Fans are all saying the same thing about Lindsay Lohan's rom-com Falling For Christmas

netflix fans say same thing about falling for christmas
Fans say same thing about Falling For ChristmasNetflix

Festive season is finally upon us and that means one thing: all the Christmas films. Yep, it's officially sofa-and-a-duvet time, and Netflix has already come through with this year's ultimate holiday movie. Enter Lindsay Lohan and Glee star Chord Overstreet's festive rom-com Falling For Christmas.

The film dropped on Netflix *today* (10 November), and it's got us firmly in the mood for mince pies and mulled wine. Plus, it looks like viewers have plenty of thoughts too, with fans all saying the same thing about the movie.

netflix fans say same thing about falling for christmas

To recap, Falling For Christmas follows a wealthy hotel heiress (played by Lindsay) who loses her memory after getting into a skiing accident. She's then taken in by a handsome lodge owner (Chord Overstreet) and his daughter, but will there be a happy ending?

Reacting to the film online, fans have been busy praising the film for including literally all of the hallmarks of a perfect Christmas movie. Cute romance! Snowy setting! We love it already.

As one fan wrote on Twitter, "FALLING FOR CHRISTMAS is a goddamn delight and everything you want from a silly holiday rom-com: over the top camp characters, ridiculous physical comedy, sweet corny romantic moments, a gay awakening with a mountain man named Ralph. It’s so much fun! Lindsay Lohan is back, baby!"

netflix fans say same thing about falling for christmas

Argh, so many good vibes. Another added, "Chord is a single dad to a wise adorable kid AND there’s also a sweet grandmother figure. Ticking all the boxes."

A third agreed, "Falling For Christmas on @netflix was everything that's been missing from feel-good Christmas movies!! I LOVED it!! The perfect comeback movie for @lindsaylohan."

We can already feel this one becoming a Christmas classic.

Falling For Christmas is streaming now on Netflix.

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