A compiled list to help you weed out the good vs the bad to save your time, money and brain cells. A link to the trailer has been provided in the title.
While most sequels can never compare to the original, I feel like this one will be much better than the first. We’ve set the scene, we know the drill, now we can just focus on the truths and realities, the laughter and of course, Christmas!
I must admit, I’m a little disappointed in myself and my Marvel/DC viewings. They do interest me but I am very far behind and not nearly as knowledgable as I should be.
Perhaps a different approach to horror movies. More psychologically disturbing than visually gruesome. We all know the disturbing details behind Jeffrey Dahmer’s murders, My Friend Dahmer tries to give a glimpse into Dahmer as he was in his youth.
From the best selling novel by Agatha Christie comes Clue on a train! But really, the film is pretty star studded and will be a good time.
I’m kind of on the fence about this one, but something is telling me to give it a shot. It won’t be the most profound thing you’ve seen, but in comparison to some of your other options for this date its chances are looking up.
As disturbing as it is to put this on the TO see list, it’s almost like a zombies fight back film.
Once again disappointed in myself for how far behind I am on these.
A feel good film guaranteed to tug at your heart strings and bring you laughter and tears.
Oi…. I’m partially cringing putting this on the TO see list. It’s the story of Christmas told from the perspective of the animals. There is just something about dancing animated animals that makes everyone else laugh and makes me groan.
I don’t care for the violent gang criminal movies, but you can tell this one would be a good one, you know, if you’re into that kind of thing.
War movies and Sundance award winning films, two types of films that normally rank pretty low on my lists TO see. While you must prepare yourself for two hours that may seem like longer, Mudbound is sure to hit you hard with emotions and get you riled up.
From Disney and Pixar ❤ comes the story of the day of the dead. The Mexican tradition where the dead come to visit the land of the living comes to animation-life. When Miguel is magically transported to the land of the dead, he must find his way back with the help of his deceased family. Along the way, old secrets are uncovered and the truth of his past is revealed.
Everyone loves A Christmas Carol, now experience the true story of how Charles Dickens wrote the beloved tale. This one looks amazing.
I absolutely LOVED The Crown on Netflix and this takes me right back to that amazing show and I would very much be interested in seeing this one.