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Christmas Movies Recommendation
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Christmas Movies Recommendation

Christmas will be coming in a month. One of the ways to spend time during Christmas is watching movies. Watching Christmas movies is the perfect way to go into the mood of a holiday since it can be watched together with family. Not only that, but we can also discuss the movie after watching it.


The New York Times announced a significant rise in new Christmas movies this year. Disney, Netflix, Lifetime, and Hallmark seem to be in direct competition for viewers' interest, for both new releases and classic new episodes.

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Here are some recommendations for new Christmas movies for this year :

  • Happiest Season

Where to watch: Hulu
When to watch: November 25

Source : The Indian Express
Source : The Indian Express

This movie was originally intended for theatres. This movie tells about the romance of Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davies. A woman's offer is stabbed when she learns that her mother-in-law isn't out to her traditional family. This larger budget Hollywood show is a must-see for this holiday season.

  • Merry Liddle Christmas Wedding

Where to watch: Lifetime
When to watch: November 28

Source : Rated R&B
Source : Rated R&B

This movie tells about Fancy tech entrepreneur Jacquie who is getting ready to marry Tyler (Thomas Cardot). But their dream destination wedding is hampered—just like their first Christmas—by her family, wedding planner, and the drama of life. Kelly Rowland is a good enough reason to watch anything, and she stars in and produces this Lifetime sequel.

  • Let's Meet Again on Christmas Eve

Where to watch: Lifetime
When to watch: December 5

Source : TV Fanatic
Source : TV Fanatic

This movie tells about Kyla Pratt and Brooks Darnell's star as college sweethearts who reconnect on Christmas Eve. In spite of the fact that there are differences such as in their directions and countries, but it seems that they meant to be together. A decision to meet on December 24 two years later opens the chance for a festive romantic rekindling.

  • Christmas Ever After

Where to watch: Lifetime
When to watch: December 6

Source : USA Today
Source : USA Today

This movie tells about Tony-winning Ali Stroker stars as a romance writer who is hiding in her favorite comfortable bed and breakfast. Having difficulties with the writer's frame, she finds inspiration in the case of the new man. The crazy thing is that he brings back memories of a lot of the lead in her famous series of books. The exciting part is this movie’s character is played using a wheelchair.

  • A Sugar & Spice Holiday

Where to watch: Lifetime
When to watch: TBA

Source : Tell-Tale TV
Source : Tell-Tale TV

This movie is very interesting since it is Lifetime's very first Asian-American-led Christmas movie theater centers on a baking tournament! Suzie (Jacky Lai) is shaking things up at her hometown's annual gingerbread house contest with a unique spin motivated by her own family. Tony Giroux is a schoolmate she's working closely within the kitchen. It leads to a love story.


Source : Nerdist.com

ProudProud17%
SadSad9%
ExcitedExcited20%
IndifferentIndifferent11%
InspiredInspired15%
AmazedAmazed28%

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