5 Christmas Movies that You Must Stream on Netflix this Holiday Season
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and all around the house, everyone is wondering what to watch on Netflix. Here are five movies that you can stream this holiday season. Still not what you're looking for? Check here for more Christmas movies on Netflix.
1. White Christmas (1954)
It's a classic and the perfect film to get you in the spirit of the holidays. There's something about watching the softer side of show business as exhibited in this movie about a song-and-dance team that works to save the Vermont Inn that is posed to close because of decline. Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney deliver stellar performances that you must see to believe.
2. Get Santa (2014)
Santa Claus finds a home in a family's garage after crashing his way into town. Good old Saint Nick is anything but honorable as his hiding out has everything to do with him being on the run from the cops. It is up to a father and son to save the day with their wit and ability to act quickly. Jim Broadbent, Rafe Spall, and Kit Connor deliver great performances in this funny tale that shows the naughty side of Santa.
3. Just Friends (2005)
Granted that he wasn't the most popular kid in school, but did she have do reject him like that? A man comes home for Christmas and is forced to revisit his adolescent years where the girl of his dreams dumped him in such an ugly manner that he became a womanizer. Changing the future means dealing with the past, which is much too painful for the holidays; or is it? Ryan Reynolds takes viewers on a journey in this Christmas story that makes you consider the past and look forward to better days in the future.
4. A Christmas Kiss (2011)
He loves me. He loves me not. A designer falls for her boss' boyfriend, who is the epitome of rude, after the two share a sporadic kiss. She is tasked with decorating her boss ' home. How, though, can she do such a thing while trying to hide feelings for the tyrant that is already taken? Elizabeth Rohm, Laura Breckenridge, and Brendan Fehr take scandalous to another level with this holiday tale best suited for adult audiences.
5. Christmas With the Kranks (2004)
The holiday season would not be complete without Christmas With the Kranks. They have decided to skip Christmas now that their daughter is out on her own. She, however, is looking forward to the spotlight that her parents shine on the joyous holiday. How will the Kranks pull everything together at the last minute and satisfy their daughter?