15 Holiday Movies to Watch – Mama Bear’s Picks

When it comes to Christmas time, there are so many movies to watch and some are even worth watching more than once a season.  As a child, it began with all the classic animated shows we watched as a family. My mom introduced me to many non-animated movies that I continue to watch today and share them with my daughter. Below is a list of Holiday movies to watch this season.

Holiday Movies to Watch

Below are the movies that I like to watch during the Christmas Season.  We have added movie nights to our Christmas Traditions and I love sharing cuddles on the couch with my family.

Mama Bear’s Picks

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas – We love both versions

Frosty the Snowman

holiday movies to watch

Rudolph the Rednose Reindeer

A Charlie Brown Christmas

The Sound of Music

Miracle on 34th Street

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

White Christmas

For more movie choices with dates and times, check out these handy holiday guides:

CBC Holidays

CTV Holiday Programming

Global Holiday Shows

When I was looking for movies, I came across what seems to be a complete Holiday Movie Guide for 2017


I am a big fan of the Hallmark movies. It doesn’t matter what season all year long, I love to see whatever Hallmark airs. Since I have Netflix, I usually start there. I am hoping they add a few more this year.

Check out the listing for 2017 with some heartwarming and funny selections from the Hallmark Christmas Movies. While I have only listed 7, there will be so much more I will watch. This just gets me started.

The Sweetest Christmas (2017)

Mistletoe Inn (2017) still have to watch

Christmas at Holly Lodge (2017) still to watch

Finding Santa (2017)

When Calls The Heart: The Christmas Wishing Tree

The Christmas Dream (2016)

Sleigh Bells Ring (2016)

Let me know what some of your favourite movies to watch over the holidays are? Which ones are on your list?





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