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Old 02-17-2019, 09:59 AM
Location: Virginia
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Originally Posted by Mouldy Old Schmo View Post
I think there will eventually come a point where where someone at Hallmark will say “Let’s do something different”.
No way. Their target audience apparently likes the same old stuff. Hallmark even runs their Christmas movies off-season, which only proves how popular they are with their audience. Mind-boggling.
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Old Yesterday, 10:00 PM
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I love the Hallmark "formula." From what I've seen, I think Hallmark already has tried to vary their format to try things that are a little different. Speaking for myself, I see the compromise in quality, which Hallmark was synonymous with. When you sat down to watch a Hallmark film, you knew you were in for a great time and would walk away with that trademark, one-of-a-kind, anything's possible, uplifting, memorable and heart-warming boost.

But, for awhile now, they've watered down their tried and true, beloved formula in order to crank out movies like they're airport novels. The result has been more emphasis on formula and less attention to quality. It shows. Even so, I still love Hallmark! Hallmark's worst movies are so much better than 99.9% of what Hollywood movie studios produce.

I just finished watching Love, Romance & Chocolate with Lacey Chabert and Will Kemp. While I wouldn't put it on my list of favorite movies, or call it a Hallmark Classic, I still thoroughly enjoyed it.

I can't wait for the new Chronicle Mysteries series with Alison Sweeney! (A definite favorite, and quintessential Hallmark actress!)
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