Prepare your hot cocoa and get into the Christmas spirit with these films that will make you feel like like it is the holiday season. You need look no further than Netflix to find your fill of holiday movie pleasure this year, as it provides a huge selection of romantic films, family films, comedies, and more. So that you may locate some of the best holiday movies that you’ll enjoy binge-watching, we’ve put together a list of top 5 Netflix movies to see this Christmas break.
A Christmas Carol, Scrooge
Selfish miser Ebenezer Scrooge has one night on a chilly Christmas Eve to confront his past and alter the future before time runs out. In this mystical, time-traveling musical interpretation of the classic Christmas tale, Charles Dickens’ timeless legend is reborn. With his own soul on the line, Scrooge has just one more Christmas Eve to face his past and forge a better future. Scrooge: A Christmas Carol, which features songs from the iconic and two-time Academy Award winner Leslie Bricusse OBE, is a song for a new generation to sing.
Cast & members :
In addition to James Cosmo as Mr. Fezziwig, the cast also includes Luke Evans as Ebenezer Scrooge, Olivia Colman as The Ghost of Christmas Past, Jessie Buckley as Isabel Fezziwig, Jonathan Pryce as Jacob Marley, Johnny Flynn as Bob Cratchit, Fra Fee as Harry Huffam, Giles Terera as Tom Jenkins, Trevor Dion Nicholas as The Ghost of Christmas Present, and Jessie Buckley as Isabel Fezziwig. Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” directed by Stephen Donnelly and produced by Timeless Films in collaboration with Axis Studios.
A Christmas Castle
In order to avoid a scandal, a best-selling author travels to Scotland, where she falls in love with a castle and clashes with the sour-puss duke who owns it. Famous author Sophie Brown (Brooke Shields) travels to Scotland in the hopes of purchasing a little castle of her own, but the obstinate owner, Myles, the Duke of Dunbar (Cary Elwes), is unwilling to sell to a foreigner. The two are continually butting heads in an attempt to reach an agreement, but they may end up finding more than they bargained for.
Cast & members
Cary Elwes portrays Myles, the 12th Duke of Dunbar, and Brooke Shields plays Sophie Brown (née McGuinty), Featuring Lee Ross as Thomas and Andi Osho as Maisie as Helen, Tina Gray Drew Barrymore as herself, Eilidh Loan as Rhona, Stephen Oswald as Angus, Vanessa Grasse as Lexi Brown, Desiree Burch as Claire, Antony Strachan as Eamon, Tim Barrow as a bartender, and John Stahl as a lawyer, Holly Woodhouse plays Sophie’s irate admirer, Joe McKay plays Rhona’s boyfriend, Suanne Braun plays Mrs. Donatelli, and Barley the Lurcher-Cross plays Hamish. Mark Fleischmann plays Frank De Luca.
American romantic comedy Love Hard, released in 2021, is a comedy about the falsehoods we say out of love. Nina Dobrev plays an unlucky in love LA lady who meets Darren Barnet, a tough East Coast guy, on a dating app and chooses to surprised him again for holidays only to find out that she has been ultimately causing by his boyhood pal (Jimmy O. Yang). Hernán Jiménez served as director. The movie has 28 reviews on review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, with an overall approval rating of 57% and an average rating of 5.9/10. The majority of the website’s reviews reads, “Even though the plot never truly develops the love connection between its main protagonists, Love Hard’s innovative structure and endearing cast have a clear rom-com appeal.”
Cast and members
Danny Mackey and Rebecca Ewing wrote the screenplay, which is directed by Hernán Jiménez. These are the cast members: Natalie Bauer is played by Nina Dobrev, Josh Lin is played by Jimmy O. Yang, Tag is played by Darren Barnet, Owen Lin is played by Harry Shum Jr., Grandma June Lin is played by Althea Kaye, Bob Lin is played by James Saito, Barb Lin is played by Rebecca Staab, Lee is played by Matty Finochio, Kerry is played by Heather McMahan, Chelsea Lin is played by Mikaela Hoover, and Chip is played.
The Diary of Noel
In the 2022 American romantic comedy-drama The Noel Diary, an author (Justin Hartley) meets a fascinating young woman (Barrett Doss) who is looking for her birth mother while cleaning out his old house around Christmas. Will a forgotten journal reveal their pasts—and hearts? Charles Shyer’s film is directed and is based on the book by Richard Paul Evans (Father of the Bride).
Cast & members
Rebecca Connor, David Golden, Charles Shyer, and Richard Paul Evans wrote the screenplay for the movie, which was directed by Charles Shyer and produced by Margret H. Huddleston, Stephanie Slack, and Ridoyanul Hoq. In the movie, Justin Hartley plays Jake Turner; James Remar plays Scott Turner; Aaron Costa Ganis plays Matt Segreto; Jeff Corbett plays Ian Page; Andrea Sooch plays Svetlana; and Lucia Spina plays the proprietor of the book store.
Falling For Christmas
A recently engaged, privileged hotel heiress ends up in the care of a gorgeous, blue-collar lodge owner and his bright daughter in the days before Christmas after being involved in a skiing accident and become completely blind. 51 reviews from critics with an average rating of 4.8/10 can be found on the review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes, with 61% of them being favourable. According to the website’s user reviews, Falling for Christmas is “no Miracle on 34th Street, but viewers in the mood for some fa la la la Lohan will find it as easy as falling here on couch.”
Cast & members
Sierra Belmont/Sarah, Jake Russell, Tad Fairchild, Beauregard Belmont, and Beauregard Belmont are all played by Lindsay Lohan, Chord Overstreet, George Young, and Jack Wagner. Blythe Howard plays Dr. Layla Monroe, Lonzo Liggins plays Mayor Anand, Antonio D. Charity plays Sheriff Borden, Kate Rachesky plays Heather, and Oscar Rudecindo plays Darius. Olivia Perez portrays Avy Russell. Alejandra Flores plays Alejandra. Sean J. Dillingham plays Ralph