Best Christmas Movies On HBO Max 2022 You Can Stream Right Now

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What’s your favourite time of the year? Mine’s Christmas. I don’t know if it’s the Christmas tree, gifts from Santa, the blazing fireplace and fire crackers, or the fact that everyone gathers around to sing Christmas carols, I can’t wrap my hands around it. There’s just something about Christmas that you could never find anywhere else or at any time. Maybe it’s just the magical feeling but I love Christmas.

Best Christmas Movies On HBO Max

HBO Max knows you love Christmas which is why you have piled up Christmas movies stocked up for you. That’s not all there is to it, we have a compilation of the most amazing movies you would love to sit to while holding your lover by the hand, sipping from a hot coffee cup in the cold winter, crunching a bowl of popcorn or cookies or just cuddling with your best friend.

The list below contains the best Christmas movies on HBO Max you might get intrigued to watch as you sit by the fireplace. If you’re a movie person, I suggest you include a movie marathon on your bucket list for this Christmas, trust me, you’ll love it.

1. 8-Bit Christmas (HBO Max Original)

Written by  Kevin Jakubowski, this movie wrestled between the past and the now with adult Jake played by Neil Patrick Harris recalling die-hard adventures to secure the gaming system he so baldy coveted with his misfit friends to his young daughter.

2. Elf

Elf is the story of a human that was raised by Santa and Papa Elf both played by Ed Asner and Bob Newhart respectively in the North pole after crawling into Santa’s toy sack as a baby while Santa was delivering gifts at Buddy’s orphanage. The now adult Buddy tries to reunite with his biological father and on the flip side tries to win the heart of Gimbel’s employee Jovie (played by Zooey Deschanel). It’s a romantic piece you’ll stay up all night to see.

3. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

The Griswolds are preparing for a family seasonal celebration on Christmas while Clark’s stuck as usual with his wife Ellen and their two kids but so much can change in a short while, yes?.

4. A Christmas Story

The 1983 movie, A Christmas Story has been a headlong ritual for most families during Christmas, am scared you might join the band so go check it out.

5. The Polar Express

For animation lovers, Polar Express is the drive this Christmas as. A young boy who doesn’t believes Santa is real sets out on an adventurous ride on a train that pulls up in front of his house on Christmas Eve. He meets amazing people who teach him about friendship, adventure, and Christmas in the mind-blowing movie.

6. A Christmas Carol (1938)

The 1938 version of A Christmas story tells the story of Christmas curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge (Reginald Owen) who is visited by the ghost of his late business partner Jacob Marley on Christmas Eve. The ghost warns Scrooge to repent and serve the community in order to save himself in the afterlife. It’s a thriller so I’ll leave you thrilled for more.

7. Four Christmases

Released on November 26, 2008, Four Christmases tells the story of Brad and Kate who have made an art out of avoiding their families but soon find themselves busted as they get stuck in the airport after all departing flights had been canceled. I can’t tell the full story, go check it out.

8. Santa Inc. (HBO Max Original)

Alexandra Rushfield brings some characters to life as he sets the plot of  Santa Inc in the North pole following Candy Smalls (Sarah Silverman), an elf who is dead and determined to take the place of Santa Claus (Seth Rogen) and become the first female leader of the North Pole. Let’s watch him accomplish his dreams in this superfluous HBO Max original.

9. Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

This movie reminds me of Encanto or Noelle only it’s a Christmas story by Valentine Davies of a little girl  Susan Walker (Natalie Wood) who was raised by her mother, who does not believe in Christmas but you know how fate happens, in this loving narrative of kindness, acceptance, and belief in the possibility of Christmas miracles.

10. Fred Claus

Fred Claus is a class with award-winning stars that’ll make you wish to see a movie just to take sides with your favorite actor. Paul Giamatti, Rachel Weisz, John Michael Higgins, Elizabeth Banks, Kathy Bates, and Jeremy Swift. If I could sit to this movie, so should you.

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