Jun 01, 2015 04:11
Let’s face it, it is too damn cold to do anything in winter unless a pile of blankets, a snuggly lounge, some popcorn and a hot chocolate is involved.
Yep, there is nothing better in winter than pulling on a pair of trackies and snuggling up to our main squeeze for a movie marathon – here’s what we will be watching.
The holiday (2006)
As soon as it hits winter, this is the first movie that we reach for. It’s funny, it’s romantic, it stars Cameron Diaz, Jude Law and Kate Winslet – what more could you want in a movie?
Harry Potter (2001 – 2011)
If you don’t have time to snuggle up with the books (always the best option) then get your hands on the Harry Potter movies. Watch one, watch them all – it’s the ultimate winter movie-marathon series.
A woman who is desperately in love with everything Jane Austen spends her savings on trip to Austenland, which is like a mini-Jane Austen themed town. Prepare to laugh and laugh, because this one is hilarious and features some of our favourite actresses.
If you haven’t seen it yet, grab a block of your favourite chocolate and snuggle up with this one. It’s got the super-sexy Johnny Depp, loads of chocolate, French accents and romance.
Crazy, Stupid, Love (2011)
I don’t care what time of year it is, get your hands on this flick and watch it again and again and again. Drool over Ryan Gosling and laugh ‘till you cry with our favourite funny-man, Steve Carell.
The Jane Austen book club (2007)
Think your relationship is like a Jane Austen novel? You’re not the only one – this movie proves it. Whether you’re a fan of the author or not, you’ll be a fan of this movie.
A winter romance too good to not make it on the list. Enough said.
The Lion King (1994)
Nothing cheers us up on a cold and depressing night like the best children’s movie of all time: The Lion King. We grew up on it and we’re going to grow old on it!
Home Alone (1990)
While our Christmas doesn’t fall in winter, it doesn’t mean that we can’t enjoy a classic like Home Alone. It is by far one of the greatest winter movies.
The Notebook (2011)
Do we really need to say anything? Just watch it.