December 17, 2019
Spending the holidays with family, friends, or rolling solo? We've got the perfect movie for you.
There's something about the holiday season that makes us want to curl up with a hot beverage and unwind on the couch. And what better way to relax than to watch a festive movie from the comfort of your living room? Whether you're with your best friend, your family or rolling solo this year, we have the perfect suggestion for you. And what's better—all of these films and more are available on Cox On Demand!
“A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas" (2011)
Who to Watch With: College Roommate
In an effort to replace his father-in-law's prized Christmas tree, Harold and his former bestie Kumar embark on a holiday adventure, rekindling their friendship…and a few other things as well. With its slapstick humor and zany plot twists, this third installment in the Harold & Kumar cannon makes for a perfect evening with your college buds.
“12 Dog Days Till Christmas" (2014)
Who to Watch With: Family Pet
In this light-hearted holiday drama, a troubled teen is sentenced to community service at an animal shelter and must find homes for twelve dogs before it's too late. Uplifting and filled with doggy goodness, this is the perfect film for curling up with your furry BFF this holiday.
“The Family Man" (2000)
Who to Watch With: Romantic Partner
Through of a bit of Christmas magic, a career-driven Wall Street exec gets a glimpse of what his life might have been like had he stayed with his college girlfriend and led a family life. Charming and emotional, this holiday dramedy is a must-see for you and your significant other.
“National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" (1989)
Who to Watch With: Extended Family
Clark Griswold is determined to have the perfect family Christmas, but when his cousin shows up unannounced, things quickly get out of hand. Part of the National Lampoon's Vacation series, this quirky film is equal parts slapstick comedy and childhood nostalgia, making for a great holiday night in with your family.
“Love Actually" (2003)
Who to Watch With: The Girls
This undeniably charming flick features Hugh Grant as the befuddled Prime Minister of England dancing to the Pointer Sisters…no wonder it's fast become a holiday classic! With several intertwining plotlines all about love, this cheeky yet emotional rom com is perfect for popping a bottle of wine with your girlfriends.
“It's a Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie" (2002)
Who to Watch With: The Kiddos
In a cheeky homage to the Christmas classic, “It's a Wonderful Life," an angel appears and shows Kermit the Frog what the world would have been like had he never been born. This one is perfect for children, but the whimsical storytelling and playful humor will entertain parents as well.
“A Christmas Story" (1983)
Who To Watch With: Yourself
This nostalgic comedy tells the story of a nine-year-old boy who wants only one thing for Christmas: a Red Ryder air rifle. With its quirky vignettes and melodramatic humor, this American classic makes for a great solo holiday tradition.