You know what movie I never expected to enjoy? The Holiday. It’s a movie I discovered some time ago. I have rewatched the film a couple of times and with each viewing, the story and its character have a different impact on me. Holidays are meant for spending time with family. Or friends. Or strangers we meet along the way who somehow change the way we think about ourselves and life.
Did you just catch the new Life Size movie? Wasn’t it cray-cray? OMG, that Tyra Banks! And all the other awesome-tastic hilarious bits that happened in this film! I bet you're annoyed with how this review is starting off. Me too! And the reason is that all the characters talked like that in the film!
Stage 284 presents The Best Christmas Pageant Ever! Performances will be held at The Community House in South Hamilton, Massachusetts from December 14th-22nd, 2018. What better way to enjoy the holiday season attending a show filled with laughter and a heartfelt message!
The other day, I went out to the movies and saw Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. It is a sequel to the previous film Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which was released in 2016. This movie series is a spin off and also a prequel based on the famous Harry Potter stories written by J.K. Rowling.
While sitting around a holiday table with all your relatives do you ever wonder, who are these people and where did they come from? That’s what Holly Hunter wonders throughout Home for the Holidays. Home for the Holidays is a 1995 film directed by Jodie Foster. The story is based on Thanksgiving. Claudia (Holly Hunter) has an insane Thanksgiving dinner reunion with her dysfunctional family. Through arguments, revealed secrets, and a turkey falling onto the tightly wound sister, Home for the Holidays is a hilarious story which gives viewers the pleasure of watching someone else’s crazy dinner.