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‘Last Christmas’ Is Only the Beginning to a Two Month Holiday Movie Bonanza

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By Gabriela Silva

Starring Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding, ‘Last Christmas’ premiered on November 8th alongside the Netflix film ‘Let It Snow’ with Kiernan Shipka from ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ and Jacob Batalon from ‘Spider-Man Homecoming’. Christmas season has always started early and were only just getting started.

There is a whole slew of films ready for you to binge-watch on the couch with hot cocoa this season. Lifetime and the Hallmark Channel already have their film schedule ready to go all the way into December.

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‘Last Christmas’ follows the sad life of Kate who can’t seem to catch a good moment. What makes things even worse is that she works as an elf in a Christmas shop year-round. She lost her flavor for life after suffering an emergency visit to the emergency room. She soon meets Tom who charms his way into Kate's heart.

‘Let It Snow’ is your typical Christmas snow-in movie. The day before Christmas a group of teenagers are trapped because of a major snowstorm. Of course, there are blossoming romances and friendships that occur.

Netflix continues its run in holiday films with the premiere of ‘The Knight Before Christmas’ on November 21st. With a twist on words for the title, Vanessa Hudgens plays Brooke. Brooke doesn’t see love as the fairytale story we have all been told about. She doesn’t believe in the knight in shining armor coming to save you. That is until it literally happens.

Medieval knight, Sir Cole is transported to present-day Ohio. Cole and Brooke soon start to fall for each other, but Cole doesn’t belong in the modern world.

Christmas comedy film, ‘Noelle’, will hit Disney+ on November 12th. The main characters Noelle and Chris are played by Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader. Nick has to take over as Santa Clause after his father retires, but plagued by the responsibility he starts to freak out.

His sister, Noelle, suggests taking time off and he took it too literally. Noelle ventures for the first time to the outside world to convince him to stay, unaware that their cousin Gabriel (Billy Eichner) wants to turn the North Pole into the equivalent of Amazon.


If this isn’t enough for the season, you can watch Lifetime and the Hallmark Channel every single day.

Both networks have their on-air schedule, as well as online movies, of your favorite films. You can even watch ‘Write Before Christmas’ starring Chad Michael Murray. These films have many familiar faces such as Dolly Parton and Candace Cameron Bure. If you are a fan of the show ‘The Vampire Diaries’ and ‘Legacies’ then I would recommend ‘Christmas Wishes & Mistletoe Kisses’ on Hallmark.

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