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10 Best Hallmark Channel Christmas Movies – Vote for Fave

This time of year, the Hallmark Channel plays holiday movies on a loop. Which ones are most worthy of your time? Vote for your favorite Hallmark Christmas movie, add your own favorites to the list, and come back to see which one wins the vote!

#1 A Wish for Christmas

If you've ever felt like a pushover, this one's for you. Lacey Chabet plays a designer who's tired of having her ideas stolen by her bully boss, so she asks Santa for the strength to speak her mind. Her wish is granted for 48 hours - just enough time to prove to Peter, the handsome head of her company, what she's really made of. And while she learns a valuable lesson about leaning in, she also teaches the winsome Peter about the magic of Christmas, because no Hallmark movie would be complete without a character (or three) who has lost his way.

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#2 Crown for Christmas

You can spot a quality Hallmark Christmas movie within 30 seconds of the opening credits: Do you hear a holiday ditty you actually recognize? Is there a snowy shot of a small town with an impossibly precious name? Have you seen the lead in one of these before? Yep, you're in for a good 86 minutes. Crown for Christmas stars Hallmark screen queen Danica McKellar (Wonder Years) as Allie, a hotel maid who gets sacked from her job at a snooty NYC hotel. Allie, who has been supporting her siblings since their parents passed, can't afford such setbacks. So, when she's offered a gig as the governess to the difficult daughter of the King of Winshire, she cautiously crosses the pond. If you're looking to swept away into a fairytale that feels slightly less formulaic than the other romances on the list, Crown for Christmas doesn't disappoint.

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#3 Every Christmas Has a Story

Morning show host Kate Harper (Lori Loughlin) has the absolute worst thing happen on air: She's caught telling all of America that she hates Christmas. To clean up her image, she's sent on assignment to Hollyvale, North Dakota - "the biggest little Christmas town in the country" -with her producer/ex boyfriend. When she arrives, the mystery of Hollyvale's missing Christmas tree sends her on an investigation (with the help of a budding young journalist - played by her real-life daughter.) This charming little snack of a flick is as maudlin as it gets, but we still dare you not to cry.

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#4 The Mistletoe Promise

If it wasn't for the delightful Jaime King, this 2016 release wouldn't make the grade, but she's a perky pleasure. King stars as a Christmas curmudgeon who, after a chance encounter at the mall food court, enters a partnership with a fellow holiday hater. They stage a fake relationship to increase his odds of making partner at his family-focused firm that doesn't promote the unwed. She does it to get back at her cheating ex-husband. Over time, despite their utter lack of chemistry, they find love and the spirit of Christmas, because of course. Now, if anyone can tell us why King's neck is strategically covered in every single scene, that would be a real Christmas miracle.

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#5 Northpole: Open for Christmas

This Northpole follow-up features Lori Loughlin as a "career gal" who has no time for mistletoe. When she inherits her aunt's beloved B&B, she immediately get to work selling it. But with the help of Clementine the elf, and a handsome handyman (Dermot Mulroney), she rediscovers what she loved about Christmas when she was a little girl, staying in the very inn she's determined to knock down. It's not quite as good as the original Northpole, but it'll leave you with enough bliss to last you until you fire up the next film on your DVR.

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#6 Christmas Incorporated

As any marriage expert will tell you, one should never start a relationship on a lie - that is, unless you're in a Hallmark movie and the lie is just part of your elaborate meet-cute. When down-on-her-luck Riley gets a job with a hot-shot NYC entrepreneur under false pretenses, she becomes tasked with convincing him not to close down one of his factories, which would rob an entire town of its holiday spirit.

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#7 Fir Crazy

When Elise begrudgingly takes over her family's Christmas tree lot, after she finds herself unemployed, and - gasp - single, she's forced to reevaluate what really matters in life. (Hint: it's family.) Of course she has some help from the lot's scrooge of a landlord, and the charming customer who courts her.

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#8 Best Christmas Party Ever

Jennie, the hardest working event planner in the biz, is poised for a promotion. That is, until the owner of Petra's Parties recruits her nephew, Nick, as a holiday helper. After all their flirty squabbling, Nick and Jennie are forced to put their minds together to save the community's annual Christmas party. This one's got real heart, and enough pretty decorations to make you feel like you're at a fancy fete yourself, without having to change out of your reindeer pajamas.

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#9 A Royal Christmas

When a lowly Philly seamstress (Lacey Chabet) finally meets her future mother-in-law, the introduction doesn't go as well as hoped. For starters, her MIL-to-be is a Queen (Jane Seymour) who'd rather her son marry a woman of status. Of course, love prevails in this near-perfect Christmas fantasy, complete with a castle, gowns for days, and hope for us mere commoners.

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#10 Northpole

After a dearth in Christmas spirit puts the North Pole in jeopardy, Santa dispatches his favorite elf, Clementine, to help a single mom (Tiffany Thiessen) and her son who is having trouble making friends at his new school. Of course, talking about an elf who climbs through his window at night isn't doing the kid any favors. Luckily, his dashing teacher believes in the imaginative little boy and they all forge an unlikely friendship. How could you not want to escape into this twinkly-lit fantasyland?

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