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The wait is over – It’s Christmas!
Need some ideas for movie-watching over the next few days?
Some of the best loved, as well as the not-so-traditional holiday films, are available on Netflix – Trading Places, While You Were Sleeping, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Scrooged, Bad Santa, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Christmas With The Kranks, The Bells Of St. Mary, Ernest Saves Christmas, Love Actually and White Christmas.
And for the younglings – Mickey’s Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mickey Mouse, Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas, The Search for Santa Paws, Curious George: A Very Monkey Christmas, Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year, Kung Fu Panda: Holiday, DreamWorks Happy Holidays from Madagascar and Santa Buddies.
Grab a cuppa egg nog, a plate of sugar cookies and check out our lineup of the Top 20 Non-Traditional Christmas Movies Here.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from everyone here at Wamg! »
- Movie Geeks
During the holidays, all we really want to do is make some hot cocoa and navigate to Netflix. A ton of great movies arrived in December, and there are already some holiday classics available for streaming. We've gone ahead and rounded up the best of Netflix's Christmas-themed movies for your viewing pleasure. Whether you're looking for nostalgia, animation, or something slightly spooky, take a look at what Netflix has to offer! Love Actually Source: Universal Pictures Does it get any more heartwarming than Love Actually? The holiday film starring Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, and a handful of intertwining love stories is fantastically perfect for the season. Watch it now! Scrooged Source: Paramount Pictures This Bill Murray comedy is a favorite of curmudgeons and holiday-lovers alike. Watch him as he takes on the role of Frank Cross, a cold-hearted TV executive who learns the meaning of Christmas in the take »
Since the turn of the new millennium, the world has been given the gift of some truly remarkable films. Unfortunately, this hasn't necessarily extend into the realm of holiday movies. Miracle on 34th Street, It's a Wonderful Life, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation - they all came out before the year 2000, and only a handful of classics have been released that could rival their status as seasonal staples.
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We're looking back at the past 14 years to see which movies are worth a watch and which should be avoided at all costs. To remain objective, these rankings are based on a average of the films' Rotten Tomatoes score, their IMDb rating and their Metacritic scores. So this list of the five best and five worst Christmas movies is truly definitive.
With the dog days of summer finally upon us, it's good to find an excuse (any excuse) to dip out of the heat and into a coolly air-conditioned living room. And what better way to spend your time than by watching things on Netflix? Behold, a list of things that are new to Netflix in July.
There are a bunch of new Christmas movies on the streaming service, part of the company's "Christmas in July" program (things like "Bad Santa" and "The Nightmare Before Christmas"), as well as a handful of Disney classics (like "Tarzan" and "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids"). There are also, as always, newer films that you might have missed, but don't have to anymore -- everything from Paul Thomas Anderson's "The Master" (starring the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman) to this year's "Wolf Creek 2," a high-octane Australian thriller that seriously doesn't disappoint.
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- Drew Taylor
Has it actually been ten years already since we have been engaged in the realm of films dating back to 2004? A decade is certainly a long period of time to build our appreciation for cinema up until this critical point in 2014. In looking back at 2004, one can recall fondly some of the more desirable releases to come out at that time. For instance, the superb Million Dollar Baby was the Academy Award-winning film for 2004. Even the comedies that were released that year gave movie audiences cause to rejoice with such ditties as the sleeper indie hit Napoleon Dynamite and well as mainstream laughers in Mean Girls and Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgandy.
Unfortunately for every gem there is a dud and then some. And 2004 had its share to say the least. So how about getting nostalgic and recalling some of the notable misses that were heaped on misled moviegoers »
- Frank Ochieng
News Simon Brew 3 Apr 2014 - 07:06
That said, several of his books seem suddenly destined for the big screen again. A movie take on The Testament is apparently in the hands of director Stuart Blumberg (Thanks For Sharing), although we can't find anything concrete on that at the moment. Furthermore, The Racketeer had been linked with Safe House director Daniel Espinosa, and rumours persist of a film of The Partner.
6 items from 2014
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