Thought I would do some fun holiday posts.
My Favorite Hallmark Holiday Movies!
I look forward to this every year. I count down the days until christmas and enjoy all the holiday movies hallmark has from November until December 31st. I watch them OVER and OVER again. I love every single one and can watch them a million times. This year Hallmark has made a few new ones that will probably make my list next year but so far these are my all time favorites.
Synopsis taken from IMDB
- The Very Merry Mix-Up
- Alice Chapman is a beautiful woman who recently became engaged to go-getter businessman Will Mitchum. When she travels to meet her future in-laws for the first time before Christmas, chaos ensues as she loses contact with Will, runs into who she believes to be Will’s brother, and starts the holiday celebrations with the wrong family. But is this just a silly mix up, or is it fate for Alice?
- Stars: Alicia Witt, Mark Wiebe, Lawrence Dane
- The Nine Lives of Christmas
- After a stray cat adopts Zachary, he meets Marliee and realizes the single life is not as fulfilling as he thought it was.
- Stars: Brandon Routh, Kimberly Sustad, Stephanie Bennett
- A Christmas Detour
- An anxious bride-to-be throws in with a broken-hearted guy and a happily married couple for an emergency ride to NYC, learning about each other and themselves along the way.
- Stars: Candace Cameron Bure, Paul Greene, Sarah Strange
- The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
- The overwhelming tasks that go along with Christmas have taken the joy out of the holidays for busy single mom Jennifer Cullen. Then her Uncle Ralph arrives at her home with the young, handsome Morgan Derby. Morgan’s love of Christmas, and life, is contagious and as Jennifer glumly navigates through the holidays, she soon realizes that what she needs most is right under her nose.
- Stars: Henry Winkler, Brooke Burns and Warren Christie.
- Christmas Under Wraps
- When a doctor doesn’t get the position she wanted, she ends up moving to a remote Alaskan town. She unexpectedly ends up finding love, happiness and discovers that the small town is hiding a big holiday secret.
- Stars: Candace Cameron Bure, David O’Donnell, Robert Pine
- Crown for Christmas
- After getting fired from her job as a maid at a ritzy New York hotel, Allie reluctantly accepts a temp gig as the governess to a young girl who is part of a powerful family in Europe that lives in an actual castle.
- Stars: Danica McKellar, Rupert Penry-Jones, Ellie Botterill
- A Royal Christmas
- Prince Leopold, heir to the throne of Cordinia, wishes to marry his young love Emily Taylor, a humble seamstress from Philadelphia. But Leopold’s mother, Queen Isadora has other plans for her son.
- Stars: Lacey Chabert, Stephen Hagan, Jane Seymour
- Christmas Card
- US soldier visits the town from where an inspirational Christmas card was sent to him by a church group that mails cards out to servicemen as a goodwill effort.
- Stars: Edward Asner, John Newton, Alice Evans
- Matchmaker Santa
- As a little girl, Melanie Hogan (Lacey Chabert) wished to find her own prince charming just like her parents found true love. Now an adult, Melanie is running her own bakery and dating a handsome CEO, Justin (Thad Luckinbill). Although things seem perfect when Justin asks Melanie to spend the holidays together at his beautiful lake house upstate-and meet his mother-Melanie finds herself spending more time with Justin’s best friend and loyal assistant, Dean (Adam Mayfield), who just might be harboring a secret crush on her. When complications arise that throw Melanie and Dean together over the holiday, will the two realize they’re meant to be?
- Stars: Lacey Chabert, Florence Henderson, John Ratzenberger
I might honestly watch these like a million times. The Most Wonderful Time of the Year is my all time favorite. Henry Winkler is hilarious in that movie and the Male Lead is dreamy. Out of all of these movies the only one that makes me CRY every single time is Crown for Christmas, it’s the very last line of the movie that has me blubbering like a baby. I warn you if you watch The Christmas Card, and I do love that one, the girl lead’s mouth drives me nuts and she can’t kiss on camera for anything. lol I am also torn who I love more in christmas movies, Lacey Chabert or Candace Cameron Bure. They both have quite a few movies that didn’t make my list that I love so much.
Do you like watching Hallmark christmas movies? Which one is your favorite?
Have a great day and Merry Christmas!