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Home Alone is not currently available on NOW TV, but here are some more movies you might like.
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    Saving Santa

    Available until 31 Jan 2017

    In this seasonal animated adventure, inventive elf Bernard (voiced by Martin Freeman) builds a gadget that accidentally reveals the whereabouts of Santa's workshop to Tim Curry's greedy billionaire Neville Baddington. He's keen to pinch the technology for Santa's superfast sleigh for his delivery business... but he fails to factor in Bernard, who rallies to the rescue against the rotter and his band of Santa-hating helpers. Bouncy musical numbers keep the (snow)ball rolling alongside a voice cast that includes Noel Clarke, Ashley Tisdale and Joan Collins as baddie Baddington's horrid mum.

  • The Santa Clause
    The Santa Clause

    Available until 28 Feb 2017

    A Disney movie in the old style, in which divorced Scott Calvin (Tim Allen) has his little son Charlie (Eric Lloyd) back for Christmas Eve and tries to bolster the kid's belief in Santa, which is being destroyed by his stepfather (Judge Reinhold). What Scott isn't prepared for is the real Santa falling to his death after making a pancake landing on his roof, and Scott becoming the next Santa. Allen gamely ho-ho-hos and there's a lot to enjoy in a seasonal yarn that spawned two sequels. The script occasionally shows flashes of wit above its station, which. along with Allen's fun turn and Reinhold's snazzy sweaters, overcome any slushy sentiment.

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