The List Of Best Christmas Movies Of All Time For The Holiday Season!

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We have come a long way from watching the same Christmas movies every year to losing count of how many Christmas specials are released each year now. Along with Christmas cheers, now filmmakers are experimenting with holiday movies by blending other genres into them. And this experiment is 100 percent successful. We are here to choose the best ones for our readers. And, here are our picks of the best Christmas movies of all time for you to enjoy this December:

Best Christmas movies

Fatman (2020)

Director: Ian Nelms, Eshom Nelms

Writer: Ian Nelms, Eshom Nelms

Cast: Walton Goggins, Mel Gibson, Marianne Jean-Baptiste

IMDb Rating: 5.9/10

Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus are having financial difficulties keeping their business viable. The US government provides them with a yearly subsidy payment. Santa expects a bigger payout from Uncle Sam, but it never arrives. Instead, the Department of Defense sends several suits to the North Pole. Meanwhile, Billy, a spoiled, wealthy child, bullies his way through his brief existence. Santa returns after his yearly gift-giving after being wounded in the ribs with a deer gun by some youngsters. Check out the film to make your Christmas evening more enjoyable.

Holidate (2020)

Director: John Whitesell

Writer: Tiffany Paulsen

Cast: Emma Roberts, Luke Bracey

IMDb Rating: 6.1/10

Aside from a Christmas movie, the holidate also features a hilarious character named aunt Susan. No need to mention that this movie is pretty engaging and entertaining. Whether you are a teen or in your late 20s, this movie will keep you hooked, and you will enjoy its jokes.

Better Watch Out (2016)

Director: Chris Peckover

Writer: Zack Kahn, Chris Peckover

Cast: Olivia DeJonge, Levi Miller, Ed Oxenbould

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

Better Watch Out begins with one degree of unnecessary cruelty, then shifts to a higher level of unearned nastiness. Luke tries hard to get Ashley to second base by drinking his parents’ alcohol and clumsily placing his head on her shoulder. It’s the sort of film that piques your interest at every step, casting characters purely on their ability to appeal to your preconceived notions of what they’re actually like off-screen.

Once Upon A Christmas Miracle (2018)

Director: Gary Yates

Writer: Shannon Dobson

Cast: Brett Dalton, Aimee Teegarden, Lolita Davidovich

IMDb Rating: 7.4/10

Heather Krueger’s time ran short until Chris Dempsey, a humble stranger, learned about her predicament. With such little chance of finding a donor, she is taken aback when this stranger, Chris Dempsey, offers to donate a part of his liver to her. When the two met, a friendship quickly blossomed into a relationship.

Black Christmas (1974)

Director: Bob Clark

Writer: Roy Moore

Cast: Keir Dullea, Olivia Hussey, Margot Kidder

IMDb Rating: 7.4/10

A bunch of sorority sisters are followed by an intruder over their Christmas vacation. The police station’s desk sergeant doesn’t give this matter much thought to be a missing person case, mainly because the officers are also dealing with another person. Furthermore, the obscene calls continue and are becoming increasingly personal to one of the females, including information that could only be known by those engaged. Is there another reason why the caller knows so much about this particular girl?

The Grinch (2018)

Director: Yarrow Cheney, Scott Mosier

Writer: Dr. Seuss

Cast: Rashida Jones, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kenan Thompson

IMDb Rating: 6.3/10

Human-like creatures known as Whos are ecstatic to be spending Christmas in the town of Whoville. The Grinch, a cantankerous, green-furred monster with a heart “two sizes too tiny” that lives in a cave on the summit of Mount Crumpit just north of Whoville, is the only one who isn’t amused. The reason The Grinch is the way he is is unknown. It might have been because he didn’t correctly screw his head on or because his shoes were too tight, but the most important reason of all was that his heart was two sizes too small.

The Night Before (2015)

Director: Jonathan Levine

Writer: Kyle Hunter, Evan Goldberg

Cast: Seth Rogen, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Anthony Mackie

IMDb Rating: 6.4/10

Since Ethan’s parents died, Isaac, Ethan, and Chris have spent Christmas Eve together, but now that they’re adults, they’re spending it with each other. The men encounter a lady at a pub in 2008 who tells them they just returned from the biggest Christmas party ever – The Nutcracker Ball. The men attempt to figure out where the party is held for several years, but they never succeed.

