It is time to celebrate as the real "Hallmark Hall of Fame" is back. After too many years of silly comedies and soapy romances this special event of television has returned to the hallmark of what it once represented -- good, enjoyable family entertainment.
There are also delightful supporting characters. JoBeth Williams plays Nick's playfully dominating mother. She wants to see her son happy with the right girl and she will go to any lengths to achieve that goal.
No matter how far away from him I was, the mere act of curling up in a comfy chair with the latest rendition of the Hallmark Hall of Fame gave me the same feeling of warmth and security that I'd felt sitting in the big chair with my Grampa when I was a little girl.
Usually I am a big fan of any movie presented by the "Hallmark Hall of Fame." This series has always been about quality programming and it is usually aimed at the entire family. This year's Christmas entry, however, left me cold.
Coming home from school for the holidays, it is obvious that there is something in the air. Is it my family's excitement at having me home? The love from all our family togetherness? No! It's the beginning of Hallmark's endless Christmas-themed holiday movie season!
Hallmark Hall of Fame is consistently offering inspirational and dramatic movies that feed our minds and touch our souls. Make sure you don't miss a single one of their offerings -- especially A Smile As Big As the Moon.
Beyond the Blackboard is another movie that is too good to be true, if it weren't true. Kudos to the Hallmark Hall of Fame for finding Stacey Bess' story and for making it a thoroughly engaging and impressive film.
The people at the Hallmark Hall of Fame Company have decided to drain all of our tear ducts for us. What better way than to have a movie featuring Betty White as a war widow waiting and hoping that some day her Navy pilot husband might return?