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A Wish For Christmas (2016)
Lacey spent the whole movie hiding her baby bump behind purses, boxes, tables, overcoats, etc.
Poinsettias for Christmas (2018)
The romance needed some fertilizer
Poinsettia blooms aren't the only thing not blooming here. Romantic chemistry between the leads was nowhere until the reveal just before the closing credits.
And was the TV show host supposed to be the romantic rival??
Over The Moon In Love (2019)
At least they can sing
HMC movies that are produced by the star tend to disappoint, and this one was no exception. Some are saved by great on-location views; this was not.
Star/writer/producer Jessica Lowndes mixed parts of "Royal Matchmaker" with "Cyrano". The concept had potential, but the end result was mostly flat and forced.
Wes Brown, as always, does his best to convey a real interest in his leading lady. But Ms. Lowndes hasn't learned that skill. So the movie seemed to be simply an indulgence for the star/writer/producer.
Best of the series, which clearly isn't over
This is my favorite of the first five in this series (with a sixth sure to come based on how the movie ended). There were very few Hallmark Hook anecdotes (no 30-min-to-go-crisis, etc.). The characters unfolded naturally. The main couple, and marital couple, had chemistry. There was an important message in a speech near the end. Well done, HC!
A Shoe Addict's Christmas (2018)
Candace Cameron Bure produced this Hallmark Channel movie, and was as good a vehicle for her as the "twins switching lives" a few years ago. Candace never looked prettier than she does in "Shoes". The thing most lacking was genuine chemistry with the male lead.
A Christmas in Tennessee (2018)
Not a single Tennessee accent to be found. The only things that connected this movie to Tennessee were the standard weather alert blizzard's-closing-the-airport scene and a snippet of "Another Tennessee Christmas" (o.p.b. Amy Grant).