November 16, 2021

5 Cozy Winter Movie Suggestions

 Hello, lovelies! I hope you all have been doing wonderfully. It's been getting chillier where I live, and it has been such a refreshing change of pace. I love this time of year, especially when I get the chance to cozy up with a fluffy blanket and a mug of hot chocolate to watch a winter-themed or Christmas-themed movie. It's definitely one of my favorite holiday pastimes! Below, I have some movie picks to watch when you are craving those cozy winter vibes.

Serendipity (2001)

This movie is perfect for anyone who loves a winter romantic comedy! It's all about the concept of fate and how much trust two people are willing to put into the idea of destiny over the span of a decade. Definitely a lovely movie (with some thought provoking ideas ) that is an ideal watch during the holiday season. Available to stream on Netflix, YouTube, and Paramount+.

Klaus (2019)


This movie completely surprised me! I decided to check it out when it first premiered because the animation looked so pretty. I thought it would be a cute movie and that it was primarily for kids. Little did I know at the time that this would quickly become one of my favorite Christmas movies. While it is a great film for families, it is still a wonderful film. Not only is the animation fluid and gorgeous, but the story is genuinely a beautiful one. The heart behind this film really impressed me, and it's one that I'm always happy to watch again. Available to stream on Netflix.

The Lake House (2006)

Please tell me I'm not the only one who remembers this movie! It's one that I have really enjoyed since it's initial release. It's about two people who live in the same house but two years apart, and who communicate with each other through letters one leaves for the other in the house's mailbox. Such a creative idea and the aesthetics are so ideal for the winter season! Available to stream on HBO Max.

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Oh boy, since we are talking about winter aesthetics, this film is top tier! It's a dark comedy taking place in a luxurious European ski resort during the 1930s, and it's directed by Wes Anderson, so you know the visuals are  It is a bit more of a solemn film here and there, but if you're looking for a comedy with some more dramatic elements plus gorgeous locations and colors, then this is definitely the movie for you! Available to watch for $3.99 Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, and YouTube.

About Time (2013)

This film is consistently one that I would recommend. It is a romantic comedy with elements of genuine comedy, familial devotion, the weight of decision making, and a fair share of time travel. Surprisingly, this is a really good choice for a watch during the holidays. While there are several scenes not related to winter or the holidays, the vibes of the movie make it a great one for this time of year. As the film goes on, the story progresses from a lighthearted experience to one that is significantly more heartfelt but still massively enjoyable. Available to stream on Netflix and to watch for $3.99 on YouTube, Apple TV, and Amazon Prime Video.

Have you seen any of these films? If so, what are your opinions about them? What are your favorite winter movies that provide all the cozy vibes? Let me know in the comments!


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