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February 24, 2024

10 holiday movies to watch this Christmas Eve

Shivani Pathak
Watching Christmas movies on Christmas eve has been a long-standing modern tradition. With all the party time being restricted this year, what would be a better way to celebrate than curling up on your sofa with a cup of hot chocolate and a feel-good Christmas movie!
Here’s a list of all the heartwarming holiday movies that you can stream for your post-party celebration!
The Grinch
Watch on Netflix 
One of the classics and the third screen adaptation of the 1957 book, How the Grinch Stole Christmas! by Dr. Seuss, this animated film follows the Grinch and his dog Max as they plan to ruin Whoville’s Christmas celebration by stealing all the town’s decorations and gifts.

The Princess Switch – Switched Again
Watch on Netflix
Vanessa Hudgens is back as Princess Margaret and Stacy in this sequel of the 2018 movie, The Princess Switch. The story follows Margaret Delacourt, the Duchess of Montenaro, who suddenly inherits the throne in her home country of Montenaro. As her Christmas coronation approaches, she and Stacy switch places once again so Margaret can fix her relationship with Stacy’s friend Kevin. Unbeknownst to both women, a third look-alike, Margaret’s evil cousin Lady Fiona, disguises herself as Margaret in a scheme to steal the throne.


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Watch on Netflix

Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey star in this holiday, romantic comedy that is all things cute. The plot follows two singles who’re fed up with being alone on the holidays and decide to be each other’s plus-ones throughout the year. But can they keep things strictly platonic? Watch to find out!


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Angela’s Christmas
Watch on Netflix
If there’s anything that’ll warm your heart, it’s this 2017 Irish-Canadian animation film based on the children’s story from Pulitzer Prize-winning Irish author Frank McCourt that revolves around Angela, a little girl who wants to make sure that everyone has a great Christmas.

Angela’s Christmas Wish
Watch on Netflix
A sequel to the 2017 film Angela’s Christmas, in this 2020 film Angela and her friends try to bring back her father, working away in Australia.

Polar Express
Watch on Netflix or Amazon Prime Video
Take a trip down the past and watch this 2004 Christmas classic in which a young boy’s belief in the holiday spirit is revived as he boards a train for a trip to the North Pole on Christmas eve.

Let is snow
Watch on Netflix 
This 2019 romantic comedy is based on the young adult novel of the same name by Maureen Johnson, John Green and Lauren Myracle. It is a story of a small town hit by a snowstorm on Christmas eve, affecting friendships, love lives and the future of several high school seniors.


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The Holiday Calender
Watch on Netflix
Looking for some Christmas magic and a meet cute? The Holiday Calender is just the film for you! Kat Graham (The Vampire Diaries) stars in this movie as a talented photographer who receives an antique Advent calendar that seems to be predicting the future and pointing her towards love.


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Jingle Jangle
Watch on Netflix 
Want to watch something different? This musical Christmas fantasy film is the right pick for you! The plot follows a once joyful toymaker who is betrayed by his apprentice.

Christmas Wedding Planner
Watch on Netflix 
Weddings and holidays together is a genre you cannot skip and this movie gives you exactly that as it follows the life of a wedding planner whose world is turned upside down when a handsome private investigator enters her life, threatening to disrupt what could be her biggest wedding.

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