Nativity DVD & Blu-Ray; Review and Giveaway

Film Review

Nativity! is out now on DVD and Blu-ray. We were lucky enough to be invited to the pre-release screening, unfortunately we couldn’t make that one, so they sent us a DVD to watch. Hooray! It stars Martin Freeman and Ashley Jenson who are great viewing in most things. I enjoy the way they both act and in this film they play pretty much the roles which would be expected of them.

The film follows what is basically a primary school Christmas play competition and manages to make it into a love story with all the ups and downs you would expect. It’s a fab Christmassy feel good movie and makes for very easy viewing. The soundtrack is great. Somehow in keeping with the low budget feel of the film, it’s a predictable, funny and very British movie perfect for this time of year and one which you will probably watch each year at Christmas.

Nativity! is out now on DVD and Blu-ray and courtesy of Entertainment One I have been lucky enough to get three copies of the DVD to giveaway on the blog. To enter just leave a comment below with some contact details (twitter ID would be perfect) and tell me what your all -time favourite Christmas film is. The competition is open to UK residents only and the winner will be picked at random. The competition closes at twelve noon on Wednesday 1st December, no late entries will be accepted. The winner will be notified shortly after and prizes will be sent directly from the PR Company. Good luck!

12 thoughts on “Nativity DVD & Blu-Ray; Review and Giveaway

  1. Ooo, favourite Christmas film has to be Miracle on 34th Street (not quite as shameful as Home Alone, which is second!) Maybe Nativity will be top of the list if I win ;-)<br /><br />@domesticgoddesq

  2. My most favourite Christmas film would be the Czech version of Cinderella, I have watched it on December 24th every year since I was a little girl, cannot wait to watch it with Isabelle 😉 @Kahanka

  3. Oh, I have so many favourites! But my all time fave has to be White Christmas, the colour version with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye.

  4. I seem to remember reading that Nativity was set in Coventry. It was all over the local papers – my home town was suddenly famous!<br /><br />The best Xmas film has to be Scrooge!

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