A List of Christmas Movies On Netflix Canada for December 2017
(Updated Dec. 14th 2017)
You’ll find a decent variety of Christmas Movies on Netflix Canada, which means your Canadian cable network won’t hold you back from watching many of your favourite holiday films.
Not in Canada?
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Take a look at these holiday flicks that are already at your finger tips. You’ll save some torrent space and it’s all legal! As Netflix adds or removes holiday titles, we’ll be sure to update the list below.
Interested in playing a Christmas Movie Drinking Game?
Look for a drinking game link beneath the films. We don’t yet have drinking games for all of them, but additional games will be added as they are made. ‘Tis the season, after all. 🍺
Here are the Christmas movies on Netflix Canada that you can stream legally:
Love Actually (2003) 🍅 63%
An overdose of sweetness and holiday feelings will surely wash over you if you watch this film. But it’s worth it just to see The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln speak with his real accent.
🍺 There’s a Drinking Game for this film: Love Actually Drinking Game
Arthur Christmas (2011) 🍅 92%
If the gif above is any guide, this movie is sure to delight fans of animated James McAvoy holding up the decapitated head of a reindeer. If that’s not your cup of tea, this is still a heartwarming film that’s on the fast track to becoming a Christmas classic.
🍺 There’s a Drinking Game for this film: Arthur Christmas Drinking Game
The Night Before (2015) 🍅 65%
If you liked Seth Rogen’s and Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s chemistry in 50/50, but don’t generally like to get bummed about cancer, they have presented you with a solution: watch them in a Christmas movie! This may never be counted among the classics, but if you like your Christmas movies a little more raunchy than It’s a Wonderful Life, this one will do fine.
🍺 There’s a Drinking Game for this film: The Night Before Drinking Game
Office Christmas Party (2016) 🍅 40%
We’ve all been there! Well… no, we probably haven’t been at all. This outrageous holiday comedy seeks to make its audience cringe just as much as they would at an actual office Christmas party. What fun!
🍺 There’s a Drinking Game for this film: Office Christmas Party Drinking Game
Elf (2003) 🍅 84%
This warm-hearted film directed by Jon Favreau was a hit with audiences and critics alike. Nearly 15 years old now, it has become a Christmas classic.
🍺 There’s a Drinking Game for this film: Elf Drinking Game
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000) 🍅 53%
Do you ever think our Southern neighbours imagine Canada a little like Whoville? Watch this adapted classic, if only out of respect for the 8 hours of pain Jim Carrey went through every day this movie was shooting getting the Grinch makeup applied to him.
🍺 There’s a Drinking Game for this film: How the Grinch Stole Christmas Drinking Game
Scrooged (1988) 🍅 68%
A “modernized” retelling of A Christmas Carol starring Bill Murray as Scrooge. If you’ve ever thought that Ebenezer Scrooge could be more sarcastic, this is the film for you!
“For a couple of hours out of the whole year we are the people that we always hoped we would be.”
Four Christmases (2008) 🍅 25%
This largely forgettable entry to the seasonal canon features Vince Vaughn and Reese Witherspoon as a couple forced to endure four different family outings at Christmas. Fun fact, the two lead actors got along even less than their characters.
🍺 There’s a Drinking Game for this film: Four Christmases Drinking Game
The Holiday (2006) 🍅 47%
If you’re also looking for corny in your life, look no further. This genre-bending film combines romantic comedy with Christmas. What it lacks in originality, it makes up for in its abundance of English people.
These are the most well known Christmas movies on Netflix Canada for now. An honourable mention goes to the Bojack Horsemen Christmas Special.
And they may not be classics yet, but Netflix has begun to produce their own brand of sappy Christmas films. Don’t worry – we’ve got drinking games for these ones too:
Netflix Canada has fair selection of holiday films for children as well.
- DreamWorks Holiday Classics
- Kung Fu Panda: Holiday
- Casper’s Haunted Christmas
- Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure
- The Legend of Frosty the Snowman (Not the be confused with the 1969 original.)
Cheers and Happy Holidays – Eh! 🍁
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