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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

*Merry Mark-the-25th!* Hallmark's Christmas Movies This Week Remind Us Miracles Do Happen!



Merry *Mark the 25th* Day
of the Month, Everyone!

Here at "It's a Wonderful Movie" we highlight every 25th day of the month - TOGETHER! - as we Countdown to Christmas! You can also join along! March 25th marks 9 months until December 25th, Christmas day!

For all of you Christmas movie fans who wish to participate, simply pick something Christmassy to watch TODAY - on the 25th! It can be a Christmas movie, cartoon, family sitcom or anything you like. (There's only one stipulation - it must be family friendly.) Then, please share in comments below your Christmas choice for the day!

Will you watch one of the Hallmark Christmas movies airing this week or will you choose something else to honor the 25th? Please be sure to share in comments below.

Hopefully... the three Hallmark Christmas movies airing this week (or whatever Christmas movie you choose) will fill your heart with joy and peace!


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Hallmark Drama's
"Home for the Holidays"
classic Christmas movie feature is...
"A Nutcracker Christmas"
on Wednesday, March 25th at 9pm/8c..

image: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: A passionate ballet dancer whose talented career was cut short due to a family tragedy finds herself reunited with the dancer she once loved, yet walked away from eight years prior. Now, they must once again team up professionally in order to save a production of 'The Nutcracker.'



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Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
"Miracles of Christmas"
classic Christmas movie feature is
"A Christmas Miracle"
on Thursday, March 26th at 9pm/8c.

image: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: Ever-optimistic single mom Emma Sanderson is looking for a Christmas miracle to write about for the lifestyle magazine at which she has landed a temporary job. While following her lead on the story Emma discovers unexpected romance with a supportive colleague and takes it upon herself to bring about a Christmas miracle for a lonely street musician.



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Hallmark Channel's
"Countdown to Christmas"
classic Christmas movie feature is
"Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays"
on Friday, March 27th at 8pm/7c.

UPDATE: The schedule has been changed again! The Hallmark Channel is playing another Christmas movie marathon weekend - see revised schedule HERE!

image: Hallmark Crown Media

Storyline via Hallmark: World-traveler Harper returns to Memphis for the holidays and nannies for wealthy widower Owen while awaiting news about a job overseas. As they grow close, Harper encourages Owen to break out of his routine and spend more time with his children, while Owen encourages Harper to have confidence. Harper and Owen prepare for a joint event at Graceland featuring a fundraiser for Owen’s company and an Elvis at Christmas exhibit Harper is producing. They develop feelings for each other, Harper realizes how much she enjoys living near family and must decide if her home for the holidays will be her forever home.



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MY *Mark the 25th* PICK:

My personal pick to *Mark the 25th,* at this time of uncertainty during the coronavirus, is Hearts of Christmas! I chose this movie because it highlights our Doctors and Nurses, who are currently working night and day to provide medical care. God bless them. I will watch and pray and be thankful for their incredible service.

image: Hallmark Crown Media

I am also going to try to see all three Christmas movies Hallmark is playing this week. I just love the beautiful Nutcracker ballet scene in A Nutcracker Christmas. It reminds me of when my family and I attended this enchanting ballet when I was a little girl. Oh... what memories!

A Christmas Miracle and Christmas at Graceland: Home for the Holidays are both delightful, feel good Christmas, so I'm looking forward to re-watching both of them and singing along on Thursday and Friday night!

What is your Christmas movie pick to *Mark the 25th*? Please share in comments below...

Be sure to check my Christmas TV Schedule for even more Christmas movies airing in April!

Plus, if you haven't already, be sure to take a minute and vote for your favorite TV Mystery Movie - HERE!

Take care, Everyone...
Blessings to You All,
Net



10 comments:

  1. Asked to pick a miracle movie during this time of uncertainty and I would easily choose Once Upon a Christmas Miracle. It reminds us that selfless acts to help someone else can lead to beautiful things. Stay well and God bless.

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  2. I have A Shoe Addict’s Christmas on my DVR, so that was going to be my choice. But, you’re right Net, Hearts of Christmas is the perfect choice. ❤️πŸŽ„. Be kind and be safe everyone.

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  4. I agree with the Once upon A Christmas Miracle. It is a movie I have watched quite a bit and I will watch again and again.

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  5. I choose two to watch. Hearts of Christmas and Once upon a Christmas Miracle. Still hoping for Hearts of Christmas, and so many more, to come out on dvd. Hallmark has made a lot of good movies, but this is one on my favorites. Also hoping for Love in Paradise and Pearl in Paradise to come out on dvd. RG

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  6. I am slowly making my way through the 2019 New Hallmark Christmas movies. I'm really enjoying watching them now...especially now. Still have 21 more to go...haha. Next up on my list is "Nostalgic Christmas". I will be watching that one today. I have yet to see "A Christmas Miracle" so I will be watching that one in the very near future.

    Now, "A Nutcracker Christmas". I absolutely love that movie. Sometimes when I first see a movie it just hits all the right buttons and sends me into that lovely mix of strong emotions, delight, and wonderment of the magical that I am experiencing. "A Nutcracker Christmas" was one of those movies. I remember watching it at around 4 AM back in 2016 (Wow! that was four years ago already). I was up all night. I had my Christmas Tree lit. It was about a week from Christmas. I remember it moving me tremendously. When she sees her deceased Sister sitting in the audience at the very end of the movie that sent me on a one way ticket to Cry Land...haha...so moving.

    I had never really thought much of the Nutcracker Christmas play before that. I hadn't even saw it (unlike Net who beautifully described her memory of seeing it as a child). The music was nice but I really didn't associate the music to much at all before that. After seeing that movie that night I immediately found the music associated with the play and was swept up with all my emotions into Christmas wonderland that night, right before the sunset broke for a new day.

    Maybe even a little ashamed to admit it but I also remember while listening to that music I was kind of floating and spinning in circles in my living room like when I was a child spinning in the front yard on a beautiful warm breezy day. Just feeling the excitement of the moment.

    Oh yes, "A Nutcracker Christmas" has a very very special place in my heart. To this day I absolutely love the music. I have yet to see the play but am planning to go very soon. Needless to say I will also be keeping an eye on "A Nutcracker Christmas" tonight.

    I have said it many times Net but a special mention needs to be said again now. Coming to your blog now, Net, especially in these trying days, is one of the special and wonderful parts of my day. To even temporarily be swept away into this lovely world of God and wonderment that you have created is an absolute necessity. Thank you so much.

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  7. Joyce in CarolinaWednesday, March 25, 2020

    I'm with you Net! Hearts of Christmas is one of my favorites and I hadn't thought about how this movie would be honoring our dedicated medical workers at this trying time we are going through! I watch Hearts of Christmas quite often.

    I'm hoping HMM might give us a weekend of Christmas movies like HM did last week.
    Blessing my friend!

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  8. Well...since Net said we can pick any family friendly show, my pick is not Christmas-y, but it's "Crikey! It's the Irwins" on Animal Planet. I can't tell you what a delightful, beautiful, charming show this is. My daughter and I are hooked. We are major animal lovers. Bindi, who just got married, is absolutely adorable. God's gift of nature and animals is spectacular!!

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  9. Hearts of Christmas is perfect Net. Thank you for thinking of those working round the clock in our hospitals. they are the true heroes.

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  10. We need a Christmas miracle in March.

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