Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ghostworld, Dec 25, 2017.
Last night I watched The Ice Harvest. John Cusack is the sh*%.
I plan on watching the 1951 Alastair Sim "Scrooge, then "Magical Mystery Tour"
Hobo With A Shotgun. A holiday favorite around here!
Now that it's Xmas Day I'm watching the 1951 version of "A Christmas Carol." If I had a damn 3D tv, then I'd watch Zemeck's 3D version.
Wife's been watching those silly xmas B movies on the Women's Network.
As always around here Christmas Eve. Sim is THE Scrooge.
Today, no movies. Time for quiet. But in the weeks leading up, Christmas In Connecticut, The Bishop's Wife, and The Man Who Came To Dinner.
Every Thing Will Be Fine.
Not exactly Christmas material.
Alastair Sim A Christmas Carol has been released on Bluray 3 times in the US ...anyone know what the best version is? best transfer?
a hallmark 4 pack...
I got the blu-ray of DUNKIRK from a thoughtful friend.
Christmas Eve. We have watched this every Christmas Eve since it first aired in 1984.
Christmas Day. Watched it three times today.
'Annie' is on and I'm watching it. I can't believe this came out 35 years ago!
A Christmas Carol  "Alistair Sim"
I watched christmas vacation the other day (1989)
On Christmas Eve I watched ITS A WONDERFUL LIFE (1946) and on christmas I watched CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS (1965)
I meant to watch MIRACLE ON 34th STREET ALSO (1947) I didnt make it.... Might watch it today or tommorow....
The most recent Remastered  Blu-ray w/ cover art I have seen, great review from DVDBeaver site.
QUOTE="Michael, post: 17783590, member: 186"]Alastair Sim A Christmas Carol has been released on Bluray 3 times in the US ...anyone know what the best version is? best transfer?[/QUOTE]
Christmas night - The Nativity and then Home Alone 2.
We watched Christmas Vacation yesterday, between opening presents and having dinner.
It's a family favorite.
Watched Christmas Story on and off, and then watched Office Christmas Party (meh).
Life of Brian
I saw this a few times this year (one of the few recent Christmas movies in rotation on cable). I had very low expectations, but I thought it had a few really good moments. Much better than the last few raunchy holiday themed movies of the last few years. I doubt it will become annual viewing though.
200 Cigarettes (1999)
Watched this Christmas eve. The Charles' sure knew how to celebrate!
We watched The Grinch Who Stole Christmas the original version not the Jim Carrey movie and Krampus 2015 movie with Adam Scott and Toni Collette
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