There are lots of movies to enjoy over the Christmas period this year – including family favourites, adventures and feel-good comedies. Little ones can enjoy films like Cinderella, Home, Monsters University and The Muppet Christmas Carol which will provide plenty of festive entertainment. Meanwhile, adults can look forward to watching the lavish The Great Gatsby, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, as well as A Royal Night Out on Channel 5. Some of the films are on as early as 7.40am, which is ideal if your children get up earlier on Christmas morning. Take a look at our top picks below. Christmas Eve, Sunday December 24 The Lego Batman Movie, Sky Cinema Premiere, 1.25pm and 7pm Batman (voiced by Will Arnett) is wallowing in loneliness at Wayne Manor with his loyal butler Alfred (Ralph Fiennes) when Commissioner Gordon (Hector Elizondo) hands over control to his daughter, Barbara (Rosario Dawson). She calls into question the effectiveness of Batman when all his nemeses, including The Joker (Zach Galifianakis), remain at large. Despite the stinging criticism, Batman is smitten and in the midst of this romantic fog, he inadvertently agrees to adopt plucky orphan Dick Grayson (Michael Cera), who infiltrates the Bat Cave and picks out… Read full this story
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