Vote for the best ever Christmas film as the holiday draws nearer

Kino.dk have opened the polls as new blockbusters hit the screens for Christmas

Danish cinema website Kino.dk is running a competition to find the best-loved Christmas film. 

Voting has started in the second round, with 81 movies remaining. Everyone who votes has a chance of winning tickets to see this year's top Danish Christmas offering, 'Familien Jul'.

The films that have made it this far include everything from 'Die Hard' (both the first and second instalments) to 'Winnie the Pooh: A very merry Pooh year'.

Danish Christmas films such as 'Pyrus På Pletten' are also included, although the comments on the website suggest British romcom 'Love Actually' will do well. 

Cast your vote here: http://www.kino.dk/nyheder/2014/11/runde-1-stem-paa-de-bedste-julefilm

 





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