No matter how boring your holidays may have been, classic Disney Christmas movies, even old Disney Christmas movies always hit the spot!
Regardless of whether or not you're truly or mentally prepared for Christmas, Christmas films have been lifting Christmas spirits since our childhood!
Who hasn’t watched The Home Alone and dreamed of enjoying Christmas all by yourself and having fun messing up with some burglars? Or spending Christmas in the dream-like English cottage just like in The Holiday, and ultimately falling in love with the adorably sensitive Jude Law.? Or experiencing the thrill and joy of Disney’s animated fairy tales like Beauty and The Beast: An Enchanted Christmas?
We grew up with these best movies and we love every bit of them. Since we’re already locked in our houses due to coronavirus this Christmas, there’s perhaps not a better way than to binge on Christmas movies on a family night in!
So if you’re cooped up inside the house and dreaming of holiday outings, you'll definitely enjoy watching holiday Disney Christmas movies or Disney Christmas movies 2020:
Check out the Disney Christmas movies list below.
This is a story of the grumpy Grinch, who lives on top of a snow-covered mountain and absolutely despises the joyful sounds of Whoville below. He gets so sick of all the holiday cheers that he decides to sabotage the whole Christmas eve, only to find that Christmas means more than just presents to them.
Based on Chris Van Allsburg’s children book by the same name, the story is about a young boy who gets on aboard a magical train to the North Pole on Christmas Eve. This movie has won three Oscar nominations, including for the song “Believe” performed by Josh Groban.
Story about eight London couples trying to handle their relationships in different ways. The story begins five weeks prior to Christmas and is played out in a weekly countdown until the holiday. You’ll be head-over-heels with this movie, as it tells you that love is all around us!
This movie is one of Netflix’s first attacks into the Christmas genre, as it has an overwhelming amount of Christmas clichés you cannot find in any other movie. There’s not any plot to follow, it’s just full of Christmas spirit, presented through a story of a journalist and a Prince who isn’t real.
A story about a critically ill patient mistakenly diagnosed by a faulty MRI machine, who has always played it safe when it comes to spending her savings and embarks on a holiday journey to Europe to fulfill her culinary inspiration.
To know what happens next when she finds out about her misdiagnosed disease after spending all her money, you need to watch this movie.
Just days into Christmas, Suzanne’s world turns upside down when her husband Jeff dies unexpectedly. It’s a sweet, sad, and a raunchy sex comedy; a perfect one to watch on the holiday night!
An Office Christmas celebration goes wrong, when the manager throws a party to impress a high-end client.
A story about two women finding their lovers at an expected place and in a (pleasantly) unexpected manner.
The Christmas Chronicles is a Christmas adventure of two siblings who plan a scheme to capture Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. Filled with a lot of excitement and some great performances, it’s probably the best movie to watch on a family’s night in.
The Disney+ original Christmas movie, starring Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader, is a movie about Santa’s kids and the pressure of fitting in his shoes.
Two sisters and Princesses battle through their fears to discover what true love is. Warning: It’s very likely that this film will turn your movie night into a sing-along or karaoke session.
The Second chapter of the adventures of Arendelle sisters (With Olaf, Sven, and Kristoff, of course!) involves a journey to enchanted forests to save the kingdom.
Horror-comedy with a mix of “Christmas movie”— what more do you want to lift up your holiday spirits? Sick of the constant skirmishes between the members of his dysfunctional family, Max loses interest in celebrating Christmas, hence awakening Krampus, a demon who is going to punish his entire family.
The Night Before incites enough belly laughs to qualify as a worthwhile addition to the list of our must-watch Christmas movies.
Let it Snow has some comfortable clichés, and the right amount of holiday cheers!
A snowstorm hits a small town on Christmas Eve, bringing together a group of high school students. They soon find their love lives and friendships colliding and nothing remains the same on Christmas morning.
This movie has all the positive vibes, exactly what we have been needing this year!
Anna and the Apocalypse includes lots of hearts in the crowded zombie genre; it’s a fun fusion with some rootable characters.
A zombie apocalypse breaks out in a small town of Haven on Christmas Eve, forcing Anna and her friends to fight their way to survival.
17. Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey
Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey is a Christmas adventure, power packed with some great performances, special effects, and soundtracks, it’s a perfect movie to watch with family on a holiday movie night.
18. The Snowman
19. One Magic Christmas
20. Operation Christmas Drop
21. Jack Frost
22. Four Christmases
23. Batman Returns
24. Just Friends
26. Happy Christmas
27. Jingle All the Way
29. Mixed Nuts
30. Deck the halls
31. The Family Stone
32. Silent Night, Deadly Night
35. While You Are Sleeping
36. A Christmas Tale
37. Little Women
38. The Best Man Holiday
40. The Nightmare Before Christmas
41. The Muppet Christmas Carol
42. Home Alone
43. A Christmas Story
44. Daddy’s Home
45. Daddy’s Home 2
47. It’s a Wonderful Life
48. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
49. Almost Christmas
50. Eyes Wide Shut
52.The Preacher’s Wife
53. A Very Harold and Kumar 3D Christmas
56. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
57. Me Before You
58. Crazy Stupid Love
59. The Proposal
60. Holiday Rush
61. Miracle on 34th Street
62. Knives Out
63. Princess Switch