It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)
It may be slightly early to mention the ‘C word’ but Christmas will soon be here, and what better film to start with than It’s A Wonderful Life. This seasonal classic starring James Stewart is one that everyone should know. The celebration of family and togetherness during the cold months and through the holiday season makes it the perfect film to share with family and friends.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
The story of Disney’s first princess, Snow White, is one that has been passed down for decades. A lovely film to share with young children or for older Disney fans to enjoy time and time again, Snow White is a quintessential Disney film, and even the name has a wintry ring to it.
Another classic Disney film (this time from 1940), this rendition of the story of Pinocchio has warmed hearts worldwide since its release. For years, this film has bestowed upon us the lasting message that family comes in all forms, and that it should be treasured.
Also known as ‘A Christmas Carol’, this is a classic adaptation of the famous Charles Dickens novel. This iconic story makes you appreciate the true value of everything in your life; helping you to see that there is good in everyone, and everyone can grow to see things differently.
Singin’ In the Rain (1952)
Simply one of the very best musicals of all time.
The happy-go-lucky tone of the film is charming, and the characters are very lovable. The central plot surrounds the development of technicolor films so, for you film lovers, this is quite an interesting one! The recognisable songs such as ‘Good Morning’, ‘All I Do is Dream of You’ and of course, ‘Singin’ In The Rain’ will have you swinging around nearby lamp posts – though a staircase banister may suffice.