Christmas is a time where people tend to spend their day with their loved ones serenading beautiful carols or feasting on delicious Turkey meat. People also love to play card games with their friends and families. For those who are unable to meet their families during Christmas, they connect with their families online and play games with them.

Christmas also proves to be a favourable time for gamblers as online casinos are bustling with Christmas offers and incentives to engage players with their sites. To know more about different games and offers, players can click on and choose the best game to spend their time on Christmas. 

If the person is not into gambling or singing, then Netflix always has a series of movies lined up for Christmas. He can binge-watch these movies with his family or significant other. From musicals, dramas, to rom-coms, comedies, etc. there is a Christmas movie for everyone. 

A Very Murray Christmas (2015)

The movie boasts of a star-studded cast consisting of big names like Bill Murray, Maya Rudolph and Rashida Jones. Inspired by the Pogues Fairytale of New York Follows, this musical rendition follows the life of Bill Murray, a famous cabaret singer, whose performance gets disrupted by a bad storm. He camps outside the hotel and creates unique, meaningful friendships with two heart-warming crooks played by the talented Maya Rudolph and Rashida Jones respectively. Sofia Coppola, with her wistful attempt at a light-hearted comedy, knows how to strike the chords of young hearts. The movie is also known for its famous and memorable dance sequence featuring Miley Cyrus and George Clooney. 

Let it Snow (2019)

This movie is for those who are a fan of high school romances and love triangles. The film is set against the backdrop of an Illinois suburb on Christmas Eve where we explore the life of a confused high-school teenager (Isabel a Mercer) and her journey towards finding the one. She eventually falls in love with a musician (Shameik Moore) and so does her two best friends (Kiernan Shipka and Mitchell Hope) who have a secret crush on a queer teenager (Liv Hewson) who is attracted towards the school cheerleader (Anna Akana) who is scared of coming out to her parents.

Klaus (2019)

For animation lovers, Klaus is the perfect Christmas movie. This Oscar-nominated gem directed by Sergio Pablo is a tale of love and selflessness and compassion. With a captivating background score and a powerful, gut-wrenching script, the movie explores an unlikely friendship between a shrewd postman (Jason Schwartzman) and a disgruntled woodsman (JK Simmons), in a lonely island of Smeerensburg. Both of them embark on a mission to spread love and warmth by delivering wooden toys to children and orphans.

Dash & Lily (2020)

A rendition loosely based on You’ve Got Mail (1998), this movie is set in New York City where we follow the journey of two New Yorkers (Austin Abrams and Midori Francis) who are destined to be together if they fulfil a series of wishes. Austin finds Midoris’s diary in a bookshop. In the quest to find each other, both the protagonists challenge each other to complete a series of unusual tasks like dancing at a Hanukkah punk show and resting on a Santa’s lap before they decide to get back together.

Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey (2020)

Jingle Jangle is the musical everyone should watch out for during Christmas. David E Talbert’s musical is laced with an eye-catching set design, colourful costumes and soulful musical numbers composed by John Legend. The story provides an insight into the melancholy life of an eccentric toymaker (Forest Whitaker) who is struggling with betrayal by his apprentice (Keegan-Michael Key) and his wife’s sudden death (Sharon Rose), causing him to fall in a quagmire of despair and darkness, only to be rescued by his resourceful and intelligent granddaughter (Madalen Mills), who comes as a beacon of hope and helps him to get his life back on track.