Miguel’s Friday Thoughts: Lacey Chabert’s ‘Haul Out The Holly’

Welcome to Miguel’s Friday Thoughts! Happy Friday! I hope you all enjoyed your Thanksgiving with your loved ones. We are blessed in so many ways. Not many people today can be at home for the holidays, and many families are grieving because of deaths that are occurring lately. On a happy note, the Christmas season is here, and Hallmark is the best network to catch some Christmas movies nonstop. 

Lacey Chabert, the Queen of Hallmark Christmas movies, doesn’t stop working and will continue to amaze us with her performance. Chabert is starring in a new Hallmark movie, Haul Out the Holly, which premieres on Saturday at 8 pm. 

Chabert is one of the biggest reasons why I watch Hallmark Christmas movies. She’s a talented actress and a great asset to the network. Hollywood tried to typecast her, but she’s better off working for Hallmark. The leading role suits her perfectly in any Hallmark Christmas movie.

I’m looking forward to seeing this new movie. Here’s the poster from Hallmark.

My Secret Valentine – Reaction

Happy Valentine’s Day! This day is not just about lovers but friends as well. It should be celebrated every single day. In today’s article, I want to talk about one of my favorite Valentine’s Hallmark movies, “My Secret Valentine,” starring the Queen of Hallmark movies Lacey Chabert and Andrew Walker.

The movie is about a young woman (Chloe Orange) who takes advice from the chalkboard notes that her mysterious house rental tenant leaves when a slick sales rep (Seth Anderson) arrives with plans to buy her family’s prized winery. 

My Secret Valentine grabbed me in the first three minutes when Chloe’s father called her and told her that he wanted to talk to Chloe in person about something big. Chloe’s father announced that he would sell the wine festival at the family dining table. This catches Chloe off guard, and she tries to persuade her father to help him save the business. Chloe constantly takes jabs at Seth because she doesn’t trust his intentions. 

It’s a beautiful Valentine’s Day rom-com movie. I like the chemistry between Chloe and Seth. It’s a good story, and I enjoyed it very much. Lacey Chabert brings a genuinely realistic approach to every character she portrays in Hallmark movies.