5 seriously cheesy Christmas movies on Netflix perfect for Sunday viewing 3 years ago

5 seriously cheesy Christmas movies on Netflix perfect for Sunday viewing

Tis the season...

If Sundays are good for one thing it’s binge-watching.

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Yes, our Netflix activity peeks on the last day of our weekend, with all the latest releases getting their chance to be added to our viewed list.

Well, with just over a week to go until Christmas Day, we’re knee-deep in festive films and today’s binge-athon is certainly no different.

Yes, if you find yourself at home, on the couch, by the fire and looking to find the perfect holiday film on Netflix (or just the latter) then we’ve got just what you need.

While all the classics should be saved for evenings with family or friends, there are plenty of cheesy Christmas films out there that are best-enjoyed solo.

We’re talking the terribly soppy movies that are usually reserved for Christmas24 but have now made their way to Netflix.

Yes, if cheesy Christmas flicks are your thing, then you’re in luck.

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Here are five of the best on Netflix right now.

1. Christmas Inheritance


Plot: To inherit her father’s company, socialite Ellen must first visit his small hometown, where she learns the value of hard work and helping others.

 

2. A Christmas Prince

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Plot: Christmas comes early for an aspiring young journalist when she’s sent abroad to get the scoop on a dashing prince who’s poised to be king.

 

3. Once Upon a Holiday

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Plot: A princess runs away from her royal duties during a Christmas visit to a big city and meets a nice guy who shows her the joys of living a normal life.

 

 

4. Angel of Christmas

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Plot: While researching a family heirloom, a jilted news staffer uncovers the ornament’s magical past and meets someone special, perhaps not by coincidence.

 

5. A Wish For Christmas


Plot: After Sara’s boss steals her bright idea, she asks Santa for the courage to stand up for herself. But can 48 hours of magic make a lasting difference?