Best Christmas Movies on Netflix 2018


We all agree that surfing Netflix can lead to a serious fall of FOBO (fear of better alternatives). Thank you for us, they make the simple choice of the Prime Christmas #content process. Netflix releases five new Christmas movies including a sequel to last year's A christmas princess. And they also have lots of other options, ranging from holiday classic to cheesy (in a good way) Christmas romantic. Take some pumpkin pie, nail the hot chocolate, and click on one of these children.

1

A christmas princess

We assume you have already looked at A christmas princess After that, virtually internet broke last year. The movie stars Rose McIver as Amber, a young journalist who goes undercover as teacher of a princess younger sister. But because this is Christmas and it's synonymous with falling in love, guess who it does ??

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2

Love actually

Could it be a Christmas film list about Love actually is not it? Despite the waves of the hooves, Love actually can be one of the most perfect holiday movies about love and relationships.

With its starred (Keira Knightley! Hugh Grant!) Transmission stories that go through all the season's feelings from heartbreak to joy, it's a movie that's easy to love. If you are not moved by Emma Thompson's breakdown, you can be a holiday grinch.

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3

Holiday Calendar

One of Netflix's new originals, Holiday Calendar, stars Kat Graham (#TBT Bonnie on Vampire diaries) as a photographer who is too scared to leave his gallery photo day job to do something really. When she is gifted with a magic advent calendar, it can only be the insight and pursue her future as she needed.

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4

Mickey is once on Christmas

But what happens if you just need something comforting and nostalgic? Netflix penetrated by having Mickey is once on Christmas, a movie you may have seen with your parents on television as a child. Mickey and Co. Celebrate the holiday in the best possible way with hijinks, laughter and much love.

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5

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding (11/30)

If you die to find out what would happen next to Amber and her beloved Prince Richard, Netflix heard your online reasons. A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding takes us back to Aldovia a year after Amber helps to get Richard the crown. But now their wedding is waiting, and our favorite journalist does not know if she's ready to become the queen of Aldovia, which is fair.

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6

Julkronorna (11/22)

Netflix knew you needed Kurt Russell like a hot Santa before you did it and bless them for it. Julkronorna Russell has full Santa's duty when he makes up two cute children to save Christmas.

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7

Princess's switch (11/16)

Vanessa Hudgens (finally!) Gets his own original Christmas movie and how has it been this long? She suits Stacy, a baker from Chicago, who goes into a back competition and walks into her dump walks, Duke of Montenaro. So, the two decide to change places and of course cause romantic chaos.

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8

Santa Claus

Ellen is a socialist who is about to inherit her father's business. But Ellen is a complete mess. In order to be in the top position, she has to prove herself by learning how to help other people.

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9

How Grinch stole Christmas

About the upcoming Grinch reboot makes you angry about the reboot culture, the first reboot of the original, Dr Seuss "How Grinch Chairs Christmas, available on Netflix for your return. Voiced by Jim Carey, 2000 OGB reboot is not animated or CGI. So Jim Carrey is in the head to toe Grinch green when he plays the nasty grump. Surreal and a little goofy, How Grinch stole Christmas is a relic.

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10

How Sarah got her wings

How Sarah got her wings fits "deadly accident but gets a second chance" genre. After Sarah is in an accident, she learns that she can not get into heaven because of her "unfinished business". So she has to help her very hot ex boyfriend because he is a soul in need (although he does a really bad job of getting his own life together). Men!

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11

white Christmas

OK, you must have one classic classic here. And this Bing Crosby music is just that. You have a song and dance couple of two former Army soldiers who want to make it big. They receive a letter from a former sergeant asking to check their sisters and their actions, and of course they fall for them. Anyone who leads to a whirlwind trip to Vermont where any drama and very of the song goes down.

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