Watch Movies On Kodi: Top 20 Holiday Movies In 2020
Okay, it’s the time for Christmas Holidays and you’re just going through your checklist of things to do this time.
“Required ingredients for the family meal, checked,”
“Movies, uh oh!”
So I take it you’re looking for good Christmas movies to watch this year? No worries. Let us help. If the perfect Christmas day means to watch movies on Kodi, here is a list of some of the wonderful movies to watch this Christmas.
15. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer
On 15th we have one of the best Christmas Kodi movies to watch this year, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer follows the story of Santa’s most famous deer, Rudolph. An Evil Toymaker takes possession of all of the toys and Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer may be the only hope to keep Christmas alive this year. Can this misfit deer save the Christmas for millions and millions of kids?
14. Mickey’s Christmas Carol
A Disney animated classic especially created for Christmas. If you have heard the popular story of A Christmas Carol, the plot should feel pretty similar to you. But that’s not the main attraction of this classic. It’s the Disney characters adding their flavor to this centuries-old story. Check out how the Christmas Eve we know today came into existence from Mickey’s lens.
13. Home Alone
An excellent Kodi film for Christmas. You might feel a little odd why Home Alone II wasn’t mentioned here but you need to get familiar with the McCallisters and especially their witty son and the protagonist of this story, Kevin McCallister. See how being alone in the home isn’t so bad for a little boy, or is it?
12. Home Alone II
Somehow, Kevin’s family manages to forget him one more time, leaving him, wait for it, “Home Alone” once again. And it’s only a matter of time when Kevin starts attracting trouble. So sit tight and watch this Christmas movie that both the kids and the adults can watch with a smile on their face.
11. The Muppet Christmas Carol
Another Christmas Carol classic, except it’s The Muppets characters this time. Watch Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Fozzie Bear, and our favorite Kermit play iconic roles and star against the legendary Michael Caine who plays Ebenezer Scrooge, that grumpy old guy that gets visited by the Christmas Spirit. You can’t miss this Kodi movie this Christmas.
10. The Bishop’s Wife
Making its way to the top ten is the Bishop’s Wife. When Bishop Henry Brougham asks heaven for help after failing to generate enough money for a cathedral, he gets visited by an angel named Dudley. Henry doesn’t believe in him initially. It only gets worse after that because he eventually gets angry and frustrated at him when he makes his way not only to the Bishop’s house but also wins his wife’s attention. If you have the right add-on and know how to get movies on Kodi, this is a movie you shouldn’t miss out on.
9. While You Were Sleeping
Even if you just watch movies on Kodi during Christmas, this love story/drama is equally watchable in July. Sandra Bullock plays the role of a transit worker who saves his crush (played by Peter Callaghan) from certain death. But as Peter ends up in a coma, his family takes Bullock as her fiancée and start sharing things with her like a family member. The plot takes a twist when Bullock starts developing feelings for Peter’s brother (played by Bill Pullman).
On the eighth spot is the Will Ferrell Starrer, Elf. The movies follow the misadventures of Buddy he first ends up at the North Pole as a kid where he gets raised by Santa’s trusty elves and then unable to gel in with the crew, returns to NY in search of his old man. The real fun begins when does find his father (James Caan). If you’re in the mood to watch movies on Kodi, do watch this movie that deals with the idea of giving and deals with father-son relationships.
7. A Christmas Carol
Can’t put up all the Christmas Carol mocks without the real deal, right? So this is it, a live-action version of the original. The story follows Ebenezer Scrooge (Jim Carrey) acting all grumpy when until he gets visited by the ghost of his deceased business partner which follows Scrooge being visited by the spirits that take him on a journey across time hoping Scrooge will become a better person. Carrey being the genius feels like the perfect person to play Scrooge. You don’t want to miss out on yet another incredible performance.
6. A Charlie Brown Christmas
What’s a Christmas without A Charlie Brown Christmas? It’s we all grew up watching and it’s what completes the Christmas day. A Charlie Brown Christmas is about Charlie and how he’s all sad and there seems to be nothing that could cheer him up. So when Lucy presents to him the possibility of directing a Christmas play, Charlie accepts it in the hopes of finally finding the spirit of the season. Much to his dismay, even that doesn’t really work out until the final piece for the play is brought in, a half-dead Christmas tree. Despite others insisting Charlie take up better alternatives, Charlie is persistent about the same tree.
5. How The Grinch Stole Christmas
Another tale of a Grumpy guy trying to find the spirit of Christmas. What makes this so good is that it’s been more than 50 years and it’s still so relatable and feels so refreshing every time you watch it.
The story begins with a green hermit feeling miserable and when he sees others enjoying the Christmas time near his place, he plans on stealing their presents. So the guy dresses up as Santa and does the very opposite of what Santa does by stealing their Christmas.
4. A Nightmare Before Christmas
This Tim Burton classic is ghoulish and dark yet cheerful and magical at the same time. The animated movie is about Jack Skellington who is the undisputed King of the Halloween world. When he finds his way to Christmas town, a place that’s totally the opposite and where everything is so happy and cheerful, Skellington decides to take over by kidnapping the Santa.
3. Miracle on the 34th Street
Miracle on the 34th Street is on the third position because it’s an age-old classic. This golden age classic is about Kris Kringle (Edmund Gwenn) claiming to be the actual Santa shortly after filling in for an intoxicated Santa. With those claims, Kris’ sanity and authenticity start getting questioned. Watch the whole movie to know if Kris really was the Santa.
2. A Christmas Story
On number two, is A Christmas Story. A Christmas Story is a movie starring Peter Billingsley portraying Ralphie Parker who just wishes to have a Red Ryder air rifle. It seems even the simplest demands are often taken for granted as would be the case with Ralphie who gets bullied both by a local kid (Zack Ward) as well as his dad (Darren McGavin).
1. It’s a Wonderful Life
On top of our charts is It’s a Wonderful Life and we don’t need to explain why. It’s a Wonderful Life, though a 70-year-old movie can still be considered a modern-day Carol movie where the protagonist (James Stewart), after so much financial suffering and mental depression, decides to commit suicide. It is just at that time when he gets saved by an angel, Clarence, who takes him back in time so Bailey (the character played by Stewart) could appreciate life and the value of existence.
Addons You’ll need to Watch Movies On Kodi
If you’re wondering how you can how to watch movies on Kodi, you just need a few addons. Even one addon will do it if all the movies are available on that. So without messing around too much, here are the addons you’ll need to watch movies on Kodi.
- Exodus Redux
- Movie Theater Butter
- Death Star
- UK Turk’s Playlist
- Atom Reborn
This list concludes our selection for the best Kodi Christmas movies. If you’re familiar with Kodi’s interface and add-ons, why not watch movies on Kodi this Holiday season? Don’t forget to get a Kodi VPN before you do so, though!