The Christmas Chronicles 2 (2020)

Director: Chris Columbus

Writer: Matt Lieberman, Chris Columbus

Cast: Sunny Suljic, Julian Dennison, Kurt Russell

IMDb Rating: 6/10

Before returning to the North Pole, we meet up with the brother and sister from “The Christmas Chronicles,” who seem to have changed their minds. Teddy, a former vehicle thief, is now a happy-go-lucky optimist, particularly after undergoing a kind of conversion after assisting his younger sister, Kate, in saving Christmas. When the adventure finally takes flight, the authors add a quest to preserve Christmas light and a mission to save the life of a dying reindeer to the mix.

Happiest Season (2020)

Director: Clea DuVall

Writer: Mary Holland, Clea DuVall

Cast: Mackenzie Davis, Kristen Stewart, Alison Brie

IMDb Rating: 6.6/10

Abby Holland and Harper Caldwell have been together for almost a year. Abby has disliked Christmas since her parents died, so Harper asks Abby to spend the holidays with her family in her hometown on the spur of the moment. Harper confesses to Abby that she lied to her about coming out to her parents on the drive to the Caldwells’ home; she doesn’t want to come out to her family until after Christmas because she doesn’t want to interfere with her father’s mayoral campaign.

The Lodge (2019)

Director: Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz

Writer: David Lodge

Cast: Jaeden Martell, Riley Keough, Alicia Silverstone

IMDb Rating: 6.1/10

Aidan and Mia, who have been emotionally traumatized by a terrible event, are left with their father’s new girlfriend, Grace, for the Christmas holidays. Richard tells his children at Thanksgiving six months later that they would spend Christmas with Grace in the family’s secluded lodge in rural western Massachusetts to get to know one another. The four arrive at the inn a few days before Christmas, when the children are openly antagonistic to Grace and refuse to connect with her. When Richard returns to the city on a business assignment, the kids continue to be obnoxious toward her.

A California Christmas (2020)

Director: Shaun Paul Piccinino

Writer: Lauren Swickard

Cast: Josh Swickard, Lauren Swickard

IMDb Rating: 5.8/10

Manny is a ranch hand who was just recruited at the Bernet Dairy Farm before being paid off by the extremely wealthy and gorgeous Joseph Van Aston not to show up to work. Josh Swickard portrays Joseph, a silver-spoon city slicker sent by his mother and employer to persuade Callie to sell her house. He falls in love with Callie and is captivated by her family right away. All of the cliches and narrative beats are there, the expected arcs are comfortingly familiar, the location is appealing, and the core pairing’s warmth radiates off the screen.

Last Christmas (2019)

Director: Paul Feig

Writer: George Michael

Cast: Henry Golding, Emilia Clarke, Michelle Yeoh

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

A selfish lady meets a strange young guy during the Christmas season who brings out her best. Is he, though, too good to be true? She meets a man at a pub and spends the night with him. When she uses the man’s shower in the morning, she is met by the man’s wife, who throws Kate out into the street and leaves her to moan about how terrible her life is. The same person directs Bridesmaid and A Simply Favor. Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding star in this film. George Michael’s music is used in this video.

A Christmas Carol (2009)

Director: Robert Zemeckis

Writer: Robert Zemeckis

Cast: Gary Oldman, Jim Carrey, Colin Firth

IMDb Rating: 6.8/10

Ebenezer Scrooge, a grumpy miser, is visited by the spirit of his deceased companion Jacob Marley on Christmas Eve. What they do in life, Scrooge is informed, will decide what happens to them in the afterlife. Marley warns Scrooge that he will be visited by three ghosts and should pay attention to what occurs. Scrooge is confronted with his tale of increasing bitterness and cruelty, and he must choose between death and redemption.

The Nutcracker And The Four Realms (2018)

Director: Joe Johnston, Lasse Hallström

Writer: Ashleigh Powell

Cast: Kiera Knightley, Mackenzie Foy, Morgan Freeman

IMDb Rating: 5.6/10

Clara is a young scientist living in Victorian England with her elder sister Louise, Fritz’s younger brother, and her widowed father, Mr. Stahlbaum. The family mourns the loss of their mother and wife, Marie Stahlbaum, a scientist who has died lately. Mr. Stahlbaum brings each sister a present from Marie on Christmas Eve, and Clara gets an egg-shaped locked box with no key to unlock it. He then tells Clara that the egg was a creation of his that he gave to Clara’s mother when she was younger and that her mother’s desire was for her daughter to receive the gift.

