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Top 10 Christmas Movies On Canadian Netflix

What's the holiday season without a Christmas movie?
Top 10 Christmas Movies On Canadian Netflix

It's not Christmas without at least one Christmas movie a week. Thanks to Netflix, you can get more than your fair share of holiday movies. Canadian Netflix may not have as many movies as our neighbors to the south, but it's not total crap.

Update: Here are our top picks for 2015 movies! #NetflixAndCristmas + #EggnogAndChill

This holiday season, Netflix is giving Canadian viewers the pleasure of watching some Christmas classics, along with some lesser known spinoffs from other popular movies/TV shows. Admittedly, some of the titles listed here are TV specials. But that doesn't take away from the warm feeling of Christmas cheer they bring to viewers in Canada.

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10. Trailer Park Boys: Xmas Special (2004)

Netflix genre: TV Shows, Canadian Movies

IMDb rating: 7.9

Rotten Tomatoes rating: (N/A)

Why you should watch: Trailer Park Boys is the best Canadian show, ever.

9. Christmas with the Kranks (2004)

Netflix genre: Comedies, Slapstick Comedies

IMDb rating: 4.9

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 5%

Why you should watch: Tim Allen is amazing.

8. Power Rangers Samurai: Christmas Together, Friends Forever (Christmas Special) (2011)

Netflix genre: TV Shows, Kids' TV

IMDb rating: 5.7

Rotten Tomatoes rating: (N/A)

Why you should watch: Watching the Power Rangers will bring you back to your childhood.

7. Miracle on 34th Street (TV Special-1955)

Netflix genre: TV Shows, Classic Movies, Dramas

IMDb rating: 5.3

Rotten Tomatoes rating: (N/A)

Why you should watch: Any version of this movie is a classic.

6. The Fitzgerald Family Christmas (2012)

Netflix genre: Dramas, Independent Movies

IMDb rating: 6.2

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 64%

Why you should watch: It was an official selection at TIFF so it's gotta be good.

5. Kung Fu Panda Holiday (2010)

Netflix genre: Children & Family Movies, Family Features

IMDb rating: 6.7

Rotten Tomatoes rating: (N/A)

Why you should watch: A fat panda bear doing kung fu. Need I say more?

4. Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

Netflix genre: Children & Family Movies, Comedies

IMDb rating: 6.8

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 72%

Why you should watch: Again, this movie will take you back to your childhood when you were obsessed with these books.

3. A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (2011)

Netflix genre: Comedies, Cult Comedies

IMDb rating: 6.3

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 69%

Why you should watch: Any Harold & Kumar movie is fantastic.

2. Bad Santa (2003)

Netflix genre: Comedies, Cult Comedies, Late Night Comedies

IMDb rating: 7.1

Rotten Tomatoes rating: 77%

Why you should watch: Billy Bob Thornton is not your typical Christmas movie Santa.

1. Elf (2003)

Netflix genre: Children & Family Movies, Comedies

IMDb rating: 6.8

Rotten tomatoes rating: 84%

Why you should watch: Will Ferrell chugs a 2L bottle of coke.

Got a Netflix Xmas favourite we didn't include? Can't contain your love for these films? Sound off in the comments below!

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