Christmas is over.
Now it’s time to go to the movies.
As the holiday season nears its end, we’re starting to see movies that can capture the spirit of the season and the spirit that washes over our hearts in the form of a blockbuster.
The best films to watch this season, according to Netflix, are: The Christmas Story, A Beautiful Mind, The Revenant, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Citizenfour, Life Itself, Zoolander 2, Frozen, Inside Llewyn Davis, American Sniper, Shaun of the Dead, and The Wolf of Wall Street.
But don’t get too excited just yet.
It’s not just Christmas movies that are on Netflix, either.
It includes documentaries, original short films, short movies and documentaries.
It has a library of films that range from the dark and gritty, to the beautiful and beautiful, to heartwarming and heartwarming.
So, let’s take a look at some of the best Christmas movies to watch right now.
A Beautiful Mind (2016) This is a classic Christmas movie that has the perfect blend of classic Hollywood fare, a little bit of comedy, and the perfect amount of heart.
The film tells the story of a group of friends who decide to go on a trip to the amusement park, only to find themselves stranded on the edge of a cliff.
They try to make their way to safety, but soon they realize they are alone.
The movie also features a lot of heart, with its emotional scenes of the characters, their struggles, and their eventual reunion.
Inside the Loop (2018) A family discovers a video recording of their loved one’s life and learns that they have a rare disease that makes it hard to keep in touch.
They are forced to relocate to another city, only for their son to become a fugitive.
As he attempts to track down his missing parents, he also begins to discover that his father is not the man he thought he was.
The story follows the parents of a deaf child as they try to reunite with their lost son.
It also features two heartwarming scenes: one involving the family’s dog and the other involving the daughter of the deaf person.
Star War: The Last Jedi (film) The film tells a story of Han Solo (John Boyega), a young smuggler who escapes from the clutches of Darth Vader in a Force lightning storm.
While he was fighting Vader, he had to face a stormtrooper named Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), who is looking for the lost son of his mother.
Han and Luke have a brief reunion, and Luke takes him to an abandoned asteroid.
The asteroid is filled with weapons and explosives, and Han’s droid is destroyed, which sends Han into a state of shock.
American Psycho (2006) When a father’s estranged daughter comes to visit her father in a mental institution, she learns that his daughter is the daughter that murdered his father.
She tells him that she is the only one that can save his life.
The daughter also reveals that her mother was killed by the same man that was responsible for her father’s death.
A Brief History of Time (2004) While the first film was based on a novel by George Orwell, this adaptation of The Diary of Anne Frank was inspired by his life and his time as a prisoner in the Nazi concentration camps.
The original novel was also adapted into a film by the Academy Award-winning director of the film.
Zooey Deschanel and Meryl Streep as Anne Frank and her husband, Rudolf Hess, in the 1936 film.
The novel is about the relationship between Anne and Rudolf.
Bitter Pill (2006-2011) Zoom in on the story about a man who accidentally kills his pregnant wife, who is only five months pregnant.
He is then forced to commit suicide, but he then finds a beautiful woman in the woods and gives her his life, which makes her his.
Beautiful Minds (2016-2017) Beauty and the Beast was a hit, so why not give the story a little love?
This movie follows the story between Belle and her younger sister, Belle, who are both trying to be good and protect Belle.
They find themselves trapped in a house where they can’t go because of a curse.
When the curse starts to take hold, Belle has to help the rest of the family out of the house by helping her mother, who was pregnant with her baby.
Gone Girl (2016-) When Ryan Gosling’s character is kidnapped, his mother is found dead.
The filmmakers wanted to create a story that focused on the relationship that is between Ryan and his father, but it was too complicated.
The filmmaker also wanted to make sure that the character was authentic, so they decided to make him look like a stereotypical Hollywood dad