These are the type of movies that you want to snuggle in with - and of course you will need a cozy fire, your favorite warm beverage, and frosted sugar cookies. It's simple "trimmings," but brings us moments of a sweet escape.
Sleepless in Seattle: A sweet romance that starts at Christmas and ends on Valentine's Day.
You've Got Mail: If you loved Sleepless in Seattle, chances are you are going to love this movie that starts in September and continues through the holidays, until spring.
Steel Magnolias: A bitter-sweet tale of family and close friends. It starts with a wedding, and brings us Christmas, Halloween, and ends with Easter.
The Family Stone: The premise is Christmas, but the family dysfunction is quite endearing.
The Holiday: It's Christmas through New Year's Eve with three stories about finding love, unrequited love, and love from long ago.
Love Actually: It follows the lives of eight couples dealing with love in loosely interrelated tales around the Christmas season.
Serendipity: A couple meet during the Christmas season, and several years later they meet up again. Their meetings are quite "serendipitous."
Once Around: It starts in the warm Caribbean with an odd couple, continues with family turmoil, and finally brings us through Christmas, the winter weather, and ends rather sweet with a few tears.
What are some of your favorite "holiday" movies?