Wholesome Family Movies Needed
Wholesome, faith based movies. Not porno like Jerry McGuire, or extreme profanity movies, or movies that talk non-stop about sex (Liar, Liar or Click).
Keep adding more movies to this thread, and we will keep checking. Our content team will see what fits with our lineup.
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Joseph Triolo commented
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Agreed whole-heartedly. Take out the trash! No more adult language, adult situations, and other things that are not kosher for a family that otherwise used to be a good channel.
Please less movies that Contains adult language and situations or more G's. Also please edit language from Contains adult language from PG movies.
Lisa Diersen commented
I LOVE Jerry McGuire and if you consider it pron you are really off base.
Too many strong language and adult situations movies.. going back to the Hallmark Channel for movies.
Movies like "The Quiet Man" "Mr Blandings Builds His Dream House" These are classics like the ones you have brought at Christmas. "The Bishop's Wife" was excellent! These are tremendously valuable to our viewing! I can name many more too. "Enchantment" with David Niven is also a fantastic classic. PLEASE...hear us!
When Calls the the heart
Love Comes Softly
Touched by an angel
King of Kings
The greatest Story Ever Told
The Nativity story
Jesus of Nazareth
Heaven is for Real
90 minutes in Heaven
Left Behind - Nicholas Cage
Father of the Bride 1 & 2 - Steve Martin
Frosty the Snowman
Santa clause is coming to town
The Christmas Shoes
I agree with all of these for higher quality shows. There shouldn't be 'adult situations' and ratings of PG-13. That's not what Hallmark is about. This month hasn't been worth my time & money
Give me the ability to edit out bad language & ****** content. You claim that your movies are family friendly, but really there are many that are not.
Thank you for your updated format with ratings. Why not have an option in all movies for us who do not find adult/strong language/nudity/****** situations/etal as entertainment
Terrie Azzarello commented
Can you bleep out the bad words? There are several stations that simply mute or voice over the bad words. One of the reasons I subscribed to Feeln was because I felt it showed good, reasonably clean movies...now that has changed.
Joann harkrider commented
Yes. I would like to watch more tv sieres of Heartland .
I know season 7 is out and others please add them on
Oh, I forgot to add Ballykissangel. :) I haven't seen it but heard good things.
The following are really good family programming that I would love to see again:
Back Home with Hayley Mills (1989)
Cold Sassy Tree (1989)
A Friendship In Vienna (1988)
A Little Princess 1987 miniseries
The Torkelsons (1991 to 1992) & Almost Home (1993)
State of Grace (2001-2002)
i really signed up for hallmark movies and there is nothing. where is the good witch or signed sealed delivery or christmas movies. very dissapointed.
I completely agree with the comment about family safe movies. Most movies you show are not appropriate for watching with your family. I am really disappointed the you don't live up to your advertising. I can watch that sort of thing anywhere, but choose not to . Please give your subscribers what you advertise or I will be cancelling Please more series like Heartland and Hope Island
Lisa Huther commented
I wasted a year trying to watch movies that were "family friendly" and not rated "R." Some of the movies offered were a shock. Several I turned off after I realized they hadn't been cleaned up enough for me. I liked the Hallmark movies, but they were too few and far between. I guess it's a good thing you changed your name from "Spirit Clips," because otherwise I'd wonder which spirit you are supporting.
I was under the impression that we would be offered movies that have been shown on the Hallmark channel, or the Hallmark mysteries. A bone is tossed our way occasionally as you give us a few HHoF movies. Why not the fluffy ones that are innocent fun watching at e end of a long day. Why can't you include those in your lineup? We also have no interest in movies that contain language or adult content of any kind! That is a promise broken in your advertising.
First movie I pulled up to watch with my kids said it was TV-G and they said **** twice in the first 10 mins. So, I shut it off... Not the family friendly I thought I paid for! Now I have to pre-watch even movies rated G?