The Best Movies to Watch This Holiday Season

The holiday season is right around the corner, and you know what that means! It’s time for hot cocoa, fleece jammies, and blankets galore as we curl up next to the fireplace and watch some amazing festive movies. Here’s what’s on our must-watch list this year!

Love Actually (2003)

Big names like Hugh Grant, Alan Rickman, Colin Firth, and Emma Thompson come together in this classic rom-com that’s sure to tug on your heartstrings. Witness 10 unique relationships, all with varying degrees of love, and laugh as the unexpected happens. Watch now on Peacock.

A Bad Moms Christmas (2017)

Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn are geniuses when they decide to take the Christmas season off, but they probably didn’t expect to create this much mayhem. Grab your girlfriends to watch these moms release pent-up stress from years past. Watch now on Netflix.

Elf (2003)

The legendary movie starring Will Ferrell is a must-see every holiday season. It’s humorous and ridiculous to watch Buddy find his dad and make the most of family time without letting go of his North Pole upbringing. Watch now on HBO Max.

Four Christmases (2008) 

Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon are a fun couple that loves traveling. But when their plans go south for the Christmas season, what are they to do? Spend time with all four of their divorced parents. Watch now on HBO Max.

The Polar Express (2004)

Tom Hanks is the fantastic narrator in this film based on the classic picture book. Does the boy’s North Pole experience change his view on everything? See for yourself. It’s a magical film for people of all ages. Watch now on HBO Max.

Christmas With the Kranks (2004)

Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis are a couple that’s willing to forgo the holiday season. Little do the Kranks know that their neighbors won’t allow it. And their daughter will be home sooner than they thought! Watch now on Amazon Prime.

Last Holiday (2014)

If you give Queen Latifah a few weeks to live, what will she do? Make the best of them! In this holiday comedy classic, she does just that. You might start making your own bucket list by the film’s end. Watch now on Amazon Prime.

Jack Frost (1979)

If you’re looking for a short film to keep the kids busy while you prepare dinner, this 48-minute classic will get the job done. Watch as a Groundhog narrates Jack Frost becoming human – in a cartoon way – and see how his journey goes. Watch now on Amazon Prime.

The Preacher’s Wife (1996)

Let’s go back in time to watch a film starring Denzel Washington and Whitney Houston. What will happen? Something about a New York City pastor and a heavenly angel, but you’ll have to see for yourself. Keep your ears perked for some of the best music made that year. Watch now on Tubi.

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