25 best Christmas movies to watch on Netflix in 2019

THE CHRISTMAS CHRONICLES - Credit: Michael Gibson/Netflix
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The Knight Before Christmas – Josh Whitehouse, Vanessa Hudgens – Photo Credit: Netflix / Brooke Palmer
The Knight Before Christmas – Josh Whitehouse, Vanessa Hudgens – Photo Credit: Netflix / Brooke Palmer /

Looking for Christmas movies to watch as this holiday season? Netflix has your back. Take a look at the 25 best Christmas movies on Netflix

While Christmas isn’t exactly around the corner, that doesn’t mean you can’t get in the spirit of the season. There’s nothing wrong with watching a few holiday movies weeks before the big day. Christmas films are great for showing us the magic of the season and how things that seem impossible can happen during this time of year.

But if you don’t have any Christmas films on DVD, where can you find them? Netflix can help you with that. Whether you’re looking for new movies or old classics, Netflix has a ton of holiday films for you to choose from. And if you don’t see something you like right away, make sure to keep checking back. New holiday movies will be added to the streaming service as we get closer to Dec 25.

Kids movies, adult movies, comedies, dramas, and a ton of romances. No matter what genre is your favorite, there is a Christmas movie to fit your mood. Whether you want to laugh, cry, see two people fall in love (in sometimes the most bizarre ways), or simply need some help getting in the holiday spirit, Netflix has you covered.

So if you’re ready to watch all things Christmas, let’s take a look at the 25 best Christmas movies Netflix has to offer!

25. Holiday High School Reunion

When Georgia Hunt finds out her high school reunion is a week before Christmas, she makes it her mission to win back her long-lost love who got away. But she’s not just showing up, she’s also performing with her friends.

Luckily, Georgia hasn’t done too bad for herself since high school. She’s a fashion designer to the stars, or is she? That’s what she’s telling people, but there seems to be some doubt that what she’s saying is actually true.

But if nothing else, she’s determined to get back with her high school sweetheart, Craig. Although, Craig doesn’t seem to have matured much since she last saw him. He may be handsome and look as good as he did in high school, but his personality leaves much to be desired.

But this is a romance, so who is she going to end up with? Well, there just so happens to be another guy in her life, her best friend, Ben, played by Mean Girls’ Jonathan Bennett. He is funny, handsome, considerate, and gets Georgia much more than anyone else does. It also doesn’t hurt that her mom always thought they would end up together.

And when all of Georgia’s secrets come out and her “friends” turn against her, Ben is the one that sticks around and believes in her.

The rest of the cast includes Rachel Boston, Jon Prescott, Marilu Henner, and Harry Hamlin If you’re looking for something easy to watch on Thanksgiving or Christmas break, you should definitely give Holiday High School Reunion a shot.