Noelle (2019)

Director: Marc Lawrence

Writer: Marc Lawrence

Cast: Bill Hader, Anna Kendrick, Billy Eichner

IMDb Rating: 6.3/10

Noelle Kringle, who lives in the North Pole with Santa Claus as her father, enjoys a life of pleasure and Christmas happiness. The family is ecstatic, but when Noelle inquires about her future work, Kris responds that she will spread Christmas joy to assist Nick is doing his job correctly. Life seems to be simple. When Noelle’s father dies away, her brother, Nick, will be the new Santa Claus. Nick is under pressure, and what was supposed to be a weekend vacation has turned into a week away. Noelle embarks on a journey to save not only her brother but also Christmas.

Write Before Christmas (2019)

Director: Pat Williams

Writer: Tippi Dobrofsky, Neal Dobrofsky

Cast: Chad Michael Murray, Torrey DeVitto, Lanie McAuley

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

Jessica, the proprietor of Strings and Notes, a music shop, and a musician (cellist) in her own right who solely performs for fun, adores the holiday season. She sends personalized Christmas cards to the five most significant persons in her life after seeing them at her favorite coffee shop. Those cards, as well as Jessica’s words within, have a substantial impact on the receivers. After three months of fruitless dating at a restaurant known for proposals, which she expected, optometrist Wes dumps Jessica Winthrop. The cellist who has quit playing flees to her friend Mimi’s music store, pouting.

Klaus (2019)

Director: Sergio Pablos

Writer: Zach Lewis, Sergio Pablos

Cast: Jason Schwartzman, Sergio Pablos, J K Simmons

IMDb Rating: 8.2/10

A letter is delivered at the start of the film. We follow the letter as it travels through the post office system until it reaches the Royal Postal Academy’s, Drill Sergeant. When Jesper, the new postman in Smeerenburg, meets Klaus, the toymaker, their presents settle an age-old rivalry and bring a sleigh full of Christmas traditions. Jesper’s father is the school director, and he has enrolled Jesper to teach him commitment.

Operation Christmas Drop (2020)

Director: Martin Wood

Writer: Gregg Rossen and Brian Sawyer

Cast: Alexander Ludwig and Kat Graham

IMDb Rating: 5.8/10

Erica (Graham), a congressional assistant, skips Christmas with her family to travel at her boss’s request. She fights with Capt. Andrew Jantz (Ludwig) at a beachfront Air Force installation, where she knows her mission is to find reasons to defund the facility. The station has an annual practice of airlifting Christmas gifts to Micronesia’s tiny islands. Andrew takes Erica on a tour of the base and other islands, demonstrating the custom.

Christmas With a View (2018)

Director: Justin G. Dyck

Writer: David Finley

Cast: Scott Cavalheiro, Kaitlyn Leeb, and Jess Walton

IMDb Rating: 5.2/10

When renowned chef Shane Roarke is appointed the new head chef at Thunder Mountain Ski Resort this Christmas, the resort will be buzzing. On the other hand, Clara Garrison is less enthusiastic and more concerned with resettling following her unsuccessful attempt to establish a significant city restaurant. However, Clara realizes they have more in common than she initially believed since their paths are continually intersecting.

Daddy’s Home 2 (2017)

Director: Sean Anders

Writer: John Morris and Sean Anders

Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Will Ferrell, and Linda Cardellini

IMDb Rating: 6/10

After burying the hatchet in Daddy’s Home (2015), the kids’ biological father with the perfect six-pack, Dusty, and the stepfather with a golden heart, Brad, are now proud co-dads, working in tandem to care for Megan and Dylan. After a last-minute change of plans, the four men decide to take the kids to a luxury resort for a fun-filled vacation, which turns into a funny and chaotic experience.

A Bad Moms Christmas (2017)

Director: Scott Moore and Jon Lucas

Writer: Scott Moore and Jon Lucas

Cast: Kristen Bell, Mila Kunis, and Cheryl Hines

IMDb Rating: 5.6/10

Awful Mothers Christmas follows three underappreciated and overworked women as they defy the Super Bowl’s difficulties and expectations for mothers. For their overbearing moms who have chosen to come up for Christmas, this is the ideal holiday. But, without a doubt, the holidays are never simple, and while moms and daughters battle their anxieties, putting together, the perfect Christmas seems unattainable.

