5 films to watch on Netflix this Christmas

A Castle for Christmas
A Castle for Christmas

WE'RE only a couple of weeks away from Christmas and what better way to spend the merriest day of the year than with lovely company, delicious food and a feel-good movie or two. Luckily, Netflix recently dropped some new films that would be perfect for the 25th.

Here are five films on the streaming platform that you might want to add to your list:

“Single All The Way”

In Netflix’s first gay holiday rom-com, Michael Urie and Philemon Chambers play Peter and Nick, two best friends who spend Christmas together with the former’s family in New Hampshire. After being set up by his mom on a blind date, Peter realizes that his feelings for Nick might be more than just platonic—and the feeling might be mutual.

“The Princess Switch 3: Romancing The Star”

In the “threequel” of “The Princess Switch” film series, Vanessa Hudgens reprises her roles (yes, plural) as Princess Stacy, Lady Margaret and Lady Fiona. This time, they find themselves working together in an elaborate heist to retrieve a sacred relic called the “Star of Peace” and catch the mysterious culprit behind the theft.

“Love Hard”

Dating column writer Natalie (Nina Dobrev) flies all the way to a small village in the state of New York to finally meet Josh (Jimmy O. Yang)—a guy she’s been talking to for weeks—only to find out that she’s been catfished. Eager to make it up to her, Josh plays matchmaker for Natalie and Tag, the real guy whose photos Josh used on his dating profile.

“A Boy Called Christmas”

This breathtaking fantasy film follows the story of a kid named Nikolas (played by Henry Lawfull), who embarks on a journey to find Elfhelm—a place he initially thought was mere legend, only to discover that it does in fact exist—to find his father and help him bring hope to the kingdom.

“A Castle for Christmas”

Brooke Shields stars in this Christmas rom-com, where she plays Sophie Brown, a renowned American author who flees to Scotland to escape the bad press surrounding her latest book. There, she falls in love with a castle called Dun Dunbar. Her plan to purchase it doesn’t go as easily as she anticipated when the duke who currently owns it (played by Cary Elwes) won’t budge.


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