Here's The Hallmark Holiday Movie You Should Watch If You're A Pisces

We all have a romantic side, but, in the world of astrology, Pisces practically wrote the book of love. People born between Feb. 19 and March 20 are the lovers and dreamers of the zodiac. 

Intuitive and compassionate, the fish signs are the ones who dance in the rain, ugly-cry at sad songs, and believe that everything looks better by candlelight (via Astrostyle). If you're in a relationship with one, you can't go wrong with the classic gestures: red roses, sunset walks on the beach, and handwritten love letters they'll keep forever.

Naturally, the holidays are a special time for Pisces. They buy their gifts at Halloween so they have plenty of time left to bake dozens of cookies, trim their trees (plural), get their photo greeting cards out, and host an ugly sweater party (via YourTango). If your December isn't complete without at least one day of binge-watching Hallmark holiday movies, odds are good that either your sun sign is Pisces or you have a lot of Pisces in your full astrological chart. 

And why not? The network's famous holiday lineup may not win any awards for originality, but it's exactly that familiarity that appeals to Pisceans. No matter which movie is playing when you turn on the Hallmark Channel, you know what to expect: a quaint country setting, a man and a woman who start off as rivals, and a few bumps and misunderstandings along the way before the stars realize they were meant for each other. 

Cue the snow, the music, and the twinkle lights, and pass the tissues to your Pisces pal, who will dab away the tears and settle in for more when watching this Hallmark holiday movie meant for them.

This Hallmark holiday movie hits all the right notes with Pisces

Although people born under Pisces never met a Hallmark holiday movie they didn't like, there are certain ones that particularly appeal to the 12th sign of the zodiac. 

At the top of the list is "Christmas Chateau," according to Screen Rant. The film stars Merritt Patterson, a Canadian actress whose other Hallmark appearances include "Jingle Bell Princess," "Gingerbread Miracle," "The Christmas Cottage," and "A Royal Winter" (via IMDb).

Pisces is ruled by Neptune, a planet that also governs music, so people born under the sign of the fish often play an instrument or simply love any type of music, per MindBodyGreen. As it happens, in "Christmas Chateau," Patterson plays Margot, a gifted pianist who has lost her love for performing after getting a harsh review. (This also hits a nerve with Pisces, who takes criticism very personally, per YourTango.) 

She goes home for the holidays to her family's fabulous country estate, where she finds herself in charge of the annual Christmas concert. As fate would have it, her former boyfriend, Jackson Lewis (played by Luke McFarland), is also on the concert committee. Will the two exes put aside their differences and learn to love each other again? Do you even have to ask?

Let the Scrooges of the world gripe about the unrealistic plot. You'll never hear that from a Pisces. They're easily overwhelmed by the noise and clutter of everyday life, and they need a little escapism to restore their souls, explains Astrostyle

When holiday work deadlines or the crowds at the mall get too stressful, a Hallmark movie is just the remedy for a romantic Pisces.