UPDATED 12-28-09: DVR ALERT: FIVE OF THE BEST MOVIES ON HALLMARK CHANNEL YOU’LL EVER SEE…

Posted on December 26, 2009. Filed under: Inspirational..., TV and Radio..., UPDATED POSTS... |

 

UPDATED:  Monday, December 28, 2009 6:15 PM (My original post follows my update)

If you’re wondering why I haven’t posted anything recently, it’s because I’m purposely tuning out Obama and his maggots for awhile so I can enjoy my time with family and friends.  After New Year’s Day, I’ll get back to the grindstone.  In the meantime, please feel free to read my previous posts as they’re quite the eye openers.
There are so many great stories on The Hallmark Channel and I really urge you to kick back and relax with your family and friends and watch them.  It’s a nice vacation away from the crap we’re dealing with on a daily basis (think Obama and his radical agendas).  That’s enough to deflate anyone’s plastic lawn ornaments.  Anyway, there’s another movie I urge you to watch.  It stars Gary Sinise (from CSI:  NY) and Joely Richardson.  The movie is called “Fallen Angel” and it’s on The Hallmark Channel on Wednesday, December 30th at 4:00 PM.  It could be on at other times so check the schedule I posted below.  It’s about a high-powered Los Angeles lawyer who returns to his deceased father’s home in Maine where he is reunited with his past.  It’s a great movie as all the others I list here.  Watch them and get reacquainted with the way we were before the government complicated our lives with political correctness and needless interferences.  Hope you all have a Safe and Happy New Year…
 
QueenBee

 

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If you only have time to watch one movie, make it Silent Night”Silent Night is based on a true story about a young mother (Linda Hamilton from TV’s “Beauty and the Beast” and the Terminator series) and son who find shelter in a cabin in Germany during WWII’s Battle of the Bulge on Christmas Eve of 1944.  Soon she finds that three German soldiers and three American soldiers also need a place to spend the night.  She invites them in, providing they leave their hostilities at the door.  Here’s the schedule on the Hallmark Channel (check your local listings)…
 
Saturday, December 26, 2009     8-10:00 AM ET
      ”           ”      ”      ”     10:00 PM – 12:00 Midnight ET
 
It’s only on December 26th so set your DVRs.  I’m telling you, this is one of the best movies I’ve seen (three other movies below; one you can view now while it’s available)…

 

 
If you want to watch another really good movie to get away from the stress of the news, watch “Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”.  It’s on the Hallmark Channel, Thursday, December 31, 2009 8-10:00 PM ET.  Set your DVR or watch it now (while it’s still available)…
 
“The Most Wonderful Time of the Year”
Starring Henry Winkler and Brooke Burns

For one working woman, Christmas has become the most frustrating time of the year. When all she’s looking forward to is the end of the holidays, the perfect stranger arrives and reminds her what the “Season of Giving” is all about.
  
Christmas is the time Christians celebrate the birth of the Baby Jesus who grew up to feed the hungry, comfort the sick and bring hope of a better future to millions.  Whatever your faith, the holiday seasonwhich includes the Jewish celebration of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lightsembraces the belief in miracles and God’s love.  In the best American tradition, the nation celebrates the generosity of the human spirit in trying times.  A movie called “A Season For Miracles” is about the generosity of the human spirit in its highest form.  A miracle occurs for a homeless family consisting of two wayward children and their protective aunt with the help of an angel.  Here’s the schedule on the Hallmark Channel (check your local listings)…

 
Monday, December 28, 2009     6-8:00 PM ET
Tuesday, December 29, 2009    12-2:00 PM ET
 
Don’t forget about the two movies I told you about not too long ago…one called “A Christmas Visitor”, about an unexpected visitor who enters the lives of two grieving parents to help them remember the joys of Christmas after they lose their son in Desert Storm.  It’s still on The Hallmark Channel for one more day on Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at 4-6:00 PM ET.  Don’t miss it!
 
The other is “The Christmas Card”.  Moved by an anonymous Christmas card sent to the front lines of Afghanistan, lonely career militarist Captain Cody Cullen travels to the small town of Nevada City to meet the card’s sender.  Here’s the schedule on the Hallmark Channel (check your local listings)…

 
Saturday, December 26, 2009   10:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET
    ”            ”       ”     ”       8-10:00 PM ET
Thursday, December 31, 2009    6-8:00 PM ET
 
 
We need to embrace what’s good in this world instead of focusing on what’s bad.  Too much stress will take years off your life, but viewing movies like these will not only add years to your life, but will enhance it in a very positive way.  That’s the reason I’m posting this information here…not for my health, but for yours.  Do yourself a favor and have a few great movie nights at home instead of going out and save yourself a lot of money…money that you probably don’t even have.  Every one of our friends who have viewed these movies with us over the past month have raved about them and now they have a different outlook.  Watch these movies and your attitude will change as well, and so will the way you approach life, I assure you…
 
Merry Christmas!
 
QueenBee
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