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Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 10 | Noelle

We're sticking with the festive theme for our Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide with "Noelle"; a Christmas movie that hit Disney+ in the US last year but has only recently reached European shores. And yes the lockdown may have ended here in the UK, but with the Tier system back in place, did it ever really end? Regardless, we shall be continuing our Moustache Lockdown (Not Lockdown) Streaming Survival Guide for the foreseeable future. As always you can find all of the other entries in our Streaming Survival Guide by clicking here .  After Santa Claus (Jay Brazeau) passes away, the role is passed down to his son Nick (Bill Hader). But when his training doesn't go well, it becomes clear that Nick isn't exactly ecstatic about his new job, so his sister Noelle (Anna Kendrick) suggests he take the weekend off and get away from it all. The only problem is; Nick doesn't come back. Now, with the fate of Christmas in jeopardy, and cousin Gabe's (Billy Eichner) tech

Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 9 | Lego Star Wars Holiday Special

  It may only be November, but Disney is wasting no time in getting the festive ball rolling - much like everyone else. So for the latest instalment of our Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide I took a look at the 'Lego Star Wars Holiday Special' on Disney+. Don't forget to check out the rest of our guide, you can find all of the other entries by clicking here . After the defeat of the First Order, Rey and her friends are looking forward to their first Life Day celebration together. But Rey is struggling to teach Finn in the ways of the force, and a chance discovery in the 'Sacred Jedi Texts' sends her in search of a lost Jedi temple, which contains "a key to the galaxy's past". Something she hopes might aid in the training of her padawan. All the while the rest of the gang prepare for the big party. Given the notoriety of the original Star Wars Holiday Special, you'd figure even mentioning the words "holiday" and "special" in the

Finding Santa: A Christmas Story | Average guy Movie Review

Santa Claus is missing, and the evil Krampus has taken over his workshop. The only person who can save Christmas is a young orphan boy named Julius. But can he do it before every child wakes up to a lump of coal in their stocking? If you're looking for a fun, family movie this Christmas, "Finding Santa: A Christmas Story" could be just what you're looking for. It's a heart-warming tale of a boy struggling with self-confidence, who finds himself on this massive adventure to find Santa and save his favourite holiday. But Julius (Herman Knop) isn't alone, he has help in the form of a fairy called Safina (Maria Lucia Rosenberg), and a giant, talking pig named Herman (Lars Hjortshøi). Now if a giant, talking pig doesn't sell this movie to you, I don't know what will!... Did I mention he's made of marzipan? This magical world where Christmas is under threat, has been brought to life a great voice cast and some wonderfully quirky animation -

Vote for Die Hard: The ULTIMATE Christmas Movie

'Tis the season to be jolly, which means lots of tinsel, wrapping paper, empty bank accounts and the same damn Christmas music playing over and over. But it also means we have the perfect excuse to watch Die Hard - the ULTIMATE Christmas movie - as many times as we want. It's my pick for Best Christmas Movie in the latest LAMBracket from The Large Association of Movie Blogs, and I need your help. You can vote for it over at the LAMB's website , or on Facebook , Instagram and Twitter . Now many of you are probably thinking; Die Hard? That's not a Christmas movie! Well respectfully, you're wrong. I don't think Die Hard could get any more Christmassy. For one thing, it's on TV every December. The story takes place during a party on Christmas Eve. There's plenty of decorations, trees and music, not to mention the most inventive use of Christmas tape the world has ever seen. Our hero even sends his enemies a heart-warming Christmas message, &q

Advent Calendar of Christmas Movies

1st December: Planes, Trains and Automobiles 2nd December: The Snowman, The Snowman and The Snowdog and Father Christmas 3rd December: Miracle on 34th Street 4th December: Gremlins 5th December: Lethal Weapon 6th December: Home Alone 7th December: Elf 8th December: Scrooged 9th December: The Polar Express 10th December: Christmas with the Kranks 11th December: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang 12th December: Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 13th December: The Nightmare Before Christmas 14th December: A Christmas Carol 15th December: Fred Claus 16th December: How The Grinch Stole Christmas 17th December: The Santa Clause 18th December: The Muppet Christmas Carol 19th December: Santa Claus: The Movie 20th December: Jack Frost 21st December: Die Hard 2: Die Harder 22nd December: Four Christmases