Netflix's Latest Christmas Movie 'Let It Snow' Branded A 'Must-Watch' By Viewers
With a mere 33 days until Christmas, we're firmly getting into the festive spirit and with Netflix's endless Holiday-inspired film releases coming fast and loose, we have no reason but to kick start our yuletide cheer.
And even with so many different cinematic options to choose from, one new release, Let It Snow, has captured the hearts of viewers, who have taken to social media to rave about its heartwarming storyline.
Based on the book, Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances by Maureen Johnson, John Green and Lauren Myracle, the teen rom-com is all about a snowstorm hitting a small town on Christmas Eve, which seems to spark a group of teenager's lives to collide.
It's filled with friendship, love and the unrequited kind too.
The Netflix synopsis reads: "When a snowstorm hits a small midwestern town on Christmas Eve, a group of high school seniors find their friendships and love lives colliding thanks to a stranded pop star, a stolen keg, a squad of competitive dancers, a mysterious woman covered in tin foil, and an epic party at the local Waffle Town.
"Come Christmas morning, nothing will be the same."
Directed by Luke Snelin, the movie stars Chilling Adventures of Sabrina star Kiernan Shipka, as well as Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Odeya Rush, Liv Hewson, Mitchell Hope and Jacob Batalon.
And it's proved to be a hit with Netflix viewers since its release, even with its obligatory cheesy Christmas moments (it is the festive season after all), and many of them have been raving about it on social media.
One viewer penned: "Please watch Let It Snow on NETFLIX. It's adorable and totally awesome! It's exactly the dorky, love-filled, wonderful rom-com I need this Christmas season.
"Now give me a prequel about the Tin Foil Woman! #LetItSnow".
Please watch Let It Snow on NETFLIX. It's adorable and totally awesome! It's exactly the dorky, love-filled, wonderful rom-com I need this Christmas season. Now give me a prequel about the Tin Foil Woman! #LetItSnow pic.twitter.com/6agDbTtaef
- Elizabeth Banks (@UncustomaryHW) November 21, 2019
"Alright, so @netflix's, 'Let It Snow,' is a super cute/cheesy Christmas teen rom-com!" a second penned. "Highly recommend if you're in to that sort of thing #Netflix #LetItSnow".
Another wrote: "Stop y'all doing!!!!!!! Go watch 'Let It Snow' on Netflix!!!!!!!!!"
"The new @netflix move Let It Snow is the holiday rom com we all need right now. Do yourself a favour and watch it now," a fourth lamented.
Alright, so @netflix's, "Let It Snow," is a super cute/cheesy Christmas teen rom-com! Highly recommend if you're in to that sort of thing :christmas_tree:☃️ #Netflix #LetItSnow pic.twitter.com/l9DkDuYaQj
- Andrew (@AndrewRDB) November 21, 2019
The new @netflix move Let it Snow is the holiday rom com we all need right now. Do your self a favor and watch it now.
- Jordie DiFernando (@jordiedifer) November 22, 2019
Just watched Let It Snow on Netflix - one of those corny cute Christmas movies. Real cute.
- Taiwo Ade (@Taiwotothe) November 22, 2019
Another shared: "Just watched Let It Snow on Netflix - one of those corny cute Christmas movies. Real cute.
"It is one of those corny 'perspectives on life' movies that will help some people grow.Be you."
So, if you haven't kicked off your festive film marathon yet? Maybe now's the time.
Crazy as it sounds... for some people, the corny Christmas movie people neeed to watch this year is: "let it snow". (Netflix)
It is one of those corny "perspectives on life" movies that will help some people grow. Be you.
- Carl (@compilingmusic) November 22, 2019
I watched a bunch of Christmas movies on Netflix and ALL OF THEM were really good! I watched: The Knight Before Christmas, Let it Snow and Klaus which made me cry SO MUCH :sob::heart: but I loved it!!!
- honey ♡ (@softhoneypot) November 22, 2019
ok Let It Snow on @netflix is a really good movie ya'll
- d r e a m l a n d :rainbow::dizzy:  (@iknewyouthennn) November 21, 2019
Let It Snow is available to stream on Netflix now.
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