Here are films and shows coming to Netflix in December, as well as a few things you might want to check out before they leave. This month, we also have a few Christmas movies if you’re craving a seasonal family movie night.
Be sure to check IMDB’s “Parents Guide” for the film if you need to screen its content; family-friendly films are marked as such.
August Rush (Family-friendly), PG – A musically gifted orphan searches New York City for his parents.
The Little Rascals (Family-friendly), PG – Mischievous boys who lead an anti-girl organization pick a buddy, Alfalfa, to drive in their soapbox car rally, only to find out he’s in love with a girl, and they decide they have to break them up.
The Young Victoria, PG – As Queen Victoria gets caught up in the politics of her family, her Belgian uncle schemes to arrange a marriage between her and Prince Albert, who would become the love of her life.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, PG-13 – The Guardians are hired by an alien race to protect
their batteries from invaders.
The Crown, Season 2 – The Netflix-original drama based on the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940’s to modern times continues in its second season.
Christmas movies available this month:
The Santa Clause, 1-3 (Family-friendly), PG – The Tim Allen turned Santa Clause hit and its two sequels will be available on Netflix just in time for Christmas!
White Christmas (Family-friendly) – The Christmas classic starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen follows four singers who help out a former WWII general restore his country inn financially by putting on some showtunes.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Family-friendly), PG – The live-action retelling of Dr. Suess’s classic, starring Jim Carrey.
While You Were Sleeping, PG – A hopeless romantic Chicago Transit Authority token collector is mistaken for the fiancée of a coma patient.
Holes (Family-friendly), PG – A boy and his friends question the motives of a woman who forces them to dig holes at a detention camp.
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, PG-13 – Captain Jack Sparrow fights to reclaim his ship and crew while battling an undead enemy who cursed by pirate treasure.