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Our promo videos for the Rice Lake Public Library. You can find more videos by the library on their YouTube.
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Tag Archives: hallmark movies
Prince Leopold wants to marry his love, a seamstress from Philadelphia, but his mother has other ideas. Starring Lacey Chabert, Stephen Hagan, and Jane Seymour. This story just doesn’t seem that believable. The girlfriend is very ignorant of the traditions … Continue reading
When a community gardener loses her garden to a real estate developer, sparks fly. Starring Tamara Austin, Brianna Barrett, Jordan Bridges, and Sara Rue. I thought this film was going to be one of those Hallmark films that are just … Continue reading
When Mira’s April Fool jokes materialize, her fantasy life comes true. Although her fantasy life has its own challenges, she must decide if she wants her dream life or the life that makes her happy. Starring Jessica Szohr, Benjamin Hollingsworth, and Ryan … Continue reading
Samantha “Sam” Hart believes she found love with a friend request online only to find out it’s the man’s son she friended. Starring Erin Krakow, Ryan McPartlin, and Ian Andrew. This is a sweet Hallmark film with Hart realizing that she’s … Continue reading
Alice is meeting her future in-laws for Christmas. She heads out early and runs into who she thinks is her fiancé’s brother but discovers that she’s mixed up the families. Starring Alicia Witt, Mark Wiebe, and Lawrence Dane. This is one … Continue reading
Kim Tyler is planning the wedding of her dreams in her parents’ backyard, but her ex-husband keeps popping up visiting his parents who live next door. Starring Alicia Witt, Teddy Sears, and Markie Post. This Hallmark film dragged on and on. … Continue reading
A widow plans to skip the holiday festivities as they remind her of her late husband. Starring Kellie Martin, Cameron Mathison, and Jewel Staite. This hallmark film is one of the better ones. Here we have a grieving wife who doesn’t … Continue reading
A teenager’s spruce tree is chosen to be the National Tree at the White House. Starring Andrew McCarthy, Evan Williams, and Kari Matchett. This is one of those mediocre films from Hallmark. It isn’t the usual romance flick of the holiday … Continue reading
A city lawyer goes to his fiancee’s country home for the holidays. Starring Jeremy London, Dorie Barton, and James Gammon. This movie is different from Hallmark’s typical Christmas films. Here, we don’t watch the two characters fall in love; they’ve already … Continue reading
A firefighter breaks his leg and moves into a ground floor apartment with a single mother. Starring Alison Sweeney, Greg Vaughan, Edward Asner. This is one of Hallmark’s better romances with all the trademark elements. Quaint, cute and endearing, it could … Continue reading