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10 Things That Always Happen in Hallmark Christmas Movies

There’s Always a Happy Ending

This one is a mark of most Christmas movies, but it literally always happens in Hallmark movies. The ending consists of a couple kissing, everything being hearts and flowers and perfect, and then the film fades to black.

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The Characters Remember the True Meaning of Christmas

Most of the movies involve a man or woman that hate Christmas, or they’re too busy to remember the true meaning of the holiday. Over time, someone reminds them what Christmas is truly about family, helping others, love, and sappy romance. 

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There are Plenty of Heartwarming Moments

Every Hallmark movie is packed with heartwarming moments—in fact, we’d argue that that’s what they’re mostly about. The characters discovering the meaning of Christmas? Heartwarming. The ending where the characters kiss and everything is peachy? Heartwarming.

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There’s a Wise Older Person

The two characters need to be together, but they don’t see it! How will they ever get together? Thank goodness there’s a wise grandma, grandpa, mom, or dad that’s there to break it down for them. The young grasshoppers will learn that they’re in love thanks to this older person. 

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It Always Snows

Apparently, Hallmark movies take place somewhere that exclusively snows; no warm winters! Not to mention, there’s almost no slush anywhere. The town just lets it snow and snow and snow with zero cleanup on the streets or sidewalks. 

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There’s Always a Stunningly Beautiful Christmas Trees

Everyone in a Hallmark movie really knows how to decorate their Christmas tree. In fact, you’d think they’re all professional decorators. They’re also super lavish. The trees are thick and full—something that’s pretty hard to find in real life unless you’re willing to shell out big bucks. 

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Product Placement Galore

The product placement in Hallmark movies is insane. We really don’t need that close up of Folgers or a million shots of a Ford pulling into the driveway. It helps bring in money, but really? The directors and producers couldn’t be a little less obvious?

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The Town is Perfectly Decorated

How much hypothetical tax money goes toward decorating Hallmark towns during Christmas? The towns are decorated so well that it’s obvious that a professional designer stepped in. In short, it’s unrealistically ridiculous. 

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In-Laws Dislike Their Son or Daughter’s Significant Other

What would a Hallmark Christmas movie be if the in-laws loved their son or daughter’s significant other? Many of their films center around one of the main characters getting the in-laws to like them. We understand that it’s hard to find someone good enough for your kid, but it wouldn’t ruin the movie if the in-laws got along with the new husband, wife, boyfriend, or girlfriend.

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Everything is Overdramatic

You can’t have heartwarming moments without extreme sadness. Actors are required to cry as much as possible over something like a dead spouse. The actors can cry on point without issues, and we’re beginning to wonder if a Hallmark movie dehydrates them.

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