Best Netflix Christmas films – from Jingle Jangle and Alien Xmas to Holidate
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The dark evenings are drawing in, and the festive season has well and truly started.
That means it’s time to cosy up on the sofa with a blanket and your favourite Christmas film on the TV – either alone or with your family around you.
It’s been a year like no other and streaming services, such as Netflix, have saved us from many a boring evening in.
Luckily, Netflix isn’t letting us down when it comes to keeping us entertained throughout December.
There’s a host of new content coming this month, but there are also many amazing Christmas films to watch already.
Here are some of the best Christmas films Netflix has to offer at the moment, and there’s something for everyone.
Emma Roberts plays Sloane, "the only single one left” in her family, and they can't stop bringing it up.
She meets Jackson (Luke Bracey), who is also fed up with being single during the holidays, and they agree to be each other’s plus ones. We won't spoil what happens but you can imagine…
A Cinderella Story: A Christmas Wish
If you’re looking for a cheesy Christmas film, this one is for you.
An aspiring singer working as an elf at a Christmas tree lot has her dreams stalled by reality – a cruel stepfamily.
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Christmas Break-In follows the story of Izzy, a nine-year-old who is stranded at school on the last day before the Christmas break after a blizzard hits.
This one might give you Home Alone vibes, because when three robbers decide to break into the school, it’s up to Izzy to save the day.
The Knight Before Christmas
The Knight Before Christmas is a story about a medieval knight called Sir Cole (Josh Whitehouse) who is transported to present-day Ohio during the holiday season.
There he befriends Brooke (Vanessa Hudgens), who is a high school science teacher.
Operation Christmas Drop
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Operation Christmas Drop is a 2020 rom-com which is loosely based on the real-life US Air Force humanitarian mission that has been around since 1952.
In the film a political aide is sent by her boss to investigate a US Air Force Base, where she finds herself warming to its big-hearted captain.
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby
Queen Amber and Prince Richard are expecting their fist child.
But before delivering the royal Baby, Queen Amber has to save her family and kingdom from an ancient curse.
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Holiday Rush is a Christmas rom-com about a widowed radio DJ who loses his job, and his four spoiled kids.
This heartwarming story is about a loving father who reconnects with his children.
Holiday In The Wild
Christmas is the perfect time for rom-coms, so here is another.
This one is about Kate, who embarks on a solo second honeymoon in Africa after her husband ends their marriage.
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey
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This musical fantasy film is new for 2020, and tells the story of an eccentric toymaker, his adventurous granddaughter and a magical invention.
The stellar soundtrack and heartwarming story has fans swooning over this new holiday favourite.
The Princess Switch: Switched Again
This rom-com is a sequel to The Princess Switch, starring Vanessa Hudgens.
The story follows Margaret Delacourt, the Duchess of Montenaro, who suddenly inherits the throne to her country.
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Alien Xmas is a stop-motion animation about a kleptomaniac alien who tries to steal earth’s gravity during the Christmas season.
A young elf mistakes the alien for a Christmas gift, not knowing the alien’s real plan.
Christmas Crossfire is a dark comedy with a crime-thriller plot.
A man foils an attempted murder, and flees with the crew of would-be killers
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