Here's The Hallmark Holiday Movie You Should Watch If You're An Aquarius

The Hallmark Channel has confidently cornered the holiday movie market, with its fan-favorite "Countdown to Christmas" event kicking off on Oct. 22, 2021. 

Per Parade, fans can enjoy a new movie premiere every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night all the way up to Christmas, featuring stars like Candace Cameron Bure and John Brotherton of "Fuller House," Danica McKellar and Jason Hervey of "The Wonder Years," and Lea Thompson and Christopher Lloyd of "Back to the Future."

Hallmark has plenty of newcomers joining the family this year, too, including pop star Jordin Sparks, Broadway legend Loretta Devine, "Riverdale" breakout Ashleigh Murray, R&B star Luke James, "Battlestar Galactica" legend Katee Sackhoff, and loads more. 

Suffice to say, there's something for everyone this year, whether you're a Christmas obsessive or a Grinch trying to get into the festive spirit. If you're an Aquarius keen to choose a movie based on your star sign, look no further: Hallmark holidays has you covered. 

Aquarians will feel a deep connection to this holiday heroine

As Screen Rant points out, Aquarians "are deep thinkers who love to help others." They're also keen problem-solvers with an unflinchingly positive outlook who dislike being hemmed in by rules and restrictions and always fight for what they believe in. 

As a result, 2020's Hallmark holiday release "If I Only Had Christmas," starring "Full House" actress Candace Cameron Bure, should be right up their street. Bure stars as Darcy Gale, a plucky, optimistic publicist who scores her dream job only to find her efforts consistently stymied by grumpy VP Glen Goodman (Warren Christie). Darcy has to convince Glen that a charity in need is worth his attention — and investment — before it's too late. 

During a chat with Today, Bure noted the film's thematic connections to "The Wizard of Oz." She also clarified that "If I Only Had Christmas" isn't your typical Christmas movie.

"This one's different because yes, it's a romantic comedy, it's all about Christmas and it's all about finding love," she said. "But, if you like 'The Wizard of Oz,' there are so many nuggets to the movie and Easter eggs in there, within the character names, with the themes of having a heart, having courage, having a brain, even the Wicked Witch of the West." 

She previously called the film an "homage" to "The Wizard of Oz" on Twitter, quipping, "If I only had... a brain, a heart, a home, the nerve, ... but rather, Christmas."