Christmas Day Movies 2022: Where Can I Watch Christmas Movies in 2022?
It is already the middle of December, which means that we are in the midst of the Christmas countdown! It’s the final stretch before Christmas! Put some Christmas spirit into it! And what could be a better way to get into the spirit of the season than to watch a whole bunch of holiday movies in a row? You should treat yourself to some Elf, make an effort to watch Die Hard, and watch The Santa Clause simply because you can. Watching a Christmas movie is, without a doubt, the most important thing you can do this holiday season.
Our list of the top Christmas movies to watch in 2022 has been updated to include all of the most recent streaming services. It includes Christmas movies that were popular when we were kids, such as Elf and A Christmas Story; timeless classics, such as A Christmas Carol and It’s a Wonderful Life; and newer films, such as 8-Bit Christmas and Happiest Season. You can watch these movies on HBO Max, Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, or any other service.
Check out our guide to every Christmas movie and special that is currently airing on TV or streaming on your preferred streaming service if you are looking for additional reasons to get into the holiday spirit, or take a look at our list of the best new Christmas movies that are available on Hallmark, Parmount+, Netflix, and everywhere else.
You may call it A Christmas Story updated for today’s audience. In the original holiday film that will air on HBO Max in 2021, Neil Patrick Harris plays a man who is reminiscing about how, when he was a child growing up in the 1980s, all he wanted for Christmas was a Nintendo Entertainment System, which was the kind of gift that could never cause him to lose an eye. It is a lovely narrative bathed in nostalgia and enthusiasm, presented through the perspective of the people who love Christmas the most: children who only care about the presents they receive. Like the classic that it was definitely influenced by, it is a story that is clearly influenced by.
The Polar Express
The visual style of this movie is pretty dated now because computer animation has progressed so much in the years since it was released, but at the time of its release, it was a huge deal that Tom Hanks, who plays the train conductor, did the motion capture for his character. This is because computer animation has advanced so much in the years since this was released. The narrative of the film, which centres on a small boy’s trip on Christmas Eve aboard a train to the North Pole, is still rather endearing and enjoyable.
A Christmas Story
You could watch it during the traditional 24-hour marathon that TBS holds of this classic on Christmas Day, or you could just stream it anytime you want. The film “A Christmas Story,” which centres on a young child who wants nothing more than to be given a BB pistol for Christmas, is one of the most iconic examples of American popular culture. Do you have one of those leg lamps in your possession? If you don’t know someone personally who does, I’m sure you know someone who does.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
This is easily the most remembered entry in the Vacation film series, and it is primarily a film about a variety of things going wrong for the Griswold family, but over the holiday season! In the movie, Chevy Chase plays the role of a miserable patriarch who is determined to have a happy holiday despite the presence of his wife’s wacky cousin, his thankless job, and string lights that don’t work properly.
A Boy Called Christmas
Even while the majority of recent Christmas movies are comedies, romances, or films in which David Harbour dons a Santa beard and destroys terrorists with extreme force, very few of them attempt to capture the enchanted spirit of the season. The British film A Boy Called Christmas, which is set to be released in 2021, is a full-on fairytale that tells the origin story of one of the most well-known people associated with Christmas. In addition to that, it has a cute little talking mouse. –Tim Surette