Posts

Showing posts with the label Boyfriends of Christmas Past

Hallmark Knocks It Out of the Park With "Five More Minutes"

Image
Five More Minutes Plot Summary A woman's Christmas wish is answered in unexpected ways when her late grandfather's journal turns up and reveals an untold romance.  Starring :  Nikki DeLoach and David Haydn-Jones Image:  Crown Media Five More Minutes Achieves the Hallmark Gold Standard Hallmark was once synonymous with good storytelling and clean movies you could immerse yourself in to escape the cares and stresses of this world. When Wonya Lucas took over as Crown Media CEO, fans noticed an immediate an unwelcome shift.  As if we aren't confronted with politics at every turn already, Hallmark began weaving political talking points into their movies, such as feminine empowerment, racial diversity, homosexuality, and social "justice" issues.  Hallmark is no longer a safe space where you can let down your guard.  If you possess conservative values, you must now filter the movies and ignore the agenda behind the scripts or change the channel when the usual wokeness

"Boyfriends of Christmas Past" Is a Fun Story Ruined by Bad Casting

Image
Boyfriends of Christmas Past Plot Summary Leading up to Christmas, Lauren is visited by the ghosts of four ex-boyfriends.  She must learn to open her heart or risk losing her best friend, Nate. Starring :  Catherine Haena Kim and Raymond Ablack  Released:  2021 Image:  Crown Media Unique Twist on a Classic A Christmas Carol has been retooled countless times through the years to give a classic story a modern twist.  Sometimes, this has resulted in cringe-worthy reproductions, and other times, the viewer has been pleasantly surprised. Boyfriends of Christmas Past   is based on a novel by Edie Grace, and the story is fun.  Imagine your past loves coming back to help you with hindsight so you don't ruin another relationship. (affiliate link) Unfortunately, Hallmark ruins a delightful and creative story by basing their casting choices on affirmative action instead of talent and audience appeal.  We are left with a Skittle-studded cast that makes no sense and distracts from the st

Popular posts from this blog

Did MacFarlane & Patterson Really Play Their Instruments in "Chateau Christmas?" Find Out!

"A Timeless Christmas" Reveals Something We Suspected About Ryan Paevey...

It's No Wonder Hallmark's "Christmas Waltz" Was the #1 Most Watched Original Movie Premiere for 2020!