Christmas is coming again. Correspondingly there are various celebrations for Christmas and the New Year 2020. The feative movies are also important. In the following we will lists the most popular Christmas movies on Netflix. If you are looking for movies to watch, this will be helpful for you.
After a song and dance duo fall in love with a sister act and retreat to a Vermont Inn to help revitalize the struggling hotel owned by their old platoon captain in this holiday classic. Your home will be filled with the voices of Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney - including the iconic song that gives the film its name - and there's truly nothing more festive than that.
This revamped version of the classic story follows the relationship between the holiday-loving town of Whoville and a recluse Grinch. When the Grinch decides he's finally had enough of all the holiday cheer, he sets off on an adventure to stop Christmas from coming. Instead, he crosses paths with a little girl named Cindy Lou Who, who teaches him the true spirit of the season.
This Netflix original became a breakout hit last holiday season for it's impeccably cheesy plot, prompting a sequel that's set to be released in late November. In true romantic comedy fashion, a journalist is sent to report on the country of Aldovia's controversial Prince, where she's promptly mistaken for the tutor of the young Princess. Set in a sweeping snowy landscape covered with cheerful decor, watching this flick will tempt you to book your own flight to this dreamy (sadly, fictional) destination.
When trees begin to line the snowy streets of New York City, it's a sure sign that Christmas is just around the corner. In the midst of the holiday madness, many people don't take the time to consider where their trees came from, though. This documentary follows Francois, the Tree Man, and the complicated, and sometimes emotional journey he takes from Quebec every Christmas season to bring holiday cheer to New Yorkers.
The holidays are synonymous with family, but it isn't always easy. So when a struggling writer gets dumped right before the holidays, she decides to hire an actor to play her fiance. Heartbroken and confused, she continues to pine for her old relationship all the while struggling to discover what it is she really wants. Grab the popcorn, sit back, and enjoy some family drama (that isn't yours).
The Christmas Candle is a 2013 British-American Christmas drama film directed by John Stephenson. It is based on Max Lucado's novel The Christmas Candle.
This period piece unravels when the new minister in the village of Gladbury tries to get rid of the town's traditional Christmas candle. Filled with British wit and quirk, it'll surely become a favorite of any Downtown Abbey devotee.
If you find yourself yearning for a trip to a snowy wonderland this season, this is the film for you. In a whimsical, family-friendly story, two elves are forced to go to a small town and discover everyone's Christmas wishes after their letters to the North Pole are lost.
After accidentally destroying a bag of Christmas wishes from a small town on the eve of Christmas Eve, two junior elves learn that if even one wish goes unfulfilled, Christmas could be extinguished forever.
When a scrooge-like business man meets a hopeful young boy, he's reminded that miracles can happen as he's forced to choose between to saving his business or the town's Christmas pageant. This movie, in it's uncommon friendship, is guaranteed to deliver some feel-good holiday cheer.
This early-aughts classic recalls the pre-streaming golden era of Christmas-themed comedies. With Jamie Lee Curtis and Tim Allen starring as the titular Kranks, viewers are guaranteed to be entertained for the full hour-and-a-half runtime. (The pre-streaming era was also the era of sensibly-timed movies.)
A heartwarming love story unfolds as heiress Ellen Langford is sent incognito to her father's small hometown to deliver a traditional Christmas letter to his business partner. Make sure to grab someone you love and cuddle up for a story that will melt away all of your cynical tendencies, for a moment at least.