Jaymes List: Netflix's Holiday Movies

Netflix is giving Hallmark a run for its money this holiday season with a string of movies algorithmically engineered to put you in the Christmas spirit. No matter who you are and whether you believe in the big man in red, the streaming giant in red has something for you!

The Christmas Chronicles

Putting a new spin on the Santa-centric holiday misadventure, Netflix casts Kurt Russell in the suit and beard -- possibly creating the sexiest Santa ever.

When two siblings attempt to catch Saint Nick on camera, things go awry, setting off a string of events that threaten Christmas itself. Police chases, runaway reindeer, and elf shenanigans are all part of a holiday misadventure like no other.

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The Princess Switch

Vanessa Hudgens plays two opposite, yet identical women. One is a Chicago baker, and the other is the Duchess of Montenegro, because of course they are.

Comedy and romance ensue in this Netflix original with a decidedly unoriginal storyline, but a highly fresh Rotten Tomatoes score.

The Spirit of Christmas 

When a lawyer with no faith in love meets a handsome ghost an unexpected romance gets set in motion.

It may sound familiar, but this star-crossed duo has no time for pottery as they seek to break the ghost's curse. In order to do so, they must solve the town’s oldest murder mystery.

How's that for genre-mashing?

Let the Binge Begin

Will any of these Netflix movies become a part of your annual holiday binge? Stream all three right now and decide!

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