Four Holiday Romcoms I Always Come Back To (Blogmas #12)

Hi Blisses,

It’s Day 12 of Blogmas and finally I’m sharing my favorite Holiday movies. I know you’ve seen countless of list such as this since Christmas Season started but hopefully, you still find my post entertaining. 🙂


A good movie is like a home you want to live in forever. But a good holiday movie is like a home you don’t mind leaving because you know it will always be there waiting for you to come back. Aaaww.. That’s probably one of the cheesiest things I’ve said here in my blog. Seriously I don’t know what happening to me these days. I’m cheesier and dumber than normal. 😂😂

But anyway, here are four Romantic Comedy Films I watch every December. And Iwon’t say anything about the plot, you can just watch the trailer. 🙂

1.) When Harry Met Sally (1989) ft. Meg Ryan/Billy Crystal

Young people this is NOT the Romcom you know. 🙂 🙂 This movie doesn’t have the usual funny scenes and lines we get to see in modern romcoms but ‘When Harry Met Sally’ still has the humour all of us can appreciate. Besides if you’re gonna watch this movie, you might wanna focus on more important factors than that. You guys, just watch this film. I HIGHLY recommend this. The character and plot development of this film are amazing.

2.) the Holiday (2006) ft. Cameron Diaz/Jude Law/Kate Winslet,Jack Black

It’s romantic, romantic and romantic. I swear I only know Jude law because of this movie. And I literally dreamy sigh every time I watch that scene where Jude Law kisses Cameron Diaz. And I love the romance between Kate Winslet and Jack Black.

3.) Bridget Jones’s Diary (2001) ft. Renée Zellweger/Colin Firth/Hugh Grant

Don’t even let me start with this. Though at times, I find some scenes cringy, they’re still funny. And so loving this film is so easy no matter how many times I’ve watched it.

4.) Just Friends (2005) ft. Ryan Reynolds/Amy Smart/Anna Farris

This is funny, romantic and cliche. Yes, I don’t always hate cliche. Friend zone, friends to lovers, Old High school love.All of those wrapped with hilarious scenes. Also I think Ryan Reynold’s made for comedies.

That’s it guys, hope you enjoy the list I featured today. 🙂



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