on Nov 29, 2012 @ 01:50 pm|
What is your most anticipated holiday release this year? Here are some of mine...
Life of Pi
Silver Linings Playbook
Killing Them Softly
Which are you going to see? Which am I missing? Which do you not even care about?
|Les Mis! on Nov 29, 2012 @ 02:03 pm|
I am really looking forward to seeing Les Mis! I hear it's really amazing. I love musicals, and I think the cast is great.
And, I'm not a huge LOTR fan, but I did see the trailer for the The Hobbit and I'm actually very intrigued. Dhango Unchained looks great too.
I just saw Life of Pi over the weekend and it was awesome. Highly recommend. It's a bit sad but it's a really well done film. Everything is gorgeous looking. It's told really well.
|There's a few on Nov 29, 2012 @ 02:56 pm|
The Hobbit looks cool, but so does Life of Pi. I love Tiger's and even though they show the guy and the tiger on the boat in every advertisement, I don't think we'll see them together through out the move. The other one that look's good to me is Killing Them Softly, but what girl in their right mind wouldn't mind spending a few hours watching Brad do his thing, right!!LOL
I'll be waiting a long time before I see any of these because I hate going out to the movies. I'd rather be at home where I can pee and not worry about missing anything and if need be I can make my kids get their head's out of my way. At the movie's you never know whose going to be sitting around you or what they might be doing. The last time I went out to watch a movie this guy sat behind us that had seen the movie before. Well he sat there and told the girl that he was with everything that was going to happen next and he wasn't quiet about it. So I'd rather wait and watch all of these on my own time in the comfort of my own home, so please don't tell me what happens in any of them. LOL
|Silver Linings Playbook on Nov 29, 2012 @ 04:46 pm|
I was highly looking forward to seeing Silver Linings Playbook, after all the high praise it received from the Toronto International Film Festival. I finally went and saw it and it was very well done! Not instantly one of my favourite movies, but still a good movie with an even better ending. I would recommend people see this movie, especially if they're a fan of Bradley Cooper (and his beautiful eyes) and/or Jennifer Lawrence.
|ahh on Dec 02, 2012 @ 04:49 pm|
The Hobbit!!!! Bought my tickets 3 weeks ago, 2 more to go .... can barely hold my excitement. And I know once it's over i'm going to feel this all over again until part 2 comes out!
|Di Caprio and Hathaway on Dec 05, 2012 @ 07:41 pm|
Not together of course, though such great acting chops should partner up.
My two most anticipated movies are The Great Gatsby and Les Miserables.
|Films to see over the holiday.... on Dec 07, 2012 @ 01:40 am|
I'm not really allowed to watch movies in theatres, but for the two times a year I can, I always make sure it's something I know will be very worth it!
I was really hoping that The Great Gatsby was being released for the Christmas holiday, but the production company pushed it back to May 2013 now. So for this year, I'm contemplating between The Hobbit and Les Mis. I've seen Les Misérables theatre production when I was so young, that to miss it in this new avatar would suck! I think I've seen all the movie productions of Les Misérables and read the book by Hugo, so it would be interesting to see these actors do it justice...or not. The Hobbit, well that's an original piece of literature as well, and they did so well with the other Tolkien books, so here's hoping that this one breaks records too! I also heard that the new Man of Steel: Superman trailer will be premiering during the coming attractions during The Hobbit, and for that I would definitely see it! I'm a huge DC Universe Comic fan! Something about that man of steel in tights! LOL
|Def the Hobbit on Dec 10, 2012 @ 04:05 pm|
I am so excited for the Hobbit, I can't wait!
|Can't decide on Dec 10, 2012 @ 05:15 pm|
I am so excited about this year's offerings, so it'll be hard to choose!
Les Mis, Anna Karenina, Gatsby, and Hobbit are at the top of my list, but Silver Lining and Pi are sounding pretty good too.