December’s Movies

What did you see this month that you’d recommend?  I admit that I’ve watched way too many Hallmark movies already 🙂

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A blonde-haired man sits behind the wheel. He wears a fleece jacket and a pair of brown driving gloves. Above reads a tagline, "There Are No Clean Getaways". Drive, 2011 (Ryan Gosling, Carey Mulligan, Albert Brooks, Bryan Cranston, Christina Hendricks, Ron Perlman, Oscar Isaac)        Grade B+

One bad decision leads to another.

Knives Out poster.jpeg Knives Out, 2019 (Daniel Craig, Chris Evans, Ana de Amas, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Shannon, Don Johnson, Toni Collette, Lakeith Stanfield, Katherine Langford, Christopher Plummer)     Grade B+

Stylish star-studded who-dun-it.

Klaus poster.jpeg Klaus, 2019 (voices-Jason Swartzman, JK Simmons, Rashida Jones, Will Sasso, Norm MacDonald, Joan Cusack)    Grade B+

Mail Carriers are the true heroes.

I fell asleep during the movie. 😦  (Kathy – sorry it was too funny not to share only because I loved it so much :))

 Nicely done. I even cried.  (Michelle)

New favorite Christmas time movie.  (Heather)

Home alone poster.jpg  Home Alone, 1990 (Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern, Catherine O’Hara, John Heard)     Grade B

A very resourceful 8 year old.

I just don’t believe that’s possible.  (Janet’s Smiles)

We never miss watching yearly.  (Michelle)

So ridiculous, you can’t stop.  (Emily)

His family is the worst!  (Heather)

Drawing of Harold holding various deadly items (left) and Maude on the right Harold and Maude, 1971 (Ruth Gordon, Bud Cort, Vivian Pickles)   Grade B

Love knows no age.

Loved Harold and Maude.  (Lloyd)

14 thoughts on “December’s Movies

  1. scr4pl80 says:

    Good ones. Drive was good. I want to see Knives Out. Parts of Home Alone were funny but I have a problem with the whole leaving the kid behind concept. I just don’t believe that’s possible.

  2. Diane says:

    We saw Richard Jewell which we loved as well as Elf (a favorite repeat), Home Alone 1&2 (repeats fun) and Green Book(repeat) excellent as well.

    We will see Knives Out next week!

  3. Michelle Miller says:

    Home Alone – We never miss watching yearly

    Klaus – Nicely done. I even cried.

    A note on Knives Out. We live in Nashville and ticket prices are astronomical at every theater except for the one AMC Theatre we frequent. Matinees are only a bit over $6. Well, they decided not to play Knives Out for some reason. A movie I couldn’t wait to see! I didn’t go see it anywhere else because 1) the prices 2) I hate reserved seating and 3) I HATE those recliners! If I want to fall asleep while watching a movie (which is pretty much inevitable if you get THAT comfortable watching a movie), I’ll do it at home. Anyway, I still haven’t seen it. Waiting now for DVD or streaming. Sorry for the rant. lol Just don’t understand my theater’s reasoning. I even complained, for all the good it will do in the future.

    • stacybuckeye says:

      I love the recliners, but hate that you have to reserve them in advance. The recliners have enabled up to take Gage to the movies more, which is a plus! Sounds like your fave theater lost out on a lot of money.
      I was pleasantly surprised how much I loved Klaus.

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