How would you like to perk yourself up in these difficult times? How about watching an enjoyable, happy Christmas movie? Hallmark (HALL) and Hallmark (HALLTV) Channels are showing Christmas movies from past years. Following is a list of several movies which I have seen and enjoyed:
A Christmas Detour (2015)
Due to a snowstorm and a shortage of cars, a bride-to-be is forced to share a ride to New York City with a broken-hearted guy and a happily married couple. During the ride and the stops they make along the way, they learn about each other and interesting and unexpected things happen to all of them.
Christmas Next Door (2017)
A Bramble House Christmas (2017)
A nurse inherits $100,000 from a patient she cared for. His son is suspicious as to why she received this money and goes under cover to investigate. Eventually the nurse discovers his true identity and must decide whether to trust him after he apologizes and tries to win her friendship.
The Christmas Card (2006)
A soldier receives a Christmas card from a young woman who belongs to a church group that sends cards and letters to servicemen as a goodwill gesture. He gets R&R from the Army and decides to visit the town from which the card was sent. By accident he meets the young woman and her family and eventually gets a job in the family’s lumber business. He tells the owner about the card. He begins to fall in love the woman but she is involved in a long-standing relationship and gets engaged. The soldier decides to leave and leaves behind a Christmas gift for the family and a letter for the woman. This movie has a great ending which I will not reveal. I’ve seen this movie at least three or four times (I try to watch it each time it’s shown). One of the reasons is that the lumber business owner is played by Ed Asner (The Mary Tyler Moore Show) who is one of my favorite actors.
Keep checking the TV listings and try to catch these and many other Hallmark Christmas movies.
-posted by Dona, Acquisitions Services