Why Him? (2016)

Director: John Hamburg

Writer: John Hamburg and Jonah Hill

Cast: Bryan Cranston, James Franco, and Megan Mullally

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

Stephanie Fleming, a Stanford student, invites her boyfriend Laird Mayhew over to “Netflix and relax.” Meanwhile, Stephanie’s father, Ned, celebrates his 55th birthday with friends and family at an Applebee’s restaurant in Grand Rapids. But, as the eccentric Laird strives much too hard to make a good impression with Christmas approaching, a unique formula for catastrophe will inevitably emerge, reducing the odds of winning them over.

The Princess Switch: Switched Again (2020)

Director: Michael Rohl

Writer: Megan Metzger

Cast: Sam Palladio, Rose McIver, and Mia Lloyd

IMDb Rating: 5.4/10

Margaret finds herself next in line for Montenaro’s throne, and she’s a little worried about it. Margaret’s coronation brings with it relatives and familiar faces, such as Margaret’s elder cousin Fiona, who we discover is a robber. This film is no exception, and it makes it such that you can pretty much anticipate everything that can and will happen.

Let It Snow (2019)

Director: Luke Snellin

Writer: Victoria Strouse and Kay Cannon

Cast: Kiernan Shipka, Isabela Merced, and Mitchell Hope

IMDb Rating: 5.8/10

Without giving too much away, there’s an intriguing family feud at the heart of the nightmare, but it’s as half-baked as everything else in this one. Let It Snow is a gripping horror thriller with an excellent lead performance and some truly stunning photography and landscape. If you like Ivanna Sakhno’s work or just want to view some stunning images of the Caucasus, you should watch this film.

The Star (2017)

Director: Timothy Reckart

Writer: Sven Hasper and Simon Moore

Cast: Gina Rodriguez, Steven Yeun, and Zachary Levi

IMDb Rating: 6.3/10

The tale of a donkey called Bo who aspires to live outside his community comes from the creators of Miracles from Heaven. He meets Ruth, a sheep, and Dave, a dove, and the three of them follow the Star to the first Christmas, which is the birth of Jesus. Together with three wisecracking camels and other strange stable animals, Bo and his new companions follow the Star and become unwitting heroes in the most extraordinary tale ever told – the first Christmas.

The Christmas Chronicles (2018)

Director: Clay Kaytis

Writer: David Guggenheim and Matt Lieberman

Cast: Judah Lewis, Kurt Russell, and Darby Camp

IMDb Rating: 7/10

The tale of Kate and Teddy Pierce, a sister and brother whose Christmas Eve plot to photograph Santa Claus evolves into an unexpected trip that most children could only dream of. When things go wrong, the youngsters band together with a cheerful Saint Nick and his devoted elves to rescue the holiday before it’s too late.

Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (2012)

Director: Peter Hewitt

Writer: Peter Hewitt and Eddie Steeples

Cast: Jodelle Ferland, Christian Martyn, and Ed Asner

IMDb Rating: 3.5/10

Finn Baxter and his family are relocating from California to Maine. Finn is frightened of the new home and thinks it is haunted. Finn Baxter puts up booby traps in the hopes of catching the spirit of his new home’s previous inhabitant, only to find that he must also protect his sister. Now, with their parents at a Christmas party and a roaring blizzard, Finn and Alexis will have to take things into their own hands and foil the thieves’ intentions. Is it true that the home is haunted?

Christmas On The Square (2020)

Director: Debbie Allen

Writer: Maria S. Schlatter

Cast: Dolly Parton, McKenzie Brooke, and Jeanine Mason

IMDb Rating: 5.2/10

The film begins in the main square of Fullerville, a tiny town. A homeless lady approaches a young woman named Regina and begs for money, then starts singing a song about “what Christmas is.” The whole town soon starts singing and dancing about “Christmas on the Square.” Regina informs them that the village has been sold. Regina then visits her old friend Marceline (Jennifer Lewis) at the neighborhood hair shop to tell her about her eviction.

The Spirit Of Christmas (2015)

Director: David Jackson

Writer: Tracy Andreen

Cast: Thomas Beaudoin, Kati Salowsky, and Jen Lilley

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

Kate, a busy lawyer, has three weeks to evaluate and sell a haunting inn. She eventually encounters Daniel, the ghost of that haunted inn, who returns to life each December during the twelve days of Christmas. Now it is Kate who needs to break this curse of Daniel and solve this case to get her promotion. It’s an exciting movie with a good plot, so don’t forget to watch it.

