The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017)
So, this one is about the making of the famous Christmas story. Or rather, it's about the author, Charles Dickens, trying to get his inspiration back after several bad runs. And all that, styled in a Christmas tale style of its own.
The usual site reveals a lot of details to be actually true. Charles' father was horrible with money, which caused much trouble for a long time, several prior books were flops, he published book himself, wrote it in about 6 weeks, and had to work in a factory as a young child... Pretty grim harsh stuff, actually, and a lot of stress. And a lot of obsession over the story.
The movie presents characters in the story, as it is being written, as almost real, which certainly can be true for really obsessive writer. And sometimes characters do what they want, not what you want them to do. And at the same time, many of the secondary characters in the movie seem to be references to other characters from his other books, which is logical as Charles did draw inspiration for his characters from real people.
All in all, pretty entertaining story, and even though this story didn't exactly invent Christmas, more likely just helped it rise again faster (royal family was already celebrating it, I believe), it's worth to watch.