Love the John Lewis Christmas adverts? See this year's tear-jerker, then pick your favourite ever ad from our round-up...
It’s being described as the most emotional John Lewis Christmas advert yet, and this year’s ‘Man on the Moon’ ad will definitely make you think that bit more about how Christmas 2015 will be spent.
A far cry from last year’s brilliant Monty the penguin advert, this year John Lewis have teamed up with Age UK to really pull on your heartstrings and hopefully do your bit for a good cause. Featuring an optimistic young girl, a loveable but lonely old man and, of course, a soundtrack that’s bound to go straight to number one, it’s set to be the most talked-about advert of the festive season – and with good reason.
We don’t want to give away too much, but you can see the full advert for yourself in the clip below. Just be sure to have your tissues at the ready…
'Monty's Christmas', the 2014 John Lewis advert, was a commercial success - with the company's 'Monty' stuffed penguin toys selling out almost instantaneously.
Featuring a Tom Odell cover of John Lennon's 'Real Love', the heart melting story follows a little boy called Sam and his pet penguin Monty as they snow sledge, ride the bus and build lego towers together. But all Monty really wants is to find a mate, so on Christmas morning Sam presents him the best gift of all, a lady penguin named Mable.
Watch it here...
The high street store splashed out £7million on a disney-inspired animation that promised to tug at the heart strings.
The hand drawn illustrations were reminiscent of nostalgic woodland stories Watership Down and the Animals of Farthing Wood and told the story of a hare determined to find the perfect gift for his bear friend.
Watch it below?
2012 was the year of the lovestruck snowman.
The £6million commercial followed the epic journey of a snowman as he goes in search of the perfect gift for his loved one. The 90 second film fittingly featured Gabrielle Aplin's cover of Power of Love as the snowman crosses a stream, dodges traffic and survives a snowball fight in his quest to reach the high street shop.
Watch it here...
The 2011 advert that featured a big hearted little boy who couldn?t wait for Christmas morning, became an overnight internet sensation.
The adorable child tries to hurry time by casting a spell on a clock, rushing down his dinner and ignoring his overspilling santa sack, all so he can present his parents with a Christmas gift.
The heart warmer featured a cover of The Smith's Please, Please, Please, Let Me Get What I Want by English songstress Slow Moving Millie.
Kleenex at the ready, here it is...
The 2010 advert was the first advert to go viral and featured an Ellie Goulding cover of Elton John's 'Your Song'.
The charming showreel captured parents sneaking presents upstairs, friends wrapping last-minute gifts in unusual places and a kind natured child hanging a stocking on his pet dog's kennel.
Take a look here...
In 2009 John Lewis managed to pull off a cover of Guns N' Roses classic, 'Sweet Child O' Mine' in what was the first time the band have ever allowed their material to be covered for an advert. The lucky band tasked with the job were Swedish group, Taken By Trees.
The nostalgic film featured children playing with adult gifts before morphing into their adult self, which aimed to remind people of the playful, 'magic and fevered excitement' of Christmas.
See it here...
2008's offering featured a cover of The Beatles favourite ?From Me To You? and let the catchy soundtrack of do all the hard work.
The 2007 advert featured cleverly stacked presents which reflected animated shadows. It was the first christmas advert of it's kind and paved the way for the many amazing John Lewis Christmas commercials that followed...