Entertainment Christmas movies to stream on Netflix, Amazon Prime and Hulu By GEORGIA KRAL Updated December 8, 2015 10:47 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email It's time! Time for holiday music, holiday parties, holiday cookies and most important of all: holiday movies. And in reverse fashion, the "good old days" are actually now, because so many of your favorites can be viewed on demand -- no need to check listings to find out what time they're on. And commercials? Forget about it! (Though sometimes there are commercials, like if you don't pay for Hulu plus.) NETFLIX: 'Love Actually' Photo Credit: Universal Pictures One of those cozy-blanket kind of films, "Love Actually" follows several relationships, most to predictable conclusions, while providing plenty of charming performances. The huge, A-list cast finds Hugh Grant as a bachelor Prime Minister, Colin Firth a lonely writer, and Liam Neeson and Emma Thompson a couple past its expiration date. Bill Nighy is at his best as a weathered rocker attempting to chart with a wretched holiday pop song. -POLLY HIGGINS AMAZON: 'Little Women' Photo Credit: I Love Theatre!!!! via YouTube The 1994 version of the Louisa May Alcott novel stars Winona Ryder, Susan Sarandon, Claire Danes, Christian Bale, Kirsten Dunst, Samantha Mathis and Trini Alvarado. Directed by Gillian Armstrong, it's a heart-wrenching coming of age drama that features many Christmases with the March family. A classic story, beautifully told. NETFLIX: 'Happy Christmas' Photo Credit: Magnolia Pictures Yes, there's more than a little irony in the title of Joe Swanberg's "Happy Christmas" (2014), but those familiar with the intimate films of the budget-minded director ("Drinking Buddies") will arrive to this relationship drama well equipped. At its center is Jenny (Anna Kendrick), a searching twentysomething who kicks up emotional dust when staying with her brother (Swanberg) and his wife (Melanie Lynskey). Indie-cred alert: Lena Dunham plays Jenny's friend. -POLLY HIGGINS NETFLIX: 'Bad Santa' Photo Credit: Columbia Billy Bob Thornton is having a bit of a renaissance but who can forget his stunning performance in "Bad Santa"? This crass film from 2003 is a holiday must-see. Just make sure your egg nog is spiked! NETFLIX: 'A Very Murray Christmas' Photo Credit: Netflix.com We're sure there's plenty of weirdness in store in this holiday special directed by Sofia Coppola, headlined by Bill Murray and featuring everyone from Miley Cyrus to George Clooney, Chris Rock and Phoenix. Hits Netflix Dec. 4. NETFLIX: 'The Fitzgerald Family Christmas' Photo Credit: Tribeca Film Looking for a feel-good, familial type Christmas movie? This is it. It's an Ed Burns picture ("The Brothers McMullen") and Connie Britton stars. Nuff said? NETFLIX: 'Christmas With The Kranks' Photo Credit: Columbia Pictures This family wants to skip the holiday season -- who hasn't felt that way before? (Well, we haven't...) This is a classic"Bah, humbug!" film and Jamie Lee Curtis is always great. It's based on a John Grisham novel ("Skipping Christmas"). AMAZON PRIME: 'Jack Frost' Photo Credit: Saverglorywow via Youtube "Jack Frost" doesn't just nip at your nose; he'll eat off your entire face. That's just what happens when a serial killer merges with a snowman. A perfect antidote to too much holiday shopping and schlocking, the 1997 film finds character actor Scott MacDonald having plenty of fun as an evil Frosty. -POLLY HIGGINS NETFLIX: 'A Christmas Carol' (1938) Photo Credit: Twitter/ Filmfood Janneke This Christmas Carol stars Reginald Owen as Scrooge and is a true classic. Watch this and be prepared to feel the spirit of the season -- or even the spirit of the three ghosts!! AMAZON: Tyler Perry's 'A Madea Christmas' Photo Credit: MCT The first Christmas film from Tyler Perry, but his17th overall, features Perry as Madea. The story involves Madea heading south to see her family for the holidays. NETFLIX: 'I'll Be Home For Christmas' Photo Credit: DisneyMoviesOnDemand via YouTube Remember JTT? What a 90's tween heartthrob he was. This sappy movie is ripe for an ironic comeback. NETFLIX: 'Ernest Saves Christmas' Photo Credit: Jack Jackson via YouTube One of our favorites in the 'Ernest' series, this one finds the funny guy helping Santa Claus find his successor. HULU: 'A Very Brady Christmas' Photo Credit: HATBC via YouTube A family drama if ever there was one, "The Brady Bunch" reunites in this Christmas film. The gist: the parents want the whole family to reunite for the holidays but personal obstacles stand in their way! Will they make it home for the holidays? You'll have to watch to find out... AMAZON: 'A Bush Christmas' Photo Credit: kulaluk1971 via YouTube This Australian film featuring a young Nicole Kidman in her first featured role is about a family struggling to keep its farm. 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