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Christmas film emoji quiz: How many festive movies did you guess?

It’s meant to be the most wonderful time of the year, but there’s no denying that Christmas 2020 is going to look a little different.

We might have to pull crackers with a smaller group, while festive drinks may be transformed into a Zoom party or two – but there are some things that will never change.

We’re still going to nurse food babies while lying in front of the telly, flicking through the best Christmas TV offerings.

There are some epic movies on the TV this year – with Netflix unveiling their slate of films, and Rakuten offering some absolute classics.

Last week, we offered an emoji quiz of the best festive treats to give you some inspiration of what to stream – as well as giving your minds a little work out.

Scroll down for the answers and to see what got you stumped.

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Die Hard always tops the list of most iconic Christmas films (Picture: 20th Century)

 

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Will you be watching Home Alone this year? (Picture: 20th Century Fox)
  1. ?? – Home Alone
  2. ⚰️? – Die Hard
  3. ? – The Holiday
  4. ♥️✔️ – Love Actually
  5. ?➡️? – Christmas with the Kranks
  6. ???? – Four Christmases
  7. ?➡️?➡️? – Jingle All The Way
  8. ??‍♀️ – The Princess Switch
  9. ?⬅️? – Last Christmas
  10. ?? – The Christmas Chronicles
  11. ❄️ – Frozen
  12. ???? – The Muppet Christmas Carol
  13. ?? – The Santa Clause
  14. ❄️❄️❄️✔️ – Let It Snow
  15. ❌?‍?‍?? – A Bad Moms Christmas
  16. ?? – A Christmas Prince
  17. ??? – Bad Santa
  18. ? – Elf
  19. ?? – The Holiday Calendar
  20. ?3️⃣4️⃣ ? – Miracle on 34th Street

There were some crackers in there – be honest, how many did you get right?

 


Credit: Original article published here.

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