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The Greatest New Year's Movies to Start the Year Off Right

There's nothing bad if you still want to stay in the New Year's vibes and add more to the happy moments. You can do this even if the festivities have ended and right from the comfort of your own couch. Sounds amazing? So, team FAYVO is here once again, with the greatest New Year's movies to watch and start feeling festive again. We've listed down the perfect holiday spots for you to visit and the best part playlist; now we are in for the real fun.

Whatever you choose, kick up your feet and get cozy. Get your snacks, a special drink, and leftover Christmas cookies because it's time to choose from the best New Year's movies and get into the feels. Let's start:

 

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New Year's Eve

Let's start with the obvious. New Year's Eve might not be one of the best movies ever, but it gives you the perfect New Year vibes. The movie offers full entertainment with several interconnected stories. They all are taking place in different parts of New York City. You'll be fascinated by the star-studded cast, including Halle Berry, Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Katherine Heigl, Ashton Kutcher, Sarah Jessica Parker, Michelle Pfeiffer, Hilary Swank, and Sofía Vergara, and more.

 

Phantom Thread

The movie is somewhat more than just a holiday-themed film. It is as gorgeous and meticulous as the creations of its lead character, Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis). The movie tells a unique love story unfolding between Reynolds, a celebrated fashion designer, and Alma (Vicky Krieps), the woman who becomes his wife and muse. This beautiful movie is known as one of Paul Thomas Anderson's best works. Give it a try and see by yourself.

 

When Harry Met Sally

Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan together make any movie a perfect watch. So, here they are in this classic romantic comedy about two friends who insist that they're just not into each other over the course of their decade-long friendship. Th twist comes when both of them confront their real feelings on New Year's Eve.

 

The Holiday

Set around the holidays, this movie takes you away from the everyday problems and turns on the chilling vibes. It is about two women. They swap homes nearly 6,000 miles across the globe after experiencing heart-wrenching breakups. When they change their whereabouts, they start feeling refreshed. Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet have done an amazing job in pulling off their characters.

 

The Holidate

One of the most popular movies to watch with an easy heart and happy soul is, The Holidate. You'd love to watch this love-hate rom-com that centers on holiday themes and the first date on New Year's Eve. Emma Roberts and Luke Bracey are playing the main characters, and they both are singletons who agree to be each other's "holidate" for every celebration. Choose this movie for laughs, and check out these New Year's Eve jokes to try out on your friends and fam.

 

I Hate New Year's

Stream into this movie to get holiday vibes with Layne. She is a musician who travels home and finds unexpected love in this sweet, music-themed romance. This is one of the best feel-good movies to watch and step into the fresh new year. In the movie, Layne's searching for her ex, but her bestie Cassie (Ashley Argota) just might be ready to make a move. That's a surprise!

 

The Age of Adaline

This movie takes you to the fictional world. Blake Lively stars as a woman who is born on New Year's Day. It was set back in 1908. The lady remains 29 years old physically due to being revived by lightning after she dies in a car accident. In her lifetime, he attends hundreds of New Year's Eve parties where she experiences different kinds of romantic mystery. For the 20222 watch-list, it is one of the good New Year's movies.

 

Bridget Jones's Diary

Renée Zellweger is someone who brings in million-watt energy into the movie just by her appearance and performance. This movie is a funny and beloved rom-com special based on an equally cherished book by Helen Fielding. Zellweger received her first Best Actress Oscar award for a sympathetic and captivating performance.