Nothing says Christmas romance more than two people who “can’t stand each other” competing in a contest. Now that that’s out of my system, “A Very Merry Daughter of the Bride” plays off the mother-daughter relationship we all know too well, especially when you’re not a fan of Mom’s new boo.
Some of those artists would use new records as a way to write their final chapter, while others would leave lingering questions about what could have been. Club’s best-of list, we approached it in the most democratic way possible. An ideal origin for a band of millennial punks, yeah? There’s nothing to pity about the punk band, which produced one of the year’s most joyful records with Blisters In The Pit Of My Heart, a collection of songs that celebrate the struggles of modern youth with flip, emphatic vocals, pinwheeling riffs, and nary a moment to catch your breath. It’s cold outside, and who doesn’t love to curl under a blanket with a good Christmas movie?Without giving away too much, when her dad is injured while decorating his house for Christmas, workaholic Jennifer comes home to take care of him, only to start receiving romantic notes from an unknown sender. Who can resist a movie about a high-strung FBI agent falling in love with a free-spirited cocktail waitress when they pretend to be a couple for Christmas? “You have a mismatched couple, which is great for sparks and humor, throw in some relatable family issues, and this film went down like a gourmet plate of macaroni and cheese,” he said.A twinkling, wistful wisp of a track, “Paris” makes a solid case for The 1975 in just under five minutes.From time travel to supernatural love notes, believe me when I say no one does yuletide romance better than Lifetime. ” said Arturo Interian, Lifetime’s VP of Original Movies. As a sucker for all things Christmas, it’s brings me great joy to count down Lifetime’s 12 best romantic Christmas movies with Interian and discuss why these tales take the Scrooge out of all of us. According to Interian, “Undercover Christmas” is one of Lifetime’s most popular Christmas movies, and it’s easy to see why.When marketing exec Katherine, played by Hilarie Burton (TRL, anyone?