Holiday films featuring Latino talent to watch this holiday!

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As Christmas approaches, there is no better way to welcome this holiday than by watching a movie in your Christmas pajamas while you drink your chocolate of preference whether that is La Abuelita or Ibarra. Browsing movies can take a very long time so we have brought to you a couple of movies that will lift your Christmas spirit, and the best of all, Latinos are featured in these movies and there will probably be something you can relate to!

Feliz NaviDAD

A movie starred by Mario Lopez and Paulina Chávez where single father David Morales is matched with out-of-town musician Sophie on a dating app. Since she is only in town for the holidays, they agree to ‘practice-date”–but will they fall in love for real?

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Nothing Like the Holidays

Nothing Like The Holidays features an all-star Latinx cast including Freddy Rodriguez, John Leguizamo, Luis Guzmán, Elizabeth Peña, and Alfred Molina, and follows a Puerto Rican family living in the area of Humboldt Park in west Chicago to face what may be their last Christmas together.

Holiday in Santa Fe

Holiday in Santa Fe is another romantic holiday movie starring Mario Lopez, this time as Tony Ortega, the son of the family matriarch Milagro Ortega and employee at their family business Casa de Milagro in Santa Fe along with his sister Magdalena. Sparks fly when a greeting card executive arrives in Santa Fe to acquire a tight-knit family company that creates ornaments inspired by Mexican Christmas traditions.

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Sugar Plum Twist

After failing to get the coveted role of the Sugar Plum Fairy in this year’s production of The Nutcracker, Vivíana Serrano joins forces with Natalia, to create a surprise reprise of the Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy…with a Latin twist.

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Christmas with you

A Netflix film featuring Aimee Garcia, Freddie Prinze Jr., and Deja Monique Cruz is a movie that follows a pop star who’s got a career burnout and escapes to a small town where she finds not only inspiration but a shot of love.

El Sabor de la Navidad

The new original movie produced by Salma Hayek Pinault’s Ventanarosa Productions revolves around family, love, and friendship; all centered around traditional Mexican cuisine.

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