Rise Of The Guardians (2012)

Director: Peter Ramsey

Writer: David Lindsay-Abaire

Cast: Alec Baldwin, Chris Pine, and Hugh Jackman

IMDb Rating: 7.3/10

When an evil spirit known as Pitch throws down the gauntlet to take over the globe, the immortal Guardians must band together for the first time to safeguard the children’s dreams, beliefs, and imaginations. Unfortunately, the youngsters gradually lose faith in the Guardians as they battle Pitch Black and persuade Jack that he is friendly. Jack must assist the Guardians in restoring their enchantment with the Earth’s children so that they may continue to protect them from harm.

The Christmas Setup (2020)

Director: Pat Mills

Writer: Michael J. Murrayq

Cast: Blake Lee, Fran Drescher, and Ben Lewis

IMDb Rating: 7.1/10

Hugo, a New York lawyer, travels to Milwaukee with his best friend Madelyn to spend the holidays with his brother Aiden and his mother Kate, who also organizes the local Christmas festivities. Hugo and Patrick’s love is prominent, but when Hugo learns of a significant promotion that would require him to relocate to London, he must decide what is most important to him.

Almost Christmas (2016)

Director: David E. Talbert

Writer: David E. Talbert

Cast: Danny Glover, Gabrielle UnionMurray, and Mo’Nique

IMDb Rating: 6.1/10

Walter Meyers is a retired automotive engineer who had just lost his wife, Grace. He invites his four adult children and the rest of the family to his home for a customary Christmas party. Walter quickly understands that spending five days under the same roof with his squabbling children and the rest of the family will be a Christmas miracle.

Crown For Christmas (2015)

Director: Alex Zamm

Writer: Tippi Dobrofsky and Neal Dobrofsky

Cast: Rupert Penry-Jones and Danica McKellar

IMDb Rating: 6.9/10

Allie Evans is a maid who lost her employment at a hotel after failing to prepare a client’s room on time. She is then recruited by a guy called Fergus (who is working for a hotel client who overheard what happened to her), who asks her to work as a governess for his employer in the European nation of Wilshire. While the staff is split between Allie, she gets through to the motherless girl and earns an unparalleled royal favor.

Christmas In The Heartland (2017)

Director: Mollie Milligan and Christopher Rich

Writer: Dave Matheny

Cast: Bo Derek, Brighton Sharbino, and Shelley Long

IMDb Rating: 5.9/10

Kara and Jessie, two teenagers, form an unexpected relationship while seated next to one other on a plane headed for the Midwest. The sisters hatch a scheme to swap places for Christmas after being forced to spend the holidays in the same tiny town with relatives they’ve never met. As the movie proceeds, Jessie finds herself living luxuriously with Kara’s wealthy grandparents.

A Christmas Prince (2017)

Director: Alex Zamm

Writer: Karen Schaler and Nathan Atkins

Cast: Rose McIver, Ben Lamb, and Alice Krige

IMDb Rating: 5.8/10

When a writer poses as a teacher to learn more about a playboy prince, she becomes entangled in royal intrigue and falls in love – but will she be able to maintain her cover? She attempts to learn as much as she can about whether Richard will take the crown or surrender and let his cousin Simon succeed. This movie is indeed exciting and turns out to be a hit.

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby (2019)

Director: John Schultz

Writer: Nate Atkins

Cast: Ben Lamb, Rose McIver, and Honor Kneafsey

IMDb Rating: 5.4/10

In Aldovia, it’s Christmas time, and a royal baby is on the way. Queen Amber and King Richard are planning a vacation to prepare for the birth of their first child, but first, they must welcome King Tai and Queen Ming of Penglia to reaffirm a 600-year-old holy ceasefire. However, when the precious pact vanishes, the peace is jeopardized, and an old curse threatens their family.

