Monday, October 14, 2019

My Favorite Hallmark Couples Reviewed

Hallmark has become synonymous with the light romantic comedy with a family friendly happy ending - is that a bad thing?


Ah yes, I have seen quite a few Hallmark movies and through the years a few actors have hit upon a winning chemistry and their movies spurred sequels. Yes, Hallmark fans are aware the story lines are romantic, perhaps formulatic. Long lost loves reuniting is a frequent theme - and we are ok with that! Opposites attract and fall in love - and we are ok with that! The commoner and the royalty fall in love at the palace - and we are ok with that!

Enjoy a few of my favorite Hallmark couples and series; bookmark these movies for a nice two hours of happy entertainment.

Lacey Chabert And Brennan Elliott

The All My Heart series:

This duo have been dubbed the Hepburn And Tracy of The Hallmark Channel and their chemistry and comedic timing are evident. The All Of My Heart series began when both inherited a run down country inn; although neither knew each other prior to the inheritance.

Different worlds and different goals collide as they decide to renovate the home into a Bed And Breakfast.

Travel along their humorous journey of inn renovation when roommates turn into soulmates.

 All Of My Heart
All Of My Heart: Inn Love
All Of My Heart: The Wedding

and now teaming together on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Channel in Crossword Mysteries.

Jack Wagner And Josie Bissett


Seventeen years after Melrose Place and this duo has teamed up for The Wedding March Hallmark movies.

Mick (Jack Wagner) and Olivia (Josie Bissett) are college sweethearts who unexpectedly meet when Olivia's daughter books her wedding at Mick's charming country inn. Of course Olivia's daughter had no idea of their history and the inevitable sparks of unresolved sweethearts begin to fly.

Once again it is the chemistry that is difficult to ignore as the romance progresses. The quips and banter is witty and natural just as one would expect with long time friends and former co-workers.

The Wedding March Series
The Wedding March:
The Wedding March 2: Resorting To Love
The Wedding March 3: Here Comes The Bride
The Wedding March 4: Something Old, Something New

Rachael Leigh Cook And Brendan Penny

Enter the gorgeous scenery of wine country as this couple navigates competing family run wineries and learning to love their craft and each other along the way.

 The In the Vineyard series highlights the witty banter, competitive humor and likability of the couple.

Add to the mix the very different ways each approaches the business of the vineyard and each other which allows the chemistry to shine.

In The Vineyard Series
Autumn In The Vineyard
Valentine In The Vineyard
Summer In The Vineyard




There are of course more favorite Hallmark movies, click here to find my Top Ten Hallmark Christmas movies.




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9 comments:

  1. Hallmark Movies never disappoint. Having likable couples interact in a delightful story, throw in fun and humor and a bit of romance, and you always have a winner. Thanks for your roundup of favorite Hallmark couples, Tracey.

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  2. I do love the easy to view Hallmark movies. I never have to worry about graphic content on Hallmark, which makes it my favorite channel. I'm definitely familiar with the couples featured in this review. It was fun watching them fall in love, and now watching them stay in love. Hallmark and these couples are what movies are supposed to be: entertaining!

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  3. I have watched many of these movies and they just never get old. I love to see people falling in love and then taking those next steps to "couplehood". These movies are great for those times when you want to watch something lite and entertaining....

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  4. As a hopeless romantic, I do enjoy Hallmark movies and have had my favorite couples over the years. I'm not afraid to confess it. The world needs more of these kinds of love stories.

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  5. It's a good thing, happy endings that is! Yes. I agree! These movies are wonderful for a light, easy going relaxing evening. I enjoy them from time to time as well. And I'm all in on happy endings. Life is hard enough without watching so much violence and hate. In fact, we rarely do that either.

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  6. I'm a sucker for a good romance (especially rom-coms) without violence or ugliness. I haven't seen a Hallmark movie in decades, but you're inspiring me to try them again!

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