Wednesday, June 16, 2021

HALLMARK CHANNEL'S NEW MOVIES in JULY - Crashing Through the Snow & Love, For Real - with Pictures! SEE HERE:



It's a mix of Summer and Winter this July on the Hallmark Channel with TWO all new movie premieres, with some familiar actors from Hallmark and some new faces. See all the details below...


NEW MOVIE PREMIERES in JULY:

"CHRISTMAS IN JULY" on the Hallmark Channel:

Crashing Through the Snow

Starring: Amy Acker, Warren Christie, Brooke Nevin and Kristian Bruun





"Crashing Through the Snow" Premieres: Saturday, July 10, 2021 at 9 p.m. PT/ET.

Storyline: Maggie and Sam are crashing Christmas. When he proposes they team up against his sister's perfect Christmas, neither of them are prepared for the blended family challenges that lie ahead.


Reviews:

🎄 "I think Crashing Through the Snow is hilarious Christmas movie" ~Anonymous

🎄 "I agree, Anonymous, it was funny, but it was a very sticky situation. I loved Warren Christie and Amy Acker together - I hope they are paired for other Hallmark movies. Maybe a sequel? I'll get this DVD if it ever is released." ~Namegirl

🎄 "Crashing Through the Snow was definitely different. It didn't feel like a Hallmark movie to be honest. I didn't know what to expect when I saw the preview and the poster for it. I do love the chemistry between Maggie and Sam. The unique Hallmark storyline made it fun and refreshing to watch. If I had to be picky.. I just thought a seemingly perfect woman like Kate was too good to be true, especially how she just invited Maggie to come along to vacation and spend Christmas together. They did a great job portraying the friendly relationship between Maggie and Jeff... which really is a unicorn these days for ex husband and wife to get along so well and have that kind of relationship. It's a 'too good to be true' situation for a blended family. All those aside, I really did enjoy watching it. It tackled the issue of divorce and parent re-marrying. Overall, family friendly.. no issues that I noticed. The only thing is if you have young kiddos watching, the hot spring scene might be something you don't see a lot in Hallmark, ha! I wouldn't call it steamy or sexy, but it did cross my mind when I was watching it. This might be just me though since our family is borderline prude, haha. That scene really had such a dreamy and romantic setting, though and made me want to go to Aspen! I definitely would love to see Amy Acker and Warren Christie in more Hallmark movies." ~CH Mom

🎄 "Watched Crashing Through the Snow and absolutely loved it. Hope it comes out on dvd soon. Saw that the 12 Gifts of Christmas is going to be on. We like that one a lot too and hope for it to come out on dvd. Still hoping that there will be some Christmas in July Christmas movie releases." ~RG

🎄 "I know many liked this one, but it just wasn’t for me. Marriage should be sacred, honored and respected. In this movie marriage was portrayed as something casual and hey, if you don’t feel that spark, then just get divorced, be friends and find someone else. The whole movie just felt awkward and odd – I mean, we have two exes vacationing together – the ex-husband with his serious girlfriend, and the ex-wife, who is struggling to fit in with her own daughters – starts falling for the girlfriend’s brother. Talk about complicated. I like most of the actors in this movie from other Hallmark films, especially Warren Christie, and there was some cute conversation and banter, but… the movie seemed to give an almost fairytale “Hallmark-esque” version of divorce. I’ve personally seen family members go through divorce and it was tough, heartbreaking, and completely devastating. The Bible tells us with marriage - “the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.” (Mark 10:8) Ultimately, “God hates divorce.” (Malachi 2:16) I didn’t like the way the movie took divorce so casually, as if it was no big deal – just move on to the next relationship. It takes two to get married and typically, only one to break the vow. Marriage is a serious lifetime commitment, but I didn’t feel it was taken seriously, at all, in this movie. Brooke Nevin’s character – as the potential new step-mom, acted almost like a Stepford wife, trying to do everything perfectly and say all the right things. It was nauseating, to say the least. This movie is not a keeper for me. My heart breaks for any one, any children or family members who have had to deal with the pain of divorce. Please know, “The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” (Psalm 34:18)" ~Net




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*SUMMER NIGHTS* returns on the Hallmark Channel:


Love, For Real

Starring: Chloe Bridges, Scott Michael Foster, Corbin Bleu, Taiana Tully and Karen Malina-White




Premieres: Saturday, July 31, 2021 at 9 p.m. PT/ET.


Storyline: Hayley and her best friend Bree go on a reality dating show to publicize her fashion line, but nothing goes as planned when love, friendship, and careers are on the line.





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So... what do you think of these NEW upcoming movies for July?

Please note: If you'd like to post a review on whether a film is family-friendly, please share in comments.


Blessings, Net



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16 comments:

  1. Crashing thru the Snow for me. It has Chris from Snowed Inn Christmas. Still love that movie. Happy to see Amy A and Brooke Nevin. Love for Real looks blah. Hoping we may finally see the Christie Wil Wolf movies she did that said they were for hallmark, like Kite Festival, Love is Trending, there is only 5 weeks open til Fall Harvest. There are a lot of movies out there I was hoping we would see.

