10 Best Hallmark Christmas Movies, According To Reddit
Hallmark Christmas movies are always light-hearted and perfect, and fans are sharing their absolute favorite festive films on Reddit.
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Everyone has their own traditions for the winter holidays, from putting candy canes or popcorn on the tree to perfecting a hot chocolate recipe. Many people consider Hallmark Christmas movies to be a crucial part of their festive celebration, and it feels impossible not to watch at least a few new ones and familiar favorites every holiday season.
Reddit users have shared their most beloved holiday movies put out by Hallmark, from a story involving twins who switch places to a few movies that aim to make audiences laugh while getting into a merry mood.
10 The Sweetest Christmas (2017)
While there are some bad Hallmark movie storylines, The Sweetest Christmas is endearing. Kylie wants to win the American Gingerbread Competition and she hopes that the magical vibes of this time of year can help her out.
Reddit user sunnydays_91 said that they love “Anything Lacey Chabert” stars in, including this one. This movie will definitely get people in a good mood and will likely make viewers want to bake some cookies or decorate a gingerbread house.
9 A Very Merry Mix-Up (2013)
Sometimes a light-hearted Christmas movie sounds good and if it has a sense of humor, even better. For Reddit user kimberlyAH, “My all-time favorite is A Very Merry Mix-Up.”
The movie has a funny plotline as Alice believes that she’s at her fiance’s house for the holiday but learns that they’re total strangers instead. While A Very Merry Mix-Up doesn’t have any exciting Christmas movie plot twists, it’s still a fun watch.
8 The Mistletoe Promise (2016)
Reddit user chloerocks loves The Mistletoe Promise because the “Phenomenal cast, cute plot, and great resolution make it easily the best hallmark movie ever.”
While many Hallmark main characters absolutely adore the jolly vibes of the holiday season, sometimes they need a bit of help and nudging. In this movie, Nick and Elise aren’t big fans of Christmas and they team up so they can get through it, but naturally fall for each other.
7 The Christmas Ornament (2013)
Reddit user FJ2K wrote, “My all-time favorite is The Christmas Ornament.” Hallmark movies share common tropes and this one features a woman who finds it tough to love the holiday season after her husband passed away.
Of course, Kathy and Tim fall in love and Kathy realizes that she doesn’t have to be alone and that she can find the magic of Christmas again. This movie has the perfectly cheesy Hallmark Christmas movie storyline that fans look for.
6 Christmas List (2016)
Christmas List is a favorite for Reddit user Lilacly_Adily because “it’s a nice daydream to think of renting a cottage in a Christmas-y town and doing Christmas activities.”
Isobel has a list of the things that she wants to do with her boyfriend this Christmas and she also finds a perfect cottage for them to live in. Her plan gets ruined but, of course, in true Hallmark movie fashion, things work out even better than she thought.
5 The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year (2008)
While some Christmas movie tropes are confusing, the idea that someone would invite a stranger to Christmas dinner is sweet and charming.
Reddit user mrsredfast loves The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year because “Makes us both literally laugh out loud every time. Running gags throughout. Just really entertaining.” In the film, Ralph is going to spend Christmas with his niece Jennifer, and he asks a stranger named Morgan to join. Reddit user anogoradebs likes it too, writing, “It’s the only one I make sure to watch every year.”
4 Christmas Next Door (2017)
Reddit user Goulet231 shared that they’ve been watching Hallmark Christmas movies “the past couple years” and wrote that when it comes to their favorite,”I’d have to say Christmas Next Door.”
Author Eric bonds with April, who he lives nearby, to help him make Christmas special for his nephew and niece, who is taking care of. Sparks fly and he learns to appreciate Christmas more. While just as predictable as other Hallmark movies, this one is definitely heartwarming.
3 Crown For Christmas (2015)
Many people love watching Christmas movies with a royal storyline, whether movies like The Princess Switch 3 or more offerings from Hallmark.
One Redditor mentioned that they love the movie with “Danica McKellar as the American governess for the prince’s daughter.” There’s something particularly magical about seeing characters in this type of world.
2 Switched For Christmas (2017)
Candace Cameron Bure has starred in many Hallmark Christmas movies, and Reddit user kbms63 mentioned “Switched For Christmas” as a favorite.
Chris and Kate are identical twins but they don’t really get along. They make sure to have lunch during the winter holidays but that’s about as far as their relationship goes. This year, they swap places and, of course, learn more about themselves and each other, which strengthens their connection.
1 Christmas Under Wraps (2014)
Candace Cameron Bure also starred in this movie as a doctor named Lauren who moves to Alaska so she can get more experience and hopefully become more successful in her career.
Reddit user soymiercoles suggested “Christmas Under Wraps” as a Hallmark Christmas movie to check out. While it does share the predictable plot of other movies from the channel, as viewers can tell that Lauren will find something that she’s not even looking for, that’s definitely what people want to see at Christmas.