Best Holiday Movies to Watch on Christmas
‘Tis the season…when the air starts filling up with sentiments, warmth, and nostalgia. The holidays bundle up with the cold winter, tap into your inner feelings and turn you into an emotional blub. You start doing your catharsis for the year that is about to end, also chewing up on the current time enjoyments.
How about you start scouring the Internet and pen down every single whimsy, snow falling, a heartwarming and coming-together movie out there?
Seriously, why go outside and fight with the cold and crowd shopping for Christmas when you can get cozy inside your blanket and watch a movie on your Spectrum TV packages. Food of your choice, a cup of coffee or your beverage of choice, and a classic holiday movie? The combination sounds perfect.
So, What’s Your Best Resort for Holiday Movies?
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So, before we get to the list of the best that we have compiled for you, here’s a brief description of what makes a movie ‘the best holiday movie’.
Our Holiday Movie rule says: No matter what movie you play or watch on your TV screen, it should feel whimsy, cold, and the feeling of coming together. Family or loved ones coming together should be the description. At least manically, there has to be something in the movie to be a Christmas movie. If it doesn’t resonate with the Christmas day, loved ones, unification, and say snow – it shouldn’t be on the list!
Now, let’s start with the fun part. From die-hard classics to the modern-day holiday – the list is as follows:
1. A Christmas Prince
You might find this Netflix original cheesy, but why wouldn’t a lighthearted romance warm your heart? The movie is about a very young journalist who in an attempt of getting some scoop on a handsome prince happens to fall in love with the same person.
2. Bad Santa
All the adults planning to be together on holiday for a movie should watch this dark comedy of Billy Bob Thornton. It has humor, a bit of heart, and a lot of profanity (but used in the best possible fun way). And, Lauren Graham is also co-starring this movie.
3. A Christmas Horror Story
Let’s make it more excellent! William Shatner is the “Dangerous Dan” and this is definitely the anthology of Christmas horror scenes. You will love the cheers mixed with horror squeaks.
4. Dear Santa
The sweetheart of everyone, Amy Acker learning a valuable holiday lesson by falling in love – with a soup kitchen owner! Isn’t this already great? This movie is directed by Jason Priestley and has to score high!
5. Get Santa
Iris from Game of Thrones, the award-winning Jim Broadbent is acting as Santa Claus. This Santa Claus for a change has crashed his sleigh and is on a continuous run from the police.
6. Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
This Jim Carrey version of the original cartoon is the best thing to ask for this Christmas. He is justifying the role completely.
7. A Holiday Engagement
This Hallmark charmer has Chris McKenna, Bonnie Somerville, Shelley Long, and Haylie Duff. This is a movie about a woman who after being unceremoniously dumped hires a man to play as her fiancé for the holiday time. Interesting already right??? Since Christmas is around the corner, it’s to know the Hallmark channel number on your cable in advance. You can always call Spectrum customer phone service if you need assistance.
8. The Ref
You might be missing out on a huge entertainment if you haven’t seen this holiday comedy. Kevin Spacey and Denis Leary star in this movie and add fun as no other movie can. Leary’s criminal makes a family hostage on Christmas evening while planning the escape for himself – which in return becomes a hilarious performance.
9. While You Were Sleeping
If you haven’t seen this movie, then go ahead and put this 1st on your watch-list. Sandra Bullock, the love in precise is acting as the hopeless romantic who is working for Chicago Transit Authority and simply ends in a love triangle with Peter Gallagher and Bill Pullman.
10. White Christmas
An all-time holiday classic, White Christmas is about romance and comedy with an outstanding performance of Bing Crosby, Vera-Ellen, Rosemary Clooney, and Danny Kaye as the secret MVP. Warm-up your heart with the beautiful piece of classics of 1954.
11. It’s a Wonderful Life
The American Film Institute has labeled it to be the most inspiring move of all time. This fantasy drama movie by director Frank Capra has not lost its power even after decades. The ionic performance given by James Steward, a banker named George Bailey is always delightful to re-visit.
12. A Charlie Brown Christmas
Even if you are a grow-up you can get enough of this movie. It’s a half-hour animated special that premiered in the mid-60s. It’s yet another masterpiece of Charles M. Schulz the creator of Peanuts, the comic-strip.
Jon Favreau before directing Iron and the jungle book created Elf and choose Will Ferrell to create this irresistible family comedy movie. It’s inspired by the 2010 Broadway musical Elf: The Musical and TV special Elf: Buddy’s Musical Christmas. If you have subscribed to one of the Spectrum bundle deals, you can catch this TV special on NBC.
14. The Princess Switch
Looking for a modern Christmas movie? The Princess Switch starring Vanessa Hudgens is the perfect romantic comedy to spark your night. One week before Christmas the duchess switches places with her lookalike.
15. A Very Murray Christmas
It’s an American Christmas musical comedy. The cast includes Bill Murray himself, George Clooney, Chris Rock, Rashida Jones, Miley Cyrus, and other famous faces.
Our top-notch holiday picklist does not end here, but to cut short on description and not take your anxious feel away, we’ll list down the names and will wait for you to simply play them on your screen and discover the rest: meanwhile you can watch this video to spark your entertainment craze for the upcoming movies of 2020.