Let's talk about this again.
I don't see any blacks, it's a Christmas miracle.
This is high white culture.
Will they ever run out of Christmas themed titles?
They haven't even started using ChatGPT yet, why would you assume it would ever end?
Very good posts anon, made me laugh pretty hard without writing a word
So what? It's the equivalent of Bollywood romcom slop for white women.
the body count must be insane
Someone explain to me why women are allowed to have their enterteinment unsullied, specially white woman? Every single romance movie has some 6' above average white dude and there's no internet campaign claiming we need that 5'4 fat somalian love interest for representation
save me jordan peele
I bet Hallmark has already started airing new christmas movie
I think I watched these with my gf last Christmas or something like them. There's literally no plot. It's just goodlooking people talking.
>The bold creative decision to swap the sweater colours for "The Christmas Cottage"
Tarkovsky could never
Did you just assume my sweater color, bigot?
Hallmark is the last vestige of white America. Sad.
This is what I think of when I heat the term slop in terms of movies
Why are they all white?
Dont get me wrong, I am not suggesting that Hallmark start producing virtue-signalling mixed couple propaganda or whatnot.
Just that there has to be enough conservative boomer hallmark-watching non-white families that one would assume that Hallmark would try to produce atleast something to try and target that demographic
Because Hallmark knows their audience. I'm sure there's 50-year old religious women living in the country who just want "good ol' fashioned, clean American storytelling", but it's probably not enough to cater. Especially since those women probably just watch Tyler Perry shit if they want their own slop to consume.
There are ones with black women but the reality is these films are pretty much white people drama. It just looks odd putting black people in them despite black Christians probably taking Christmas more seriously.
>conservative boomer non-white families
they're already watching these too
whats up with you naggers and race all the time. im a spic and my mom loves those movies on christmas, i sat one time with her and they are ok Tbh, the plot is samey and cheesy but its comfy. i guess those are the expendables equivalent kind of movies but for women.
Sure. Which one is your favorite and how many times have you watched it?
Subverted my expectations.
>We NEED more diversity in our movies, if you disagree you are literally Hitler
>I NEED to see a beautiful white woman like me get wooed and courted by a caucasian chad with 7 figures on a decadent property in Aspen which will only appeal to other white women
You have the wrong ~~*demographic*~~ for the top one.
Traitors are worse than the enemy
Read Siege homosexual
Lemmings are different from traitors.
Actors up to paying customers all serve the enemy
Hello fellow Cinemaphilener, you don't happen to have any modified firearms? Maybe we could meet up and compare each others?
i love how these make woke bigots seethe its perhaps the only use they have.
komfy khristmas kino
Watching a terrible, cliché ridden TV Christmas movie is very comfy.
Truly the best season.
I watched a few. the women are always "experienced"
We may laugh or cringe at these films but this is pretty much what the movie industry is like 99% of the time especially outside of North America/Europe. Most film studios make money just putting out the same shit thousands of times because audiences want to watch stuff where they know what they're going to get. Take for example Shaw Brothers films in the 70s when they put out a billion films all about the Shaolin temple either fighting the Manchus or being burnt down all pretty much starring the same actors.
>Most film studios make money just putting out the same shit thousands of times because audiences want to watch stuff where they know what they're going to get.
Think it is more akin to a meme, think of these motivational posters, like the construction crew on a lunch break on top of the frame of a skyscraper, or cute animal posters. There must have been hundreds of thousands of these images, but only a few get spammed over and over again. There is an evolution taking place, the same basic image that is intended to elicit a certain feeling in the viewer, compete against one another and overtime they approach perfection in eliciting that particular feeling they where selected for.
Movies are not that dissimilar, it's the same movie again and again, with slightly different iterations. Fast and Furious movie 12 is the same as 1, they are just trying to perfect it, giving the ultimate "action kick" to the viewer.
Hallmark movies are late in the cycle of perfection, so at face value they seem more repetitive than other movies; almost all their recent movies have the same cosmopolitan successful woman being reluctantly forced to go to a small rural city, where she meets a humble rich single man that do manual work of various sorts (usually he derives status from a has-been, was an engineer for big corp moved to rural place because he is a really good guy etc.). But there is still a lot of changes between the movies, the cause of the reluctant stay in rural nowhere is not nailed down.
I don't think they will succeed in creating the perfect movie, because culture is dynamic and ever changing, but they are getting closer and closer.
Hallmark movies are very comfy, not even american but I usually put some on during autumn/christmas
Corny wholesome shows about small towns are also great.
A cucked Christmas.
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