Netflixs A Castle for Christmas is being called so bad its good

Christmas is the time of year when all we want to do is get our comfy clothes on, surround ourselves with snacks and watch a good festive film.

Yes, there are the classics from Love Actually to Home Alone but sometimes we fancy venturing into some new Christmas movie territory.

And, for those of you who are thinking the same, Netflix may have the perfect offering for you.

The streaming platform's new Christmas movie, A Castle for Christmas, stars Brooke Shields and Cary Elwes and is the perfect cheese fest for viewers to enjoy.

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It follows an author, named Sophie, looking to escape a scandal over her latest novels. She then decides to jet to Scotland to visit a castle that her grandfather told her about as a child.

As she arrives at the picturesque castle, she is told that it's up for sale.

Once she arrives to get the keys to the castle she meets the its owner the handsome Duke of Dunbar.

But, he has a number of conditions, including that she must move in immediately while he remains in the castle, too.

The pair originally butt heads as future and past owner of the stunning property, but after some time the pair fall in love.

Viewers of Netflix's new festive flick have already been talking about how much they love it.

One wrote on Twitter: "A Castle for Christmas on Netflix is cheese personified and very pleasing".

Another added while watching the movie: "15 mins in and so far #ACastleForChristmas is everything I hoped it would be."

And a third said: "We watched 'A Castle for Christmas' on Netflix last night. It falls into the 'so bad it's good' category. It's hilarious. We enjoyed it.

"It takes a minute or two and quite a few bursts of 'WTF' before you settle in to the surrealist pantomime Scotland that Netflix has created."

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While a third admitted: ""Just watched A Castle for Christmas on Netflix. So so cheesy & a Scottish accent worse than Mel Gibson's in Braveheart but have to say it’s so bad it’s actually good, really enjoyed it especially the beautiful Scottish countryside & plenty of whisky drinking too."

"A Castle For Christmas is terrible. I loved it. (Brooke Shields and Cary Elwes look amazing and his Scottish accent didn't make me want to break the telly, which is good)", wrote another fan.

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