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December 05, 2008

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Mandi

tee hee....

The cheesy made for tv Christmas movies are my faves!

It would be hard to choose from that list. They all have the potential of making classic TV Christmas movies. Maybe you should write more then one.

Kristin

I laughed myself silly about your post. Those ridiculous made for tv Christmas movies are a guilty pleasure in our house, with "Holiday in Handcuffs" being our new favorite. (Ouch! Hurts to admit it!)

cindy k

here are my top five:

1. A workaholic corporate suit who schedules meetings on Christmas Eve and has clearly forgotten the reason for the season.
2. A character, unlucky in love, who returns home to find their high-school sweetheart conveniently unmarried.
3. A blizzard that knocks out all forms of transportation or communication.
4. A character who loves Christmas when everyone else around him/hates it.
5. A homeless person who, it is suspected, is actually Santa/God/an angel.

Susan S.

hahahaha....I agree with you but I STILL love the sassy, fluffy, cheezy holiday movies and made for tv movies Have a bless holiday season!

marne

Ha! This is brilliant. I should know, I watch every cheesey Hallmark movie I possibly can during December :o)

Tammy

That is hilarious, and oh, so very true of made-for-tv movies!

jennifer

bwhahahaa

"Stupid adults."

Liz

Oh please name the main character Mary... but spell it Merry. Ahhh, see how clever? :)

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You can't lose! Write up a treatment and I'll shop it around town for you.

Nita in South Carolina

You forgot about the cute toy/stuffed animal/action figure that is beloved by the Child Who Knows More Than All the Adults Combined, thus giving the Paulsons an endless stream of merchandising revenue for the next few years. (I will only charge you a small percentage for my contribution of this idea).
Oh wait - I know - perhaps a little stuffed Corgi?? My percentage just went up a bit :)

Daisy

Oh! Oh! Oh! [Desperately waving hand waiting to be called on!] Don't forget me and "Yes, Virginia" -- "Single mom during holiday time torn between necessity of work and adorable child that needs attention/faith/celebration/cookie-time/fairy friends/the means to do something nice for mom/a way to keep the burglars out of the house/a man for his/her mom -- etc,

In the meantime, you have made me very curious about "Holiday in Handcuffs" which is probably not at all what I'm hoping it is... (spurned first wife arrives at cheating ex's house via the chimney and... well, that's a Lifetime movie, isn't it? Someone call Meredith Baxter!)

Rhonda

ha! I love it! Don't forget the crabby adult whose Christmas spirit is renewed by a do-gooder type little kid.

quilterlee

Did you leave out orphan?

quilterlee

and soldier, sailor or marine?

teensleuth

Your love affair with bad TV never fails to charm me, Ms. Paulson. Hahaha. I love this.

betz

wait, what about the unlikely character that would like to be a dentist?

nah, that's been done.

Nicole Marie

i definitely agree that "A homeless person who, it is suspected, is actually Santa/God/an angel." needs to be in there. i've already watched maybe 3 or 4 like that.

there's also "homely sales girl at a christmasy department store gets a makeover by an angel to land guy in sports car(maybe boss?)"

Shelley (Pink House)

That's funny! Except I really do LOVE all of these corny Christmas movies. A couple of weeks ago I went through all of the movies that begin with "Christmas _____" on TiVo and set it to record them. One of these nights I'm going to have a Christmas-watching extravaganza!

And, my favorite is Prancer. I LOVE that movie.

Kristin

so funny! I admit, I am not a huge fan of Christmas movies. Except for the old ones, of course! :)

caron

I don't own a tv, now I see I'm missing out!

cheriwan

Shhhh, don't tell anyone that I look forward to Falalala Lifetime every year...I know your movie is gonna be there too!

I love this post, and needed the giggles.

And, yes, ELF is my favorite. I wouldn't let my honey erase it after we watched it last week, because I know I'm going to want to watch it again. Sigh.

I love that you love the holidays! Cheers!

julie

We love The Family Man movie! We loaned it to some relatives last year... and sadly, they just didn't appreciate it!

laureg

You forgot the "miracle snow." You know, the stuff that starts sparkling down on everyone (extra points if it's in a geographical area that typcially doesn't get any- thereby enhancing the miracle effect) just at the crucial moment.

sarah

I would totally write this with you!

You did forget to endanger the North Pole in some way. My favorite way was in the movie where the dad was going to blow up the ice near the North Pole to drill for ice and the kids and mom had to figure out how to save Santa. I really wish I could remember the name of that movie...

sarah

Drill for oil... not ice. Duh.

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