Same Time, Next Christmas is a shockingly good romance film, featuring childhood sweethearts.
Whether it is Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Ramadan, Hanukkah, or others, these productions focus on the holiday spirit, and the build-up to them.
The Christmas Prince series continues and remains perhaps one of the best holiday traditions of the modern age.
Merry Happy Whatever is an ode to those who hate their in-laws and how their spouse changes when around them.
Holiday Rush just as much will get you into the holiday mood, as it may push you to recognize the people who helped you make it to the end of the year.
Turkey Drop is fun, dramatic, romantic at times, and one of the few films that doesn’t skip over Thanksgiving.
Carole’s Christmas has a nearly perfect mix of cheesy, but cute, relationships, mixed with the unfortunate realities many people go through.
Vanessa Hudgens further pushes the idea she is the queen of holiday movies as she potentially finds another franchise at Netflix.
OWN’s first foray into Christmas movies is sweet, family-friendly, and sets a good precedent for the holiday films that will follow.
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.