Saturday, November 26, 2011

Saturday at the Movies #74 - There's Always Next Year

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Climbing back into consciousness after Second Thanksgiving and tree trimming with friends, which acutally, wonder of wonders, included movie viewing. Love Actually, which has to be my favorite Christmas movie and favorite comedy at the same time. As one can expect, discussion of movies ensused. During an ideal holiday season, I'd get in a few good movies, but this year, I'm not seeing too much in theaters that appeals. Next year, though, looks very promising. YouTube still not cooperating, so apologies for flubs in advance.

Let's start out with Sean Bean in a historical horror story that adds a supernatural twist to the Black Death (because the plague wasn't horriffic enough?)

For those who can't get enough winter adventures, follow Liam Neeson to Alaska in The Grey

The Woman in Black looks spooky and gorgeous, with an adult Daniel Radcliffe in the lead.

Tanner Hall's release date seems elusive, but coming of age story at a private school? I am there, whenever it's available.

What movies are you looking forward to this holiday season or into 2012?


Anonymous said...

Just went to see Breaking Dawn part 1 and they had previews, some of which look good. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo looks good and there is War Horse, the Daniel Radcliff one looked spooky, but maybe good. Honestly, I'm looking to go see that new Martin Scorsese film, HUGO. Of course, in 2012 a must for me is, of course, Breaking Dawn, part 2.

Anna Carrasco Bowling said...

Geri, why am I not surprised to hear about Breaking Dawn? Hope it was all you wanted it to be.

Much as I love historical dramas, War Horse looks like it might be triggery for me - I can't take pets being separated from their owners.

Kathye Thornton said...

I used to be a movie buff but seem to have moved on these days. However, if Liam Neeson is on screen, I might have to rethink my priorities. Yummy!

Anna Carrasco Bowling said...

Kathye, Liam Neeson is a powerful incentive to get women into theater seats.