Another year on, and the world-famous, ever-controversial debate continues: Which is the best Christmas movie?
"I like The Holiday!"
"You only like it because of Jude Law!"
"Elf has got to be number 1?"
"No! It's just not funny!"
"What about Die Hard?"
"That's barely even a Christmas film!"
Does this sound like your household around this time of year? Well, the search expert elves at Liberty Marketing have finally uncovered the favourite Christmas movie of each country around the world!
By dividing into the average number of searches each picture gets per month, it has been revealed that the UK's Top 3 all-time favourite festive films are...
1. Love Actually!
This 2003 heart-breaker/heart-warmer truly is the rom-com of all rom-coms.
Hugh Grant? Check! Colin Firth? Check! Kiera Knightley? Check! Snape? Check! This Richard Curtis phenomenon sees an ensemble cast play out complex and intertwining stories of love, loss and lots of Christmas lights!
Remember when Prime Minister Hugh Grant's sister Emma Thompson, who's best friends with Liam Neeson, found out her husband Alan Rickman was cheating on her with secretary Heike Makatsch who worked with Laura Linney who went with Colin Firth to Kiera Knightley's wedding to Chiwetel Ejiofor who's best friend is Andrew Lincoln...
The list goes on! Oh, and Mr Bean also makes an appearance.
Racking up a colossal average monthly search volume of 151,000, this Golden Globe nominee box-office festive success is Number 1 in the list of the UK's favourite Christmas movies.
Love Actually is also the top searched-for Christmas film in France, Italy and 17 other countries, totalling 887,000 worldwide searches a month.
You can watch the whole movie for free on Netflix now.
2. The Grinch
Coming in for the No. 2 spot is 2018 cartoon Christmas fantasy film, The Grinch.
Based on the 1957 children's book by Dr. Suess, this Movieguide Award winning movie is the third screen adaptation of the story following the 1966 Boris Karloff television special and Jim Carrey's live-action feature-length film.
It follows the lives of the citizens of Whoville, specifically six-year-old Cindy-Lou Who (voiced by Cameron Seely), who all tormented by the disgruntled, Christmas-hating Grinch (Benedict Cumberbatch).
Will it be little Cindy-Lou that finally gets the grumpy green Grinch into the festive spirit?
With an average monthly search volume of 114,000, The Grinch comes in as the UK's No. 2 Christmas movie.
Catch this cartoon on Amazon Prime (Â£2.49).
3. Home Alone
And in third place comes Chris Columbus' iconic 1990's two-time Golden Globe and Academy Award-nominated hit, Home Alone.
Becoming the highest-grossing live-action comedy after its release (until 2011's 'The Hangover Part II'), this Christmas classic is also the movie that shot child star Macaulay Culkin to stardom.
Whilst the McCallister family prepare for their Christmas vacation, they realise once onboard the airplane that they have left their youngest child Kevin sleeping in his bed.
Initially excited that his eight-year-old self has finally got the house to himself, Kevin is soon faced with a pair of dim-witted thieves in the form of Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern, who attempt to brake into his family home whilst his family are away for Christmas.
This hilariously iconic hit, which is actually the No. 1 Christmas film in 70 of the 152 countries analysed, including the USA, racked up an average of 94,000 monthly searches in the UK, landing it in third place.
You can watch Home Alone on Disney+ (free with a Disney+ subscription).
Also making the list of the UK's favourite Christmas movies were:
4. Gremlins (1984) - 77,000 [Amazon Prime - Â£3.49]
5. Die Hard (1988) - 68,000 [Amazon Prime - Â£3.49]
6. Elf (2003) - 60,000 [Amazon Prime - Â£3.49]
7. Nativity (2009) - 58,000 [Free with a Netflix or Amazon subscription]
8. Home Alone 2: Lost In New York (1992) - 43,000 [Disney+ free with a Disney+ subscription]
9. The Christmas Chronicles (2018) - 35,000 [Free with a Netflix or Amazon subscription]
10, The Holiday (2006) - 34,000 [Free with a Netflix or Amazon subscription]
Emily Benwell, from Liberty Marketing, said: "After a serious office debate on what Christmas films are good, bad and what films even count as Christmas films, we wanted to take a look at every countryâ€™s favourites.
"Itâ€™s no surprise to me that Love Actually is top of the list, because itâ€™s one of my favourites and includes some seriously iconic British actors and actresses, but Iâ€™m surprised that Itâ€™s a Wonderful Life didnâ€™t even make the UKâ€™s top ten!"