Moviezz for the Holidazee

CHRISTMAS IS NEAR! I say this while screaming to the top of my lungs, listening to Christmas Music and wearing a Santa hat 😉


This makes me extremely happy, and since we are already half way in, I have already seen about, well tooo many Christmas movies to even keep count. So I’m going to give you guys a list of my top 10 faves!

I figure that everyone already knows about the classic movies like Home Alone, Love Actually & How the Grinch Stole Christmas. And while those movies are wonderful and have all the Christmas Spirit in them, my favorite ones happen to be the made for TV Christmas Movies. The Romantic movies that show the holiday spirit and have a good plot in them as well.



#1: A Christmas Kiss (2011)

After a spontaneous kiss in an elevator, a struggling interior designer ends up falling in love with her boss’s fiance.

Starring: Lauren Breckenridge & Brendan Fehr



#2: Holiday in Handcuffs (2007)

Mario Lopez in handcuffs? Need I say more?

A waitress kidnaps one of her customers to bring home as her boyfriend for Christmas.

Starring: Melissa Joan Hart & Mario Lopez



#3: A Christmas Kiss II (2014)

Jenna shares an unexpected kiss with a dashing billionaire in an elevator. She is unaware of his intentions, but what surprises her the most is the fact that he is her boss’s playboy brother.

Starring: Elisabeth Harnois & Adam Mayfield



#4: Naughty & Nice (2014)

A cynical radio host is banished to Colorado where he has an on-air-spat with a hopeless romantic.

Starring: Haylie Duff & Tilky Jones



#5: A Cinderella Christmas (2016)

A modern version of the classic fairy tale. Angie takes a night off from her bossy cousin and running her uncle’s business. She meets Nicholas at a ball, love at first sight, but she soon had to leave before he was able to find out her true identity.

Starring: Emma Rigby & Peter Porte



#6: A Dogwalker’s Christmas Tale (2015)

A spoiled college student meets an irritably handsome dogwalker who tries to persuade her to help him save a dog park.

Starring: Lexi Giovagnoli & Jonathan Bennett



#7: My Santa (2013)

A cynical single mom who no longer believes in Christmas, falls for a handsome mall Santa, not knowing he’s really Santa’s son.

Starring: Samaire Armstrong & Matthew Lawrence



#8: Merry Kissmas (2015)

Kayla’s engaged to a famous choreographer, but gets very confused when she shares a magical kiss with a stranger.

Starring: Karissa Staples & Brant Daugherty



#9: Christmas in the City (2013)

To make ends meet, a woman takes a job at a department store. But her Grinch of a boss fires the in-house Santa, not knowing he’s the real deal.

Starring: Ashley Williams & Jon Prescott



#10: The Spirit of Christmas (2015)

Think of the Christmas version of “Just Like Heaven”

An attorney travels to Vermont to oversee the sale of an inn, where she falls for a handsome but cursed ghost.

Starring: Jen Lilley & Thomas Beaudoin


What makes this list so great is that while I do love movies, [I am not one to spend a whole day watching them], the movies on this list are movies I can really watch over and over, one in back of the other. I really hope you have time to watch at least 1 of the movies on this list before the year is over!

What are your favorite Holiday/Christmas Movies?


Let’s discuss in the comments below!




2 thoughts on “Moviezz for the Holidazee

  1. Check out 12 Dates of Christmas with Mark Paul Gossler (sp?) and Amy Smart. I have more than 10, but here are the tops:

    1. It’s a Wonderful Life!
    2. Love Actually
    3. Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas (both cartoon and movie)
    4. A Charlie Brown Christmas
    5. Home Alone 2
    6. The Nativity Story
    7. Little Women (some may not consider this one a Christmas movie, but it is to me 🙂 )
    8. The Christmas Carol (old, old version)
    9. The Polar Express
    10. A Christmas Story

    These are my others:
    11. A Miracle on 34th Street (old and new)
    12. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
    13. All of the Rankin/Bass Christmas classics
    14. The Phantom of the Opera (another one not considered a Christmas movie, but still mine)
    15. Edward Scissorhands
    16. Elf



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