Valentine’s Day is approaching, and one of our favorite ways to celebrate is to stay in and watch a romantic movie on Netflix. There are several ways to make a home date night (or a Valentine’s Day celebration with friends) seem as memorable as a lavish evening out. One of those is watching extremely romantic Hallmark movies.
Listed below are 6 Hallmark movies that you can watch this Valentine’s.
The Lost Valentine
Jennifer Love Hewitt, Betty White, and Sean Faris feature in The Lost Valentine, a 2011 Hallmark Hall of Fame made-for-television drama film. It is based on James Michael Pratt’s novel of the same name, which was originally known as The Last Valentine and was a New York Times and USA Today bestseller in 1998. Betty White was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Miniseries or Television Movie in December 2011 for her work.
A Royal Christmas
Lacey Chabert, Stephen Hagan, and Jane Seymour feature in the 2014 American holiday romance television film A Royal Christmas, directed by Alex Zamm and starring Lacey Chabert, Stephen Hagan, and Jane Seymour. The film is about a young American seamstress from Philadelphia whose lover exposes himself to be a royal prince and heir to the throne of Cordinia. It was written by Janeen Damian, Michael Damian, Neal H. Dobrofsky, and Tippi Dobrofsky. To the Queen’s dismay, he brings her to his country with the intention of marrying her. A Royal Christmas is a Hallmark Channel original film that premiered on the network on November 21, 2014.
A Country Wedding
A Country Wedding is a 2015 American-Canadian created romantic drama film featuring Jesse Metcalfe, Autumn Reeser, and Lauren Holly and directed by Anne Wheeler. On June 27, 2015, it debuted on Hallmark Channel. The movie’s plot centres around A country music artist returns to his little town in Texas where he grew up to sell his family’s old house a few weeks before his highly spectacular wedding to a renowned actress. There, he meets Sarah, a cowgirl who runs a small ranch, a childhood buddy. He rediscovers the joy of the little things in life with her, something he had forgotten about.
The film’s narrative revolves on two main characters. Annie (Jill Wagner) and Ben (Colin Egglesfield) elope with grandiose aspirations to escape their little Iowan town. Their plans to move to the big city are thwarted, however, when Annie’s parents have the marriage annulled, and Annie returns to Iowa to help her family. They discover their annulment was never finalized fifteen years later, when Annie is engaged in Iowa and Ben is engaged in New York. Annie and Ben get back together to finalize their divorce, but they start daydreaming about what may have been if they had stayed together. Annie and Ben must determine if their previous love may possibly be their destiny future as romantic impulses revive.
All Of My Heart
The theme of the sweat romance is when a young caterer inherits a rural estate, she discovers she must share it with a Wall Street trader concerned with his job. These polar opposites do not first appeal, but their sentiments begin to shift as they are forced to work together to restore their recently acquired property.
Chance At Romance
Samantha, a young woman who has been disappointed by her failed blind dates, walks into a photography show and meets and likes the photographer. She sends him a message via email. The photographer’s son, however, intercepts the email and assumes his father’s identity to set up a date for his widower father since he dislikes his father’s blonde manager and is afraid she may become his stepmother. Samantha is invited by the son under his father’s name. When Samantha arrives, the identity theft is, of course, discovered, and she turns back and attempts to return home. Their fate, though, may yet hold some surprising twists and turns.