Christmas is in less than a week which means it's crunch time when it comes to making sure you fit in all your favourite movies before the holiday is over. However, the next week for a lot of people is going to be filled with spending time with loved ones, meaning your movies are going to have to be something everyone agrees on watching... even your significant other. Luckily, Netflix Canada Christmas movies in 2019 are pretty inclusive and great for everyone. 

Whether you're looking for a holiday comedy, an animated kids film, or a good old corny Christmas rom-com, you should be able to find something that catches your eye on the platform. 

So get ready to snuggle up by the fireplace with your egg nog and loved ones, and click play on one of these Christmas flicks. 

Christmas With The Kranks 

Rating: 5.3/10 on IMdb 

The Santa Clause isn't the only Christmas movie Tim Allen is known for. Sit back for this comedy as Allen stars alongside Jamie Lee Curtis.

They play a couple intending on saving money on Christmas and instead, want to go on vacation. That is until their daughter surprises them for their annual Christmas Eve party. 

Christmas Chronicles 

Rating: 64% On Rotten Tomatoes 

The Christmas Chronicles is the perfect family movie! It follows a pair of siblings on their adventure to catch Santa. Their plan, however, doesn't go as planned and they end up having to help the elves save Christmas. 

Holiday Secrets 

Rating: 6.4/10 on IMDb

Holiday Secrets is originally a German movie that was translated into English by Netflix. This film isn't exactly your classic feel-good Christmas movie. 

It follows a Christmas family reunion that reveals secrets. The family has to use the holiday to deal with their ancestor's dark past. 

Christmas Break-in

Rating: 4.6/10 on IMDb

Christmas Break-In follows Izzy who is locked in her school alone during a Christmas snowstorm. She soon realizes the school is being robbed by criminals and must save the day. 

Klaus 

Rating: 93% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Klaus was all the rage this holiday season. It's one of Netflix's newest Christmas releases. 

This animated story follows a postman who has a reputation for being extremely bad at his job. He's transferred to a northern town where he soon realizes Santa Claus is in hiding. 

Let It Snow

Rating: 83% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Let It Snow is also a 2019 addition to the streaming platform. Based on the teen book, this movie follows a group of high schoolers who's town is hit with a huge storm. On Christmas eve these kids are forced to confront their issues with life, love, and friendship. 

Daddy's Home 2

Rating: 6/10 on IMDb 

Daddy's Home 2 is the sequel to Daddy's Home. It again follows the blended family as they navigate yet another part of life together: the holidays. 

Stars Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are an added bonus to this film! 

The Nightmare Before 

Rating: 67% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This comedy starring Canadian Seth Rogen follows 3 life-long friends reuniting to celebrate the holiday's with a big bang for the last time before they're forced to into real "adulthood."

Disney's The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

Rating: 5.5/10 on IMDb 

This retelling of the traditional Nutcracker story is great for any audience. Who doesn't love Disney? 

Jack Whitehall: Christmas with my Father 

Rating: 5.9/10 on IMDb

While not exactly a movie, this stand-up show is perfect if you and your loved ones are in the mood to laugh. It's even perfect to have playing in the background of your holiday parties. 

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

Rating: 6.1/10 on IMDb

This holiday classic will fill anyone with Christmas spirit. Jim Carrey is hilarious as the Grinch in this 2000s live-action. 

New Year's Eve 

Rating: 5.7/10 on IMDb

Just in case you don't make the Christmas day deadline, here's a movie perfect for new years.

It follows a group of people all strangers to one another. On New Year's Eve, they're lives all connect as they strive to find happiness. 

Almost Christmas 

Rating: 6.1/10 on IMDb

Almost Christmas follows four adult children who all travel home for Christmas for the first time since their mother's death. They struggle with being able to put their problems aside to celebrate the holiday, but can they manage to salvage some love?

Arthur Christmas 

Rating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes 

This is another animated film that got extremely good reviews. Santa's son, Arthur, discovers that due to a glitch in the system a little girl will be going through Christmas without a gift. He sets out to make sure a present is delivered to her before Christmas morning. 

The Best Man Holiday

Rating: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes 

The Best Man Holiday is about a college reunion after fifteen years. The group of friends spend Christmas discovering that fifteen years isn't really that much time. 

Christmas Inheritance 

Rating: 5.7/10 on Rotten Tomatoes 

This film stars Eliza Taylor who plays an heiress to her father's business. She tasked with delivering a Christmas card to one of her father's biggest clients. When she gets stick in a small town before reaching her destination, she's forced to learn the true meaning of the holiday.

This Christmas

Rating: 6.3/10 on IMDb 

This Christmas follows four siblings returning home for the holidays after four years. They decide that pretending they don't know the likes of what their mother has been up to is the best way to spend the week together. Their mom has other plans. 

Mean Girls 

Rating: 84% on Rotten Tomatoes 

Mean Girls isn't exactly a Christmas movie but it does feature one of the most iconic Christmas scenes of any movie. It's definitely worth the watch during the holidays. 

El Camino Christmas 

Rating: 5.6/10 on IMDb

El Camino Christmas stars Dax Shepard and Tim Allen. This comedy follows a man looking for his birth father. Instead, he finds himself trapped inside a liquor store after a huge crime breaks out in the neighbourhood. 

A Very Murray Christmas  

Rating: 71% on Rotten Tomatoes 

If you love Bill Murray in Scrooged you'll especially love him in his Christmas comedy special. Lay back and enjoy some skits, laughter, and overall holiday cheer! 


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