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My Millennial Hallmarker love for The Outcasts began three years ago (almost to this day) when news first broke of the film (originally title The Outskirts) and its motley crew of Hollywood’s young, hot, and funny. With the likes of Victorious’ Victoria Justice & Avan Jogia, The Middle‘s Eden Sher, Jessie‘s Peyton List, Awkward‘s Ashley Rickards, Hart of Dixie’s Claudia Lee, and The Bling Ring‘s Katie Chang filling up the movie’s entourage, there wasn’t a single doubt in my mind that the teen flick would be just as perfect as I’d hoped it would be.
Unfortunately, with delays upon delays, it took a lot longer for me to find out that my hypothesis was correct, but The Outcasts is finally here and that’s all that matters. Seriously, the movie is here and it is exactly the kind of teen movie I knew and wished for it to be, so all anger over delays are now forgotten.
The Outskirts tells the hilarious and often-relatable story of two outcasts, Jodi (Victoria Justice) and Mindy (Eden Sher), who’ve decided that they’ve been humiliated one too many times by the school’s head mean girl, Whitney (Claudia Lee), and are determined to do something about it. Say, band together with all the other outcasts at school to overthrow Whitney and her crew, turning the school’s hierarchy on its head while they’re at it. Of course, they couldn’t do any of this without sweet Claire (Katie Chang), outspoken Sugar (Jazmyn Richardson), and uber-rich Virginia (Ashley Rickards). Not everyone fits into one of the two categories, though, as Dave (Avan Jogia) is essentially part of Whitney’s clique, but only as a bystander. Luckily, he quickly realizes where he truly belongs…wherever Jodi is, obviously.
If this movie somehow sounds like every other teen movie out there, then let me break down its importance to you a little more.
While not exactly a Millennial Hallmarker rom-com in the same vein as the others on this blog, Clockstoppers will always have a special place in my heart. Therefore, I couldn’t let its 15th anniversary go by without a little celebration, a love letter. Well, think of this less as a love letter and more as a loving rewatch of the awesomely-soundtracked 2002 flick about a teenager, Zak (Jesse Bradford), coming into possession of a time-stopping-esque watch.
Spring is mere days away, bringing with it not only rain showers, but Hallmark Channel‘s Spring Fling movies! While the excitement of spring-cleaning our DVRs to make room for all the new flicks we’ll want to watch over and over again is real, we have a few more days of winter to get through. Don’t fret, though, as we have tonight’s premiere of Campfire Kiss to keep us warm in the meantime!
As we’re more than halfway through March and the only TV movie left on the schedule airs tonight, Millennial Hallmarker has combined the lineup with April. Scroll down to see what great content will be coming out on Hallmark Channel during March and April (MH has all the info – straight from the source)!
Say what you want about singers trying out acting (though if it’s negative, it’s wrong…), but Britney Spears’ 2002 flick Crossroads is a classic and something that should not be missed by any romcom lovers. Not only should it not be missed, but it should be greatly appreciated.
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the film’s release and I still have so much love for it every time I watch it. Which is a few times a year. What I love most about this movie is that it has a super sweet romance between Britney’s Lucy and Anson Mount’s Ben, but it also has such a great storyline about female friendship, which we don’t often see in teen romcoms.
If you haven’t seen the movie yet (shame on you, get to it!) or just need a refresher, here’s a quick breakdown.
It’s Valentine’s Day and whether you have romance in your life or not, you can always count on having it on your TV. Lucky for us, after marathoning our favorites, we now have a brand-new romcom to snuggle up with! So, grab a glass of wine, get in your favorite PJs and download MarVista Entertainment’s latest fun flick, It Happened One Valentine’s, for a dose of music and matchmaking.
The winter weather may have you feeling a bit down, but the one thing we can always count on to warm us up is a good TV movie. Luckily, we have plenty to keep us toasty this month!
We’ve got quite the entourage of stars this month, from Adrien Grenier and Keegan Allen to Shantel VanSanten and Amy Smart. Millennial Hallmarker has all the info (straight from the source: the channels themselves!) on what’s to come, so you don’t miss a thing.
Scroll down to your favorite channel or take a look at the great content *every* channel is coming out with this month!
It’s been 15 years since A Walk to Remember (January 25, 2002) came out and I’m still just as in love with it as I was back then.
The classic love story of the shy girl (Mandy Moore, as Jamie) helping the popular, bad boy (Shane West, as Landon) in school before the two fall madly in love is the overarching storyline for this film, but it goes so far beyond that. It’s genuine. You can feel the connection between the two leads. You root for them, you cheer for them, and you cry for them when the inevitable twist comes and you realize exactly why Jamie told Landon to promise he wouldn’t fall in love with her.
It’s also funny and witty, and you’re happy that the shy girl is also resilient and strong and confident. She’s confident on stage in the school musical with talent to spare, and also confident and funny when standing up for herself and refuses to be “secret friends” with Landon.
New Christmas movies may be down for the count, but fret not because there are sill new TV movies to be seen!
January is the time for all things NEW. It’s a new year, fresh with a lineup of all-new movies on your favorite channels. Stories of love, family and friendship are aplenty this month and Millennial Hallmarker has the deets (straight from the source: the channels themselves!) on everything coming your way.
Scroll down to your favorite channel or take a chance and see all the great content *every* channel is coming out with this month!
When a celebrity who you grew up watching or listening to passes away, it can hit you hard and in a very personal way. Some see it as strange to mourn a person you’ve never met, but others understand that seeing this person on your TV since the beginning of your life makes them a constant in it, and thus, an important part. That equals out to a lot of people that one might eventually have to mourn, but that doesn’t make any of them any easier or less important. One of those people for me is Alan Thicke, who sadly passed away on Tuesday.