Watching Hallmark Movies over Break

By: Lilee Renninger

For many this holiday season, curling up on the couch and watching Hallmark movies is the best way to get in the Christmas spirit. There are so many Hallmark movies to watch during the holidays.

You could watch movies on the Hallmark channel, or even the Hallmark website (www.hallmark.com). According to the Southern Living website, the top five Hallmark movies are: Christmas Under Wraps, The Lost Valentine, A Royal Christmas, A Country Wedding, and When Calls The Heart Christmas. On Christmas day at 8:00 pm, the Hallmark channel will be showing When Calls The Heart Christmas. That’s the perfect time to curl up on the couch with your family after Christmas dinner to watch some movies.

The best thing about Hallmark movies is that they always have a happy ending, which means Hallmark movies are always good and will hardly ever make you sad. The Squire sat down with Megan Strausser, avid Hallmark movie fan, to ask her a few questions about Hallmark movies. Megan said that her favorite movie is, “A Cookie Cutter Christmas, because it’s a good Christmas movie and it gets you in the Christmas spirit and also, A Dog Named Christmas because it’s a good movie about a dog and a family.” Then, Megan went on to tell The Squire her favorite Hallmark actors, who are Candace Helaine Cameron or Lacy Chabert. To follow that, we asked how often she watches Hallmark movies, and Strausser said, “When I get the chance to and I even enjoy Christmas in July.” Strausser shared that the movies get her in the Christmas spirit “because they play holiday music and usually decorate for Christmas” while watching the movie.

This Christmas break there will be tons of time to watch Christmas movies! Curl up on the couch with a fuzzy blanket, hot chocolate, and your pets. If you’re not sure where to start, give the five top Hallmark movies suggested by The Squire a try. If you would like, you could even jump on the website to see what else Hallmark has to offer for you this Christmas.

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