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    1. Sabrina, Same here - I was hoping we would see some of those titles you mentioned too! There seems to be a lot of movies out there that don't have a home, yet, that we are aware of... like "Colors of Love" with Chad Michael Murray and Jessica Lowndes and MANY Reel One movies, like "Love on the Road" with Erin Cahill and Jesse Hutch, "Love Stories in Sunflower Valley" with Erin Cahill and Marcus Rosner, and lots more! They really are rolling them out quickly! Hope we see some of these either on UP or Hallmark - soon!

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  2. Which Christmas movies are you looking forward seeing in July?

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    1. Chris, There are a lot of classic Christmas movies I'm personally looking forward to watching in July. I'll just name some of them...

      A Joyous Christmas
      A Glenbrooke Christmas
      Holiday Engagement
      A Princess for Christmas
      A Little Christmas Charm
      A Veteran's Christmas
      Hearts of Christmas
      and many, MANY MORE!!!

      How about you, Chris? Which ones are you hoping to see???

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  3. Do not care for the shows that Amy Acker is in and well the other I am unsure about.

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  4. Sorry but the casting for Love For Real is not exciting me. - Florence

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  5. Crashing Through The Snow is sounds interesting and it has some favorite actors. Love, For Real doesn't really interest me. I'm skipping this one. Never watched The Bachelor or Survivor.

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  6. These movies do not appeal to me. I don't watch a lot of TV, but when I do, I want to feel like my time wasn't wasted. Hallmark has gotten into a mode of less than "quality" movies. Quantity over quality!

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  7. I just don't care for the storyline for the first one.

    I like the second one better, because it has a multiple people storyline.

    Misty

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  8. Christmas movie has a good cast.

    d

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  9. Will Hallmark Channel play Crashing through the Snow during the Holiday season which will be Countdown to Christmas which probably starts a week before Halloween in 2021?

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    1. Not sure, Chris. We don't know which Christmas movies will be included this upcoming Holiday season on the Hallmark Channel, Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, or Hallmark Drama... most likely airing late October through December, or possibly early January.

      Some Christmas movies may also be moved to their streaming service. We'll have to wait and see.

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  10. Are there 2nd The Glenbrooke Christmas
    It’s took a place in Maui, HI

    That’s where Alexa & Carlos PenaVega live

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  11. Crashing Through the Snow was definitely different. It didn't feel like a Hallmark movie to be honest. I didn't know what to expect when I saw the preview and the poster for it. I do love the chemistry between Maggie and Sam. The unique Hallmark storyline made it fun and refreshing to watch. If I had to be picky.. I just thought a seemingly perfect woman like Kate was too good to be true, especially how she just invited Maggie to come along to vacation and spend Christmas together. They did a great job portraying the friendly relationship between Maggie and Jeff... which really is a unicorn these days for ex husband and wife to get along so well and have that kind of relationship. It's a 'too good to be true' situation for a blended family. All those aside, I really did enjoy watching it. It tackled the issue of divorce and parent re-marrying. Overall, family friendly.. no issues that I noticed. The only thing is if you have young kiddos watching, the hot spring scene might be something you don't see a lot in Hallmark, ha! I wouldn't call it steamy or sexy, but it did cross my mind when I was watching it. This might be just me though since our family is borderline prude, haha. That scene really had such a dreamy and romantic setting, though and made me want to go to Aspen! I definitely would love to see Amy Acker and Warren Christie in more Hallmark movies.

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    1. CH Mom, Thank you for this great review for "Crashing Through the Snow." I'm midway thru watching and have had the same feeling you mentioned - it doesn't feel like Hallmark. Maybe it's the extra flirting or something, I don't know, but it definitely feels different. And, the upcoming movie, "Love, For Real," doesn't seem to have the typical Hallmark vibe either, in my opinion.

      Anyway... I added your review above. I so appreciate (as always!) you taking the time to share!

      Blessings on your day! :)

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  12. My Review - Crashing Through the Snow:

    "I know many liked this one, but it just wasn’t for me. Marriage should be sacred, honored and respected. In this movie marriage was portrayed as something casual and hey, if you don’t feel that spark, then just get divorced, be friends and find someone else. The whole movie just felt awkward and odd – I mean, we have two exes vacationing together – the ex-husband with his serious girlfriend, and the ex-wife, who is struggling to fit in with her own daughters – starts falling for the girlfriend’s brother. Talk about complicated. I like most of the actors in this movie from other Hallmark films, especially Warren Christie, and there was some cute conversation and banter, but… the movie seemed to give an almost fairytale “Hallmark-esque” version of divorce. I’ve personally seen family members go through divorce and it was tough, heartbreaking, and completely devastating. The Bible tells us with marriage - “the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.” (Mark 10:8) Ultimately, “God hates divorce.” (Malachi 2:16) I didn’t like the way the movie took divorce so casually, as if it was no big deal – just move on to the next relationship. It takes two to get married and typically, only one to break the vow. Marriage is a serious lifetime commitment, but I didn’t feel it was taken seriously, at all, in this movie. Brooke Nevin’s character – as the potential new step-mom, acted almost like a Stepford wife, trying to do everything perfectly and say all the right things. It was nauseating, to say the least. This movie is not a keeper for me. My heart breaks for any one, any children or family members who have had to deal with the pain of divorce. Please know, “The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” (Psalm 34:18)" ~Net

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