The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies Film Trailer

Here's another chance to take the family to the cinema with a rerelase of this overwhelmingly successful Disney animation, perfect if you're tired of old school Christmas films at London cinemas.

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Polar Express
One of the biggest and most popular Christmas animations of the last decade, Polar Express is on release every year - if you haven't taken your little ones to see it on the big screen, now is the time to do it.

Polar Express Film Review

Can’t get out of the house or just want to spend some quality time with family and friends in front of the TV? Here’s a list of Christmas films from the last few years as well as some classics to rent to get you into the seasonal spirit.

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Christmas films at London cinemas will be running during the 2013 Christmas season. For more information on Christmas in London, see the links below.

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Content updated: 23/04/2019 03:03

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