‘Tis the Season to Watch Christmas Rom-coms: 5 Movies that Give Us the Feels
You won't regret binge-watching these fun Christmas romantic comedies
It’s always a good time to watch romantic comedies. Despite the cliché plot and cheesy lines, there are a lot who can’t seem to get enough of it—even if they watch it ironically or with high spirits.
But if you think you’ve seen it all, then browse below to see some of the newest romantic Christmas movies that you have to watch this Yuletide season:
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There’s more to this modern girl-meets-boy story set in a time where almost everyone’s tried online dating. Starring comedian Jimmy O Yang as Josh and Nina Dobrev as Natalie, this romcom reverses roles, tackles catfishing, and romance which deserves the love it gets from fans. Despite its predictability, you'll still enjoy the film as you won't feel the pressure between the protagonists to be together.
Bringing home a date for the holidays to meet your folks can be nerve-racking for many reasons. For Abby (played by Kirsten Stewart), who was planning on proposing to Harper (Mackenzie Davis), it’s having to keep their relationship a secret and postponing popping the question. This romcom directed by Clea DuVall is definitely a fun watch for the holidays.
A Castle for Christmas
In this romance film directed by Mary Lambert, we see how a bestselling author running away from a scandal lands in a castle owned by the Duke of Dunbar. There’s something romantic about wandering around a castle with a duke—even if he's trying his best to put her off from buying it. Starting November 26, you can watch Sophie start a new chapter of her life in this fun romcom.
The Princess Switch 3
Vanessa Hudgens returns as Stacy, Margaret, and this time Fiona, in The Princess Switch 3: Romancing the Star. Fans loved this Netflix film for its fun premise, but for the third installation, the creators put a spin on The Princess Switch 3 by involving all three protagonists in a heist as a relic goes missing.
After getting fired before the holidays, single dad Rush takes his kids with him to move in his aunt’s. With the help of his producer Roxy, Rush tries to get back on his feet to provide for his spoiled children—including actually spending more time with them—after letting go of the life of luxury.