What Christmas movies are you watching this year?

As recent restrictions have resulted in the cancelling of many of our favourite activities this year, there's no doubt that we'll be turning to our digital devices for entertainment.

To help you work out how much time you'll spend watching films or festive fare on TV during this period, we've created an online calculator. Simply enter the films you want to watch, and find out how long you'll be in front of your screen for.

After conducting a poll of 2,000 Brits, our research team found that the average adult will be working, watching, or scrolling on a screen for more than 57 hours over the Christmas break.

We've listed a breakdown of our findings below, as well as the top Christmas films of the year in the UK. Just remember to take regular breaks in-between viewings, so your eyes can have a rest.

Breakdown of findings

  • Video calls — 34 minutes daily
  • Watching TV — 116 minutes daily
  • Watching films — 95 minutes daily
  • Playing video games — 49 minutes daily
  • Scrolling mindlessly — 49 minutes daily
  • Using tablets — 48 minutes daily
  • Working — 60 minutes daily
  • Texting — 38 minutes daily

TOTAL: 489 minutes x 7 days = 3423 minutes, or 57.05 hours

The top 30 Christmas films Brits will watch this season

  1. Home Alone
  2. Elf
  3. Love Actually
  4. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
  5. The Snowman
  6. It's A Wonderful Life
  7. Miracle on 34th Street
  8. The Polar Express
  9. Die Hard
  10. A Christmas Carol
  11. The Muppet Christmas Carol
  12. How The Grinch Stole Christmas
  13. The Holiday
  14. The Christmas Chronicles
  15. The Santa Clause
  1. Scrooged
  2. Nativity
  3. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
  4. The Nightmare Before Christmas
  5. White Christmas
  6. Jingle All The Way
  7. Gremlins
  8. Arthur Christmas
  9. Bad Santa
  10. A Christmas Story
  11. About A Boy
  12. Meet Me in St. Louis
  13. Ernest Saves Christmas
  14. The Apartment
  15. The Lemon Drop Kid