While absolutely silly, A Christmas Surprise does deliver a fun, overtly dramatic Christmas story.
Whether it is Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Ramadan, Hanukkah, or others, these productions focus on the holiday spirit, and the build-up to them.
While there might be times Happiest Season may make you roll your eyes, its heart and certain characters keep you watching until the end.
The Princess Switch: Switched Again, like most holiday movies, is made solely for its audience and doesn’t offer a royal invitation to detractors.
Dash and Lily begins with us meeting The Grinch, known as Dash. However, by the time Christmas comes around, his heart may grow two sizes too big.
If you like holiday movies which get your emotional, feature a “What If?” and are a little queer, you will love A New York Christmas Wedding.
Like most holiday movies, “Operation Christmas Drop” isn’t going to be the best thing out there. However, it’s simple, based on a true military exercise, and family-friendly.
For those who like unconventional holiday movies, in this case, with cursing and a dysfunctional family, “Holidate” was made for you.
As with most of Adam Sandler’s Netflix releases, “Hubie Halloween” will be a welcome addition to Sandler’s fans, and all others will question why “” got cancelled and this funded?
Black Christmas works on multiple levels. It operates as a fairly feminist film, and its incel-like villains produce a decent amount of jump scares.
Once the film tones down the “Take Down The Patriarchy!” talk, you get a decent holiday movie with lots of awkward relationships and some cringey moments.