“Bad Moms Christmas”
What can get you in the holiday spirit more than this outlandish comedy about our favorite moms trying to get through the holidays?
In the sequel to the hit 2016 comedy about three mothers (played by Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn) who decide to ditch their maternal responsibilities and have some fun, the trio now have to deal with their moms (Christine Baranski, Cheryl Hines). and Susan Sarandon) for the holidays.
This is the first Nigerian Christmas movie to ever appear on Netflix.
The comedy is about a mother (Rachel Oniga) whose holiday wish is that her sons (played by Abayomi Alvin, Kunle Remi and Efa Iwara) get married.
And to motivate them, she tells her boys that the first one to marry will be rewarded with her luxurious home in her inheritance.
“Bridget Jones’s Diary”
This classic comedy starring Renée Zellweger is always perfect for this time of year as the film is set in snowy London during the holidays.
Franchise “Christmas Chronicles”
You can’t go wrong by watching The Christmas Chronicles movies right now.
The original and its sequel, starring Kurt Russell as the super cool (and at times not afraid to sing along) Santa, are extremely entertaining.
“Dolly Parton’s Christmas in the Square”
In this religious holiday film, Dolly Parton plays an angel who visits the Scrooge-like Regina (Christine Baranski), a woman who is on the verge of evicting her hometown residents to cash in on the construction of a megamall.
Parton also wrote all of the songs that are performed in the film.
“History of the Elves: The Elf on the Shelf”
For many of us, the time has come to bring the Elf out of hiding on the shelf.
This fun 26-minute animated film is fun for kids to watch as we watch an elf who sets out to help a child become a true believer.
Netflix also has some more Elf on the Shelf shorts if your kids are looking for more.