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10 Heartwarming Holiday Movies You Can Stream on Netflix

10 Heartwarming Holiday Movies You Can Stream on Netflix

Here are some heartwarming holiday movies to watch on Netflix, whether they are rom-coms, family-oriented films, or comedies!

Since the ‘Ber’ months have officially begun, it is also the start of the holiday season and the countdown to Christmas. It is nice to sit on the couch and watch some movies to enjoy the holidays after planning gifts, getting work leaves, and other celebrations.

Ten Holiday Movies on Netflix

1. Holidate

If you are looking for a feel-good, romantic comedy, you should watch this one. The plot revolves around two strangers who agreed to be each other’s plus ones on every holiday throughout the year until they begin to develop feelings for each other.

Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey in “Holidate” | Steve Dietl/Netflix

2. Klaus

Klaus is an award-winning 2019 Spanish-American animated Christmas film. It received an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film during the 92nd Academy Awards. And it doesn’t stop there! It received seven Annie Awards, including Best Animated Feature, as well as Best Animated Film at the 73rd British Academy Film Awards. Klaus, aside from being critically acclaimed, will not disappoint you with its well-written story!

Klaus | Netflix

3. A California Christmas

Although we have seen the rich guy, poor girl romance trope before, this film has a tickle for its audience. It is a holiday, after all! It is essential to watch some light and somehow comforting movies.

Lauren Swickard and Josh Swickard in “A California Christmas” | Netflix

4. The Christmas Chronicles

If you want to watch a movie with your entire family in the living room, you should watch The Christmas Chronicles. Trust me, it will never be boring with this.

The Christmas Chronicles | Netflix

5. The Holiday Calendar

Up next is another romantic comedy film in the Christmas genre. The plot revolves around a photographer who discovers that an antique Advent calendar she inherited predicts her future.

Kat Graham and Quincy Brown in “The Holiday Calendar” | Netflix

6. A Boy Called Christmas

As a children’s film, this is the ideal film to watch while the kids wait for 12:00 midnight to finally celebrate the opening of their Christmas presents.

Henry Lawfull in “A Boy Called Christmas” | Netflix

7. Holiday Rush

Well, this is a heartwarming family film. When a widowed father’s job as a popular New York City DJ is terminated, he and his spoiled children leave their luxurious lifestyle to live with his aunt, where they find joy and reconnect with each other.

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Holiday Rush | Netflix

8. Holiday in the Wild

A woman embarks on a solo trip to her supposedly surprise honeymoon to her husband after he abruptly ends their marriage. During her trip on African safari, she met an elephant conservationist, which could lead to a possible romance. If you are looking for another romantic film to watch this holiday season, give this one a shot!

Kristin Davis in “Holiday in the Wild” | Netflix

9. The Princess Switch

This film starring Vanessa Hudgens is just like any other Hallmark holiday movie. But, hey, it is a guilty pleasure for a lot of people. Searching for proof? Well, it became a film series with three movies!

Vanessa Hudgens in “The Princess Switch” | Netflix

10. Trolls Holiday

This half-hour musical comedy Christmas special is ideal for the kids this holiday season! If you liked the Trolls movie, you should watch this!

Trolls Holiday | NBC

So, what are you holding out for? Enjoy your holiday season by watching these heartwarming holiday films!

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