We're officially a month away from Christmas, so now is a good time to start watching holiday movies while sipping hot chocolate and munching on gingerbread cookies. There are quite a few holiday movie options on various streaming platforms so you might not even know where to start. If you're looking for the best ones, here are 6 Netflix Canada Christmas movies with the highest ratings on Rotten Tomatoes. 

Arthur Christmas

Rating: 92% on Rotten Tomatoes

Lead character Arthur is voiced by James McAvoy in this 2011 Christmas cartoon about a boy who's on a mission to deliver a gift to a girl that was accidentally missed before Christmas strikes.

The Knight Before Christmas

Rating: 79% on Rotten Tomatoes

This film starring Vanessa Hudgens just came out this month and was super hyped up by excited viewers. Josh Whitehouse plays a knight who is convinced he time travelled from the past to the present day, and like most Christmas movies, ends up falling for Hudgens' character.


Rating: 90% on Rotten Tomatoes

It seems like movie critics really enjoy their cartoon films because this brand new Christmas movie already got itself a whopping 90% rating. Quite a few famous voices are in this story about an unlikely friendship that emerges out of a small act of kindness during the holiday season.

A Christmas Prince

Rating: 73% on Rotten Tomatoes

This 2017 movie revolves around the love story of an undercover journalist who ends up accidentally falling for the prince she was meant to get inside information on.

The Princess Switch

Rating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes

Vanessa Hudgens sure does love her Christmas movies because this is another film that came out last year that people immediately fell in love with. She plays double duty as a pair of identical women who switch lives. One is a baker from Chicago and the other is the soon to be bride of a Prince. If you loved the first one, you'll be happy to know there's a sequel on the horizon too!

Let It Snow 

Rating: 75% on Rotten Tomatoes

This film premiered earlier this month and was called "the most 'adorable' holiday movie of 2019" after gaining immediate love from viewers. It's a rom-com based on John Green's novel of the same name about a group of highschoolers stuck in a snowstorm. Even better, it was filmed in and around Toronto.

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