My 10 Favourite Holiday Movies This Season
The Holiday’s are right around the corner, & I am the first person to admit I have been binge watching cheesy Hallmark Christmas Movies on The W Network since November 1st. Netflix finally joined the party around mid-November by adding all the holiday movies one could watch! Yes, before you judge me on how iffy the acting is in some of the movies I listed, I can promise you that the overall stories would make your heart melt with some of these story lines. Also, please note that I watch Canadian Netflix & we don’t have a lot of the same movies as the US Netflix (heartbreaking I know).
Here are my Top 10 Favourite Holiday Movies this season!
- With Love, Christmas (W Network)
This movie is hands down one of my new favourites. Basically, the main character is teamed up with a coworker on a Christmas ad project & he does not believe in Christmas, but she is also his ‘Secret Santa’ for work.
- A Christmas Prince (Netflix)
New to Netflix this year, it is hands down one my favourite new Christmas movie of the season. I have now watched it three times & it’s only early December. I don’t want to ruin the movie for you like I ruined it for my family (yes, they joined me in watching it for my third time!). Highly recommended so make sure you add this to your list of must watch movies.
- The Holiday (Netflix)
Released in 2006, but forever will be on my must watch list during the holiday season. Two women both troubled with guy-problems swap homes (in different countries) for the holidays. They each meet a local guy and eventually fall in love. It’s a total chick flick comedy that is both touching and heart-warming.
- Merry Kissmass (Netflix)
Go watch this right now if you can! I have now watched this at least 3 times. Basically, the main character is engaged to a self-centred director/choreographer (but she totally does not seem in love, you can tell right away). She ends up trying to run away from a lady & ends up kissing a random guy (ends up being the caterer for the engagement party) in an elevator). They end up both falling for each other.
- Hearts of Christmas (W Network)
This is a very heartwarming movie during the holiday season. Basically, It no longer feels like Christmas for the devoted caregivers at the Community Memorial Hospital NICU when the staff discover that their devoted mentor is being forced into early retirement by the hospital’s new number-crunching CFO. You can guess that they become friends (despite hating each other), and then eventually fall in love.
- A Christmas Kiss 2 (Netflix)
This is such a cute movie. Jenna is a very hardworking assistant at a fashion magazine, and after having to step in for a photo shoot, she ends up kissing a mysterious stranger in the elevator under the mistletoe (who puts mistletoe in elevators). She ends up finding out the mysterious man is her bosses playboy brother.
- Christmas Calendar (W Network)
A handmade Christmas calendar is sent to a small-town baker from a secret admirer, and the local residents become obsessed with finding out the identity of the sender. The movie shows the journey of finding out the identity of the secret admirer.
- Christmas Cookies (W Network)
This movie is about a small town that depends on Christmas. A corporate agent is sent to this small town to buy Aunt Sally’s Christmas Cookie company and shut the factory down. She ends up falling in love with the factory’s owner as the town’s Christmas Spirit over takes her. This movie will get you into the Christmas Spirit!
- How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Netflix)
This is one of my all time favourites, there is nothing like watching The Grinch with a hot tea or hot chocolate & baileys with a fire blazing and the tree lit. Here is a little about the movie for those who have never seen this movie (I would be completely shocked). The people in Whoville enjoy celebrating Christmas with much happiness and joy, except the Grinch, who hatefully resents Christmas and the Whos. He occasionally pulls dangerous and harmful practical jokes on them with vengeance. As a result, no one likes or cares for the Grinch. Meanwhile, six-year-old Cindy Lou believes everyone is missing the point about Christmas by being more concerned about the gifts and festivities.
- Angel of Christmas (Netflix)
Susan’s life changes in unexpected ways when, in the process of writing a newspaper article about her family’s heirloom Christmas ornament, The Angel, she meets an enthusiastic artist Brady. You need to watch to find out what happens!
What are your favourite Holiday Movies, comment & let me know if you have any suggestions on movies for me to watch this holiday season!
Stay Warm Lovelies