When it comes to holiday movies, there’s a lot to choose from, but Netflix has a robust catalog that never disappoints.
In 2019 alone, Netflix added a handful of original holiday films to their already-impressive film collection.
From the streaming service that normalized, nay, encouraged binge-watching, here are the films you need to watch to get yourself in a festive mood.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby
Following 2017's original and the 2018 sequel "A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding," Aldovia is getting the best holiday gift of all from King Richard (Ben Lamb) and Queen Amber (Rose McIver) – a royal baby. But unless the royal family can find and sign a stolen treaty before the clock strikes midnight on Christmas Day, the future of the unborn child remains in jeopardy.
Let It Snow
The millennial version of “Love, Actually,” brings together several high school students in unexpected ways after a snowstorm hits a small town on Christmas Eve. You can stream it on Netflix now.
Holiday in the Wild
If you're looking for a film to inspire your next travel adventure, look no further than “Holiday in the Wild,” a film that draws inspiration from the Julia Roberts-led “Eat Pray Love.” Kate (Kristen Davis) embarks on her “second honeymoon” solo after her husband files for divorce. Not only does she find herself, she also finds a hunky man and some adorable baby elephants. Stream the original on Netflix!
From the creator of “Despicable Me” comes the Netflix animated offering proving that one act of kindness goes a long way. The postal academy’s worst student, Jesper, is stationed in a desolate frozen town as punishment and finds a huge surprise: Santa. Watch it right now!
The Knight Before Christmas
Brooke (Vanessa Hudgens) is disillusioned by love, but that changes when she meets a medieval knight magically transported to the present. The two grow closer as she helps him navigate the modern-world and fulfill his true quest (which will bring him home), Cole must decide where his heart truly lies. Watch the film now!
Following the death of his wife, a radio DJ is fired from his big-time gig right before Christmas. When he and his four spoiled children move in with his aunt, they’re forced to give up the finer things in life, help him figure out his next steps, and learn what the Christmas season is all about. Stream it now.