Friday, December 5, 2014

Gather the Family... 7 CHRISTMAS MOVIES premiere this Weekend on TV!


I love December, when there are so many Christmas movies on TV... we have to lay out a precise exact plan and tightly configure how we can possibly see them all! Thankfully, it's always doable, if we stick close to our schedules, and watch out for repeat airings!

Which movies below will you & your family be watching this weekend?

December 6, 2014 Saturday

Hallmark Channel, Saturday at 8 PM/7c.
 
 
via Hallmark-- "When guardian angel Harry Mills (Morrow) arrives on Earth for the first time, he's got a lot to learn about life as a human. But this miracle worker-in-training ignores the advice of his heavenly mentor, Celeste (Harrison), to eagerly take on his first assignment"... click here to read more
Lifetime, Saturday at 8 PM/7c.
 
 
via Lifetime: Based on the New York Times best-selling Christmas novel by Wally Lamb comes the new Christmas classic, starring Molly Ringwald and featuring Chevy Chase as the narrator. Set in the 1960s, "Wishin’ and Hopin’" is the story of 10-year-old Felix Funicello (Wyatt Ralff), who is doing his best to... click here to read more!

ABC Family, Saturday at 9 PM/8c.
*Cable Network Premiere
 
 
'So how does Santa deliver all those presents in one night?' The answer: Santa's exhilarating, ultra-high-tech operation hidden beneath the North Pole. But this year, Santa's son Arthur has an urgent mission... click here to read more!

 
December 7, 2014 Sunday 
 
UP, Sunday at 7 PM/6c.
 
via UP-- In the sequel to last year’s popular UP Original Movie Marry Me For Christmas, it’s a year after Marci (Malinda Williams) and Blair (Karon Riley) declared their love for each other and decided to tie the knot. But as the big day approaches, Marci is... click here to read more
 
Hallmark Channel, Sunday at 8 PM/7c.
 

via Hallmark-- With Christmas approaching, a struggling single mom finds herself working as a department store Santa Claus, as a real-life guardian angel shows up to deliver... click here to read more!
 
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, Sunday at 9 PM/8c.
 
 
When a struggling young single mother saves the life of an elderly woman, she sets into motion a series of events that will test her strength, loyalty, and determination, all the while setting her on the path to finding... click here to read more!
 
 
ION, Sunday at 9 PM/8c.
 
 
via ION-- When misleading photos are published of security company chief Jessie Rogers purportedly caught in a love nest with his rock star client, his humiliated wife, Noƫlle, throws him out of the house and swiftly files for divorce. Unable to convince her of... click here to read more!
 
 
Christmas Classics: 
There are also some classics airing this weekend, that you may not want to miss... including "It's a Wonderful Life" on Saturday Night and "I Love Lucy Christmas + the Job Switching Episode in Color" on CBS Sunday night.
 
 
I hope You ENJOY all the "JOYs of CHRISTMAS"!

See these Movies and More in the
Christmas TV Schedule!
 
 
Have a Wonderful Weekend, Everyone!
 
MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

9 comments:

  1. Thanks for the round up of movies!

    Can't believe after next week there won't be any more new ones from Hallmark! Time flies so fast.

    Misty

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    1. I so agree.... Time is definitely flying!!! Wasn't it just Thanksgiving? Let's hold on to every precious moment!

      You're right.... Not too many more movies to go!

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  2. I feel like I'm in a whirlwind this year with so many great new Christmas movies to watch. I hope I can catch all of them!! Beautiful banner, Net, and thanks for your constant updates. God bless you and Merry Christmas to you and yours!!

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    1. Thank you! Glad you liked the banner - I may have changed it up a bit more since you've commented. I feel very much like I'm in that same whirlwind Linda - trying to not miss anything and hold onto each precious moment with family - because that truly is the gift God has given us!

      God bless and a very Happy, Merry Christmas to you & yours, as well!!! :)

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  3. I still can't believe how truly awful the movie, "One Christmas Eve," starring Anne Heche was. One of the worst Christmas movies I have ever seen. I had high hopes for this as it was under the Hallmark Hall of Fame banner but it was absolutely nothing like past Hallmark Hall of Fame presentations. I will watch almost any Christmas movie, even the ones hat aren't that great and I could barely get through thirty minutes of this movie. What a huge disappointment. I'm not sure what Hallmark was thinking releasing this as a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie. Anyone else agree or disagree?

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    1. Oh my, REALLY? Because my family absolutely loved it! We can't wait to see it every time it is replayed, too. So funny!!! It's great to have a Hallmark Hall of Fame movie that puts a smile on our faces!

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  4. You missed the point. There were lessons to be learned. (1) No such thing as a "perfect" Christmas. (2) The truth, above all, brings peace. (3) Gifts of meaning, given, are the most perfect gifts. (4) Friends come in all sizes, ages, genders and ethnic back rounds. I laughed, cried and felt some fear. Please watch the movie again and see what you did miss.

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    1. Thank you, Linda... I liked how you detailed the finer points in the film. As I was watching, I thought it was so fun to have absolutely no idea where the story might lead next!

      Although it is rather hilarious, there is a deeper meaning, as you mentioned... there is no such thing as a "perfect" Christmas. I believe that is the very same lesson learned in Lampoons, as well.

      Of course, the movie is unique, and we all have unique and differing opinions about every movie. So, whether anyone likes "One Christmas Eve" or not... there are certainly lots more movies to choose from and enjoy!

      Merry Christmas!!!

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  5. Merry Ex-Mas was terrible! Perhaps the worst made-for-TV Christmas movie I've ever seen. ... Or almost seen, as I turned it off after making it less than halfway through. Dean Cain, star of so many actually GOOD Christmas movies, looked bloated and downright creepy here. And the weird "friend with benefits" actress and her giant plastic, ahem, assets, which were CONSTANTLY on display, were wildly inappropriate for what should have been a family Christmas movie. The premise had such promise and there were actual known actors in it too, but the execution was just abysmal!

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