Best Movies for binge-watching on Holidays

Undoubtedly, it’s a Christmas season and everyone is waiting for holidays. Whether you’re organizing a family movie night or need to refresh yourself, this guide will help you find the best movie for binge-watching on hodilays.

Best Movies for binge-watching on Holidays

Definitely, there is long list of the best Christmas movies. However, we have sorted out the  top 5 movies for binge-watching on Holidays. A brief overview of each movie is given below.

1.     Friends

Friends feature some of the most memorable thanksgivingTV episodes in television history, and you can watch them on Netflix whenever you want.

This show reigns top, with famous sequences like Monica shimmying with a turkey on her head, Chandler apologizing all day from a box, and Joey devouring a whole bird while wearing Phoebe’s pregnancy leggings etched in yor mind. You’ll be viewing them all in one day like you do every year.

2.     Escape at Dannemora

Director Ben Stiller’s new series follows two convicts attempting to escape the Clinton Correctional Facility in Dannemora. The two escape the prison with the assistance of Tilly Mitchell, a correctional staff. Benicio del Toro, Patricia Arquette, and Paul Dano play the lead roles in the film. It is available to stream on Showtime.

3.     Doom Patrol

Brenton Thwaites portrays Dick Grayson, Batman’s apprentice, who leads a revolving junior league of teens with daddy problems and a lovely alien princess among others on “Titans.” “Doom Patrol” features Brendan Fraser as a racing car driver turned Robotman and Alan Tudyk as the villain Mr. Nobody, who have big voices.

Heart, soul, and stakes are hidden under the masks; both performances shatter your heart. Now Doom Patrol is available to view on HBO Max.

4.     How To With John Wilson

Filmmaker John Wilson combines video shot on the streets of New York City with deadpan voiceover to create visual essays about mundane topics that lead in unexpected, darkly funny, and surprisingly poignant directions in this delightfully weird show, which returns to HBO on Friday for its second season.

For example, an episode about scaffolding will become a meditation on death. In contrast, last season’s conclusion. The documentary doesn’t exactly scream “Thanksgiving,” but the mix of compassion, comedy, and empathy makes it excellent holiday watching for you. Available to stream on HBO Max. Also, check out the latest Bollywood movies.

5.     True Story

Kevin Hart and Wesley Snipes as siblings seem tempting, and their new show “True Story” does not disappoint. The two leads have great chemistry in the Netflix drama, which is full of twists and turns. Hart portrays the Kid, a comic who is similar to Hart.

Even though the Kid sells out stadiums and can secure multimillion-dollar film deals, his personal life is a shambles. His relationship with his elder brother Calvin, whom he often bails out of financial difficulties, is especially fraught.

After bringing a female admirer back to his hotel room after a performance, things spiral out of control, and she wakes up dead in his bed the following morning. In the dramatic part, Hart is always fascinating. It is available on Netflix.