Netflix’s first-ever Academy Award-nominated animated film and one of our favourites so far. This 2D-animated Christmas movie spreads in a very fun and emotive way the holiday’s spirit. Jesper, a lazy postal academy student is sent to work on an island in the Arctic Circle that has a never-ending town fight. He meets Klaus, a mysterious carpenter that holds secret his warm and loving heart.
Christmas on the Square (2020)
A Dolly Parton movie, where she appears as an angel. We see a businesswoman trying to evict the town right before Christmas until she falls for the spirit thanks to the town’s people. An uplifting Christmas musical that everyone will love.
Holiday in the Wild (2019)
After being left by her husband just right before a “second honeymoon”, Kate decides to travel by herself and go on an African safari. Alongside her pilot, she discovers a traumatized baby elephant, rescuing him and taking him to a sanctuary, where she offers her services and decides to stay for a while longer. A fun and romantic movie about Christmas in Africa.
48 Christmas Wishes (2017)
A movie that causes deep reflection on appreciating what you have today. The movie begins showing two elves venturing out the North Pole to retrieve lost wishes from a town but soon gets into the story of a family who lost their father some years ago.
Holiday Rush (2019)
A popular radio DJ in New York City lost his Christmas spirit and has spoiled his kids since their mom passed away. When he loses his job, he reconnects with them and learns an important lesson: true joy comes from the people that surround you, not from material things.
The Holiday Calendar (2018)
After inheriting an apparently magical Advent calendar, Abby Sutton, a struggling photographer, can discover her future before it happens. Will it lead her to love? To her career success? Come find it out with us. A good premise and a great cast await for you.
A Very Murray Christmas (2015)
A show full of Hollywood stars brought to your screen. We go through the making of a Christmas special, full of hummable songs and fun choreographies, with the legend Bill Murray as the producer and host of this dazzling show.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
We can’t leave out this classic holiday movie. If you haven’t seen it, it’s your chance, and if you have, why not watching it again? Dr. Seuss’s story combines with Jim Carrey’s fun improvisations giving life to an iconic character, the Grinch. An amusing story about the power of the Christmas spirit.
A Christmas Prince 1, 2 & 3 (2017, 2018 & 2019)
The classic love story we all like. A young journalist travels to Aldovia and gets accidentally involved with the royal family. Last year we had the third installment of this popular series, following their incidents, adventures and learning important Christmas lessons.
Jingle Jangle (2020)
One of Netflix’s newest holiday releases. A different story but with all the ingredients we love from these holidays’ movies: love, company and a spirit of kindness. It follows a toymaker who has lost faith in Christmas and his granddaughter sets out to change that. One of the movie’s plus is its music, written by John Legend.