The top 100 Christmas movies revealed – according to TikTok – Oxford Mail

THE top 100 Christmas films have been revealed including fan favourites such as Love Actually, The Holiday, and more.
Influencer marketing agency, Ubiquitous, used data from social media app TikTok, IMDB, and other sources to compile the ultimate list of top Christmas movies.
Ubiquitous used IMDB ratings and TikTok hashtag views to compile the list of 100 festive titles. With everything from kid-friendly classics such as The Santa Clause to spine-chilling holiday-themed horrors such as Black Christmas.
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Topping the overall list was 2019’s Last Christmas, followed closely by Home Alone and Shazam! Also in the top five were Jack Frost and Edward Scissorhands. 
Oxford Mail: Full list of top 100 Christmas films. Picture by UbiquitousFull list of top 100 Christmas films. Picture by Ubiquitous (Image: Ubiquitous)
Meanwhile, Die Hard landed in ninth place just ahead of Christmas rom-com classic Love Actually.
Ubiquitous analysed the most popular Christmas movies from IMDB to calculate an overall score for each movie.
Their team then cross-referenced this list from IMDB with the opinion of Ubiquitous’ team of social experts and the number of hashtags on TikTok per title in order to calculate an overall virality score per film.
Jeremy Boudinet, from Ubiquitous said, “TikTok has a massive impact on the media people consume—especially when it comes to visual media. 
 “We’ve seen it over and over again: when something gets big on TikTok, it gets big everywhere.”
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This story was written by Gee Harland. She joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.
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