White Christmas (1954)
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Here are some of the standouts performances that moved us over the past four seasons:
Hayley Atwell, “Be Right Back”
For this unusual sci-fi romance to work, Martha has to be
It’s an ingenious way to give back to devoted viewers at the same time inspiring repeat viewings to catch all the references or experience the original episodes in a new way. As IndieWire’s Steve Greene noted, the season finale of Season 4, “Black Museum,” feels like a fitting end to the entire series, partly because of its narrative structure, but also because of its many nods to past episodes within the confines of the museum.
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It took nineteen episodes, but “Black Mirror” finally got its Willy Wonka. A warped purveyor of the technological curiosities of the past, Rolo Haynes isn’t just the narrator of “Black Museum,” he’s the pinnacle of the best and most frustrating aspects of the series, all at once. As the engine behind the sixth and final episode of “Black Mirror” Season 4, Haynes is the arbiter of philosophical quandaries and the physical link between a number of the series’ past installments.
Only this man didn’t live happily ever after once he suddenly got everything he wanted. Watching his demise and the building inferno as our heroine Nish (Letitia Wright) drives away to the soaring sounds of Dionne Warwick, there’s the overwhelming feeling that this is the logical ending point of the series, letting the past die while looking into the future.
No matter where you stand on the argument, it is officially over once and for all. Die Hard is 100% a Christmas movie. Like it. Or not. This burning question can now be put to bed, as fans continue to debate whether or not Gremlins and Iron Man 3 are also Christmas movies.
Steven E. de Souza co-wrote the Die Hard script with Jeb Stuart way back in 1987. The film was released in the summer of 1988 and it was an instant smash hit. Though arriving in the middle of July, the story is set on Christmas Eve,
Originally shown on Nov. 27, the special features the big band sound of a 25-piece orchestra, but new host Reba McEntire still manages to keep the vibe country with a strong roster of the genre’s superstars and up-and-comers.
Gone are the Broadway-style dance numbers and quirky cameos (see: Miss Piggy, circa 2011) of the previous seven shows,
On Saturday, McPhee, 33, and Foster, 68 — who were spotted locking lips in November but have yet to officially confirm their romance — shared the stage at Academy Award-winning singer-songwriter Carole Bayer Sager and her husband Bob Daly’s holiday party.
Kim Kardashian West — who documented the party on her Instagram story — shared a video of the musicians performing “White Christmas” alongside producer and singer Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star also shared a video from McPhee and Foster’s rendition of “Grown Up Christmas List,” in which
The spirit of Christmas is alive and well at The Hi-Pointe Theater here in St. Louis. It”S A Wonderful Life played last weekend to a nearly-sold out crowd – and that’s a big theater!
This Saturday, December 16th at 10:00am, head over to the Hi-Pointe for a White Christmas
White Christmas was made in 1954 (exactly 20 years before Black Christmas!) and was directed by Michael Curtiz. Bing Crosby teamed up with madcap funny man Danny Kaye and partnering with those two show biz pros as sisters were Rosemary Clooney and Vera-Ellen. One of the most popular films of 1954, White Christmas opens and closes with the title song, while in between it’s filled with one great musical number after another. Crosby and Kaye play entertainers who went through W.W.II together and decide to host a fundraising
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The No Doubt frontwoman kicked off the show as our perfect present, shimmying to the classic "Jingle Bells" in a candy cane-inspired silver-and-red sequined leotard topped with a red bow.
Not only did "When I Was a Little Girl" make us weep, Stefani's mom also cried when her daughter performed it at the taping of the Christmas special. For the nostalgia-ridden ditty, the mom of three opted for a silver short-sleeved high-low dress with a full tulle skirt.
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The two country crooners surprised their Nashville neighbors on Monday evening by dressing up as carolers and going door-to-door to sing Christmas songs along with their wives Lauren Akins and Hayley Hubbard as well as friends Russell and Kailey Dickerson.
Rhett, 27, and Hubbard, 30, lead the group in belting out lyrics from “Deck the Halls” and “White Christmas” as seen in their Instagram Stories.
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“We’re going to neighbors’ houses and singing Christmas carols!” Rhett said in his brief clips.
“Each man’s life touches so many other lives. When he isn’t around he leaves an awful hole, doesn’t he?”
It wasn’t until the 1980s when It’S A Wonderful Life became the perennial holiday favorite it’s known as today. The ultimate feel-good classic from director Frank Capra was a box-office disappointment when it was initially released in 1946. Due to a clerical error in 1974, the film went into public domain and was then shown on every low-rent local access channel in varying degrees of quality for years and was released
A is for Alastair Sim. His performance in the 1951 version of A Christmas Carol still remains the definitive portrayal of Ebenezer Scrooge.
B is for Bruce Willis. You can even get Die Hard festive jumpers now – ho-ho-ho.
C is for Channel 5. This lot love to start early with the Yuletide flicks; in fact I’m sure I saw one during August Bank Holiday.
D is for Disney. From Snow White to Frozen, they’ve made family entertainment into an art form, especially at this time of year..
E is for elves. Played by Dudley Moore and Will Ferrell amongst others, they’ve served Santa well over the years.
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