This the season to be jolly! Christmas is around the corner, and there are a lot of ways to spend the holiday season with your loved ones. One of the best ways to spend it is all snuggled up watching romantic Christmas movies with a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows. Here’s a list of 5 romantic Christmas movies 2019 to watch this holiday!
Romantic Christmas Movies to Watch this Season
Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays
Why not leave it to Hallmark to give you that warm fuzzy feeling? Adrian Grenier from Entourage plays a father of three. He hired a Graceland tour guide played by Kaitlin Doubleday to nanny his children, and I think you can guess what happens next.
A Christmas Miracle
This the season for Hallmark to churn out all its top romantic Christmas Movies for fans to enjoy! A Christmas Miracle is one of them. As the name suggests, we all could use a little miracle every once in a while. Emma is a single mother and reporter looking for a story to cover for her lifestyle magazine. With the deadline coming so soon, she’ll need a Christmas miracle to pull it off. While focusing on getting the job done, she instead finds an unexpected romance and rekindles her Christmas spirit.
Christmas in Rome
Ghosting: The Spirit of Christmas
Ghosting is not your typical romantic Christmas movie as it has more of a dark comedy vibe, and it’s produced by Friends’ Lisa Kudrow. Jess goes on a perfect date and ends up literally ghosting the guy! What does literal ghosting mean? You’ll have to watch it for yourself! It’s worth it.
Just like the famous Christmas jingle, Last Christmas will be a fan favorite in no time. Set in London, one of the most magical cities during Christmas, bash in the glorious accents of Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones and Henry Golding from Crazy Rich Asian’s. Let’s not forget the two actor’s quirky personalities that make this rom-com so entertaining. Emilia plays Kate, who is hating her job as a department store elf. She meets Tom, and her magical Christmas begins. As a cherry on top of the already sweet cake, the movie also features unreleased music from the late George Michael.