4 Worst Lifetime Christmas Movies

Lifetime Christmas movies are movies produced to entertain viewers during the Christmas season. These movies were made in the spirit of the season, and most of the time, entertainment brands are forced to bring out new ones every season. 

Lifetime took the initiative with their move to produce 30 brand new movies for the Christmas holidays. The plan was that fans who were either travelling within that period or joining their family for the holidays could take time to see every single one of them.  Unfortunately, mass movie production often churns out the worst of them. Let’s look at some of the worst movies they’ve made. 

A Very Nutty Christmas 

A bakery owner Kate who was recently dumped takes a huge fortune upturn when she gets a nutcracker as a gift. The Nutcracker transforms into a full-grown man, and Kate harbours him in her home with no questions asked. This left more doubts in the minds of viewers, making it one of the worst holiday movies. 

The Spirit of Christmas 

Imagine having a Christmas movie that has horror features? That is exactly what happens in this movie. Kate Jordan falls for a cursed ghost named Daniel when she is overseeing the sale of an inn. The pair proceeds to solve a century-old murder during the Christmas season, and they fall in love. This is rated as one of the worst movies that Lifetime has ever made for the holidays. 

Dear Santa 

Much to her dismay, Crystal discovers that she is being cut off financially from her parents’ wealth until she changes for the better. She then implores Santa Claus to help her out by occupying her father with a new love interest. Such a creepy movie for Christmas and is not anyone’s favourite. 

Christmas Pen Pals 

Hannah, a tech wiz who is an introvert with little social life, decides to sign up for a pen pal program to escape the failure of her dating app, Perfect One. She matches with a pen pal named Sam, whom she had a relationship with years ago and hates tech. Sam keeps his identity hidden despite falling for Hannah but later kissing her in the end. The movie is rated as worse since they do not know Hannah’s fate with her tech barren boyfriend. 

There you have it! Above are some of the worst Lifetime Christmas movies. Few other movies are rated in this manner for Lifetime, but the ones on this list make great mention. 

Most Memorable Sean Connery Roles

Sean Connery was the first actor to play James Bond, and he did that to perfection on seven different occasions. The Scottish actor performed excellently in many other roles. His ardent fans know that he is so much more than James Bond, but not everyone has that knowledge.

Sean Connery passed away in his sleep at the age of 90. To celebrate him, we will discuss some of his most memorable roles.

Sir August de Wynter – The Avengers

It is important to state that this film is unrelated to the Marvel film franchise of the same name. Here, two British agents had to team up to stop Wynter from destroying the world with a weather changing machine. 

Allan Quatermain – The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Connery’s character, Allan Quatermain, had to lead a team of literary characters on a secret mission in an alternate Victorian Age world. This was his last onscreen appearance and is quite memorable.

Daniel Dravot – The Man Who Would Be King

Here, his character is seen as a god by his subjects. His interpretation of the role set a powerful landmark in his career path.

Michael McBride – Darby O’Gill and the Little People

Here is a much younger Connery, taking part in a Disney movie and singing as a result of it. It was a supporting role, but Sean did a great job at it.

John Patrick Mason – The Rock

In ‘The Rock,’ Connery starred alongside Nicolas Cage to the delight of most viewers. His character, John Patrick Mason, was a notorious prisoner that had escaped from Alcatraz (which had been taken hostage) some three decades earlier.

Professor Henry Jones Sr. – Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

This is where many of Sean Connery’s fans will find the strongest memory of his works. His adventures in the saga are breathtaking.

Jim Malone – The Untouchables

It is always pleasant to think of Sean Connery as a street-smart cop. That was exactly the role he played in The Untouchables, and he did it so well that it gave him his first and only Oscar as Best Supporting Actor.

Captain Marko Ramius – The Hunt for Red October

Playing the role of a mysterious commander of a top-secret Russian sub that could win a crucial cold war, Connery demonstrated uncommon mastery of his act in this movie.

There you have it! Above are some of the most memorable Sean Connery roles. Before his death, this great actor did some amazing works. If you’re a fan of Sean Connery, you should endeavor to watch some of his memorable works.