Let It Snow will certainly warm you up a little bit, but something about it seems very formulaic, and that keeps it from having holiday magic.
Last Christmas, with it addressing the immigrant experience, having a romance which grows on you, and George Michael music? Oh, prep to enjoy yourself.
Christmas is coming early, and neverminding Halloween and Thanksgiving, with this cute film that surprisingly isn’t a Netflix release.
Like most holiday movies, No Sleep ‘Til Christmas makes you scratch your head and question the logic of what’s happening.
Eve is back and it’s not just to Mary Poppins another girl’s life but also to keep from being discontinued!
Surprisingly, the most interesting thing about A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding isn’t the wedding but an investigation.
The Truth About Christmas tries, it tries really hard. But I can’t firmly say it succeeds in everything it was trying to say or do.
Netflix may have produced a Christmas classic with The Christmas Chronicles. The kind you’d watch with your family and/or friends for years to come.
The Princess Switch is a little cringey at times, in a comical way, and definitely is a must if you are into holiday movies.
Christmas With A View may lack magic and happenstance, but that’s what makes the romance a bit easier to get into.