This is the most beautiful time of the year: when you cover the noise and watch Christmas movies as cinematic comfort. When you are nearing the end of the year and at the end of the year, it may be difficult for you to do everything: shopping, cooking, family reunification, small discussions, planning for the new year. Why waste your time with holiday movie or programs? complex television that forces you to use your mind more? Adopt the festive nature of the Christmas movies, a genre that can offer young people exaggerated sweetness or ridicule. Here are the best Holiday movies to stream on Netflix now.
This modern classic, written and directed by Richard Curtis, follows a group of Londoners – all connected in different ways – as they came across the Christmas holidays in search of love and passion.
It’s an unmissable party (not just for the title song). Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera-Ellen are the protagonists of this musical, two Broadway stars (and some Broadway stars) who have staged a variety show to avoid closing the hotel. New England.
HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS
The life of Dr. Suss comes in classic Christmas with this adaptive life by Ron Howard. It can be polished and excessive in production and starry, but still, enjoy the share and story of the original story.
Billy Bob Thornton is the hero of this black comedy as a professional thief and his assistant who hides as a multi-section store like Santa Claus and the useful dwarf to do with him.
BAD SANTA 2
Billy Bob Thornton and Tony Cox return to this sequel. There are other bad Santa events.
One of the former convicts (Ben Affleck) assumes his identity as a former colleague in his cell and marries his reporter girlfriend Charlize Theron to be arrested in the Christmas robbery run by the new brother of love.
THE CHRISTMAS CHRONICLES
Kurt Russell shows a majestic white beard like Santa Claus, where the Christmas night trip was stopped after two children had crashed. So the trio should meet to make all Santa’s gifts before dawn.
A VERY MURRAY CHRISTMAS
Of course, it is more a Christmas special than a Christmas film, but it is directed by Sofia Coppola, so it will be wonderfully cinematic. Bill Murray plays Bill Murray, who spends his Christmas in the famous Carlyle Hotel during a stormy snowstorm that brings all sorts of characters (and celebrities) from the cold.
GEORGE BALANCHINE’S THE NUTCRACKER
Kevin Klein tells about this film a classic ballet version of Ciajkovskij, with Macaulay Culkin who carried the starring role in a series of talented New York City ballet dancers. (Good luck in taking music out of your head).
There is a big insect seen in a small town, all of America, but in fact, Michael Shannon is in a monkey costume. It’s a movie you have to see it believes in.
THE PRINCESS SWITCH
Vanessa Hudgens is doing her double duty in this Christmas-style boy in the trap of the Chicago baker and the future princess, who turns out to be identical and changing places a week before Christmas.
A group of all-star singers – including Gina Rodriguez, Keegan – Michael Ki, Stephen Yoon, Tracy Morgan, and Oprah – help to know this animated version of the story of the generator.
A CHRISTMAS PRINCE
If you want to inject your Christmas spirit with the fever of the royal wedding, the mix produced by Netflix follows an American journalist blocking the Prince of the Playboy (and of course falls in love with Christmas).
A CHRISTMAS PRINCE: THE ROYAL WEDDING
The romantic theme continues with this sequel, which – as I have guessed – sees that these lovebirds of Christmas say “I’m doing” for the holidays.
The heir of the gift company must go to his father’s hometown to present his own Christmas card to his former partner. When stuck there in a blizzard, you discover that it adapts to the small city life more than you expect.
Does not everyone have that strange, hateful uncle who always destroys every family member? If you’re lucky not to have one, here’s a film about how we live.
CHRISTMAS IN THE SMOKIES
A woman recruiting her ex-boyfriend, a movie star musician, to organize a Christmas concert at her family’s raspberry farm in the Smoky Mountains, to avoid being arrested immediately after the holiday.
YOU CAN’T FIGHT CHRISTMAS
The Christmas designer is an undeniable businessman, who hates Christmas each other during the holiday. They seem crazy but fall completely to each other.
AN AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CAROL
Tarn Manning plays a celebratory mother who visits three ghosts at Christmas, which will be directly stung in the garden of these trailers that re-show the classics of Charles Dickens.
If you feel that the holiday season is very delightful and not bloody enough, you can enjoy this disgusting horror film about an Australian family terrified by a wild birthday guest with a terrible secret.
Have you ever wondered where your Christmas tree comes from? (No, seriously, think about it). This convincing documentary follows only one of the thousands of tree-growers who travel long distances to bring holiday shoes to New York City docks.
Do you listen to Christmas music on the radio before Thanksgiving leads you to madness? This documentary follows people who celebrate holidays throughout the year, so you know it can be worse.