Saturday, November 30, 2013

Let it Snow! Stay inside with Six New Christmas Movies on TV this Weekend!

The New Christmas Movies Premiering this Weekend
star Candace Cameron Bure, Bruce Boxleitner, Nicollette Sheridan,
Patrick Muldoon, and Many More, including Mandy Moore!
 
SATURDAY:
( November 30, 2013 )
 
Let It Snow
on the Hallmark Channel
 
When Falcon Resorts acquires family-owned Snow Valley Lodge from retiring owners Karla and Paul, driven executive Stephanie Beck (Candace Cameron Bure) must spend the week before Christmas in Maine, preparing a proposal on the property's renovations. Determined to impress Falcon's president, her detached father Ted, Stephanie reluctantly departs her warm Arizona home to immerse herself in the lodge's property and decide how to change it to... (click here to read more)
 
 
Dear Secret Santa
on Lifetime
 
After breaking up with her boyfriend, Jennifer (TATYANA ALI) moves back to the house she grew up in, bringing back memories of her recently deceased friend Jack (LAMORNE MORRIS). But after receiving a Christmas card from a secret admirer... (click here to read more)
 
 
 
SUNDAY:
( December 1, 2013 )
 
When competitive sports anchor Bruce Dalt (Bruce Boxleitner) gets in a scuffle with a ref at his son’s basketball game, he is suspended from his job and sentenced to community service — manning a red kettle and ringing bells for the Salvation Army for the rest of the Christmas season... (click here to read more)
 
 
The Christmas Spirit
on the Hallmark Channel
 
Charlotte Hart (Nicollette Sheridan), a distinguished journalist, is spending time with her family over the holidays when a real estate developer approaches their small town with quite an offer... (click here to read more)
 
 
Christmas in Conway
(Hallmark Hall of Fame)
ABC
 
The neighbors are not amused as the 100-foot-high mechanical monstrosity arises in the couple’s back yard. But love is in the air, and not just between Suzy and Duncan... (click here to read more)
 
 
 
Maya, a recently heartbroken pet supply employee, couldn’t have any less in common with her co-worker, Pat, who happens to be the company founder’s son. But, tasked with traveling across the country on a Christmastime social media tour for the company’s leading canine and most-prized possession, Scoots, fate finds a funny way to intervene. In their race against the clock, the two begin to... (click here to read more)
 
 
 
Please note: I haven't viewed any of these New Movies, yet,
so please check ratings before watching with your family.
 
I am, personally, most excited this weekend to see
 
What about you?
 
Let me know - which ones you plan to watch, or which ones you liked best!
 
for air times for these movies and more!
 
 

5 comments:

  1. It's not snowing, but I plan on watching a few of these! Thanks as always.

    Misty

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  2. I saw "Let it Snow" on Saturday Night - I personally enjoyed the movie.
    Seems, Candace Cameron Bure always picks the right movie for a holiday lift.
    Silver Bells however, is another story, there was another Silver Bells several years ago. Why choose the same title, when the first Silver Bells was a classic and so well done????

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  3. Congrats to Hallmark Channel for a whopping 38% increase in ratings!

    http://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/214412/amc-hallmark-top-cable-viewer-rises.html

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  4. My sister said Secret Santa was very good (but I read that it's basically a rip off on Lake House).

    Misty

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  5. Went through most of this weekend's films... Didn't watch Silver Bells because the description did nothing to me, but I am sure I will get to it in my post-holiday leftover-catchup (i.e when I miss holiday films so much I go back and see if there's anything I didn't watch).

    Let it snow was lovely - Candace Cameron Bure had exactly the right spirit for this movie and really liked her chemistry with the other lead actor. The ending was to be expected albeit a bit of a leap, or a 180 turn if you will. I'd definitely watch it again though.

    Holiday Road Trip had the right idea and a pretty grating execution.

    Dear Secret Santa had a combination of some great moments and some really stupid moments that I can do without. Having not watched the Lake House at least I didn't get a sense of deja vu, although I could get the idea from quite early on.

    The Christmas Spirit was sometimes overly cheesy, in the way in which some characters were depicted and the general reaction to everything that was going on, which was slightly too over top for my cheese containing abilities. Having said that, the two leads bounced really well of one another and I really enjoyed seeing it build.

    Christmas in Conway - exactly what you can expect, but good at what it does. Don't forget your tissues.

    Is it next weekend yet?

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