Christmas Under Wraps (2014)

Director: Peter Sullivan

Writer: Jennifer Notas

Cast: Brian Doyle-Murray, Candace Cameron Bure, and David O’Donnell

IMDb Rating: 6.4/10

Dr. Lauren Brunell, a resident doctor, misses out on her dream, a Boston fellowship, and takes a job as a fill-in in Garland, Alaska, until she can pursue her “big-city” chance. Her life is flipped entirely upside down when she inherits a charming inn in Alaska from her aunt. When she examines the property and meets a beautiful attorney, she is taken aback to discover that nothing is as it seems. Instead, she finds love and happiness and learns that the tiny village keeps a major Christmas secret hidden from her.

Anna And The Apocalypse (2017)

Director: John McPhail

Writer: Ryan McHenry and Alan McDonald

Cast: Malcolm Cumming, Ella Hunt, and Sarah Swire

IMDb Rating: 6.1/10

When the zombie apocalypse strikes the peaceful village of Little Haven over the holidays, Anna and her high school classmates must fight, sing, and dance to stay alive among the undead horde. However, they quickly learn that no one is secure in this new world, and as society crumbles around them, the only people they can depend on are each other. A zombie Santa emerges and growls at them whenever they try to go out.

Krampus (2015)

Director: Michael Dougherty

Writer: Zach Shields and Michael Dougherty

Cast: Stefania LaVie Owen, Adam Scott, and Toni Collette

IMDb Rating: 6.2/10

The wealthy but chaotic Engel family meets for Christmas three days before Christmas eve. Max (a kid) still believes in Santa Claus and plans to write him a letter. Meanwhile, Krampus, a demonic entity of ancient evil bent on punishing non-believers, is enraged by this lack of joyful mood. So on Christmas eve, laying siege to the broken Engel family’s house and compelling them to battle for one another, all hell breaks loose.

Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (2020)

Director: David E. Talbert

Writer: David E. Talbert

Cast: Anika Noni Rose, Madalen Mills, and Keegan Michael Key

IMDb Rating: 6.5/10

The film starts with a grandma (Phylicia Rashad) telling a new Christmas tale from a large book having some elaborately rotating gears on the front. It maintains the vitality of an in-person performance while being intended initially as a musical drama. The film has a unique viewpoint because of its awe-inspiring and almost all-Black ensemble. Jangle has a notepad full of ideas for his magical toys, as well as a shop named Jangles and Things full of satisfied customers.

Office Christmas Party (2016)

Director: Josh Gordon and Will Speck

Writer: Laura Solon and Justin Malen

Cast: Jennifer Aniston, T.J. Miller, and Jason Bateman

IMDb Rating: 5.9/10

Carol Vanstone, the dreadful and tyrannical CEO of the cutthroat technology corporation Zenotek, is eager to shrink the family business and close down her carefree brother Clay’s whole division. Carol is also cruel enough to cancel the annual company’s Christmas party. She also plans to lay off 40% of the branch’s employees. The branch manager attempts to acquire a big customer as a last-ditch effort to preserve the staff’s employment. He organizes a big Christmas party and invites the customer to demonstrate that they aren’t cold and indifferent.

Christmas At The Plaza (2019)

Director: Ron Oliver

Writer: Ron Oliver

Cast: Elizabeth Henstridge, Julia Duffy, and Ryan Paevey

IMDb Rating: 6.7/10

The Christmas period has officially begun. Jessica Cooper, an archivist/historian, has been recruited by the Plaza Hotel in New York City as an officious person to Amanda Clark, who studied and exhibited the history of Christmas at the hotel, which began in 1907. Jessica finds history reassuring and comforting since she never had a sense of the future as a child, making the prospect of the future frightening.

I Trapped the Devil (2019)

Director: Josh Lobo

Writer: Josh Lobo

Cast: Scott Poythress, Chris Sullivan, and Rowan Russell

IMDb Rating: 4.8/10

The concept of this movie is kind of like helping your crazy brother imprison the Devil(possibly) or handing him over to the police. It has aspects of both ethical dilemmas. A married couple, Matt and Karen, arrive unexpectedly at a family member’s home late at night on Christmas Eve. This film begins in the same way as the iconic Twilight Zone episode did. Steve first sends Karen and Matt away, much as David Ellington is turned away by the monks. It is undoubtedly one of the must-watch movies on this list.

Love the Coopers (2015)

Director: Jessie Nelson

Writer: Steven Rogers

Cast: Diane Keaton, Olivia Wilde, and John Goodman

IMDb Rating: 5.8/10

Sam and Charlotte, blissfully married, make the required preparations for a beautiful night in anticipation of a big family reunion. Their children, Hank and Eleanor, and their grandkids, Charlotte’s father, Bucky, her sister, Emma, and, of course, Aunt Fishy, are all anticipated. Unexpected visits and unusual occurrences flip the night completely, bringing them all to a surprising rediscovery of family ties and the Christmas spirit.

