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You’ve probably already started to get in the Christmas spirit. All the telltale Christmas signs are here – the lights are bright in every shopping centre and all around town, your credit cards are taking a beating from all the swiping you’ve been doing, and your hands are practically permanently frost-bitten from cleaning the snow off your car every morning. Forget Christmas stressing and start enjoying the holidays! We have the best way for you to unwind from all this holiday season chaos – pop in one of these amazing Christmas movies, pour yourself a nice hot chocolate, turn on the fireplace, and enjoy!

P.S. you’ll love these movies even if Christmas is not your holiday of choice.

These movies are currently available for streaming on Netflix, Vudu, Hulu, and ITunes in limited Geo-regions. If any one of these movies are unavailable in your region, simply click here and learn how to watch it today, from anywhere in the world – no restrictions! That is our Christmas gift to you.

Love, Actually (2003)

Perhaps the best Christmas romance movie in recent memory is Love, Actually. The plot follows 8 different individuals in London around Christmas. Some are happily in love, some are recovering from break ups, some are searching for someone special, and some are just learning what love is. Regardless of your own situation, this movie is touching and will surely remind you that love is everywhere if you just keep your eyes open, especially at Christmas time. This movie also features a delightful all-star cast, including Liam Neeson, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Hugh Grant, and many more.

You can watch Love, Actually on iTunes and Netflix in limited regions and on Vudu in USA. If you can’t find this movie in your region simply use the link provided at the beginning of this article to watch Love, Actually from anywhere in the world.

Check out the trailer for Love, Actually here:

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)

Clark is in the Christmas Spirit this year – he decorated the exterior of his house with 25,000 lights, invited his parents, his in-laws, and his aunt and uncle to spend Christmas with himself, his wife, and his two kids, and made big plans to surprise everyone with his Christmas bonus. Unfortunately, things don’t go quite as he planned. Unexpected guests arrive, his bonus is not quite what he expected, and there’s an unexpected creature hiding in his Christmas tree. Will the Griswold family manage to save their Christmas from all the chaos? Watch to find out!

You can watch National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on Netflix in Canada, on iTunes in limited regions, and on Vudu in USA. If you can’t find this movie in your region simply use the link provided at the beginning of this article to watch National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation from anywhere in the world.

Check out the trailer for National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation here:

The Family Stone (2005)

Christmas often puts relationships and families to the test. The Stone family is ecstatic to have their beloved son home for the holidays and meet his girlfriend – who he plans to propose to during the holiday. The Stones are outspoken, eccentric, tight knit, and goofy; the new girlfriend, Meredith (Sarah Jessica Parker), doesn’t exactly fit in. She is uptight, conservative, serious, and self centered. The family is determined to save their favorite son and brother from making the terrible mistake of marrying her. Meredith, in turn, is shocked at their negative reception and calls her sister to the rescue. This movie shows all the ins and outs and ups and down of family and various clashing personalities coming together for the holidays. The film stars Diane Keaton, Rachel McAdams, and Luke Wilson.

You can watch The Family Stone on Netflix in Austria, France, Germany, Netherlands, and Switzerland and on Vudu in USA. If you can’t find this movie in your region simply use the link provided at the beginning of this article to watch The Family Stone from anywhere in the world.

Check out the trailer for The Family Stone here:

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Watch All Your Favorite Christmas Movies – Part 1 had Home Alone, Elf, and The Nightmare Before Christmas.