Exhausted the first set of movies we listed and ready to explore more options? You’re in luck because here is the second set of our Christmas Movies on Netflix to catch with your pets, kids, roommates, friends, family, and loved ones!
But before we get started, we want to talk about why Christmas movies are such a great source of comfort. Along with bringing some much-needed festive cheer, experts suggest that watching Christmas movies can also help reduce levels of stress and anxiety, and can even strengthen your relationships thanks to the nostalgia that comes with the films.
Which makes a lot of sense, don’t you think?
Because Christmas movies are riddled with familiarity and nostalgia, they remind you of the good times you spent growing up with friends and family, and they’re a sure-fire way to achieve that “warm and fuzzy” feeling. However, it’s not just Christmas movies that will get the good times rolling, psychologists suggest. There’s a dopamine rush found in decorating too! `
So, to get the ball rolling, here are some more Christmas movies on Netflix that add all the cheer and joy to the holiday season! Experts recommend these are best enjoyed with a cup of hot cocoa. (By experts, this time we mean Roomi).
1. Merry Happy Whatever
The holiday season can be nerve-wracking for a number of reasons, but especially if you are introducing someone new to your family for the first time! In Merry Happy Whatever, a holiday season-themed series on Netflix, a father (Dennis Quaid) grapples with his daughter’s new boyfriend—not always gracefully.
2. The Christmas Chronicles
Two kids try to catch Santa delivering presents, but they end up coming along for the ride as his little helpers. What’s better? This one’s for all ages – suitable for kids but interesting enough to pique all our interests. So, this one’s a must-watch Christmas movie on Netflix!
3. The Christmas Project
In this warm and fuzzy Christmas movie, a 12-year-old boy reflects back on a time from the holiday season of 1986 where he and his three brothers had to give presents to their school bullies. So, it’s a lesson in kindness wrapped up in a bow of doing the right thing, brought together in a warm and wholesome film – everything that the holidays are about!
4. 48 Christmas Wishes
The 2017 holiday film starts out lighthearted and fun, but things soon get a little emotional. So, after some elves misplace a town’s Christmas letters sent to Santa, they head away from the North Pole to obtain the wishes. But then we meet Blake (Liam MacDonald), who still hasn’t recovered from the death of his father. Now, we were expecting two elves’ misadventures, not a flood of tears?. So, don’t forget to watch one of the most amazing Christmas movies on Netflix with the kids!
5. The Princess Switch (Part One & Two)
You’ll have to do a double (or triple) take with this one because Vanessa Hudgens plays two characters: Margaret, the beautiful Duchess of Montenaro, and Stacy, a regular girl from Chicago. Margaret ends up falling for Stacy’s attractive coworker, while Stacy falls in love with Margaret’s fiancé, the handsome Prince Edward, who is played by Sam Palladio. It sounds more complicated than it really is.
6. The Holiday Calendar
This Netflix original comes with a promising cast and an engaging story- Kat Graham stars as Abby Sutton, a struggling photographer working at a dead-end job. So, the movie is about her luck changing as her grandfather walks into her life and gifts her a magical advent calendar that can predict the future.
7. Christmas With a View
Against the context of an initial clash, comes this will-they/wont-they Christmas movie where a ski resort restaurant manager and a flashy celebrity chef begin to fall for each other when they realize they have more in common than they think. So, catch this one if you’re up for a holiday season romance drama!
8. The Grinch
So, this is one of the greatest Christmas movies on Netflix for Kids! This one’s nothing but a holiday season classic retold in the enigmatic narration by Pharrell and voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch. This delightful 2018 film tells the classic story of Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch, and his quest to destroy the holidays for the cheerful citizens of Whoville.
9. A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding
If you consider yourself a sucker for everything that’s holiday-themed and found yourself loving Netflix’s hit 2017 movie A Christmas Prince, then this sequel is definitely worth the watch!
10. A Christmas Prince
While this one may have not been a critic’s favorite, Netflix achieved overnight success with its first attempt at a holiday themed film in 2017. So, the plot is pretty straightforward: A journalist falls in love with her male subject who happens to be the dashing Prince Richard. But whether you loved or hated it, one’s thing for sure: we were all watching! Because according to a viral tweet by Netflix, 53 people watched A Christmas Prince for 18 days straight – now that’s saying something!
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