I hope you’re enjoying this comedic mini series of 10 corny Tudor Christmas movie plots (better left unmade). Each day, I’ll release three more titles and on the fourth day, I will release the full article. Here are 4, 5, and 6:
The Most Happy Time of the Year starring Henry Rexy, Anne Boulin, and Tommy Cromwell. Happily married couple Henry and Anne have just had a daughter and life should be fantastic, so what could be wrong? Henry wants something desperately— for Anne to love Christmas as much as he does. Can she find happiness in the garland and games before it’s too late? With the help of his best friend Tommy Cromwell Henry plots out everything for a most happy Christmas. What could go wrong?
Misrule of the Heart starring Kateryn Parrfait, Henry Rexy Tudor, and Tom Slymour. Widower Kateryn is done with bad boys or so she thought. When the dashing and rogue Tom moves into the castle next door, she realizes she loves him but it’s too late— she’s agreed to marry Henry, who never accepts no. This holiday season, Kateryn may just get her wish when the Lord of Misrule reverses her partners, letting her be with her crush Tom for the 12 days of Christmas. Will it be everything she expected?
A Gift Returned starring Hank R. King and Jane Say’amour. Jane has devoted her life to her career and given up on love. She can’t believe it when she starts to receive Christmas gifts from a secret admirer. Unwilling to play games, she returns the gifts unopened. Only when she finds her Father’s neighbour Hank staring at her at a Christmas party does she discover who sent the gifts. Will Jane realize she still has the most valuable gift left to return? Love.