Christmas 2021 Movie Recommendations #3

I have been watching at least a couple of Christmas or holiday movies a week so I have even more recommendations for you today! I have three amazing Hallmark movies and one from GAC. I also watched my first Hanukkah movie and I loved it.Christmas 2021 Movie Recommendations #3Making Spirits Bright (Hallmark Channel)

"A man and a warm from rival families try to mend their respective fathers decade-old feud. They soon find romance along the way as they complete in a holiday decorating contest."

Any Hallmark movie Taylor Cole is in I will watch and I loved this one! It's definitely one of my favourites of the year and I loved the family aspect. It has all of the ingredients for the perfect Hallmark Christmas movie and Carlo Marks is quickly becoming one of my favourite actors on Hallmark. I love him in Chesapeake Shores so I am happy to see him getting more leading roles in their movies. 

Unexpected Christmas (Hallmark Channel) 

"A speech writer makes a deal with his ex-girlfriend to pretend they are a couple to save his family's Christmas. It's not long before both the ruse and their feelings catch up with them."

I have loved Bethany Joy Lenz since I was a teenager when she was Haley in One Tree Hill. She is a fantastic actress and this movie was a whole lot of fun. I don't actually watch that many second chance romance, enemies to lovers type of Hallmark movies so it made a fun change! 

Eight Gifts of Hanukkah (Hallmark Channel)

"An anonymous suitor sends optometrist Sara a gift for each night of Hanukkah, and on her journey to find her secret admirer, she learns her one true love might be someone she never expected."

It's extremely rare that I will cry at a holiday movie but this one made me cry. And while it isn't technically a Christmas movie, it's included in the slate for Countdown for Christmas and I had to include it! This is one of my new favourite Hallmark movies and I hope Inbar does more as I adore her, I believe everything she acts and says from Hallmark movies to Eve in Lucifer. 

Jingle Bell Princess (GAC)

"Stranded in Tucker, Maine, Princess Jasmine Arcelus finds herself drawn into the lives of twin 9-year-old girls and their widowed father, Sam, during the holidays."

GAC are new to the TV movie game but they are killing it! This is just like a Hallmark or Lifetime movie and I really enjoyed it! Both actors have been in Hallmark movies as well as you will probably already know them if you watch these types of movies. I loved the royal aspect and it had such a cosy vibe. 



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