(NP 23/12) The Best Christmas movies to watch from Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, HBO, Hallmark Channel
Christmas movies with the family are all we need during the holiday season. Here is where you can find the best Christmas classics and heartwarming films.
Check out some of these Christmas classics with your family. Not sure where to find these movies? We have got you covered! Whether you plan a cozy movie night with your family and nice get together with your friends, you can find some of the best Christmas movies on Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, HBO, or the Hallmark channel.
1) Home Alone
You can never get too old to watch Home Alone. The original Home Alone was created in 1990, and as you can infer from the title, it's about a boy that was left home alone. However, it wasn’t just any ordinary day that he was left alone- it was during the holidays. Kevin, 8-years-old, gets into a ton of mischief while being left home alone. After a couple of days he is faced by two burglars that break into his home.
Where can I watch Home Alone?
Home Alone is accessible on Disney+. It’s also available online on Xfinity and DirecTV.
2) How the Grinch Stole Christmas
In this children’s tale, the scary green creature known as the Grinch tries to ruin Christmas by stealing all of the presents. The Grinch is also not very fond of the Whos of Whoville. Six-year-old Cindy Lou sees this Grinch and comes to learn that he has a troubled past. The young Who has a big influence on the Grinch, who eventually realizes the true meaning of Christmas.
Where can I watch the Grinch Stole Christmas?
You can watch the Grinch on TNT or TBS if you have cable. It’s also available on Hulu and Prime video.
3) Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer
This movie is certainly a Christmas classic and cannot be missed! Rudolph, one of Santa’s reindeer, was a small fawn made fun of for his bright red nose. However, this little fawn that is often ridiculed proves to be quite powerful as his bright red nose helps Santa guide his sleigh.
Where can I watch Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer?
You can find this movie on Peacock, Apple TV, YouTube Movies, Google Play, and Amazon Prime Video.
4) The Disney Holiday Sing-Along
The Disney Holiday Sing-Along is a great family movie, especially if you have got young kids in the house or you can use it as background music while you bake Christmas cookies! The sing along features stars like Leslie Odom, Jr., Michael Bublé, Chloe x Halle and BTS and songs such as "What's This," "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas," "Do You Want to Build a Snowman," and "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town.”
Where can I watch the Disney Holiday Sing-Along?
The movie is available on Disney +.
For all you animation-lovers, Klaus (2019) is a can't-miss holiday movie. When Jesper is deemed the worst postman in the academy, he ends up befriending a toymaker named Klaus. How does he meet Klaus you might ask? Because Jesper was the worst in his class, he gets sent to a frozen island just above the Arctic Circle.
Where can I watch Klaus?
Klaus is available on Netflix.
6) A Christmas Story
A Christmas Story is about a young boy named Ralphie Parker in early 1940s Cleveland who just wants one thing: a Red Ryder Carbine Action Air Rifle. This heartwarming movie is a Christmas classic, and really brings all the holiday feels.
Where can I watch A Christmas Story?
It’s available on HBO Max and Amazon Prime.