5 Netflix movies to help cope with post-Christmas blues

To All the Boys I've Loved Before courtesy Netflix via Netflix Media Center
To All the Boys I've Loved Before courtesy Netflix via Netflix Media Center /
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4. A Cinderella Story: Christmas Wish (2019)

It’s a little hard to believe that a movie starring Hilary Duff and Chad Michael Murray in 2004 would go on to spawn a five-film franchise, but that is exactly what happened.

The latest installment is a teen musical comedy film starring Laura Marano and Gregg Sulkin. Marano’s character is the “Cinderella” of the story. She lives with an evil stepmother and equally evil stepsisters but surprisingly finds love while working as an elf.

Even though it is technically a Christmas movie, so long as you’re a fan of the franchise and you enjoy Cinderella, it can be watched all-year-round.

3. The Christmas Chronicles (2018)

The Christmas Chronicles is definitely a Christmas movie, but when it stars a hot Santa Claus, a.k.a. Kurt Russell, can anyone honestly resist the allure? Christmas may be over, but The Christmas Chronicles is filled with enough laughs, adventure, and joy to be watched any time you feel like it.

The time between Christmas and New Year’s Eve is a strange period where everything feels in limbo anyway, so why not check it out? It’s certainly sure to lighten your spirits. Netflix has ordered a sequel to the movie, might as well be prepared before it releases!