Without cheery holiday films, the holiday season just wouldn’t be the same. Netflix has everything you need to complete your Christmas movie quota this year, whether you’re in the mood for a romantic comedy, a heartwarming family drama, or a hilarious comedy. While you’re making cookies or wrapping presents or just feeling like hiding under the covers since it’s getting dark so early, put on one of Netflix’s best Christmas films. Lets take a look on Best Christmas Movies on Netflix That You must Watch.
A Castle For Christmas
Enough with the naive young couples who don’t know any better and ruin Christmas for the rest of us. In the movie A Castle for Christmas, Carl Elwes (The Princess Bride) and Brooke Shields play two people who are researching their family trees.
Shields plays a novelist who travels to her Scottish hamlet of ancestry and there encounters the prickly Duke (Elwes), who wins her heart. In this production, Elwes takes on the role of the castle’s present proprietor.
Falling For Christmas
In this holiday romantic comedy, starring Lindsay Lohan, a skiing mishap leaves a newly engaged heiress with amnesia. As Christmas comes, she accepts her new existence without her memories and is cared for by the gorgeous lodge owner, Chord Overstreet, and his daughter. But, as you probably guessed, her previous existence is right around the corner… Lohan’s acting comeback has been well received by audiences.
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The Christmas Chronicles
Inexplicably, in American Christmas traditions, there is a fixation on the idea that one must either apprehend Santa, help Santa evade the law, or (like in the case of the film The Santa Clause, released in 1994) deal with Santa’s impending death. Kurt Russell stars as Santa Claus in this 2018 film about his pursuit by two kidnappers.
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol
Enjoy Stephen Donnelly’s animated musical adaption of Charles Dickens’ classic Christmas ghost story when it premieres on Netflix on December 2. Cast includes Jonathan Pryce as Jacob Marley, Olivia Colman as the Ghost of Christmas Past, Johnny Flynn as Bob Cratchit, and Luke Evans as the gloomy protagonist. We swear it’s just a bunch of bluster!
Single All the Way
Single All the Way is a feel-good romantic comedy that won’t disappoint. In this film, Peter plays a man whose family constantly reminds him that he is still single over the holidays. Peter plans to fool his family into thinking he’s dating Nick by bringing him home for the holidays, but he sets up a blind date before the hoax can be fully implemented. Family members try to set Nick and Peter up on a date, but will their efforts pay off?
Father Christmas is Back
In Father Christmas Is Back, the protagonist plans a large family reunion for the holidays, but nothing goes according to plan. True to their name, the Christmas family is headed by four sisters who don’t get along, and the return of their absent father only adds to the tension. More than that, a hidden truth lies beneath the surface. Elizabeth Hurley, John Cleese, Kelsey Grammer, Caroline Quentin, and Kris Marshall are just a few of the A-listers in this film’s ensemble cast.
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey
A delightful trip with all the fun and whimsy of the best Christmas movies, this one came out in 2020. In addition, it’s a musical. Does anything else need to be said? The story follows Jeronicus Jangle, a toymaker and inventor who, with the help of his apprentice, produces a sentient matador doll (voiced by Ricky Martin!). The doll eventually turns on Jangle. This is a story that may be shared among generations, focusing on the importance of family, imagination, and optimism.
Let It Snow
Being aimed at teenagers is a refreshing change of pace from other films of this kind over the Christmas season.
Starring Isabela Merced (Dorea and the Lost City of Gold) and Shameik Moore (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), Let It Snow is a young love comedy with just the right amount of goofy holiday pleasure.
A Christmas Prince
The popularity of Netflix’s sentimental holiday film proves that not all audiences are jaded. There was a sudden surge in interest in this awful film. Colbert acknowledged his fixation on a scenario in which an American reporter meets a fictional European royal family and conducts interviews there. Surprise! She harbours romantic thoughts about a prince.
Fireplace For Your Home
Many would likely raise objections, such as “You’re basically just seeing a screensaver” or “An hour-long film of a fireplace isn’t a movie.” To which I always reply, “You have to see it to believe it.”
Although technically not films, Fireplace for Your Home and its groundbreaking follow-up “Birchwood Edition” are two of the most impressive winter additions to Netflix’s library.
Operation Christmas Drop
Loosely inspired on the same-named U.S. Air Force tradition, Operation Christmas Drop is a wacky rom-com about a congressional assistant sent to investigate a U.S. Air Force station in Guam.
But her plans to gather evidence in favour of closing it down are sidetracked when a dashing commander offers to tour her around and convinces her otherwise.
Holidate has his own unique brand of kitsch. In spite of the film’s unusual premise—a couple who are tired of dealing with the difficulties of being single for the holidays—Emma Roberts’ charisma saves the day. What becomes of them is probably a mystery to you.
The Knight Before Christmas
In this Netflix original, Vanessa Hudgens plays a woman looking for her own “knight in shining armour,” and the plot involves a knight being transported from the Middle Ages to the current day. Even while being ran over by your future spouse isn’t quite the fairytale romance you’re picturing, there’s still enough to enjoy in this movie. It’s cheesy enough to enjoy when curled up with a warm mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter afternoon, and it’s sweet enough to make you smile in spite of yourself.
Nothing compares to the British claymation studio Aardman’s work, from Wallace & Gromit to Chicken Run. The robin robin is not an exception. In this holiday film, a little robin who was raised by mice and who really wanted to be accepted by her own kind made a wish upon a star. The new felt-decorated animation approach from Aardman will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, and the short running period of 30 minutes makes it a great choice for a family movie night before bedtime.
The Princess Switch
Another The Princess Trade, starring Vanessa Hudgens, is the latest addition to the NHMU (Netflix Holiday Movie Universe). The title pretty much sums up the plot, which sees an everyday baker (Hudgens) switch places with a Duchess (also Hudgens, naturally). The two women seamlessly integrate into one another’s life and rapidly realise they prefer their new surroundings, including their new romantic interests, over their previous ones. Even though this switcheroo ends precisely how you’d expect it to, it’s still a feel-good story for the holidays.
A Boy Called Christmas
A Boy Called Christmas is a creative reimagining of how a young St. Nicholas came to realise his vocation, following in the footsteps of other Santa Claus origin myths like Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town. Another perfect choice for a family-friendly holiday movie night thanks to its stellar cast (including Kristen Wiig, Henry Lawfull, Toby Jones, and Sally Hawkins) and breathtaking visual effects.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding
Box office success for the first film led to the production of a follow-up, which was released in 2017. After a year of marriage, Amber and her prince are getting ready for their Christmas nuptials. The same thing, except with wedding and Christmas cliches. The economic collapse provides some unexpectedly meaty plot points.
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