8 Christmas Movies You Must Watch Right Now (And Where to Stream Them)

8 Christmas Movies You Must Watch Right Now (And Where to Stream Them)

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Brittney Morgan
Dec 18, 2016
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If the holiday season makes you want to curl up on the couch in front of the TV with a cup of hot cider, you're definitely not alone. There are tons of holiday movies to tune into—so many that you could probably hold a non-stop movie marathon from now until the new year. But if you're looking for some classics that are easy to stream right now, here are eight you should definitely consider:

Love, Actually

Confession time: I haven't actually seen "Love, Actually" (I know, I know). But no holiday movie list would be complete without this classic romcom and its star-studded cast.

Available on: Netflix

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While You Were Sleeping

Sandra Bullock is adorable as a transit worker who saves a man's life (who she happens to have a crush on) at Christmas time and accidentally convinces his family—while he's in a coma—that she's his fiancée.

Available on: Netflix

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Bridget Jones's Diary

This is always a must-watch (at any time of the year, honestly) but especially this year, since "Bridget Jones's Baby" came out earlier in the year and will be available on DVD Dec. 13th—just in time for the holidays.

Available on: Hulu

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Serendipity

Honestly, the plot of this movie is a little bit ridiculous, but it's a cute holiday romantic comedy starring Kate Beckinsale and John Cusack that will definitely help get you into the holiday spirit.

Available on: Netflix

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Scrooged

In this 1988 take on "A Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens, Bill Murray plays a successful but cold TV exec visited by the ghost of his mentor as well as the ghosts of Christmas past and present.

Available on: Netflix

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When Harry Met Sally

I probably (hopefully) don't have to convince you to watch "When Harry Met Sally," the classic 1989 romcom starring Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal—you'll laugh, you'll cry... well, you know the drill. And while Christmas is not a major theme of the film, there are some memorable holiday scenes.

Available on: Hulu

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White Christmas

If you're looking to tune into a true holiday classic, 1954's "White Christmas" is a solid choice. Starring Bing Crosby, it's about two soldiers who join a singing sister act to help their old commanding officer save his business.

Available on: Netflix

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Gremlins

Okay, so it's not the most traditional of Christmas movies to watch, but if you're looking for something a little different (and creepy), this classic 1984 comedy-horror movie about little monsters has you covered.

Available on: Amazon Prime

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