The 30 Best Christmas Movies on Netflix – The Best Christmas Movies on Netflix – ELLE | Episode Movies

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Regardless of your taste in movies, there’s bound to be something to get you in the holiday spirit. And that something is probably on Netflix. The streaming service has so many seasonal offerings ranging from goofy romance novels to animated features, naughty adults living for their inner child, hit musicals full of hits, and a healthy dose of supernatural happenings. It’s true that Christmas is with us all year round, especially with the list below to keep you binge-watching.

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Starring Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey from metal saw burr, Vacation It’s about two people who aren’t in relationships but really need a plus. They eventually agree to be each other’s platonic dates every holiday for a whole year, but that’s a lot of time to spend between two such attractive people without falling in love.

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A Christmas Prince is just the first in a whole series, so you can always check out more if you’re into it. The film is very distinctive, but that seems to be its appeal. In the first film, an American magazine journalist named Amber Moore goes to the (imaginary) kingdom of Aldovia to write a story about her prince, Richard, only to find out it’s him she handsome prince.

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In this story, Nina Dobrev is fished by Jimmy O. Yang with photos of Darren Barnet, which she would never have known if she hadn’t impulsively flown 3,000 miles to meet him after they matched on a dating app. In the end, she rejects her shallowness and embraces the liar.

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In this romantic comedy, Michael Urie and Philemon Chambers play two gay best friends who fall in love while pretending to be in a relationship. Kathy Najimy and Jennifer Coolidge bring the laughs.

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Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey

In a classic Christmas scenario, David E. Talbert’s musical stars Oscar-winner Forest Whitaker as a grumpy toymaker whose cheerful young granddaughter, Madalen Mills, brings some joy back into his life for the season.

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Dolly Parton’s Christmas on the Square

Nothing says Christmas like a singing Dolly Parton. This family drama once again proposes against the rich and teaches a businesswoman the true meaning of Christmas. In addition to the legendary Parton, the film stars Christine Baranski, Jenifer Lewis and Treat Williams were staged and choreographed by Debbie Allen.

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Based on the novel by John Green, a snowstorm changes the fortunes of high school kids living in a small town. let it Snow is a kind of teen movie with a bit of Christmas cheer, like maple syrup in the snow.

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Vanessa Hudgens plays her own double prince and the beggarinspired film in which a duchess and a Chicago baker switch places only to fall in love with each other’s friends. (There are also parts 2 and 3 of this campy Christmas saga.)

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A young boy embarks on a journey through the cold and frost to find his father, accompanied only by a reindeer and a pet mouse. Beautifully animated and full of pathos, it’s perfect for the whole family.

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Dance dreams: nutcracker with hot chocolate

For a little bit of reality in all this fantasy, watch the Shondaland documentary about choreographer Debbie Allen and a group of young dance students as they prepare for their production of Nutcracker with hot chocolate.

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The Knight Before Christmas

If you thought Vanessa Hudgens would never fall in love with a 14th-century knight, you’re wrong. Because it happens in this rom-com and you might end up enjoying it.

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holiday frenzy follows a widowed DJ with four children who struggles to give them the Christmas they deserve despite struggling financially. Time to pray for a Christmas miracle to fill those stockings.

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Kristen Davis Stars in this romantic Christmas comedy about a divorced woman who travels to Africa to find a change of pace, and she’s sure to find it. (Rob Lowe also stars!)

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This Oscar-nominated film directed by Sergio Pablos is a 2-D comedy about a postman who runs to Mr. Santa Klaus. It lost on toy story 4but won the BAFTA and Annie Awards for Best Animated Feature.

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Moms Amy, Kiki and Carla have been dealing with their family’s Christmas expectations and now their mothers-in-law are coming to visit. How will these bad girls rebel?

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Brooke Shields plays a best-selling author who travels to Scotland where she discovers her dream castle. There she meets the sexy Cary Elwes, making this a real foe-for-lover slow burn set in the heather hills.

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Free Rein: The Twelve Neighbors of Christmas

This film deserves an award for the title alone, but it’s actually a spin-off of the series Free rein about an American girl who bonds with a mysterious horse in a small English town. This festive story revolves around a mistletoe ball and many other horses.

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This animated short is apparently based on the novel Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt, a grim tale of poverty in Ireland, only it tells the story of a young girl who attends church with her family. There’s also a sequel if you want even more sacred inspiration.

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A rich man pretends to be a rancher to manipulate a farmer into her family’s land, but he learns a whole lot about the meaning of Christmas instead. Twist!

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Continuing the theme of the holidays decimating the greed in the hearts of the rich, this film follows an heiress who is on the verge of taking over her father’s business only to learn about Christmas from a handsome guy.

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A getaway special based on the trolls Series stars Anna Kendrick, Justin Timberlake, Zooey Deschanel and James Corden in this animated musical.

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Straight from Canada, this romantic comedy follows a workplace entanglement: a ski resort restaurant manager falls in love with the house cook – but she has a mysterious past that needs to be unraveled.

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This comedy follows four sisters who return to their childhood home in Yorkshire for the holiday season, only to find that they still don’t get along. It stars Elizabeth Hurley, Kelsey Grammer, April Bowlby, Talulah Riley and John Cleese.

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This Nigerian film follows a mother’s frustration with her three unmarried sons and her ultimatums to push them to propose. She plans the best Christmas dinner for all of them while they can show up with wives.

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Kurt Russell is a frighteningly handsome Santa Claus in this 2018 Christmas movie. He turns to a brother and sister who recently lost their father to create Christmas magic again.

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The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Christmas Special (“A Midwinter’s Tale”)

Released as a bonus between seasons of the popular witch cult series, this special puts a very spooky spin on the traditional Christmas story. Snuggle up and get some ideas for pagan decorations this winter solstice.

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In this film, Kat Graham and Alexander Ludwig play an odd couple who are doing their best to find some Christmas cheer while on duty while the US Department of Defense attempts a humanitarian airlift.

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Another classic cheesy rom-com set for the holiday season, this country tale does indeed feature an incredibly fit musician and a career-oriented small-town woman. Watch as they discover how much they actually have in common.

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Kat Graham is back, this time in a film with some supernatural elements. A photographer inherits an ancient advent character that he begins to believe could predict the future. And what does it see? Happiness.

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Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas

Wallace and Gromit has been around for a long time, and watching your beloved sheep characters enjoy the holidays feels just as cozy as a flannel blanket and a mug of hot chocolate on a snowy night.

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