You’re in luck if visions of sugar plums are already dancing in your head! We’ve compiled a list of the best Christmas movies. You’re in for a treat based on the looks of this year’s lineup! We’ve got new and vintage Christmas movies to meet your every Christmas dream, from recent Christmas movies for kids to romantic Hallmark Christmas movies and humorous Christmas comedy to the best Christmas movies on Netflix this year! Let’s have a look at the best Christmas movies to watch.
Christmas in Harmony
Before you inquire about the title, rest assured that this is a Christmas film about a choir. But don’t worry, the main character’s name is Harmony as well. Person-named-Harmony is specifically chastised into auditioning for a Christmas choir coached by her ex-boyfriend. By the time this one is finished, I anticipate there will be many different interpretations of the word “harmony.” Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child also appears! What a beautiful balance.
The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star
Vanessa Hudgens as Stacy the Princess of Belgravia, Vanessa Hudgens as Margaret the Queen of Montenaro, and Vanessa Hudgens as Lady Fiona Pembroke got into various Christmas doppelgänger adventures in the first two chapters of The Princess Switch franchise. The Princess Switch 3, on the other hand, radically deviates from the plot by featuring no lookalikes at all, with only one lone Vanessa Hudgens tackling Christmas-themed romps on her alone. This one is, undoubtedly, one of the best Christmas movies to watch on Netflix.
This film’s screenplay is delightfully lighthearted for the genre, and it stars Jimmy O. Yang, your new favourite male rom-com protagonist. Love Hard, one of the best Christmas movies of all time, features Natalie, who writes about her bad online dating experiences in Los Angeles for a website, but thinks she’s finally broken her bad luck by matching with total Tinder jerk Josh. When she comes to New York to surprise him, it turns out she was catfished by the person in the profile photos’ boyhood pal. He offers to put Natalie up with Photo Man—a guy named Tag in real life—in exchange for her agreeing to pose as Josh’s girlfriend in front of his family. I believe you can guess what happens next, but it’s a joy to watch it play out.
You, Me and the Christmas Trees
Since you know Hallmark has the right notion, this one launched in October (the idea being that Christmas technically starts before Halloween). Danica McKellar (did you know she discovered a mathematical theorem that is now named after her?) from The Wonder Years (interesting fact: she discovered a mathematical theorem that is now named after her) appears as an evergreen tree scientist tasked in saving a generational family Christmas tree farm from a deadly disease that threatens to ruin Christmas and their means of support.
Christmas With a Crown
A number of Christmas movie bingo cards will be checked off with this Lifetime film: A big city businesswoman travels home to her little, sleepy village to resurrect its holiday festival, where she meets a dashing stranger who simply wants to learn about Christmas. Oh, and it turns out he’s a member of the royal family. “One of her parents loved Christmas and is now deceased, so the holiday brings back bittersweet emotions for her,” the wise money says. We’ve seen it a thousand times and will happily watch it again.
The Great Christmas Switch
I hope you haven’t grown tired of Christmas twins-switching-places movies because we’ve got another one on the way! This one, which airs on the relatively new GAC Family channel, follows two very different twins who get the chance to spend a holiday in each other’s shoes, only to discover that the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. The movies is among the best Christmas movies 2021.
A Boy Called Christmas
A magical, imaginative, and somewhat high-budget Christmas film about a young child who inspires the entire world to believe. It has a Narnia-like feel about it. In addition, Dame Maggie Smith and a slew of other well-known British actors make appearances. Nikolas, an ordinary little boy, embarks on an expedition into the frigid north in search of his father, who is on a quest to find the famous elven village of Elfhelm. Nikolas arrives at his destination, accompanied by a tenacious reindeer named Blitzen and a devoted pet mouse.
Single All the Way
To keep harping on when there are so many other amazing stories about LGBTQ holiday antics to be told, it just feels like an antiquated idea. That’s what makes this one appear to be so entertaining: It’s about a guy whose family is usually disappointed that he’s alone at Christmastime, so he takes his closest friend home to play the role of his boyfriend. The family isn’t duped, but they’re taken aback! His mother (Kathy Najimy) set him up with a really hot guy on a blind date! Despite this, flames fly for the first time between him and his best buddy, resulting in a romantic Christmas love triangle.
Blending Christmas, one of the most eagerly awaited new movies this holiday season, hits all the right notes when you imagine “made-for-TV Christmas movie.” That’s largely owing to its bizarre stunt casting, which includes various members of The Brady Bunch from both the novel and film adaptations, who play Haylie Duff’s family who surprise her at a resort where her fiancé plans to propose. This romantic Christmas movie is one of the best Christmas movies to watch with your girlfriend.
Home Sweet Home Alone
Many a tight-10 has been based on the simple idea, “What if Home Alone was set in the present day?” at local open mic comedy evenings over the last decade. Everyone agrees that, thanks to the widespread availability of cell phones, all disputes over left-behind children would have been straightened up before anyone boarded an aircraft, with no complex booby traps required, averted crisis, and a nice night to all. However, Disney+ opted to answer that question with Home Sweet Home Alone this year. And what was their response? It’s not about cell phones, but about “pathos for the burglars.” These thieves aren’t just thugs out for a quick buck; they’re also parents! Who simply wants to provide a great Christmas for their children after one of them has lost their job! This piece is one of the best Christmas movies on Disney.