Monday, December 1, 2014

Watch | Read | Listen {December 2014}

Happy December! The last month of the year always means there's an amazing movie selection! I kind of feel like I should be living at the movie theater this month. In November I saw Big Hero 6 and Mockingjay and absolutely loved both of them. Did you see Mockingjay? What did you think of it? This month I'll definitely be seeing The Hobbit, Annie, and Into the Woods. What about you?


Reese Witherspoon brings Cheryl Strayed's adventure to life by playing a heroin addict that destroyed her marriage. Strayed makes the rash decision to hike more than a thousand miles on the Pacific Crest Trail on her own with no experience. She goes on an incredible journey of hardships and self-discovery. (Watch the trailer.) (December 5)

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The final installment of the Hobbit trilogy arrives! Bilbo's (Martin Freeman) journey takes him to the Lonely Mountain where he must make a dangerous choice alongside the dwarves, elves, and men as Smaug the dragon rains fire down upon them and evil rises up. (Watch the trailer.) Definitely seeing this! (December 17)

Annie (Quvenzhane Wallis), the happy and young foster kid who lives with foster mom Miss Hannigan (Cameron Diaz), is tough enough to make her way on the streets of New York in 2014. Everything changes for her when mayoral candidate Will Stacks (Jamie Foxx) takes her in as a campaign move, but her sunny outlook begins to change things. (Watch the trailer.) I want to see this so badly! (December 19)

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Night guard Larry (Ben Stiller) takes an epic journey around the world to figure out why the magical powers of the Tablet of Ahkmenrah is dying out and to save it before it's gone forever. Also starring Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, Steve Coogan, Patrick Gallagher, Ben Kingsley, and Rebel Wilson. (Watch the trailer.) (December 19)

Into the Woods
It all begins with a family and the witch who tells them what they must do in order to reverse their curse. This humorous and musical movie interweaves the original tale of this family with that of Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk, and Rapunzel. (Watch the trailer.) This looks fantastic! (December 25)

Angelina Jolie brings to life the epic and harrowing tale of Olympian and war hero Louis Zamperini (Jack O'Connell), who survived in a raft for 47 days after a near-fatal plane crash in WWII only to become a prisoner of war in Japan. This is a true story of what it takes to survive. (Watch the trailer.) (December 25)

Other movies:
  • Dying of the Light (Dec. 5)
  • Life Partners (Dec. 5)
  • She's Beautiful When She's Angry (Dec. 5)
  • The Captive (Dec. 12)
  • Exodus: Gods and Kings (Dec. 12)
  • The Color of Time (Dec. 12)
  • The Gambler (Dec. 19)
  • Mr. Turner (Dec. 19)
  • Song of the Sea (Dec. 19)
  • American Sniper (Dec. 25)
  • The Interview (Dec. 25)

Books & Music -- Dec. 2014
  • The Boston Girl by Anita Diamant -- In the early 1900s, Addie Baum is the daughter to immigrant parents. Addie's life in America means short skirts, movies, and opportunities she never thought of before -- going to college. (December 9)
  • Moriarty by Anthony Horowitz -- Days after Holmes and Moriarty's struggle at the Reichenback Falls and fall into the waterfall, Moriarty's death has left a vacancy in the criminal underworld and there's no shortage of people who would like to take his place. Frederick Chase, a detective at Pinkerton Detective Agency, in search of one particular criminal mastermind. (December 9)
  • Clean Slate: A Cookbook and Guide by Editors of Martha Stewart Living -- This cookbook focuses on eating clean, whole, unprocessed foods and these delicious and healthy recipes will help you do just that. (December 16)
  • We Should Hang Out Sometime by Josh Sunquist -- A true and hilarious story about what happens when a guy tracks down all of the girls he tried to date since middle school and asks: What went wrong? (December 23)
  • Make It Happen: Surrender Your Fear. Take The Leap. Live On Purpose. by Lara Casey -- The story of how one woman chose to make "it"-- her purpose in life -- happen, and how you can too. (December 30)
She & Him's Classics (Dec. 2) | Smashing Pumpkins' Monuments to an Elegy (Dec. 9)
Charlie XCX's Sucker (Dec. 15)

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  1. OMG so many amazing movies are coming out, i wish they release Cinderella , a night at museum, annie and wild soon in india

    Keep in touch

  2. Great post.I love Anne!

  3. I'm so excited to see The Hobbit!

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  4. I wasn't too huge of a fan of Mockingjay, but I am so flipping excited for The Hobbit!! Also, Into the Woods. They're going to be so good. Moriarty also sounds like a rather interesting read!

    Sara // Dear Skim

  5. Oh, you know for sure that I normally don't watch TV or films, but now I want to see this Annie film! Thanks for sharing and happy new week :)

    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena

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  6. Kacie's KlosetDecember 1, 2014 at 4:59 PM

    I feel like I need to live at the movies too! I really want to see Mockingjay! I saw Big Hero 6 and loved it! It is so cute!

  7. I really want to see Annie and Night at the Museum, but Ben won't go with me to either :( I need to kidnap a little kid so I have an excuse to go! hehe :)

  8. I really want to see Night at the Museum! So fun!


  9. I saw Big Hero 6 too! Did you get the Baymax pin?? & the Hanging Tree song has been stuck in my mind for the past week since I saw it last week! >< I also saw Interstellar which is a pretty amazing movie. Yeah..I was basically at the movies every week haha and I am DEFINITELY watching the hobbit, no doubt about it. Already looking to prebuy tickets :X

    & DON'T EVEN JOKE ABOUT A HOLMES RELATED BOOK. I read through all of the Sherlock in a day, almost as fast as I did through any Jane Austen book >< I will need to stop by B&N to check out that book now! Thanks for the tip :)


  10. I'm excited for Into the Woods! And I love the poster you have for it... it's a little spooky with the fog moving lol


  11. I'm seeing The Hobbit, Annie, and Into the Woods! I'm SUPER excited for Into the Woods & the Hobbit! I'll also be listening to She & Him Classics, I'm so happy it came out today <3

  12. Ahhhh I want to see Into the Woods sooooo badly - its a great musical and with so many fabulous actors I bet it will be amazing! As far as Annie goes, the classic Annie is the only one for me - modernization is annoying!! Leave the classics aloooonnneeeee!! Wild looks far too intense for meeee but good anyway if ya wanna see into the woods, you know who to call!

  13. We're definitely seeing the movie together!!! Yay! So excited!

  14. Glad you're just as excited about these movies as I am!

  15. I love that poster too! Definitely spooky in a good way!

  16. I want a Baymax pin!! Big Hero 6 was so fantastic that I want to get it on DVD when it comes out! I had the Hanging Tree song stuck in my head after watching the movie too! :)

  17. Don't lure children with candy. I hear that's frowned upon. :)

  18. Sleepover at the movie theater! :)

  19. I hope so too! Because these movies look good!

  20. Nice! If you want, I can send you one of my *ahem* few Baymax pins. I may or may not have gone back a few times as different Yvonnes hahah (with a moustache, with a cane, with a limp, oh my! jk about the cane loll

  21. I love that you have several Baymax pins! I would absolutely love one! Hehe! Thanks! :)


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