Friday, October 25, 2019

Check Inn to Christmas - a Hallmark Channel Countdown to Christmas Movie starring Rachel Boston, Wes Brown and Richard Karn!


Movie: Check Inn to Christmas

Network: Hallmark Channel

Original Air Date: November 26, 2019

*Please Note: The New Premiere Date!

*Part of Hallmark Channel's 10th Anniversary of Countdown to Christmas!


Rachel Boston ... Julia Crawley
Wes Brown ... Ryan Mason
Tim Reid ... Blake
Richard Karn ... Tim
Charla Bocchicchio ... Sandra
John Forker ... Hot Chocolate Vendor / Wreath Making Vendor
Anna Daines ... Lexi


Storyline via Hallmark: Julia Crawley and Ryan Mason must unite their families during Crestridge's Centennial Christmas celebration in order to save their family inns from a chain resort.

When New York City lawyer Julia Crawley returns to her Rocky Mountain hometown and her family’s lovely inn for the holidays, she finds herself at the center of a generations-old feud with the family that runs the town’s other inn. As the ongoing competition between the two inns escalates, “forbidden” romance blossoms between Julia and Roger Mason, whose family runs the inn that is her family’s big competitor.

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*images via: Hallmark Crown Media Family Networks
Credit: ©2019 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Fred Hayes


  1. Replies
    1. Me too, Denise! The pictures are all so wonderful of Rachel & Wes - they are soooo cute together! :)

  2. I was watching H&F; Rachel Boston’s Grandma is in the movie: Check Inn Christmas

    Danica McKellar’s Mom & her Son; Draco are in fad movie: Christmas at Dollywood

    1. I love when they do that! How fun! I know Danica has included her mother & son in the background (as extras) in many of her Hallmark movies! Paul Greene's mother has also done the same thing! Wouldn't that be so fun to include your family! :)

  3. This was high on my "must see" list".

    Maybe I expected too much from two of my favourite Hallmark actors but I really didn't feel great chemistry between them.

    The movie seemed to concentrate more on the feud between the two families rather than the romance and there actually didn't seem that much animosity between them

  4. Anonymous - I agree. I "checked out" of "Checked Inn" pretty quickly - it was mostly just dull for my taste.

  5. I kind of agree with Anonymous and Amy, BUT, on the other hand, I ended up loving this movie! The whole plot line about the feud was rather thin and silly and lackluster. Yet, I loved the cozy, family-centered, warm-fuzzy feel of this movie. And I absolutely adore Rachel and Wes, so I would probably like any movie they're in. And I kind of liked the low-key, more realistic, aspect of their romance; I get bored/annoyed with too much of the sappy, our-shoulders-brushed-so-now-I've-got-the-tingly-shivers, look-into-my-eyes-and-see-fireworks-so-let's-get-married-immediately nonsense (I can only handle so much of that sugar-coated stuff :)).

    This movie is not going to win any awards, but it was definitely family friendly and cute.

  6. I think this movie miscast the main actors. Not because they weren't good together but because the script seemed intended for two characters in their early twenties. For this reason the movie didn't flow as much as I would have liked!


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