The Knight Before Christmas(2019)

Director: Monika Mitchell

Writer: Cara J. Russell

Cast: Josh Whitehouse, Vanessa Hudgens, and Emmanuelle Chriqui

IMDb Rating: 5.6/10

The Knight Before Christmas adds Santa Claus and mistletoe to the time-and-space-traveling movie tradition. Brooke takes Cole in as a gesture of remorse after unintentionally hitting him with her vehicle, allowing him to remain in her house while he heals. She thinks he’s a cosplayer who suffered a concussion in the accident, which is why he believes he’s a medieval knight.

The Princess Switch (2018)

Director: Michael Rohl

Writer: Megan Metzger and Robin Bernhein

Cast: Sam Palladio, Vanessa Hudgens, and Nick Sagar

IMDb Rating: 6.1/10

Margaret, the beautiful Duchess of Montenaro, swaps places with Stacy, a Chicago “commoner” who looks just like her a week before Christmas. Duchess Margaret Delacourt, free-spirited but royally obliged, just wants one final opportunity to live life as a “regular person” before marrying the Crown Prince of Belgravia. Margaret falls in love with Stacy’s beautiful coworker with the aid of a magical Santa’s helper, while Stacy falls in love with Margaret’s fiancé, the dashing Prince.

The Best Man Holiday (2013)

Director: Malcolm D. Lee

Writer: Malcolm D. Lee

Cast: Taye Diggs, Morris Chestnut, and Nia Long

IMDb Rating: 6.7/10

Lance, Harper, Candace, Quentin, Robyn, Jordan, Murch, and Mia, college buddies who last saw each other almost 15 years ago, finally reconnected for the holidays. Even though their lives have altered dramatically, the friends realize how simple it is to rekindle long-dormant rivalries and intense love.

Holiday In The Wild (2019)

Director: Ernie Barbarash

Writer: Tippi Dobrofsky and Neal Dobrofsky

Cast: Kristin Davis and Rob Lowe

IMDb Rating: 6.1/10

Manhattanite Kate Conrad (Kristin Davis) has planned a second honeymoon with her husband to keep her spirits up after their kid goes to college. But, instead of thanking her, he abruptly ends their relationship, and the betrayed Kate travels to Africa on her own. She and Derek, a pilot, go there to save a young elephant. Kate learns how much she enjoys her new surroundings while bringing the elephant back to health.

A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish (2019)

Director: Michelle Johnston

Writer: Michelle Johnston

Cast: Gregg Sulkin and Laura Marano

IMDb Rating: 5.3/10

Kat Decker is in desperate need of a Christmas miracle. Although the promising singer-songwriter has great ambitions, she also has enormous difficulties. She begins to fall for the beautiful new Santa as she starts working at a job to make her dreams come true. Unfortunately, Kat’s step-family is trying to keep her from attending the renowned Wintergarden Christmas Gala to get their invitation. Watch the movie to know what happens next.

Tangerine (2015)

Director: Sean Baker

Writer: Chris Bergoch and Sean Baker

Cast: Mya Taylor, Kitana Kiki Rodriguez, and James Ransone

IMDb Rating: 7.1/0

Tangerine is a film about Sindee and Alexandria, two best friends on the lookout for Sindee’s unfaithful fiancé, Chester. A transgender sex worker(Sindee) learns her lover and a pimp have been cheating on her. “Tangerine” is a comedy about a transsexual prostitute on Christmas Eve who is searching for her pimp’s girlfriend. Check the movie out to know more.

Final Verdict

Winters are coming; it’s time for you to take a break from your busy schedule and loosen up during the holidays. Get yourself a pizza and pick a movie to stream from our best Christmas movies of all time list. We have mentioned plenty of them, so you don’t have to struggle to find a film to stream every night with your friends. Escape into the delightful holiday movie genres and this year, enjoy your holiday to the fullest.

Joshua Garner

Joshua calls himself nerd+geek who is also passionate about football. He enjoys comics, animes, and science fiction. He finds his comfort in writing about suspense, thrillers and science fiction shows and movies.

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