Saturday, May 25, 2013

Hallmark Christmas Movies All Year Round

I love Hallmark movies especially on a rainy day.
Some people like watching them, some people find them boring. I think Hallmark movies can be encouraging.
I know we are in May, but remember that you can watch any kind of movie, any time you want. 
What is your favorite Hallmark movie?

A Christmas Wedding  (2006)
Starring: Sarah Paulson, Eric Mabius, Dea Cain

Emily and Ben met on Christmas day, they now plan to marry on Christmas day two years later. However Emily must attend work and leaves the wedding plans up to Ben. With the bulk of the wedding planned, what could go wrong? Well, with Ben in charge — a lot!
Problems arise when procrastinator Ben tries to deal with bridesmaids dresses and shoes, while perfectionist Emily is out of her mind with worry that her perfect day will be anything but. The road to love doesn't run smooth as Emily also has to contend with her slick boss, giving her more work to do.
However, when a snow storm threatens to strand Emily at her work, she realizes that the only thing that matters is making it home to be with Ben and their Christmas wedding.

Christmas in Boston (2005)
Marla Sokoloff, Patrick J. Adams, Lindy Booth 

Pen-pals since the age of 15, Gina and Seth have created a life-long friendship based solely on letters and snapshots they have sent to one another although the pictures are of their better looking best friends. Now as adults, they finally get the chance to meet in person when Shawn goes on a business trip to Boston where Gina lives. Afraid to face the truth each sends their best friend to pose as them for the first meeting. Much to their horror the best friends fall in love but soon the truth is revealed and all learn important life lessons about honesty and self-esteem.

A Christmas Wedding Date (2012)
Starring: Marla Sokoloff and Chris Carmack

Ten years after leaving her small town for big-city success, After being fired from her high-powered job, Rebecca heads back home to see her mom, Shirley and attend her friends’ small-town wedding on Christmas Eve.
She finds herself caught in a "Groundhog Day" where events are incessantly repeating. 
Imagine having to live your High School best friends wedding day over and over. Also, it just happens to be on Christmas Eve. George Wendt stars with Marla Sokoloff and Chris Carmack in this hilarious journey of self discovery through having to live the same day over and over until she unlocks the secret to happiness.

Love at the Christmas Table (2012)
Starring: Dustin Mulligan, Danica McKellar, Lea Thompson, Scott Patterson

This is a romantic holiday tale about two best friends. Sam (Dustin Mulligan) and Katherine (McKellar) have spent every Christmas at the children's table since they were toddlers. 
They grew up together sharing the highs and lows of young adulthood. Now nearly 30 years later, Sam realizes Katherine is the one... but he is afraid that the past will get in his way.
Nice romantic movie with a good Christmas atmosphere in it.


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