The holidays are almost here... Here's our movie recommendations for Christmas 2021.
A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) - Apple TV+
A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) is an animated television special that follows Charlie quite depressed for the commercialism around him... He will find, however, a deeper meaning to Christmas. You can watch it on Apple TV+
Home Alone (1990) - Disney+
Home Alone (1990) is a must watch, classic Christmas movie. An 8-year-old troublemaker protects his house from thieves after being left alone from his parents by mistake. You can watch all three movies on Disney+
Bridget Jones' Diary (2001) - Prime Video
Set during Christmas time, Bridget Jones' Diary (2001) follows an hilarious woman who decides to change her life and find romance. The best way to keep track of her comedic vicissitudes is through her diary... You can stream the three movies on Prime Video.
Elf (2003) - AMC+
Due to his stature, an elf is sent to the United States to search for his true identity. Elf (2003) has become a Christmas classic to rewatch every year. You can watch it on AMC+
Love Actually (2003) - Prime Video
But if you're looking for a movie with multiple protagonists Love Actually (2003) is perfect for you. Eight different couples try to handle their complicated love lives at the best of their abilities during Christmas in London. You can watch it on Prime Video.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (2005) - Disney+
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (2005) is a great movie if you crave escaping our world and enter a new one. Four kids travel through a wardrobe and enter the fantastic world of Narnia, where a war against the Ice Queen is currently taking place. You can stream the movie on Disney+
The Holiday (2006) - Hulu
The Holiday (2006) will fill your Christmas with romance. Two heartbroken women decide to switch their houses in their different cities, where they'll find themselves as well as unexpected love stories. You can watch it on Hulu.
Frozen (2013) - Disney+
Finally, you can get into the Christmas vibe with a Disney animated movie. Frozen (2013) follows the journey of two sisters. Queen Elsa accidentally freezes her entire reign and her sister Anna teams up with mountaineer Kristoff to save the day as well as her sister. You can watch it on Disney+
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